Central United Methodist Church
A Reconciling Congregation
Central United Methodist Church
23 East Adams
Detroit, MI 48226
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Central United Methodist Church
Detroit, MI
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We Are Central Church, a servant community working for a world of peace and justice. We are a voice speaking out from within our city, like a conscience speaks to the person to whom it belongs, and whose life it shares. Counting on the rock of our faith in Christ, we proclaim, follow, and worship a God who calls us to create a faith-powered, justice-seeking, reconciling, and peace-loving world for all people.

Central United Methodist Church, one of the first Protestant congregations in Michigan, is a Reconciling Congregation that welcomes all people regardless of socio-economic status, race, gender identification or sexuality. We have been working for peace with justice in three centuries. We were organized in 1810, incorporated in 1822, and completed the current sanctuary in 1867. We envision Central United Methodist Church as a vital, diverse, River of Life nurtured by the light of Christ, rooted deeply in and living the scripture, a holy presence in the center of the City of Detroit, transforming individuals, institutions, and the world, advocating peace and justice in all we do.

Join us every Sunday at 10:30 for Services, then stay immediately
after services for our Coffee Hour on the second floor.

Sunday School for children, youth and adults begins at 9:00.

View current announcements
View the N.O.A.H Project Video by clicking here.
For the latest edition of Concerning Central Click Here
Click here for information on the 8th Annual Peace & Justice Banquet