A genuine, joyful, loving Body of Christ nurturing spiritual growth and serving the diverse needs of its church, family and the community.


Christ’s people, drawn together in love, moving out to serve.



What do United Methodists believe?

As part of the global United Methodist Church, we adhere to a set of Bible-based, God inspired beliefs set forth by our denomination. To learn more about what we believe, CLICK HERE.

Where should I park?

The general church parking lot is off North Caldwell Street.  Additional parking is along Methodist Drive in front of the church.  Accessibility parking is in the parking lot adjacent to the entrance of the church.   

Which door should I enter for the worship service?

For all church activities, please enter through the Welcome Center.  One of our friendly host will be there to direct you to your destination.  

What should I wear?

You can wear anything you like! You’ll feel right at home in a pair of jeans and your favorite shirt, but you won’t feel out of place if you’d prefer to wear your “Sunday best.” You will find our diverse congregation will worship and celebrate Christ to a manner that is comfortable to them.  We’re glad you’ve chosen to join us for worship, so come as you are!

Is there Sunday School?

Yes, Sunday School is held from 9:45 to 10:45. In a Sunday morning class you will find opportunities to enrich your Christian education, continue growing in your spiritual journey and develop friendships. Join in community on Sunday mornings to study, serve and journey together. Classes expect new visitors every week, feel free to visit whenever you’re ready!  

What are the services like?

At Brevard First United Methodist Church we offer Traditional and Praise worship services.

Our Traditional services are at 8:30 and 11:00. These services follow familiar liturgy with a dynamic, scripture-inspired message and are accompanied by exquisite choirs and congregational hymns.

Our Praise service is at 8:45. This service challenge us to go deeper in our faith with Jesus with the freedom to worship God with your hands raised, your dancing shoes on, and a heart ready to be drawn into His presence.