What Do We Believe at Williams Memorial United Methodist Church?
Here at Williams Memorial United Methodist Church, in Texarkana, Texas, our goal is simple. We want to be a place where you can experience God’s love, learn more about him, have opportunities to share that love, and to be in fellowship with others. We do that several different ways.
You are welcome here at Williams. On Sunday mornings, in the parlor, we have a fellowship time before and after Sunday School. Our Good Treasures bookstore is a great place to meet with friends, make use of our free wireless internet, or browse through our books and gifts. Our ushers and greeters are here to give you a smile, a bulletin, and find answers to questions you may have.
Passionate worship is given to God at Williams. We offer different worship experiences for you to participate. Our Sanctuary services feature a beautiful organ, choir and hymns. Our Xperience Worship has a band, vocalist, and contemporary music, and is a little more relaxed. We also have a service in the chapel at Cornerstone, and a Korean language service held in our chapel. Each of these give you the opportunity to join with one another to connect with the living God through communion, preaching, scripture, baptism and music.
Intentional Faith Development
Grow in your faith here at Williams through Sunday School classes for all ages, and small group bible studies. These meet for specific periods of time, focusing on reading the scripture and applying the Bible to our everyday lives. They provide an opportunity for you to go deeper in your faith and widen your relationships with others.
Risk Taking Mission and Service
You can change the world through Williams. Help provide food for the hungry in our community, mentor school age children, or go on a short term mission trip in our state, nation or around the world.
You can find your generosity through Williams. We support connectional ministries, missionaries in other countries, local schools and families, take up money to feed the hungry in our community, and give to special projects such as “Nothing But Nets” to wipe out malaria in Africa.