Epworth United Methodist Church
Serving God and our community since 1905
Sunday Worship: 9:00am
Join us, we would love to meet you!
We extend a special welcome to those who are single, married, divorced, gay, straight, active duty, veteran, filthy rich, or dirt poor. We extend a special welcome to crying newborns, those who are skinny as a rail or could afford to lose a few pounds. Or more than a few 🙂 You’re welcome here if you’re “just browsing,” just woke up or just got out of jail. We don’t care if you’re more religious than the Pope, more Methodist than Wesley, or haven’t been in church since little Joey’s baptism. Just come. Come exactly as you are, and let God do something amazing.
Worship is every Sunday morning at 9:00am. There is a fully staffed, loving nursery if you need it, but we also welcome kids of any age in worship. Worship lasts about 75 minutes, followed by coffee, goodies, and conversation in the Fireside Room.
If you can’t make it in person, join us for worship by watching the sermon on Facebook Live at 9:30am on Pastor Dawn’s Facebook page, or tuning into KVLV at 9:30am.
- Sunday School classes for all ages Sundays 10:30am
- Women’s Bible Study Mondays 3:30pm
- Pub Theology Thursdays 5:30pm at Sandwinds Restaurant
Serving God and One Another
- Fallon Daily Bread free community meal Mondays and Thursdays 5:15pm – 6:15pm Cooked and served by local churches, schools, community groups, Navy personnel, and more
- Epworth Food Pantry Mondays 10am – 1pm
- Shower and Laundry Services Mondays and Tuesdays 9am – 1pm
- We participate in a variety of projects that come up during the year to benefit Fallon charities and nonprofits.
- We look for ways we can share the love of God across the United States and around the world through mission projects, disaster relief, and donating to various causes.
For More Information
- Check out our website at www.epworthfallon.org
- Like us on Facebook!
- Call the church office at 423-4714
- Contact Pastor Dawn by phone at the church office, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. She would love to hear from you!
Members meet every 2nd & 4th Thursdays, except Nov, then 2nd Thursday only, at 93 W Center St. Fallon, NV
Community dinners every 1st & 3rd Friday of every month.
Sunday Community breakfast coming soon!
The Nevada Elks Major Project, Inc., a corporation within the Nevada State Elks Association, pledges its commitment to addressing the unmet needs of children suffering abuse, neglect or exploitation, throughout the State of Nevada, by developing a program of support services funding to aid these children, without discrimination.
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The Grange provides opportunities for individuals and families to develop to their highest potential in order to build stronger communities and states as well as a stronger nation through fellowship, service and legislation.
William N. Pennington Life Center
The William N. Pennington Life Center (formerly Churchill County Senior Center) is located next to the Churchill County Museum on the historical Maine Street. This beautiful $5-million creation is the pinnacle of the community as it boasts an “intergenerational” aspect for Fallon and Churchill County.
For information and current programs and Services offered, please call us at 775-423-7096 or stop and visit us at 952 South Maine Street, Fallon.
We open 8am to 4:30pm weekdays. We serve Soup of the Day at 11am and Lunch is served at 11:30-12:30 each day. This is an opportunity to bring people together from all over the area to socialize, enjoy a hot, delicious, nutritious lunch, sharing in the daily news and weekly activities and events and enjoying each other’s company. Volunteers are a vital part of the operations, providing help in all areas of the Center. Meals On Wheels is more than a meal, delivering a meal each day to those who are unable to come to lunch at the center, for health or mobility reasons. Homebound are provided a daily check to support their independence, which allows many to stay in their own home, avoiding early institutionalization.
Homemakers are available to provide basic housekeeping services, grocery shopping, prescription pick up and transportation to medical appointments to those persons age 60 and over who are unable to perform daily activities and qualify under grant standards.
Nevada Care Connection is our Resource Center that provides assistance to Nevada seniors, age 60 and over, family and caregivers, all persons with a disability and anyone planning for future long term care needs. Our Resource Specialist helps consumers become aware of their choices, empowers them to make informed decisions and facilitates easy access to public and private long-term support and services. In addition to the assessment process, they are assisted with developing a plan for services and identifying and assisting with access and applications for the following, including but not limited to: caregiver support, advocacy and assistance, housing, personal care services, transportation, independent living services, health and medical needs, future planning, employment, recreation and many more.
Call 775-423-7096 to make an appointment with the Resource Specialist.
We have Exercise classes three times a week, Bingo on Tuesdays, and Craft classes, Scrapbooking, and Mexican Dominoes weekly. Stop by and pick up our latest Menu, Activities Calendar and Newsletter to be part of “Generations Joined”.
We would love to show you around our new facility.