Ada First UMC is located at 301 N. Main St.
Upcoming worship services canceled due to Covid-19 until August. 16.
The church Administrative Council met in mid-June to discuss the possibility of how and when Ada First might re-open to public worship. At this time, we feel it is best to delay in-person worship until August 16. Why wait? The answer comes back to figuring out how we will worship. We will need to significantly overhaul our way of worship whenever we do return, and our church size causes us to need to wait until other areas of our community have re-opened in order to help stop the spread of the virus.
That being said, we are still worshipping...see the Worship Page for ways to participate!
Download the MinistryOne Church App
The church has its own Android or Apple app via a product called MinistryOne. Simply go to your favorite app store and download the MinistryOne app, with a purple icon with a white cross in the center. Once you open the app, navigate to Ada First UMC (some find it easiest to search by zipcode, 45810). Once you find us, click and from then on, you'll be in touch with Ada First! The app provides quick access to past worship service videos, a method to send in a prayer request or question, a secure platform for you to electronically give to the General fund, and push notifications about upcoming announcements.
Have a prayer request? Complete this Google form and Pastor Brandi will receive your request.
You are Welcome to Join Us!
We invite you to participate in these events, and you are encouraged to add our website calendar to your own Google calendar by simply clicking on the blue plus sign on the bottom edge of the calendar. Additional programming information is published in our electronic monthlly newsletter and our weekly email prayer list. If you would like to be added to our email list or need to update your information, please contact the church office. Our website also provides information about the history of Ada First UMC, our staff, and our visioning and construction process after the fire in 2012.