Upcoming Events

We organize events around our surrounding community. We are always trying to benefit our community through fundraisers, get-togethers, and community outreach programs. Check below for a list of upcoming events. Come back often as our list is updated regularly.


Soup Kitchen

Once again, we will be hosting at the
Wayne Wright Community
United Church of Christ
First Congregational Church
98 Superior Blvd. Wyandotte, MI 48192 

on  September 16. 

This is a ministry where we serve those who are hungry, providing nourishment for body and soul. Last time we served a hot meal of baked ham, scalloped potatoes, green  bean casserole, salad, and cake. We also provided sack lunches for folks to take with them. We are looking for servant leaders to cook the food, give their time, assist with preparing sack lunches, and share the love of Christ with folks at the soup kitchen. Preparation begins at 9:30am and lunch ends at 1pm.

 If you would like to participate in this
ministry, you can call the church office
(734) 676-2066 or sign-up in the Lounge.


5th Annual Michigan UMC Baseball NightAnchor

Renaissance in the D 2017 –
Friday Night at Comerica

Hosted by Detroit Renaissance District, the 5th Annual Renaissance in the D is the Michigan United Methodist Night of fun and baseball at Comerica Park.  Join us in what has again become a tradition in our state.  Tradition, excitement, and fellowship all in one evening.  What better than a prime summer night at a Detroit Tiger game, with Michigan United Methodist Bishop David Bard, and fireworks after the game.  Be a part of the 5th Annual - Renaissance in the D.  This year, per requests, tickets are Lower Deck, Right Field.

GAME DATE: FRIDAY, Sep 15, Game 7:10 PM
(Chicago White Sox v Tigers) – Come Early
Come early for pre-game festivities with Mi Area UMC, Bishop David Bard.  Conclude the night with post-game fireworks (weather permitting)

RESERVATIONS/CONTACT:  Checks payable to Detroit Renaissance District UMC. Please send to Don Archambeau, 28270 Elmira St, Livonia, MI 48150, (734) 422-2227

Ticket price is $40.00

2017 Renaissance in the D – Sep 15Ticket Order Form

Church, or ¨ Individuals Name_________________

Send Tickets to: ________________________________                                                  ________________________________                                                                          
 Contact Email:______________________________

# Tickets______________________________________       

Check Sent $ __________________________________             

(Your phone) __________________________________

*price of tickets may fluctuate closer to game date under MLB dynamic pricing policy

Adult Bible Study
We gather Tuesdays from 1- 2 p.m. or so  to study the scriptures together with Pastor Heidi. We read sections of the scriptures and then discuss them, so there is no homework, and you can jump in and join us anytime. So just bring your Bible and join us in the meeting room for this study.
We will be studying 2Timothy.

No Bible Study on August 15th and 22nd 

All are welcome!


Sunday Discussion Group

We gather after worship to look at the scriptures from worship that week to dig deeper into their meaning and how they connect to our lives as disciples. We gather in the meeting room after folks have gotten a chance to grab a few refreshments .

Breakfast & Devotion
If you're looking for a way to start the week with good food, great company and a brief devotion, then come join is at the diner.

The next breakfast will be on, Monday, August 28, 2017
Mom's Diner at 8 am

2017 Detroit Renaissance District
Mission Conference

Saturday, September 9, 2017
8:30 am-3:15 pm

Troy Korean UMC

Our District Superintendent 
Rev. Dr. Charles Boayue, Jr. is requesting that all church leaders attend this district conference, but everyone is invited. There is a sign up sheet in the lounge if you want
to like us to register you,
or you can go online to the address below and register.

For the latest details, please check Website:  http://drd.michiganumc.info/
 Individuals can register directly. You can log in to add, review, and update registrations.



Sunday: 8/20:               
10 am worship & Make a Sundae Sunday

Monday: 8/21:        
7 pm Church Council meeting

Tuesday: 8/22:
No Bible study

Tuesday 8/22-Wednesday 23:          
Pastor Heidi  will be at the School for Pastoral  Ministry in East Lansing

Sunday: 8/27:         
10 am worship

Monday: 8/28:           
8 am Breakfast & devotions at Mom’s Restaurant

Tuesday: 8/29:           
1 pm Bible study-2 Timothy resumes


Sunday: 9/03:                    
10 am worship

Monday: 9/04:                    

Tuesday: 9/05:                    
1 pm Bible study

Thursday: 9/07:                    
7 pm Choir; 8 pm Praise band

Saturday: 9/09:                    
8:30 am-3:15 pm district Mission Conference at the Korean UMC in Troy

Sunday: 9/03:                 
10 am worship

Monday: 9/11:
8 am Breakfast & devotions at Mom’s Restaurant
7 pm Trustees meeting

Saturday October 7th, 2017
SouthWest Detroit

Suggested Donation List
This is a list of food and toiletry items that are needed for our pantries. We are requesting these specific sizes because our clients must be able to carry bags that will not be heavy because they may be walking or taking the bus not all have access to a car, so they are appreciated when possible. Thank you! or you may donate money to Gleaners Food Bank

Food Items 
  • Hearty soups and stews, 11, 16, or 19oz 
  • Canned Meat and pasta, 15oz - ravioli, spaghetti, chicken, salmon, spam, Beans, Canned (16 oz) or Dry (10 oz)
  • Canned fruit, 15oz - pear, fruit cocktail, peach, mandarin oranges 
  • Baby food & formula
  • Nutritional drinks, Ensure or other, 
  • Canned vegetables, 15oz - turnips, collards, green beans, corn, mixed vegetables, carrots, beets, tomatoes
  •  Pasta, rice, and pasta sauce 
  • Baking mixes and supplies
  • Shelf stable or powdered milk
  • Low Sugar Cereal, 15 or 17oz - oatmeal, cream of wheat, grits, Cheerios, cornflakes, raisin bran, special K
  • Peanut Butter, 16oz
  • Jelly, 16oz - plastic container
  • Personal items ,Shaving cream ,Toothpaste, toothbrushes , 
  • Toilet paper and paper towel
  • Small boxes of facial tissue 
  • Shampoo with conditioner, 12-15oz
  • Dish soap, 15oz or less
  • Laundry soap, 50oz or smaller
  • Dryer sheets, 80 or less count box
  • Garbage bags, kitchen size
  • Hand soap, 8-10oz bottle
  • Deodorant
  • Disposable razors for men and women
  • Diapers, all sizes