Mark Brock, Pastor
504 W. Mishawaka Ave. • Mishawaka, Indiana 46545 • Phone: 574.259.1975





9:00 am - Sunday School
10:00 am - Coffee Time/Fellowship
10:30 am - Worship Service

Starting September 13th
Children & Youth Activities 6:00 - 7:15 pm
Worship Service in Sanctuary 6:15 - 7:00 pm

Church Office Hours
Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

A Note from Pastor Mark
It is hot. It is sticky. Well, it is Summer...and this time of year brings about changes in the world around us: daytime is longer, people spend more time outdoors, vacations, kids home from school; you name it.

This Summer we have decided to implement a Summer schedule for Sunday mornings. We will have Sunday School at 9 am, Coffee Time at 10 am and a single worship service at 10:30 am. The single worship service, along with a single Coffee Time, will allow us to get to know those who don't attend at the service time that we normally attend and become more closely integrated as one as we study, fellowship and worship our amazing God together.

My prayer is that each one of us greets, meets and becomes friends with more of our congregation. Let us begin to see ourselves as one Body of Christ on Sunday mornings.

Stay cool!
Pastor Mark

Events & Information:

The ability to provide food pantry clients with either fuel only cards or Transpo bus passes continues, mostly funded through the generosity of just one person. This person truly has a heart for helping people help themselves, believing if a person gets a job they can take care of themselves and their family. This seems like smart thinking to me. And, the clients are very appreciative.
Marilyn Waumans

I’ll bet you thought Circles of Care were dead in the water if you thought about them at all. Well, I am here to tell you that they could be brought to life quickly if the need and willingness to help were there. With guidance from the book “Share the Care” plus other available information, I believe a workable, caring effort could be quickly put in place.

Currently, one of our disabled congregants is being provided transportation for daily life needs. Unfortunately, trips to the bank, doctors, etc, do not stop just because you are confined to a wheelchair. Disabled myself, as I get into my car, I often think about others who are worse off than I am, and I can only imagine what it is like to not be free with one’s own transportation..

If you would like to read “Share the Care” for yourself, I believe there is one in the Church library or perhaps at Mishawaka Public Library.

In Your Service,
Marilyn Waumans

Prayer Time
Thursdays 8:00 a.m.

M.A.C. Food Pantry
At Albright
504 W. Mishawaka Ave. • Mishawaka, Indiana
Phone: 574.259.1975 ext. 107

Tuesday - 6:00-8:00 p.m. & Friday 10:00 a.m. - noon.

Albright UMC has been given a monthly rotation of items to be donated to the Food Pantry.
August: Pancake Mix, Syrup, Bar Soap
September: Macaroni & Cheese, Hamburger Helper, Shampoo