Welcome to Lakemore United Methodist Church

WORSHIP  – Sundays at  9:45 a.m.

SUNDAY SCHOOL –  Sundays at  11 a.m.


To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.


Lakemore United Methodist Church seeks to be a beacon of Christ’s light to the people of Lakemore and Springfield Township.  We will be intentional about creating relationships with people not yet a part of the church.  We will share our Christian faith and invite persons to join us on a path of vital worship, growing discipleship, and active service.


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See the latest edition of Lakemore Lifelines – June July 2016 Newsletter

Check out the latest service bulletin – Bulletin – June 19, 2016


WORSHIP Sundays at  9:45 a.m.:   Join us as we find the joy of expressing our love for God.  Our worship combines Bible-based preaching, singing, special music, a children’s message, prayer, and the sharing of our offerings.  Our praise team helps us to blend a more contemporary, upbeat flavor to more traditional elements.  You are welcome to come as you are,  jeans or shirt and tie!   Sunday celebration is a mixture of the best of the old and the new!

  • Staffed nursery every Sunday
  • Children’s message from the Pastor
  • Jr. Church: each week the children experience a time set aside just for them while the adults are listening to the Pastor’s message.
  • Coffee Fellowship:  time to connect and build relationships follows our worship service.
  • Education Hour:  11:00 a.m.  FOR ALL AGES!  A rich opportunity to study, to interact, to fellowship, to have fun and to grow together around God’s Word, the Bible.


  • Thursday morning: 10:00 – 11:00 am – Leader:  Pastor Jeff
  • Sunday morning: Classes for all ages!  11:00 am


In 1919, a group of women decided that a Sunday School was needed in Lakemore.  They founded the Union Sunday School Class, and soon established the Pioneer Class and a Men’s Fellowship Class.

A preaching service began with various ministers of nearby congregations filling the pulpit.  Sunday School and Church services were held in several locations until a basement, one story block building was built on Church Street in 1922.

By a congregational vote, the membership of approximately fifty people decided to affiliate with the Methodist Episcopal Church.  The church continued to grow in spirit , membership, and financial resources.

As a step of vision and to enable further growth, the present church structure was built  and consecrated on Nov. 23, 1958.

The passion for Christ that was present in the beginning is still alive today.  New and existing ministries await your input and involvement as we continue the tradition of loving and serving Jesus Christ.