We are glad you are interested in visiting us at Harmony United Methodist Church. You are warmly invited to come and worship with us and experience God’s grace through our time together. Our mission is to show God’s love to each other, the community, and the world.
We recognize that people look for God and Christian community in many ways, and each of our weekly worship services has a unique character. We also offer children’s church during the 10:00 AM service, Sunday School at 9:00 AM, and a youth group gathering two Sundays a month. We value our relationship to the communities of northern Berkeley County, West Virginia and southern Washington County, Maryland and our opportunities to minister in these neighborhoods of God’s creation.
Whether you visit in person or online, we hope you discover something here to encourage you in your spiritual journey. We look forward to meeting you and sharing our Christian journey as servants and disciples of Jesus Christ.
Christmas Basket Ministry - Season of Grateful Offerings
Wow!! Amazing!! The food supplies for our Christmas baskets were full! The toys were gathered and wrapped! All this bounty was delivered!! Let us continue to pray for better days ahead for all the families.
Thanks be to God and to all who made this ministry possible.
The Upper Room ministries has assembled informative and spiritually engaging resources on anti-racism: https://www.upperroom.org/resources/the-spiritual-work-of-overcoming-racism and Covid-19: https://www.upperroom.org/covid-19/?path=notice
The National Council of Churches has prepared resources to address and confront the evil, oppression, and injustice of racism and white supremacy at these websites: National Council of Churches Statement and National Council of Churches Resources
The prophet Micah put our spiritual task this way: what is good, and what does the Lord require of you - but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God! (Micah 6:8, NRSV)
Message from Bishop Easterling on the Events of January 6, 2021:
Bishop's Message on January 6
We must all take the time to pray and repent of the event of January 6, to pray and repent of our own sin, and to pray and repent of the sins of the nation. We must work tirelessly to overcome the hatred that has resulted in the events of January 6. Repent, empty yourselves of all selfishness and hatred and vengeance, and then go out to love your neighbor.