10:00 Sunday Worship Service 

Come worship with us at Leonia United Methodist Church! We worship in the sanctuary at 10 AM. Children of God of all ages are welcome. Come dressed as you would like. (Some of our congregation wear jeans and others come in dresses and hats.) Our service lasts from 60 to 90 minutes and includes prayer, hymns, responsive readings, Scripture readings, a Biblical and relevant sermon, special music from our choir or another instrumental or vocal ensemble, and holy communion.

Please Welcome Hye Jo Yang and Euntaek Kim Our Guest Music Directors

Leonia Church would like thank our Guest Music Directors Hye Jo Yang and Euntaek Kim for leading us in worship during Soyeon Park’s maternity leave (January 7-March 25).

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Worship With Us Live Online!

Did you know that you can join Leonia Church live in worship even when you aren’t able to get to the church building, and even when you aren’t available on Sunday morning? That’s right! Just visit the Leonia Church Facebook page and click on the “Videos” link in the left-hand column or scroll down.

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The 809 Gathering (a new kind of church service)

Wednesdays at 8:09 p.m. 

Come check out our new weekly gatherings starting this October!  These gatherings are relaxed and fun, but also powerful spiritual experiences!

What will you find when you come?

  • Worship leaders and the congregation come dressed casually;
  • Coffee and other refreshments are served before, during and after the service;
  • Come early or stay late and just “hanging out;”
  • Singing is accompanied by guitar, drums, keyboard… typical music you would find anywhere else;
  • The sermon includes time for discussion to help you connect with others and with the “big idea;”

It’s the kind of thing you can invite family, friends and neighbors to!

Serve on Sunday

Sunday morning at Leonia United Methodist Church is a pretty exciting time. It is when the entire congregation, friends, family and visitors get together to worship Jesus and spend time with one another. On any given Sunday morning, several people come together to serve the congregation and make our worship service and other programs happen.

At Leonia Church, we do not have any “volunteers” because in Jesus’ Kingdom, there are no volunteers. At our church, we follow the example of Jesus, our Servant King, who first served us. At Leonia Church, we call the people who serve us on Sunday mornings “Worship Servants.” And, many of us have discovered that the best experience on Sunday morning is serving. Interested?

Opportunities – Read about our Worship Servant positions.
Training – Learn how and when to train for a Worship Servant position.
Scheduling – See how easy our scheduling system is.
Lead Worship Servants – They are here to serve our Worship Servants!

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