Herndon UMC offers a variety of service times and styles. During all worship services, the Nursery is available for children under 3 years old.  Also on Sundays (September through May), children (age 3 through 6th grade) are invited to KIDS Club. 

Learn more about the different worship services here. 

In the Summer, June - Labor Day

If you have missed a Sunday or will be away and want to hear the Sunday message, you can listen to the messages on SoundCloud.  Just follow the link below or go to the Sermon Library under Be Empowered on the main menu.

Sermon Library on SoundCloud.



Sunday Morning Hospitality

As we begin the summer season and return to our combined morning worship services, we will be continuing morning hospitality/fellowship to make a time that is most inviting and welcoming to our members and guests. 

On Sunday June 16 and then every Sunday after during the summer,  we will have a fellowship time by the sanctuary with water, lemonade and iced tea after the 10:00 combined service.

We continue to need your help to create warm and welcoming times of fellowship.

Please consider signing up for one Sunday to help provide hospitality in the form of cool drinks for our guests and our members. Drinks and supplies are supplied; we need help setting up and cleaning up. You can sign up here.

Please contact Beth Czerwinski, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

"The Unfinished Jar" -- Message for Jan 13

Based on the worsening conditions and the forecast for additional snow overnight, the decision was made to close Herndon UMC on Sunday, January 13.

The message for this week is the first in the new series, Fixer Upper: Stories of Restoration, Repurposing and Redemption. Pastor Jonathan recorded this week's message and you can view it through this link to YouTube.

Volunteer for Worship

If you are looking to get more involved, please contact the Office Manager about opportunities to serve in worship as a liturgist, usher, greeter, acolyte or communion assistant.