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Welcome to Dayton UMC


It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’ve been, or what you’ve done, you matter to God—and that means you matter to us.
We’re so glad you’re here. Please find more about who we are by clicking the links below.

SERVICE TIMES

Sunday Morning – 8:00am: Traditional Service | 9:30am & 11:00am: Contemporary Service | Children’s Ministry Available at 9:30 and 11:00 Services
Sunday Night – 5:30pm: Overhaul Youth Group | 6:00pm: Broken Chains Biker Ministry – 1301 N 14th St. Lafayette, IN
Monday Night – 6:30pm: FUEL Casual Service


WhatWeBelieve

What We Believe

Learn more about the basics of what the Bible teaches concerning our relationship with Jesus Christ.
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Our Ministries

Learn more about the core ministries of Dayton United Methodist has to offer you.
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Meet the Staff

Get to know our staff. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to accommodate you.
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Newcomers

We want to make your visit a welcoming one! We look forward to meeting you!
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Discipleship Pathway

A disciple is someone who follows the teachings of another. At Dayton, our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Our discipleship pathway is a list of some essential tools that we believe will help individuals become dedicated followers of Jesus.

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Recent Blog Posts


Recent Posts

  • Today is a joyful day in the life of Dayton UM Church! Today we baptize 16 and renew the baptisms of 3 others! Baptism is a profession of faith in Jesus Christ. Those being baptized claim …Read More »
  • Life that Matters

    Life that Matters

    Inside every human being is a longing to count for something. Part of what I believe it means to bear the image of God is a desire to live a life that matters. And God has …Read More »
  • Amazing Athletes

    Amazing Athletes

    The Olympics began on Friday. We have already seen some amazing performances by some of the best athletes in the world. The first American gold medal went to Ginny Thrasher in precision shooting at a 10-meter …Read More »