Saginaw UMC

About

Our Story

One block, 100 years. Since our founding in 1914, Saginaw United Methodist Church has called the intersection of Greene and Bluebonnet streets home. While we’ve moved buildings over the years, one thing has remained - our dedication to the community of Saginaw. For 100 years, SUMC has been a church focused on growing disciples and serving our city.

We are a community of faith bound together in love and service to God and our neighbor. We understand that in order to live the ways of Jesus we must do so in community. Which is why we come together in corporate worship, small groups, Bible studies and service projects.

We know that every person has a story to tell and every person is seeking purpose and meaning in this world. Which is why we feel it is important to help one another in our unified quest.

We affirm that “In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity”. Which is why we value love, open hearts, compassion, and relationships with all people.

We are faith community that values bringing the legacy of the “saints that have come before us” into our contemporary culture. Which is why we do our best to fuse our history and our future together into our present.

We are a community of sinners and saints, known by God, called by name, animated by the Holy Spirit and in constant pursuit of being disciples of Jesus Christ.