How do I get there? See the "Find Us/Contact Us" page
Where do I park? The entrance to the parking lot and sanctuary are on Cutthroat Avenue.
Are my kids welcome? Children are most welcomed as full participants for dinner and worship.
We generally sit as families around the tables and the children are full participants in all we do and share together. The interactive time always includes activities that are mindful of engaging children of all ages. It’s also ok that they play! We learn from children often as much as they learn from adults.
What are worship services like? Our casual, interactive worship experiences begin at 6:00 on Tuesday evenings and they typically last an hour and a half and include a meal. Every one from all backgrounds are welcome. We are a supportive and community-minded group and would love to have you join us.
We serve ourselves dinner, talk with the folks at our table, sing a few songs, hear the Scripture and talk about it, hear a message and interact with that Scripture and what it means to us, and then we pray for each other and those we hold dear, and conclude with breaking the bread and sharing the cup of communion.
What do I wear? Dress is always casual.
Why participate with KBUMC? There are many reasons to participate in this congregation. We are non-judgmental and have love of community and desire to connect with God. There is never pressure to participate, only a cry of one's heart to follow a loving way.
Why Dinner Church? Over two thousand years ago, Jesus started his ministry by eating with others. Dinner Church is the original church. By meeting on Tuesdays we can better serve the year-round resident community as well as visitors to Lake Tahoe. Most residents are working, entertaining guests, or leaving town to escape the tourists on weekends! Or, truly enjoying a Sabbath day! And, our ministry of hospitality for retreats means our Sundays are often filled with guest groups!
What is the United Methodist Church? The United Methodist Church is an 11-million-strong global church that opens hearts, opens doors and opens minds through active engagement with our world. John Wesley and the early Methodists placed primary emphasis on Christian living and on putting faith and love into action. This has continued to be a hallmark of United Methodism today.
We invite you to learn more at http://www.umc.org