Considering a visit to Lakewood Park United Methodist? If so, we hope you’ll find the answers to these frequently asked questions helpful. If you have a question not answered below, please contact Jeanne Raynor at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office at 772.465.1187. We hope to see you soon!
Sunday Service | 10:30AM
When and where are services? We offer four services - two traditional services at 8:15 & 11am in the Sanctuary and two contemporary services at 9:30 & 11:20am in the Fellowship Center. For more information about worship, click here. Click here for an interactive map of the campus.
How can I watch worship live or view past services online? Click here.
Where can I park? You are welcome to park in any of the designated spaces along the church and along the Family Life Center. Additional parking is also available on the grass where marked.
How do I know where to go when I get there? We have a wonderful team of greeters that will help you find your way to the Sanctuary. If you have children, they will show you where to sign in for Children's Ministry and nursery for infants.
What should I wear? This is home to believers of all different backgrounds. People wear a wide range of attire from jeans or shorts to dresses and suits. Please wear what makes you most comfortable.
What do you have available for children during worship? Children are welcome at any and all of our worship services. For those that wish their children to remain with them during worship, we offer activity bags for them to enjoy. We also offer and encourage children to join our Children's Minister for Children's Church (occurs right after the Children's Moment during the main worship service). A team of volunteers help escort children from our Sanctuary to the Family Life Center for that time. Our Nursery is available for children age six weeks through two years old adjacent to the Sanctuary. Pagers are given to parents to contact them in the event assistance is needed.
How does the church strive to keep children and youth safe? Children and youth are particularly vulnerable to abuse and neglect. Since 1996, the General Conference of the United Methodist Church has mandated that each local congregation have a child/youth protection policy (“CYPP”). All employees and volunteers within the local church who work with children or youth are required to review and acknowledge their church’s CYPP on an annual basis. As part of that, all volunteers must be background checked routinely.
How do I meet people? There are many ways to meet people as you become engaged in the ministry of the church, including community groups, classes, and service opportunities. For help getting connected, contact Jeanne Raynor at or call the church office at 772.465.1187.
Can I get involved in the life of the church without becoming a member? You are welcome here no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. You do not have to be a member to participate in worship, activities, community groups or classes.
What are the steps to membership? We invite you to Coffee with the Pastor (occurring the last Sunday of every month) to learn about the church, it's ministries, and membership expectations.