Originally our church was called “United Brethren” and was founded in Durham in 1895. The first church building was wood framed, but was replaced in 1941 by the present structure, which is a sturdy, adobe church. United Brethren merged with the United Methodist Church in the 1970s, becoming a United Methodist Church and remains so today.
Our congregation is small, but mighty. We have been remodeling the rooms and grounds of the church for the last few years and we feel there has been a lot of progress in restoring the church for it’s congregation recently.
You are welcome to attend services at the Durham Community United Methodist Church each Sunday. We have a social hour in our fellowship hall after Sunday services and offer refreshments.
TWO BEAUTIFUL NEW STAINED GLASS WINDOWS DONATED TO THE CHURCH
Here is a video about the history of rural United Methodist Churches in America: