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Stewart Memorial United Methodist Church is a loving, caring community of faith working to become a beacon on Main Street for everyone who desires to find a relationship in and with Jesus Christ.

We are a small congregation but we are very much alive in God's spirit! Our Worship Services are Biblically based! The sermons are inspired by the Scriptures. We sing the great hymns of the Church. Visitors are expected

We seek to minister to all ages. A newcomer to our church is only a stranger for the moment, and from that time on is treated like family.

Our Worship services are celebrated at 10 A.M. each Sunday and on special times related to the great Christian Festivals. We are currently re-organizing our Christian Education program to make improvements that will relate in the best caring way for children. Youth and adult programs will follow.

If you have difficulty climbing stairs, you'll be glad to hear that we offer access by way of an elevator lift!

We are Christians with open hearts, open minds, and open doors. You will be warmly welcomed when you come among us!

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Witnesses recall birth of The United Methodist Church

They were in Dallas, 50 years ago, as a new denomination formed from the Methodist Church and Evangelical United Brethren Church.

Voices of the Methodist Central Jurisdiction

The Central Jurisdiction was a racially segregated body of the Methodist Church from 1939-1968. In this audio slideshow, former members of the jurisdiction discuss its history.

Religion and Race celebrates 50 years

Formed as a commission to monitor the church’s integration efforts, the United Methodist Commission on Religion and Race has expanded its inclusion advocacy worldwide.

Timeline of The United Methodist Church

Highlights of notable events and actions of the church from 1968 to 2018.

50 years on, Central Jurisdiction’s shadow looms

The union that created The United Methodist Church also abolished its racially segregated institution. That history is a reminder that the church still struggles with race relations.