- What time is the service at Bowman United Methodist?
Our Worship Service is from 9:30 am – 10:30 am MST from May through August.
- How long are your services?
About an hour or so!
- What should I wear?
We’re a small-town church—not too big on dress code around here. The pastor usually dresses in black jeans and a polo (summer) or dress (winter) shirt. We’d love to have you, just as you are.
- What kind of music do you play?
Our service is blended, with praise music at the beginning of the service and more traditional hymns sung later in the service.
- Are you going to make me sing and raise my hands?
No…but you are very welcome to if you’re comfortable doing that. Whatever way you want to express your praise and worship, that’s just fine. If you can’t sing, that’s okay, too, just make a joyful “noise!”
- What are the messages like?
We preach the Bible in a real and relevant way to inspire, challenge, and encourage you to apply spiritual practices in your life.
- Is there a current series being preached?
Yes and no…our pastor will preach series of sermons throughout the year but not always! He is always open to the leading of the Holy Spirit and though he may have prepared one message…he is open to another if the Lord leads in that direction.
- Will there be a pastor available?
Absolutely, most Sundays of the year. Because we are a smaller church, it is very easy to connect with the pastor.
- What should I do with my kids?
Your kids are more than welcome to be in the sanctuary with us. In fact, we love having children in our services. We have activity bags for children and the last 3 full rows of pews are saved especially for our parents with small children. We have nursery workers available if needed.
- What about the sacraments?
We celebrate two sacraments: Baptism and Communion. Baptisms happen when individuals or their parents are ready for them (both Infant Baptism and Believer’s Baptism are celebrated here). We celebrate Communion the 1st Sunday of each month, and at a few special occasions as well. We invite all who are born again believers to take of Communion regardless of age or church membership.