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Update as of July 17, 2020:
Varnell United Methodist Church will livestream the Worship Service on Facebook and Youtube at 11 a.m. There will be no in-person Worship Services until further notice. The church office will be also be closed due to the recent spike of COVID-19 cases in Whitfield County. Staff members will work from home.

August Sermons

*August 2: 9th Sunday after Pentecost & Holy Communion
Sermon: “Small Things to Transform the World – Loving People Who Don’t Like You”
Scripture: Matthew 5:43-48
The Holy Communion Offering this Sunday will be for Varnell UMC’s Stephen Ministry. 
*August 9: 10th Sunday after Pentecost
Sermon:  “Small Things to Transform the World – We Need to Help Each Other”
Scripture:  Galatians 6:2
*August 16:  11th Sunday after Pentecost
Sermon:  “Small Things to Transform the World – Do Not Disrespect Leaders”
Scripture:  Romans 13:1-5
August 23:  12th Sunday after Pentecost
Sermon:  “Small Things To Transform the World – Speak Kind Words”
Scripture:  Ephesians 4:29  (
Wesley Woods Mother’s Day offering will be recognized today.)
August 30:  13th Sunday after Pentecost
Kurt Baron, Youth Pastor, will be preaching today.  Pastor Chris will be at Annual Conference.


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Varnell UMC Calendar

Online & Text Giving

There are many ways you can support the ministries of VUMC. We continue to offer traditional Sunday morning giving (offering).
You can also make a contribution to VUMC with a quick text message! Simply send a text to 833-906-1892 with the amount you would like to contribute.
To give online, go to the Online Donation page.
You can use the GivePlus Church mobile app, which is available free from the Apple App Store and from the Google Play store.

Community Groups at VUMC

God created all humans to be in community with each other. Jesus saw the need for this and the early church began in homes and communities. People need people. We cannot do life alone. Out church currently has several small groups within our church and community. From in-home groups to Bible study and prayer groups. God has placed on our heart a strong desire to see that every church attendee and visitor becomes involved in a community group.
Why join a VUMC community group?
• Fellowship caring for one another emotionally, spiritually and physically
• Ministry taking on a mission project either in the church or in the community
• Worship praying and possibly even singing together
• Discipleship studying God's word and applying it to life together