Who Are We?
The purpose of Roeland Park United Methodist Church is summarized in our Mission Statement:

Connecting people to Christ and Christ to people.

We exist to celebrate God’s presence through worship. We offer a Sunday worship service with both contemporary and traditional aspects. We worship through singing, commitment, praying, studying God’s word, giving, baptism, the Lord’s Supper, and meditating. Every Sunday, we gather for fellowship at 10 a.m. in our social hall and have coffee and cookies, a great opportunity to connect with others. Sunday School is at 9 a.m.

Our Mission
Connecting people to Christ and Christ to people.

Our Vision
To become a visible community of Christ-like relationships, building a spiritual legacy of encouragement and hope for Roeland Park and the surrounding communities.

Our Stewardship Statement
As God’s stewards, we will support the mission and ministries of our church with our time, spiritual gifts, prayers and financial resources.

Our congregation began as a Sunday School class in 1911. Originally we were an Evangelical United Brethren Church. In 1968, we became a United Methodist Church. We are part of the Great Plains Conference.

Sunday Worship

10:30 a.m. – Service with aspects of contemporary and traditional worship. Music is provided by the Praise Team and occasional vocalists, Chancel Choir, and Hand Bell Choir. Open prayer time is followed by an uplifting message. The sacrament of the Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.

9 a.m. — Sunday School

10 a.m. — We invite you to come to the fellowship time in the Social Hall where you can meet people and have coffee and cookies. This is a good opportunity to get to know one another.

If you are interested in membership or if you have questions about a program or about Roeland Park United Methodist Church, please call the Pastor or the Administrative Assistant at (913) 432-0235 or e-mail your inquiry to: info@roelandparkumc.org.