Gray United Methodist
Located in Gray, Georgia
For the gospel.
For the city.
We worship in multiple ways at Gray United Methodist church in Gray, Georgia.
We would love for you to check out any service of ours that best helps you meet God.
In light of the CDC's newest recommendations, we are currently offering two on campus services for Sunday morning worship. Both services will be the same regarding music and message. Children's Worship will be provided at both services during the sermon.
At 9:00 am we offer an indoor service with masked congregational singing (masks only required while we sing.).
At 11:00 am, we offer an indoor service with masked congregational singing (masks only required while we sing.)
Online Option: For those who prefer to worship from home, we will still continue to stream all our services on Sunday mornings at 11:00 am to our YouTube Channel. Please click on the icon below to go to be redirected to our YouTube channel.
We are excited to start gathering together again in small groups on Sunday morning. We have Sunday school classes for our children, youth, and adults. Classes meet from 10:00-10:45 am. To minimize risk, masks are strongly encouraged.
We offer children's church for kids 3 years old to 5th grade at both our 9 am and 11am service.
Children will need to check in at our check in station before going to the nursery or class. The check in station is located next to conference room one. If you need help finding the check in station, one of our staff will be happy to help you!
We offer nursery care for children 2 and under. Our nursery opens at 8:45 and is available for both services and for Sunday school. The nursery is located on the main floor in the Folds building. Our hospitality team is happy to guide you.
Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you and your family during this time!
2 Peter: When the World has Changed
This letter was written during a season of rapid change for the early Church. Roman emperors who actively persecuted Christians were in power. And the Apostles--the last physical link to Jesus--were all but gone. This created the perfect environment for false teachers to emerge who attempted to alter the apostles' teachings so that Christianity wouldn't be so at-odds with culture. When these false teachers challenge the teaching of the apostles, Peter doesn't refer to a book of doctrine to make his case. Instead, Peter takes us directly to the person of Jesus