Mission Statement: Guided by the Holy Spirit, we share God's love through Christ's example.
Welcome Statement: First United Methodist Church, Westfield is committed to welcoming and affirming all people into the life of our church community. We celebrate people of all races, ethnicities, places of origin, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, relationship statuses, abilities, and socioeconomic situations. All people are welcome to participate fully in the life of our faith community. We are blessed and strengthened by the rich diversity of our life experiences and celebrate and affirm this diversity that our differences bring. At First United Methodist Church all children of God are safe, welcome, and affirmed, including people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
We're so glad you're checking us out! At First United Methodist Church we strive to provide a welcoming and safe space of worship for all who come through our doors.
Our Sunday worship service begins at 10am. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are worshiping both virtually on our Facebook page and with limited in-person attendance.
Our address is 16 Court Street, Westfield, MA 01085. We're located on the corner of Court St. and Holland Ave., across from the Westfield Public Library. Our parking lot is accessible from Broad St.
While there is some convenient street parking along Court St. and Holland Ave, we invite you to park in our parking lot, which is accessible from Broad St. During the week, we share the lot with the dentist office next door, but on Sundays you're free to use the whole lot!
Our building is fully accessible. If you need any special accommodations, please let our ushers know so that we can
make sure your visit is comfortable!
During the program year, September - June, we offer church school during the Sunday service for our children. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been offering church school both virtually and in-person. After the Children's Time, our kids are invited to their Sunday activities.
We understand that visiting can be a little scary sometimes, so kids are always welcome to remain in the service with their parents. For visitors with infants, we also provide nursery care.