What should I expect?

If you are looking for a place to belong and grow in community, come to Greene Street. Here is some helpful information about our Sunday gatherings.

(Until at least April 30, Greene Street United Methodist Church is taking precautions for the Coronavirus.  Please join us for a moment of prayer and worship each Sunday at 11 a.m. on Facebook Live.) 

We gather each Sunday to worship and celebrate God at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. with the same message at both gatherings.

Our 9 a.m. worship is traditional in nature featuring hymns, organ, responsive readings, unison prayers, and other historic worship elements Christians have practiced for centuries.

A more modern worship can be found at 10:30 a.m. This time of gathering also includes a time for children on most Sundays. Children, Kindergarten-6th grade, are dismissed during the 10:30 a.m. worship for Sunday School. All Children report up the south stairs, Kindergarten—2nd grade room 23, and 3rd-6th grade to room 24. The Children will return to worship for communion. A nursery is provided for infants—children age 5 in room 101 of the Education wing.

We have a time to give during every service. The children will come by with buckets to collect your loose change that supports a different mission each month. They are followed by our ushers with offering plates. Please place your connection cards and other monetary donations you would like to give into the plates.

We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of the month. Everyone will be invited to come forward to receive the bread and juice. You are more than welcome to join us during this part of the service. During this time we are remembering our commitment to love and serve God.

Where do I park?

We are located in historic downtown Piqua, Ohio at the corner of Greene and Caldwell Streets (click here for map and directions). Being a church in a neighborhood means that parking can be tough on Sunday mornings. We do have a few onsite spots, but the majority of folks will be parking on the street in and around our neighborhood. Our friends and neighbors, the good people at Jamieson and Yannucci funeral home, have made available use of their parking lot on Sunday mornings. (map of parking)

Our facility is handicap accessible through the awning on Caldwell St.