Thompson Church on the Square

John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, proclaimed, “The world is my parish.” Ever since, the people called Methodist have committed to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with people all around the world.

In that spirit, faithful Methodists have been praying and working to discern God’s will for a new church rooted in Scripture and the historic and life giving teachings of the Christian faith. Given that those called to this new denomination are from many countries, speak many languages, and yet share one faith, the name “the Global Methodist Church” seemed fully appropriate.

Methodists in Africa, Europe, Eurasia, the Philippines, and the United States have warmly embraced the name. It simultaneously states who we are and who we aspire to be: faithful Christians in the Methodist tradition dedicated to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ with people all around the world.


Sunday mornings 10:00 am

Holy Communion Service held the first Sunday of the month

Kid Care during service is available. Children 5th grade and under can go upstairs following Children's Moment


Children's Christmas Program

& Events

From New Years to Christmas the church is open to many celebrations, events and activities.

4th of July Parade

In recent years many Christian writers have described faith not as a destination but as a journey.  Faith is a trusting relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Certainly Jesus walks with us as we make that journey.  But we also have Christian brothers and sisters who travel with us.  We never walk alone. John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist movement, said he knew of no Christianity but social Christianity. In other words, we are all moving along together. In early Methodism, the camp meeting (a type of revival) and the class meeting (the precursor to our Sunday school classes and small groups) rose from and depended on the mutual love and support Christians had for each other.  This website represents the people of the Thompson Church and the commitment they have made to journey together in faith. All are welcome as we continue to walk with each other, one step at a time growing along the path.

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