Welcome to Our Website
Welcome to our church’s website. It’s an entryway into our church’s worship, missions, education, and small group programs. And we’d love to have you at one of our services. Sunday Worship at 10:00am Fellowship Time at 11:15am. If you have any questions, call us at 734-721-4801 or use our Contact page to send us an email.

New Members Guide
At Wayne First United Methodist Church, our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. Our goal is to infuse life and God’s love into people and families through engaging, powerful worship services that offer biblical truth in relevant and practical ways. Read the New Member Guide

Read Our Church Newsletter
Read our church newsletter, the Lantern for monthly and seasonal events, and to find out what is really going on in our church.

 All About Our Church
 Click on the link to About Us page to find out a little on our history, our pastor, and what we believe.

Ministries & Outreach
Our church is an important part of the community and that’s where we aim our ministries and outreach. Whether it’s sponsoring support groups, feeding the hungry, or helping the disadvantaged, we try to do our part.

We Are Easy to Find
We are right in the middle of downtown Wayne, directly across from the Wayne U.S. Post Office branch. Check out the map for directions.

img_0767Little Free Library

Located on the church lawn, the Little Free Library was built by Paul Cook at the request of the United Methodist Women.

Inside you will find encouraging Christian materials and adult and children’s books. You may take a book or leave a book. A bench was installed near the Little Free Library for your comfort and convenience.

Come and sit a while and enjoy a free book and a little break from the day.

(You can find the Little Free Library and the bench across from the Post Office parking lot)

 

 

img_0772 The Peace Pole

The Peace Pole sits in the fenced garden outside the church office on the north side of the building. “Make peace prevail upon the Earth” is etched on the Peace Pole in English, Spanish, and Korean. “May peace be in our homes” Is on the other side.”