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9:00 am Blended Worship

Richfield United Methodist Church is an inclusive, progressive and generous community. These values are evident in our worship experiences. The 9:00 am worship is liturgical with contemporary elements blended into the service. We are a Biblically grounded community which seeks to be socially conscious in our life together.  Our congregation has a rich history of music. The Chancel Choir is directed by Paige Armstrong and accompanied by Nancy Dierauer. We also have an active Chancel Bell Choir and Children’s Choir. Our sanctuary has a “sacred space” for children to provide a place at the table for all ages. Children go to Sunday School following the Children’s message each Sunday. You can get a feel for our 9:00 am service by watching the videos on this page.

Communion: 1st Sunday each month

Children’s First Sunday: 1st Sunday each month, the children lead the liturgy, pray the prayers, and read scripture. The Children’s Choir sings and all children remain in the sanctuary for the entire service.

11:00 am Alternative Worship

The vision of Richfield United Methodist Church is to offer a place at the table for all who seek a church home. What better way to do that than have worship where people sit around a table? Our Alternative Worship seeks to provide an intimate worship experience where people are invited to connect with their neighbor. We seek to draw people into an active faith life through both traditional practices (Biblical, communion, prayer) and non-traditional expressions (secular music, table discussions, art). Victor Zupanc, Resident Music Director/Composer at the Tony Award-winning Children’s Theater Company of Minneapolis (CTC), leads the Living Waters band in providing amazing music.

Communion: 1st and 3rd Sundays


Podcast Prayer

A 10-12 minute prayer session for your commute, for healing, for life


Short Meditations

designed to bridge the gap between scripture and daily living.

Past Sermons

Listen to our past sermons. Find them at SoundCloud or in iTunes