During this time of navigating COVID-19, we want you to know that we are here for you. Whether you are looking for a place to worship on Sundays, needing prayer, seeking to grow in your faith through online studies, or looking for a place to serve, we are a church that strives to connect people. Please scan this page for an overview of what you can expect at Dunwoody UMC during this time. We will continue to update this page as changes occur.

For a full listing of specific announcements related to our different ministry areas, please read our weekly eConnections Newsletter. If you would like to start receiving the newsletter via email each Friday, please subscribe here.


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Grab your supper curbside to-go each Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Drive-thru pick up is under our Activities Building portico. Reservations must be made in advance and payment made online. There will be no walk up meals available. Please join us when we start back on January 13, 2021.



We know that this is a challenging time for everyone, and we want you to know that we’re here for you. If you need help or prayers, please let us know. You can request prayer via phone or online. Please check our prayer concern list (updated regularly) to remain in prayer for the members of our congregation. To view more options for support and care, please click here.


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Disciple 1 Fast Track

Disciple Fast Track, is an adaptation of the original, Disciple Bible Study. This study, led by Scott and Cheryl Dunbar, provides a viable option for busy people seeking comprehensive engagement over time with the entire biblical text. Fast Track is a 24-week study with 12 weeks each in the Old Testament and New Testaments. Participants read a manageable 3-5 chapters of the Bible daily in preparation for the weekly meetings, which last approximately 75 minutes. Each week there is a short video clip, opportunity for discussion, and growing in community with other participants. The Small Group will begin on Sunday evening, October 3rd, at 5 p.m. Cost is $32.00 per person.

The Problem of Pain

Have you ever thought something like, "If God were good, He would make His creatures perfectly happy, and if He were almighty He would be able to do what he wished, But the creatures are not happy. Therefore, God lacks either goodness or power or both?" Also, how could a benevolent and loving God allow the suffering we see all around us everyday? For help answering these questions, join us for a 6 week study of C.S. Lewis' "The Problem of Pain" starting Tuesday, October 5th at 7 p.m. in the Young Adult Suite.

To purchase a book online, click here.


Words of Life – The Ten Commandments

Nearly everyone has heard of the Ten Commandments. Jesus saw these commandments not as a burden, but a guidepost to help make life beautiful. Join Rev. Kathy Brockman (at 4:30 p.m.) or David and Joy Melton (at 7:00 p.m.) in a ten week Wednesday night study as we explore a modern look at the Ten Commandments in light of a historical context and understanding them as Jesus interpreted them.


Disciple Four

Rev. Kathy Brockman and Megan Cann will be resuming their Disciple Bible Study at the church. This year, the group will be covering Disciple Four, Under the Tree of Life. Please contact Megan at megancann00@hotmail.com with any questions or if you are interested so that appropriate materials may be purchased.

DUMC Outdoor Ministry

The Outdoor Ministry of DUMC is for those who:

  • -Wish to enhance their spiritual life
  • -Have the desire to get outside and experience nature (no experience necessary!)
  • -Seek a closer relationship to the community of faith
  • -Try new things, learn new skills, and experience new places
The Outdoor Ministry of DUMC is designed to bring together active adults who are seeking God in Christian fellowship together with those with similar interests. Some of us find the “barrier” between God and ourselves is thinner when in nature.

You may have experience, have participated in outdoor activities earlier in life, or have no experience whatsoever. All that is required is desire.


Jack O’Lantern Jubilee

Join us in the parking lot for pumpkin decorating and carving! We will have cookie decorating, cider and a Pumpkin Carving Competition! Each family will receive a large pumpkin for carving. Bring your own carving tools if you have them! Winners will be announced at 6:45 p.m. RSVP HERE. Drop in any time and have a take-out tailgate in the parking lot. Either order dinner from the Wednesday Night Supper crew (reservations required in advance and must be made by Monday, October 25 at noon) or bring your own dinner!

Wednesday Kids

Kindergarten - 5th graders are invited to join us on Wednesday nights for dinner, fellowship and games as we dig deeper into our monthly Bible themes.

Club 45 Evenings

Club 45 Evenings offer 4th and 5th graders a monthly meeting aimed solely at their age group. We’ll use the monthly Children’s theme used in all other programming for the month, but delivered in a single worship service. In addition, the kids will fellowship across a meal and participate in interactive activities aimed at digging deeper into the lesson and building community.

This is a drop off event, but please walk your child(ren) to the meeting space to check in before leaving.

The fall meeting dates are:

September 12

October 17

November 14

December 12

Youth Ministry Updates

There's lots of ways to stay connected with our Youth Ministry, including daily devotionals, opportunities to join a small group and regular Facebook/Instagram Live sessions! Subscribe to Youth News to receive weekly email updates.


Now Available: DUMC’S “Our Story” Podcast

We are thrilled to connect with you through our brand new podcast: Our Story! Subscribe today across all platforms (Apple and Google Podcast, Anchor.FM, Spotify, Stitcher, Overcast, etc.) We look forward to bringing you fresh content from our clergy each Wednesday.