1804 East Mitchell Street, Petoskey, MI 49770

Petoskey UMC is NOT open for worship.  You can listen to the service on the radio station’s website listed below.  We will begin live streaming the service on our YouTube channel this Sunday at 10:00 AM.  You can see the stream here.  

Beginning Wednesday, March 24, the church office will be closed per the governor’s executive order.  If you need to contact Pastor James or Doug Mantha, please call 231-347-2733 ext. 2735 for James or ext. 2738 for Doug and leave a message.  They will be regularly checking messages.

  Please read Pastor James’ letter (updated 3/25).  You can also read the latest from Bishop Bard here.  Have questions about the coronavirus?  Check with the health department here.  Need assistance or have related questions?  Contact the 211 program here.

Worship with us at 10:00 AM Sundays.  Worship is broadcast at 11:00 AM on WMKT 1270AM/102.3FM.

Church office hours are Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM; Friday 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Questions?  Call us at 231.347.2733 or email the secretary.

See what’s on the church calendar.

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Catch up on the most recent worship service here.


All people are welcome at Petoskey United Methodist Church.  You can find more information about age related happenings by clicking here for adults, here for youth, here for children, and here for the nursery.


Our missions focus on two areas – supporting families and feeding people.

  • supporting families
    • We assist people at the Women’s Resource Center, including our annual adopt-a-family Christmas project.
    • Individuals, families, and the youth group all volunteer at Habitat for Humanity.
    • We volunteer as mentors in a local elementary school through our Kids Hope program.
    • We help families in crisis by hosting their children in volunteers’ homes through the Safe Families program.
    • We support our local Justice for Our Neighbors chapter.
    • We send care packages to our college-aged young adults at Halloween and St. Valentine’s day.
  • feeding people
    • Individuals, families, and the youth group all volunteer at Manna by handing out food Tuesday mornings, packing after school backpacks, picking up donated food, etc.
    • We have a large vegetable garden which supplies Manna with fresh produce.
    • We collect money and food for a special Manna Thanksgiving project.
    • We also collect food every month for Manna.
    • We host a weekly meal during the school year on Wednesday nights at 6:00 PM.

We’re returning in June 2020 to serve with our sister church in Cuba. Look for more information in the near future to see how you can support our fundraising efforts.