Lyndonville United Methodist Church is a small welcoming community church with a rich tradition. Our worship services include both contemporary praise songs and the great hymns of the faith. The pastor preaches Bible-based sermons, often series on books of the Bible. The worship service lasts for about one hour. We share in communion monthly, when all are welcome to participate. Like other churches, we enjoy meals together and greeting one another during the worship service. The pastor participates in the local clergy group. Although a small church, our congregation includes a diversity of ages, and children and youth are part of our family.

Church is not really about a building or a denomination as much as it is about people who are followers of Jesus who support one another in prayer, and reach out to the community in service. Think of church as an extension of what is termed, “the kingdom of God.” God is our King, Jesus is our Lord, and we are led by the Holy Spirit.

Our church has been in the Lyndonville community for generations and continues to provide a safe place for spiritual growth and ministry opportunities. We are known especially for our thrift store in the basement of the church building.

So, if you are looking for a smaller group of down-to-earth folks who want to grow together as the body of Christ, then please check us out. Our worship time includes singing of hymns and contemporary songs and a sermon that is Bible-based.


Tim Schultz became pastor on July 1, 2022. He previously served Baptist, Brethren, and Mennonite congregations, and has a background in urban ministry.
Tim graduated from Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School with the M.Div. and is also a graduate of Eastern Mennonite University and Royalton-Hartland High School.
Stop by and say hello. Tim enjoys going for coffee, reading, and taking walks.