We realize everyone builds and strengthens their faith in different ways. As a result, we are passionate about creating an environment for everyone to find their own way of seeking a personal relationship with God. We do this by offering a diverse range of opportunities for worship, fellowship, and faith formation through study, reflection, and discussion.
Carter is a diverse community of faith grounded in scripture, experience, tradition and reason. We meet for worship every Sunday at 10:15 a.m. and 9:30 during July and August.
The Carter Memorial UMC offers a wide range of education and fellowship activities understanding the varied needs of adults of all ages and at different places in their faith journeys.
Meaningful Small Groups
Our engaging Sunday morning classes cover a diverse range of subjects and are taught at times as forums utilizing a DVD, guest speakers on current faith related subjects, focus teachings on various areas of the Bible and people of the faith such as John Wesley and C.S. Lewis.
Short term Bible studies and our ongoing book groups offer engaging opportunities to explore faith through scripture, historical fiction and inspired non-fiction works.
Intergenerational Faith Formation opportunities are a vital component of the Carter experience. Sunday school classes, book groups, monthly “Faith Forums,” retreats, and more guide those of all ages along their lifelong faith formation journeys.