Worship with us

New Horizon's Praise Service - is held every Sunday morning at 7:45 a.m. in the gym.  The contemporary worship service brings the joy of praising His Name front and center while we join in various types of praise music.  Music selections from Michael W. Smith, Avalon and Casting Crowns to name a few.  This service lets you see a new way of worshiping Him as well as learning what He wants us to do in our lives to make the world we live in a better place.  So please come and join us!!  We understand it is early on a Sunday morning but the new outlook on life you will receive will be well worth your time.

Traditional Service - is held every Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary.  This service is more structured using the more familiar hymns of years past and more formality than the Contemporary service.

Sunday School - Sunday mornings at 9:45 a.m. for all ages.  For information on our Safe Sanctuary Policy you may click on the MSWord or PDF icon that follows.            

Visitors - Below we attempt to answers questions you may have when attending Roseville UMC.

What should I wear?  Be yourself and be comfortable! you will find folks wearing everything from ties to jeans.

What about nursery care?  Nursery care is provided at the 11am service following the children's sermon.

Where should I enter the building?  From the parking lot (at the front of the building), enter through the glass double doors.  The sanctuary is to your left.  To attend the Contemporary Service park around the back of the building and enter through the double doors under the large awning.

How do you serve Holy Communion, and can I partake as a guest?  Communion is served the first Sunday of each month and during other special services.  We serve Holy Communion (the Eucharist) by "intinction".  Each person is given a piece of the bread to dip in the cup, or a piece of bread and a small cup of juice.  Children are welcome to receive Communion or receive a blessing prayer.  Guests are invited to share as well.  In the United Methodist Church we believe that "all who love Him, who repent of their sin, and seek to live in peace with one another" may take communion.