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GENERAL INFO

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First United Methodist Church
100 Center Street (PO Box 304)
Princeton, WV 24740
304.425.2283
Rev. Scott Sears, Pastor
Sunday School: 9:30am
Sunday Worship: 10:50am
Wednesday Bible Study: 6:00pm

BIOGRAPHY

We are located in southern West Virginia, in the beautiful foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Princeton, West Virginia is a town of approximately 10,000 residents with a county population around 68,000. The neighborly friendship of our area, our infrastructure, and our close proximity to major metropolitan areas make this an outstanding place to live. We are located in four seasons country and God paints our majestic vistas with different and breathtaking colors throughout the year.
The members of FUMC are as diverse and varied as the community it serves. We do not believe in any ethnic or social boundaries, as we are all brothers and sisters of our Lord and Savior. We gather and worship as the body of Christ, all providing their talents from God for His glorification and in service to the people of the community.

MISSION STATEMENT

 

First United Methodist Church is a community called together to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. 

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HISTORY
Our church's history begins soon after the formation of Mercer county in 1837, when the village of Princeton was formed. From circuit riders, a log church, to our present multi-building campus, our church has a long history of serving God in the area.

 

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STAFF
The staff of FUMC is always willing to answer your questions and help in any way possible.

 

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LOCATION
Our church is located at 100 Center Street (corner of Park Avenue and Center Street) in Princeton, WV.

 

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