May the Grace of God be Shine on Us All

About Page Memorial United Methodist Church


The church is not a building,
The church is not a steeple,
The church is not a resting place,
The church is a people.1

Aberdeen, North Carolina

The People of Page are the Church.
We are followers of Jesus Christ and the words found in the Holy Bible. We also are influenced by John Wesley, a English cleric, theologian, and evangelist who was a leader of a revival movement within the Church of England known as Methodism1.
Our faith does not mean we are perfect, but it means we try to be a little bit better every day.
Our faith does not mean we walk above others, but it means we try to walk with others, both members of the church and those in our community. We strive to help those less fortunate and those who are looking for something more than the life of the mundane.
Our faith means we do not live alone; but share our life with each other. We are a community of people who love and care for each other.
We look after each other when we are sick, and we laugh with each other when we are happy.
We share our meals, and we share our stories.
We follow the children as they grow up, and we follow the caskets to the grave.
The People of Page are the Church, and we welcome you.

Sunday School
Join us for small group sessions to discuss our faith and share our lives. There are different groups divided by age and interest. Nursery service is provided for our youngest members, and children's groups allow parents to share time with other adults.
Sunday School starts at 9:40 every Sunday in the Fellowship Building and the Children's Building.
Sunday Worship
Join us for our formal worship service every Sunday at 11:00.
We all come together for worship as a group and share in the holy sacraments of baptism and communion.
Nursery service is provided for our youngest members, and children are invited to Children's Church midway through the service to allow parents to worship freely.
United Methodist Men
The General Commission on United Methodist Men (UMMen) involves men in a growing relationship to Jesus Christ and his church and provides resources and support for programs of evangelism, stewardship and the needs of men.
The men of Page United Methodist Church come together monthly and share a breakfast and discuss community topics and explore local issues.
United Women of Faith
United Women in Faith seeks to improve the lives of women, children and youth in the United States and internationally. The sisterhood acts in faith to tackle the hard work of the world without hesitation.
The women of Page United Methodist Church come together for social gathering and partipate in mission and outreach events.
Page Memorial UMC Youth Logo
Teens and Pre-Teens meet weekly to participate in discussions of faith, fun activities and mission events that help them develop through formative years in an enviroment that provides positive role models and healthy friendships.
Scout Troop 800
Page Memorial is a proud sponsor and supporter of Cub Scout and Boy Scout Troop 800. Scouting prepares young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Scouts meet once a week most months of the year and come together for weekend camping trips and service projects.

Page Memorial United Methodist Church is located in the Fairway District of the NC Annual Conference.
Sources
1 "We are the Church" - words by Donald S. March; Richard K. Avery
Page Memorial United Methodist Church
115 W Main St
Aberdeen, NC, 28317
(910) 944-1093