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Upcoming Sermons

Seeking Peace (
Based on The Anatomy of Peace by The Arbinger Institute)
  • October 1 - World Communion Sunday (Philippians 2:1-11)
    * We celebrate communion with Christians across every country and continent but it is the same Eucharist that we share.
  • 8th - Object or Person (Matthew 25-37-40)
  • 15th - The Right Thing, The Right Way (Luke 8:4-8,11-15)
  • 22nd - Turn the Other Cheek (Matthew 5:38-42)
  • 29th - Peace Inside=Peace Outside (Philippians 4:4-9)
  • November 5 - All Saints Sunday
  • November 12, 19 - Stewardship

    Series Title: What’s Mine Is Yours

                    Week 1 - Time and Talents

                    Week 2 - Gifts


  • November 26 - Thanksgiving Sunday - celebrate and be thankful for the resources, gifts and talents offered by us during our stewardship campaign.

                    Week 3 - Gratitude

  • December 3, 10, 17, 24 - Advent and Christmas Eve

          Series Title: Christmas Through the Eyes of a Child

           Advent 1 - Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer  (Hope)

          Advent 2: Frosty the Snowman (Love)

          Advent 3: Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Joy)

          Advent 4: The Grinch (Peace)

Christmas Eve:  A Charlie Brown Christmas (The True Meaning of Christmas

December 31 - New Year's 's Eve (Guest Preacher)

January 7, 2024 - Wesleyan Covenant Service (Guest Preacher)

Bread And Other Stuff

"BREAD AND OTHER STUFF" LUNCH Sunday, October 1st Following the 11 am service.

Join us in Jones Hall on World Communion Sunday for a yummy lunch centered around homemade breads! Ralphie Segar and the Adult Ministries team are putting out a call for recipes! We are on a yearlong path towards creating a cookbook which will be completed during the fall of 2024.

As we begin this project we would like to ask for our first recipes to be submitted on October 1st, 2023 as part of the World Communion Day Festivities. Each person who has a recipe for bread should make their bread for that day for use in communion services and/or the luncheon that will be hosted after the 11:00 service that day in Jones Hall. The breads may come from your past, perhaps even recipes handed down throughout the generations of the members of your family or they might be a newer recipe/tradition you have created recently. Each bread contribution should come with a printed copy of your recipe including your name and any relevant historical information regarding its origin and why this recipe is important to you.

The forms for bread/recipe submissions will be available beginning Sunday, September 17th at the back of the sanctuary and in Jones Hall. Also, for anyone who would like to volunteer with the luncheon which will have a focus on soups, salads, sandwiches, and, of course, bread should contact our chair of the Adult Ministries, Ralphie Segar.

Brick Memorial

Let us take a moment to reflect and pay homage to those we have lost, for their memories hold a special place in our hearts. In honor of their enduring impact, we invite you to dedicate new bricks that will find their rightful place within the tranquil serenity of the Memorial Garden.

Visit our Online Library to download the Memorial Garden Brick Order Form.

Old Stone Coffee House
Nurture Your Soul at the Old Stone Coffee House

The vision of the Coffee House is to be a welcoming and accepting place where people can find nourishment for their souls! Sunday Mornings in Jones Hall from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.

This Month's Musicians

10/1 – Chip Hendrick 

10/8 – Jessica Wachs

10/15 – Larry Smith 

10/22 – Christine Cordone 

10/29 – Shanty Hound 

Recurring Events

  • Happy Hearts Sewing Circle 9:30 am. Gather with others who craft for a purpose. They make our pillows, prayer shawls, and more!
  • Pastor's Bible Study 5:30pm for fellowship and snacks then settle in for 6-7pm Bible Study.
  • Choir Rehearsal at 7:00 pm. Meets in the Choir Room.


  • Men's Group Meets via Zoom on Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 am. This group has been meeting for over 40 years! Men from all over the US gather together for a time of devotion.
  • Caring Cards 10:00 am. This group learns to create greeting cards through paper crafting. Cards are then used to share care with others.
  • Bell Choir Rehearsal at 6:30 pm meets in the Choir Room


  • Old Stone Coffee House, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM in person or join online here.
  • Adult Sunday School, 9:30 AM in the J.O.Y. room.
  • Traditional Worship in person at 11:00 AM or online here.
  • Children's Church during the 11:00 service.
  • Youth Group during the 11:00 service

Pastor's Bible Study

Our weekly Pastor's Bible Study, a cherished gathering held every Wednesday at 6:00 PM on Zoom, is a beacon of spiritual nourishment and community connection within our congregation.

Led by our compassionate and insightful pastor, this virtual gathering offers a sacred space for members to delve into the depths of scripture, share their spiritual insights, and engage in thoughtful discussions. Participants from all walks of life come together to explore the Word of God, finding inspiration, solace, and guidance in its timeless teachings. The Zoom platform seamlessly bridges the physical distance, allowing us to strengthen our bonds of faith and fellowship despite the challenges of our busy lives. This cherished study group is a testament to our commitment to nurturing our spiritual growth and staying connected as a church family, even in the face of adversity. Each week, we look forward to these meaningful exchanges, knowing that they enrich our lives and deepen our relationship with God. Please login and join us.

This Zoom login information will remain the same every week.
Meeting ID: 925 5505 7450
Passcode: 630728

September 27th - Chapters 1-4
October 4th - Chapters 5-7
October 11th - Chapters 8-11
October 18th - No Meeting
October 25th - Chapters 12-14
November 1st - Chapters 15-19
November 8th - Chapters 20-24

**No Bible Study on November 15th or 22nd
**November 29th we will begin a 4 week Advent Study
**No Bible Study December 27th & January 3rd

United Women of Faith

The United Women in Faith at Key West United Methodist Church represent a vibrant and empowering force within our congregation. Comprising women of diverse backgrounds and ages, this dedicated group is united by their unwavering faith and commitment to serving both their church and the wider community. They come together regularly to support one another in their spiritual journeys, fostering deep friendships and a profound sense of sisterhood. Beyond the walls of the church, the United Women in Faith are a dynamic force for positive change, engaging in various outreach programs, charity initiatives, and advocacy efforts. Their passion for making a difference is a testament to their strong faith and the belief that together, they can uplift lives and spread God's love far and wide. Their unwavering dedication inspires all who encounter them and serves as a shining example of faith in action.

Please visit our United Women in Faith web page.

United Methodist Men

Our Purpose: Helping men to grow in Christ so others can know Christ. United Methodist Men shall be a creative, supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spirituality and to seek daily his will.

The United Methodist Men, a vital presence within the Key West United Methodist Church, exemplify strength, purpose, and dedication. This group of men, diverse in backgrounds and ages, unites under a common mission to strengthen their faith and serve their community. They gather regularly for fellowship, prayer, and mutual support, forming deep bonds of camaraderie and brotherhood. Beyond the church walls, the United Methodist Men actively engage in philanthropic endeavors, mentorship programs, and initiatives aimed at making a positive impact. Their commitment to embodying Christian principles in their daily lives is evident in their tireless efforts to uplift and support one another, demonstrating that faith, when lived out in unity, can bring about meaningful change. The United Methodist Men stand as a testament to the transformative power of faith, service, and solidarity.

Study the Scriptures

The congregation at Key West United Methodist Church is a tightly-knit community dedicated to the enriching practice of reading and studying the scriptures together.

Every week, members gather with open hearts and eager minds to delve into the profound teachings of the Bible. Their shared journey through these sacred texts not only deepens their spiritual understanding but also strengthens the bonds of fellowship among them. It is within these moments of collective reflection and interpretation that the wisdom of the scriptures comes alive, providing guidance, comfort, and inspiration to all who participate. In this warm and welcoming environment, the congregation finds solace, inspiration, and a profound sense of unity, reinforcing their commitment to faith and community.

Date with Paint

Hold the fourth Friday of each month for a date with paint!

Come join this fulfilling small group and explore your God-given creativity!
Even if you've never painted before or don't think you have an ounce of artistic talent you will get something out of it from socializing, an impressive snack buffet, and learning something new!

Doors open at 6:30 and we start painting at 7. Call Maj Johnson at 305-587-8455 to sign up. "We promise you will have fun!"

Bell Ringers

The Southernmost Ding Dong Hand Bell Choir and Alter Choir of the Key West United Methodist Church is a unique and harmonious expression of our congregation's musical spirit. Comprised of talented and dedicated members, this ensemble comes together to create enchanting melodies that resonate with the joy and reverence of our faith. Their skillful handling of handbells, meticulously choreographed movements, and melodious performances add a special layer of spiritual depth to our worship services and community events. Beyond their musical talents, the choir embodies unity, commitment, and a deep appreciation for the art of bell ringing. Their performances not only inspire but also serve as a testament to the beauty of faith-driven collaboration, fostering a sense of togetherness that is both uplifting and awe-inspiring. The Southernmost Ding Dong Hand Bell Choir is an integral part of our church family, and their melodies continue to ring out as a cherished symbol of our shared devotion.

The Southernmost Ding Dong Hand Bell Choir is in need of ringers. We rehearse on Thursday evening from 6:30 to 7:30. If you can read music you can ring handbells.

The choir is always looking for singers who would like to join us on Sunday mornings. Rehearsals are from 7 pm - 8 pm on Wednesday evenings. If you are interested call Jim Cutty at 248-249-7341.