Our church is 107 years old and is dedicated to Making God's Love Real within our own congregation and in the community we serve.
When you visit our church, you will find:
We look forward to welcoming you. Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors!
Join us this month as we celebrate African American History Month!
Our theme is "A Cry for Justice: The Struggle Continues"
We hope you will join us and invite others as well. For any questions, please contact Yolanda Robinson.
Braden United Methodist Church has a position open for a Director of Music. The candidate
must have a high school and some formal musical education and/or training. Must be able to
read music, have excellent keyboard skills namely piano, organ, etc., have experience in
directing a choir, and be able to work with the pastor, staff and ministries and church members
to maintain a smooth flow of worship services and other activities.
.Please see this page for the complete job description and other details.
Braden now has a beautiful Memorial Garden, dedicated on October 11, 2015. If yiou would like to purchase a brick, selling for $107, to be added to the garden, please contact Yolanda Durden.
Sermon: Going From Disgrace to Dignity.
Scripture: Mark 5: 1-15
Due to the inclement weather, we have decided to do the afternoon and evening Bible Study classes by conference call for the next 3 weeks. Each class will last for 1 hour. The afternoon class will start at 12:30 – 1:30 and the evening class will be from 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The call is toll free, if you are charged, please inform the church office and we will reimburse you if you carrier refuses. The conference call number is:
Conference call number: 408-418-5050
Access Code: 386-2700
The topics for Wednesday, February 3rd:
"Where Do We Go From Here" (Mark 5: 1-20)
The Christian Education Team has decided the Theme for this year Black History month is “Where do we go from here?” We know the history, we know the problems, but we will try to address the solutions in this study. We will talk about some honest truths that some might not want to hear, but so be it.
The America we thought we knew is gone. We are a nation following our leaders willingly into economic, moral, and political decline. No longer is our country based on godly principles and morality. What are Christians to do?
It is not time to despair even as we face these difficult realities. 200 years of black history are behind us to show that African Americans do not need freedom or ease to be faithful. God’s work, His calling on His people, can be fulfilled no matter what.