Mark your calendar for the DUMC’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt!
Invite your friends and neighbors; everyone is welcome!
This year’s hunt will be different from years past in order to keep participants distanced from one another and outside. Masks are required.
Children ages birth-3 years old:
There will be a traditional egg hunt (with candy filled eggs) on the lawn, next to the front porch of the church, beginning at 10:15 a.m. for this age group. 
Children ages 4 years old-5th grade:
Our Egg Hunt Activity will be available from 10-11:15 a.m.; participants may drop in at any time during this window.
Inclement Weather Date: Saturday, April 3rd.

Enneagram Study

Beginning Sunday afternoon, January 24 @ 4 pm
Join Rev. Carlton for a 2-week Enneagram Study
This study will meet via Zoom
Meeting ID: 885 3913 1005
Passcode: 259883
A new/old tool for understanding ourselves, the God who created us, and how we live in relationship with one another. Join Rev. Carlton for this short-term study that can be done from home. It is recommended during this 3 week class that you go online to www.enneagraminstitute.com and take the RHETI Test to learn your enneagram number. The cost is $12.00.

The Enneagram: What It Is and What It Isn’t (Info. from cac.org)

The Enneagram is a dynamic system. It was developed primarily in an oral tradition, in the context of relationships between students and teachers. A “dynamic system” is one that recognizes that humans are far too complex and nuanced to fit easily into simple categories; it supports the evolving, maturing human journey.

The Enneagram is not a strict law or code. 

The Enneagram is a powerful tool for self-discovery and spiritual transformation. But it shouldn’t be your only tool. The Enneagram is most helpful when used in conjunction with other practices like study, meditation, spiritual direction, and life in community with others.

The Enneagram is not just a personality typing system. Yes, there are tests and quizzes  that help you identify your primary Enneagram type, but that is often just the first step. This tool is meant to help you over a life-long journey.

While self-discovery is important, it is not the Enneagram’s final objective. The Enneagram’s purpose is to help us uncover the traps that keep us from living fully and freely as our True Self so that we will use our unique, authentic gifts for the good of others and the world.


Beginning Monday, Jan. 19 @ 10 am
Join Rev. Carlton for a brief devotion and time for community connection with others! Let’s start each week together, gathering via Zoom on Monday mornings from 10-11 am. You can drop in just to say hello or stay a while and join us for a time of prayer. This is casual and you don’t have to come each week. Who knows, you might meet someone new or even see someone you haven’t seen in a year!
Join Zoom Meeting using this link:
Meeting ID: 882 1105 9621
Passcode: 140167


Join us on campus at DUMC for
a community event that’s sure to get everyone in the spirit of Christmas!
This event has been postponed (due to forecast of rain) to
Saturday, December 19th
6:30-8:30 p.m.
Participants will experience a “walk through Bethlehem on the night of Jesus’ birth.”
In addition to the Bethlehem experience, there will be a festive lights display, bon fire, hot chocolate & cookies, and the DUMC Chancel Choir will sing Christmas carols!
Be sure to mark your calendar for this festive event!
Safe social distancing will be practiced and the entire event will take place outdoors.
Any church member/attendee that want to volunteer, please contact Amanda Dotson.

Rise Against Hunger with DUMC

November 8th
12:00-3:00 p.m.
Hunger doesn’t have to exit-let’s end it together!
Join us to pack meals that give nutrition and hope for children at risk.
Due to Covid protocols, we’ll host 3 one hour shifts, and attendees must make an advanced reservation.
Click HERE to make your reservation now.

Operation Christmas Child

Our Prime Timers Sunday School class are spearheading this fantastic mission again this year and need our help to fill 80 boxes for children in need all over the world.  What a fantastic and easy opportunity to share God’s love and the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
Here how it works:
  1. Pick up a shoebox at the church beginning Sunday, October 11th.  You can also get a shoebox from any store that sells this size container to fill!
  2. Follow the directions on the printed pamphlet for how to pack the shoebox or click HERE to see the directions online.
  3. Return your filled shoebox to the church by November 8th.
  4. Samaritan’s Purse volunteers with take care of the rest!

Book Discussion with Pastor Debbie

Are you ready for a spiritual challenge?
Join Rev. Carlton for a book discussion on Richard Rohr’s What Do We Do With The Bible?
This book can be purchased in a variety of forms on Amazon.
There will be two opportunities for discussion (choose which one works for you!)
Sunday, October 25th at 4pm: Meet in-person in the fellowship hall at DUMC
Monday, October 26th at 11am:  Meet via Zoom
Use this link to join:
Feel free to send inquiry emails to Pastor Debbie.

Financial Peace University at DUMC

9 week series
begins September 17th
Covid guidelines followed
Cost: $129
Contact Melanie Wilson or Alonda Clinton with questions or to register.

Drive-In Church & Communion at DUMC

Join us for a Drive-In Worship Service with Communion
(Weather permitting-no service if raining or drizzling)
Sunday, September 6th
at 9:30 a.m.
This service includes:
  • Traditional Music
  • Contemporary Music
  • Sermon (same sermon as the one we post on YouTube)
  • Communion
  • and an in-person Offering opportunity
Come as you are, but stay in your car.
Hope to see you there!