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Welcome To Normandy Church

We are glad you are here and want to welcome you!  Normandy Church is a community of faith, striving to live together with God and others as we give of ourselves in service.

Worship Service – Sundays @ 10:00am

We have a traditional worship service which features: a variety of music, liturgy, scripture, prayer, a spoken message, and the use of media.  Our worship is approximately an hour.  You are welcome to come as you are.

Coffee is available in the lobby outside the sanctuary – yes, you are welcome to bring it into the sanctuary.

Virtual Worship

We provide several options to worship virtually online.  Sunday morning worship is Live on both Facebook and YouTube.  Our worship is also broadcast several times during the week.  Sorry – you have to provide your own coffee.



Local Cable

  • Sundays
    • 1:00pm Spectrum 991
    • 1:00pm AT&T/U-Verse 99
    • 2:00pm DATV North Channel 992
  • Mondays
    • 11:00am Spectum 991
    • 11:00am AT&T/U-Verse 99
  • Wednesdays
    • 10:00pm DATV North Channel 992

Normandy Nursery

Our nurturing childcare staff welcomes littles 6 weeks through age three from 9:45-11:15am.  We are learning that “Jesus is our friend”.  Nursery care is provided by our paid childcare staff

Normandy Kids (Preschool – 5th grade)

Kids Connection is held every Sunday at 10:00am..  The kids come into worship for a “Normandy Kids Moment” and then go and have their own time learning about God’s love for them through worship, Bible stories, games, and crafts.

Get to Know Normandy

We invite you to join us on the 2nd Sundays of the month for “Get to Know Normandy”.  During this brief gathering you’ll learn a little about the Normandy Church, what we belief, how you can get connected, and ask questions you might have.  Meet Pastor Mark in the front of the sanctuary following worship, for this 20-30 minute gathering.

History of Normandy’s Facility

Normandy United Methodist Church has always been a place for the family to gather – literally.  The original part of the Normandy Church building, referred to as “The Manson” was built by the Grant family to be their home and was completed in 1930.  Many of the home’s features were imported from Europe and include marble fireplaces, hand-crafted wood panels and doors, and stained glass windows dating back to the 1600’s.  This part of the building is a National Register of Historical Places.

In 1955, “The Manson” was sold/gifted by the Grants so that the Normandy Church might be formed.  Worship services were originally held in the Grant’s living room, which currently is the chapel.  In 1963 an addition to the home was constructed that housed a sanctuary, education space, and a kitchen.  Today this sanctuary space is now the fellowship hall.  Our present day sanctuary was constructed in 1997.

From the Grant family to the Normandy Church family, the facility has been linking people together in to build relationships with God and one another.

Q: How long does the service last?

A: Our worship services typically last around an hour.

Q: What should I wear?

A: Dress comfortably for you.  There will be people wearing jeans while others wear suits and dresses.  We want to you come as you are.

Q: What door should I use?

A: On Sunday you will want to use the door with the canopy marked “Worship Center” as this leads into our worship space, and is the closest to the parking lot – greeters are located at this door to welcome you and provide any guidance you may request.  During the week you will want to use the doors to the left of the “Worship Center” canopy as these doors lead to the offices and fellowship hall area.

Q: Do I have to give any money/offering?

A: NO!  In fact, until someone decides to become a part of the Normandy family we just want you to worship, enjoy the music, feel the presence of the Holy Spirit.  When we take up an offering, simply let the plate pass.

Q: What about my kids?

A: Kids of all ages are more than welcome to stay with you in worship, we are a church family.  If you choose, Normandy Kids meet from 9:45 until after worship.  A nursery, with professional childcare providers, is also provided for your littlest ones.

Q: What about my teenagers?

A: We encourage all youth (7th-12grades) to worship on Sunday mornings with family or friends.  On the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month all youth are invited to join in a youth Bible study from 10:00-11:00am (during worship).  On the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month all youth are invited to come together for fun and fellowship from 5:00-7:00pm.

Q: Am I allowed to take communion?

A: YES!  The United Methodist Church celebrates an open table, meaning all are welcome to partake communion.  It is the Lord’s Table, and the Lord’s invitation.  We celebrate communion on the 1st Sunday of each month.