Welcome to Mint Spring U.M.C.

Cross and Flame

Mint Spring United Methodist Church has been serving the Lord in Augusta County at least since 1884, although it may be as early as 1866. On August 17th, 1889 a committee was appointed to purchase the church building at Mint Spring. Originally we were a six point charge which was reduced to a four point charge in 1900. In 1915 the Greenville-Mint Spring charge was formed. In 1987 both Mint Spring and Greenville went stationary. MORE»

Worship + Sunday School

  • Worship 10:30 a. - 11:30 a.
  • Sunday School for all ages 9:30 a. - 10:15 a.
  • Communion: Apr. 2 @ 10:30 a.

Today's Message:

When The Cheering Stopped

Community Easter Egg Hunt

A community Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 4, 2015 at Mint Spring UMC at 11:00 am. Children ages Pre-school through 5th Grade will gather in the Social Hall for a story and instructions. Following the Easter Egg Hunt, everyone is invited to stay for a light lunch. If it rains, the event will be cancelled. Children are asked to bring a basket for the egg hunt.

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Maundy Thursday Service

Join us on Thursday night, 7 p.m. for our Maundy Thursday Service in our Sanctuary (53 Mint Spring Cir. Staunton, Virginia) to celebrate the Risen Savior

Good Friday

April 3 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Jollivue U.M.C. will be hosting a Crosswalk. A devotional journey along the steps of Jesus as he was arrested in the garden to his death and entombment will be available. Ten stations will be presented for contemplation and prayer. Please come around back to the picnic pavilion where you will receive the devotion handout and may begin your walk. Location: Jollivue U.M.C. 551 Lee-Jackson Hwy Staunton

Mission Statement

We, the United Methodist Church at Mint Spring, believe that we are a community of Faith, created by God, bound by grace and a shared sense of mission. As a Church, our purpose is to be accountable to God in advancing the mission of Jesus Christ in our time. We are called to resist evil and to do no harm, to do as much good as we can within our fellowship and in the work beyond our doors, and to be open to the Holy Spirit through Sacramental worship and faithful service.

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