Worship and Sunday School

Sundays 9 AM – Classic Celebration.  Worship in a more traditional style, featuring a glorious and inspirational blend of music from the Chancel choir. Pastor’s message, Biblical texts, Communion once a month. Child care provided.

Sundays 10:30 AM – Contemporary Praise.  A bit less tradition, but no less spirit, as the Praise Band leads you in contemporary songs of worship. Pastor’s message, Biblical texts, Communion once a month. Child care provided.

Sunday School @ 9 and 10:30 a.m.  Sunday morning brings learning opportunities for all ages and stages.  Adults may choose between two different small group/classes that are offered at 10:30.  Junior and Senior High youth each have a Sunday School class at 9:00.

We offer Sunday School during both Worship Hours for ages 3 years-6th grade. Classes and activities are age-appropriate. Our curriculum is innovative and relevant so that children are able to apply what they’re learning throughout their daily lives. We bring the Bible to life through Praise & Worship, Small and Large Group teaching, Skits, Multi-media presentations and much more. We’re all about engaging the child so that we can teach him/her God’s Word!


The church parking lot can be entered from McBean (going north) or Avenida Navarre. There should be ample parking, however in the event of an overflow, please park in the Henry Mayo Hospital parking lot across the street. There are visitor parking spaces available just to the side of the church entrance steps.


In the front of the courtyard before entering the sanctuary, you’ll see a Welcome Table with greeters ready to answer any questions you may have or direct you to Nursery Care, our Sunday School facilities, etc.

Nursery/Toddler Care Center

Our Nursery/Toddler Care Center is committed to providing a safe, nurturing place for infants and toddlers to receive care while their parents attend worship and classes.


Valencia United Methodist celebrates Communion on the first Sunday of a month or a special service. Everyone is welcome at the Lord’s Table. Grape juice is used rather than wine. Communion is generally done through intinction… dipping your piece of bread into the Cup.

Coffee on the Patio

On the patio as you step out of the sanctuary doors, you’ll find coffee, lemonade, doughnuts and other goodies. Also in the courtyard you’ll see information tables where you can find out about church activities, sign up for small groups, and pick up literature that may be of interest.