Wednesday Night Supper

Find great food and fun fellowship at Dunwoody UMC’s Wednesday Night Supper and give yourself a mid-week break from dinner preparations. Serving lines open at 5:30 p.m. Although families are welcome throughout the dinner hour, we suggest 5:45 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. to help families dine together between activities designated for children and parents. Takeout meals also are available. Reservations are required by Monday, 12:00 p.m.

Make a Reservation:

The weekly deadline for Wednesday Night Supper reservations is Monday at 12:00 p.m. When calling or emailing your reservation, please include your name, the number of adult meals and the number of children’s meals.

Online - Visit the DUMC Calendar, click the “Wednesday Night Supper” link on the date you want to attend, click “Register” and follow the prompts.

Phone - Call our reception desk at 770-394-0675 by 12:00 p.m. on Monday.

Email - Contact by 12:00 p.m. on Monday.


5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Adults $8
Children (age 3 - 8) $5
Children under age 3 FREE
Family Maximum $26

When you prepay for the Aug. 14 – Dec. 4 dinner package, you will save $1.00 off the adult price and $0.50 off the children's price. Prepay via credit card online, with a check or cash at the check-in table. Payment is due by Aug. 21 to take advantage of the discounted price. For questions, please contact Robin Yearns.

Midweek Prayer Service

If you are seeking a spiritual lift at mid-week, join us for this liturgical worship service that includes prayer and music. The service is led by various clergy and includes a celebration of Holy Communion each week.

Learn More about other worship services
6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.


Wednesdays feature a variety of activities for children through 5th grade to help grow faith-based friendships. Each activity is geared toward a specific age group and includes fun and fellowship.

Lil’ Lambs

This choir for three-year-olds is an introduction to singing, moving, creating and playing with emphasis on the preparation to participate in worship. Li'l Lambs is limited to 20 children, with new members joining in January and August each year. Singers must be three years old by August 31. Performances vary.

Cherub Choir

Open to preschoolers and kindergartners age 4 (by September 1) through age 5. Cherubs are introduced to singing in their “singing voice," playing rhythm instruments, and what it means to be a choir. The children learn that through music, even the youngest of God’s children can participate in worship.

Carol Choir

Carol Choir is for first and second-graders. It builds on musical knowledge learned in Cherub Choir and encourages young singers through fun with music and participation in worship. Special events include musicals, concerts and the family Christmas Eve service. Performances vary.

Crusader Choir

The Crusader Choir develops the vocal and musical skills of children in third-fifth grade. Members begin singing in parts, expand their knowledge of musical notation and begin preparation for leadership in the worship services. Special events for the year include musicals, concerts and community outreach.

Children’s Tone Chime Choir

This beginning choir uses tone chimes, which are similar to hand bells, and is for third through fifth-graders. Music experience is helpful, but not required. Performances are at various services throughout the year.


Wednesdays offer several small groups to helps adults grow in their spiritual life and connect with a small, more intimate group. Many of these multi-week sessions are held in the morning and repeated in the evening to accommodate adults of all ages. Click here to learn more about current Small Group Studies.


4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m.

Young Adult Suite

The Young Adult Suite is open for parents, providing a comfortable place to sit and enjoy fellowship time while children are engaged in choir, Promise Kids or other activities.

Parenting & Relationship Presentations

Upcoming session times

and locations to be announced

Counselors from the Summit Counseling Center at DUMC address issues facing today's families, including mental health tips for parents of adolescents, typical adolescents vs. signs and symptoms of mental health, and marriage advice.

Chancel Choir Rehearsal

7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Adult Choir Room

The Chancel Choir sings during worship services and presents special concerts in the church and community. New members are welcome, and no audition is required to join.