We are glad that you found us here on the web, and would love to have you join us on Sunday mornings for worship at 9:00 am and 11:15 am. It is our belief that you will find at Seabrook United Methodist Church, a group of people called together for the express purpose of knowing and making known the God who lights our world. When you come to visit you will discover that we have just finished a major expansion of our church campus, to help us welcome people, connect them with one another, and disciple them in the Christian faith.
At Seabrook UMC, we believe that God longs to speak a word that has the power to forever change your life every time we come together. It may be in a worship service, a Bible study, a small group gathering or a fellowship dinner that we hear God’s message of hope proclaimed in both bold and subtle ways. Everything we do at Seabrook UMC is designed to help people move to a place in their life where they will be receptive to that fresh word from God.
However we don’t stop there. Our purpose as the church is to lead people of all ages to a new understanding of vital compassionate service. We cannot do the spiritual work for you, but we consider it our privilege to put in place activities, programs, services, and experiences that will help you receive the word of God and discover how it uniquely applies to your life.
Take a look around our website; we hope that you will find answers to your questions about Seabrook UMC. And if you would like to know more about what it means to be a Christian in today’s world we hope you will join us for worship or stop by for a visit. We would love to help you find your way into a new life that is filled with hope and promise and grace.
We look forward to meeting you.
Grace and Peace,
Sr. Pastor, Seabrook United Methodist Church
Our church is located at 3300 Lakeside Drive. However, our location continues to confound some GPSs and computer map programs. Also, Lakeside Drive now extends south to Repsdorph Road. Please click this link for a map that includes the "Repsdorph Roundabout".
Nursery care is available for infants through 3 years old during both worship services and Sunday School.
Our church has a grief support group for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. Meetings are held on Monday at 7 P.M. Our next series of sessions begins June1. Please feel free to share this information with others who may be struggling at this time of year. For information call the church office: 281-326-1970