Milford United Methodist Church 

1200 Atlantic Street, Milford, MI  48381


Please take a look around and we hope that you find MUMC a warm and inviting place to call home. If you need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope to see you soon.

"God’s grace is sufficient for you, 
God’s power is made perfect in our weakness."  

--II Corinthians 12:8


Worship Services

Regular Schedule
Sunday Morning Worship Schedule 
 *10:00 a.m. - Worship 
 *11:15 a.m. - Sunday School classes for Children, Youth and Adult (Sept. - May)
11:15 a.m. - Fellowship time (coffee & snacks) in the Fellowship Hall
*Child Care and Nursery Care available from 9:15am - 11:45 am

3rd Saturday Worship
New monthly worship experience on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 5:00pm in Fellowship Hall. 
Please join us, and come as you are!
 Additional Service Details
    • Children's Message
           - During the 10:00am Sunday Worship Service, Pastor Doug McMunn will call all the children up to the altar for the Children's Message. This message mirrors the message that will be presented later in the service for the adults, but will be delivered in a manner in which children can understand and relate to. A unique experience for children to hear the Lord's message. After the Children's Message, the children may be dismissed to Children's Church or may return to the pews with their families.
    • Children's Church
           - During the 10:00am Sunday Worship Service, Children's Church services will be available to those families that would like to use it.
    • Sharing of Joys/Concerns are always a welcome part of each Sunday Service. Please inform an usher,greeter or the pastor if you would like to make a private request.
    • Baptism - The Sacrament of Baptism in the United Methodist Church is available freely to all people of the congregation and community, infants, children and adults alike. It symbolizes our entrance into the Christian family and is an indication that we believe in the grace of God. In response to God's grace, we bind ourselves to him by promising to be faithful, or when infants and children are baptized, parents covenant to nurture a child within the Christian faith. The congregation always pledges their love and support of the Baptism. 

      If you are interested in a Baptism, please do not hesitate to
      contact us.
  • The Sacrament of Holy Communion is usually offered on the first Sunday of each month.

         Holy Communion, also called the Eucharist, the Last Supper, and the Lord'sTable, is the remembering and re-enactment of the last meal of Jesus with his disciples in the upper room. In the bread and wine Christ is present to cleanse us of sin, create us anew, draw us into the fellowship of the church, and strengthen us for the life of service. Wanting to commend abstinence from alcohol as an appropriate witness of faith and to support those in recovery, MUMC uses grape juice, rather than wine.

         The Sacrament of Holy Communion in the United Methodist Church is open to all people, regardless of church membership or affiliation. Children are always welcome to participate, under the guidance and direction of their parents. Our pastor & designated assistants always administer the sacrament.

    Persons receiving communion have a choice when receiving their piece of bread to either receive a personal cup serving of grape juice or intinction (dipping the bread in a cup of wine). Worshippers are asked to come forward by ushers; where they are then served. Worshippers may take a moment for private reflection at the altar before returning to the pews.
For a Sample of how a Worship Service is run, please click this LINK