Get Involved

Sunday Worship services will be streamed online on

Facebook and YouTube.

SUNDAY MORNING Opportunities
Serving on Sundays is great way to get involved! Greeters, Scripture Readers, Coffee Makers, doughnut sponsorship and more, Check out the link below to explore all the options!
One of the best ways to get to know new people and make connections is to join a small group! Bible Studies, Book Clubs, Specialty Classes and more! Please contact the office at (763)421-2378 if you have questions.
Sunday Mornings: 10:45am Jesus Was 33  **Exploring how the bible connects to lives today (Geared toward ages 20-40)
Wednesday Mornings: 10:00am  Bible Class lead by Rev. Stephan Perry in the upstairs lounge
Thursday Mornings: 7:00am Early Book Club at Baker’s Square Restaurant
                                 9:30am Bring Your Bible Class lead by Pastor Rachael in the upstairs lounge
Ministry of the Month: ACBC Food Shelf

The Ministry of the Month is ACBC Food Shelf. ACBC’s mission is to provide emergency food and clothing to Anoka County residents in need while maintaining the dignity of those we serve. If you would like to donate, make sure to write on the check or cash envelope that the donation is for ACBC.


Questions? Contact Rev. Laura Hannah                                                           

Schedule a visit with Pastor Laura
Are you interested in having a more personal conversation about how you or your family can get connected here at UMCA?
Schedule a time to visit with our Discipleship Pastor, Rev. Laura Hannah, today.
She’d love to get to know you and help you find the places where you can use your individual talents to find meaningful connection and personal growth.
To schedule a visit call 763-421-2378 or email
Keep up to date on all the current and upcoming events at UMCA by following the link below to our Weekly e-News letter.
Meals on Wheels
These are the weeks that Anoka United Methodist is responsible for delivering meals: April 20-24, 2020, June 1-5,2020
Look for the sign-up sheet for drivers prior to that week by the church office or contact our coordinator, Liz Balabon 763.753.2244

It’s here! A digital course on money for parents, designers, teachers, doctors, leaders, college graduates, spouses, and individuals who are curious how money can be a surprising partner in their ongoing transformation! A healthy relationship with money is less about wealth and income. It’s about knowing who you are and what is important to you so you can embrace your limits and live with freedom. This course will show you how. We have a class to discuss the online podcasts beginning on Sunday, March 1 @ 10:45 a.m. The cost is $80 per registration (individual or household.) Registration link

UMCA supports these organizations both financially and through volunteerism:
(To learn more just click on the link of your area of interest.)

ACBC: Local food shelf

The Sheridan Story: Offering food and assistance to Lincoln School families living close to the church.

Meals-On-Wheels: Delivery of meals to senior citizens.  Several weeks a year.

Red Cross Bloodmobile

O. C. Ministries: Building and supplying UM-related classrooms, clinics and churches in Jamaica, Liberia and Sierra Leone.  Collections twice a year.  Work team trips once or twice a year.

United Methodist Committee On Relief: Disaster relief throughout the world. Local disaster relief teams as needed.

Paul Webster: United Methodist missionary in Zambia specializing in agriculture.


Worship Sundays
9:30 a.m.
     Sunday School
Kids’ Classes at 10:00 a.m.
Youth/Adult Classes at 10:45 a.m.
(September – May)
Nursery Hours 
9:15 – 11:45 a.m.