TUMC is a Christian community in the Mennonite-Anabaptist “peace church” tradition. We aspire to be a family of faith that welcomes people with diverse backgrounds and stories, worshipping together and supporting one another, while following Christ’s example in working for peace and justice in our urban context.
Sundays at 10 am (for the summer; 11am beginning Sept. 12)
Beginning this week, June 27, please join us at 10:00 am, using the new Zoom link found in the e-mail announcements, or in the Order of Service. (Or contact Mikebefore 12 noon on Friday June 25).
Our building may be dark, but the Church never closes! We remain the same lively, intergenerational and multicultural community as always, gathering virtually to worship, to share our joys and struggles, and creatively find ways to flourish despite restrictions. We’re excited to be talking about new opportunities and challenges as we look forward to meeting together in person again soon! Meanwhile, we love the new friends we are making and old connections we’re reviving thanks to our online services. You are welcome to join us!
To receive the Zoom link for the worship service, ask by e-mail.
To benefit from spiritual encouragement, community news, and weekly Zoom links, ask to receive TUMC Connects by email. Just send us a quick email with ‘sign me up for TUMC Connects’ in the subject line and let us know a little about how you found us — are you already connected with TUMC, are you friends with someone who is, or are you looking for a church community? (A bit of information helps keep our online gatherings safe and welcoming.)
TUMC invites people of all cultural and ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, gender identities, generations and abilities to full participation and inclusion. We are wheelchair-accessible and offer large-print hymnals and hearing assistance devices. We’re always glad to welcome newcomers. Whether you’re new to the city, visiting or simply curious, please feel free to check us out! For more, click the About Us tab. You can also follow us on Facebook.
A note of acknowledgment: Our congregation meets in territories of the Haudenosaunee, Wyandot and Michi Saugig Nations. As beneficiaries of a violent history of colonization, we recognize our responsibility to uphold treaty relationships and so seek to be guided by Indigenous truth-tellers toward restitution, restoration, and reconciliation. See a longer explanation & glossary here.