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Join Us on Sunday

Join us for worship at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 11, followed by a potluck lunch and then a four-block walk to Mt. Zion.

At 3 p.m., Mt. Zion kicks off a year of celebration of its 200th anniversary. As part of the celebration, DUMC’s Choir will sing an anthem, and our Rev. Dr. Mary Kay Totty will offer words of congratulations from “Mother Church DUMC.” All Dumbartonians are invited to this Homecoming Service.

At Dumbarton's adult ed at 10 a.m., Liz Carter will speak on ”Social Media and Social Change in China.”

On Oct. 18, we'll gather on DUMC's front steps with members of Mt. Zion at 10 a.m. as they remember their historic send-off to a new church. It will be followed by Dumbarton's regular worship at 11 a.m.

Godly Play

Mary Kay's Blog: Colorblind No More (Sermon Sept. 13)

            Black Lives Matter. A movement that started as a hashtag on twitter in the wake of Trayvon Martin’s killer being acquitted.
            Black Lives Matter.  A call to end police brutality.
            Black Lives Matter. A reminder that racism persists.
            But… But…

We don't just do Bible study at our Children's Worship

Still Point: Taize Service

Held on the third Sunday of the month at 4:30 pm at Dumbarton UMC, (Oct. 18) Still Point worship is a one-hour simple service of song, scripture, and silence in the style of Taizé. All are invited to join us in the circle to hear and sing of faith, and listen for God in the silence of a beautiful space.
Dumbarton’s director of music ministries, playing the piano, will lead us into songs and prayer. Our time together is structured around the reading of Christian scripture and other texts that center our reflection, and silent meditation.

This is a casual gathering, utilizing inclusive language and no sermon is given. After the service,  participants may join together for dinner at a local restaurant.

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