Join us for worship online on Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m. by following this link or watching below.

Connection via phone if you don’t have internet:

dial (518) 801-1336 this evening to listen to audio of the service live.
Following worship, we’ll host a virtual coffee hour! Join us here (with or without video) or by calling (301) 715-8592 and entering Meeting ID: 822 5610 0054
*We are beginning the process of reopening after the Covid-19 quarantine. Find information here.
What’s Happening 
Genesee County Habitat for Humanity receives $5K for COVID-19 operations |  News |
Being the Hands and Feet of Jesus: Genesee County Habitat for Humanity works with local churches to help raise money and build homes in our community. Goodrich United Methodist Church supports this wonderful organization.
To find out more information about Genesee County Habitat for Humanity, click here.
Calling All Kids! Do you have a favorite book or author? Hurley Children’s Center is collecting books for toddlers through middle school. Nothing can help heal like a good story. You have an opportunity to help someone heal by sharing your favorite book with someone in the hospital.
We are encouraging young people to raise money for books by helping out at home, gathering pop cans or shoveling snow. Together with your parents, go and select books, remembering to select multicultural books too. We will be collecting books at the church until May 2. If you have any questions, please contact the church office at (810) 636-2444 or email at
Hurley Pediatric Project: We are excited to continue our relationship with Hurley Children’s Center. We are collecting books (ages toddler to middle school), colored pencils, baby hats, stuffed animals, and flannel or yarn blankets. The actual donation will not be made until the end of May.
It’s nice to have a project going in the cold weather and it’s very easy to pick up a book while shopping. We also have some great yarn for your use. If you need help getting yarn, please let us know. Any questions, please call the church office at 810-636-2444 or email us at
Health Kits for Ugly Quilts: We are in need of toothpaste and masks for our health kits to put into the sleeping bags. The masks must be in unopened, original packaging in order for us to use them.
Donations can be dropped off at the church office Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.

The pastor, in consultation with medical professionals in the congregation as well as other area United Methodist Churches, has chosen to stop in-person worship until infection numbers begin to decline.

We are seeing the largest numbers ever at this point. The church’s primary concern is always for the welfare of everyone and especially those most vulnerable among us.

If you have questions, please contact Pastor Joel via email or phone: (810) 636-2444
Are you getting the new weekly Bell Notes eNewsletter? If not, please let us know by calling the church office at (810) 636-2444, sending us an email at or signup for the Newsletter by clicking here.
It is easy to sign up today! Tell a friend!
As we seek to embrace our Core Value of Diversity, consider these opportunities:
  • A diversity reading list is available here.
  • A list of movies that celebrate diversity here.
  • A test of your own hidden biases is here.
As we seek to be a church that confronts racism, consider these resources:
  • Books to read about racism, here.
  • Children’s books to begin a conversation about race, here. 
  • Conversation starter on becoming an ally to people of color, here.
  • Conversation starter on race for the dinner table, here.
  • List of films about the black experience in America, here.

Contact Us:

Email us at:

Office Hours:  9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.



Check us out on Facebook!