College Student Care Packages

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College Care Package Items Requested by April 7

The College Care Package Team requests donations for the spring care packages that help let our college students know their church family loves them and is thinking about them.

  • Travel Tissue Packs
  • Post-it Notes
  • Kind Bars
  • Microwave Popcorn
  • Monetary Contributions for Mailing Costs

Many thanks to Mike Kelly for donating M&Ms and other candies!

Donations are requested by April 7. Contacts: Jane Currie, Lisa Guise, Lindsey Hall, Becky Hackenson and Barb Terry.

Lent & Easter

Encountering Christ

Throughout Lent, we will look more closely at five biblical characters who were deeply impacted by Jesus, both before crucifixion and after his resurrection. Scroll down for details about the all church Lenten book study.

Sunday Worship

  • Brighton Campus
    • 9:30 am Worship* and Sunday School/Nursery
    • Fellowship Time after each service
    • 11:00 am Band-Led Worship* and Children’s Message/Nursery
    • *Livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube
  • Whitmore Lake Campus
    • 9:15 am Worship
    • Fellowship Time after service
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Palm Sunday, March 24

Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!

  • Brighton Campus
    • 9:30 am Worship* and Sunday School/Nursery
    • Fellowship Time after each service
    • 11:00 am Band-Led Worship* and Children’s Message/Nursery
    • *Livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube
  • Whitmore Lake Campus
    • 9:15 am Worship
    • Fellowship Time after service
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Easter Sunday, March 31

Hallelujah! Christ Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed! You are invited to worship on this day of triumph and hope.

  • Brighton Campus
    • 7:15 am Sunrise Worship in Memorial Garden
    • 9:30 am Worship* and Sunday School/Nursery
    • Fellowship Time after each service
    • 11:00 am Band-Led Worship* and Children’s Message/Nursery
    • *Livestreamed on Facebook and YouTube
  • Whitmore Lake Campus
    • 9:15 am Worship
    • Fellowship Time after service
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Dedicate Easter flowers that will decorate the sanctuary in honor or memory of someone dear to you. The church pays $20-$50 per plant. Your donation in whatever amount you are able to give will help offset the cost of the flowers. After Easter the flowers are planted in the gardens on campus.

Order online or with the envelopes at church (Community Room-Brighton Campus or Upper Hall-Whitmore Lake Campus) by March 24 You can pay online or by check (mark “Easter flowers” on your giving envelope or check memo line).

Lenten-Easter Event Calendar



Children, Student, and Family Ministry Coordinator


First UMC – Brighton & Whitmore Lake is hiring a Children, Student, and Family Ministry Coordinator (full-time, 40 hours/week, benefits). If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children, students and their families, check out the job description and apply via Indeed. Your application by April 30 is appreciated! If you know someone perfect for the job, let them know about it!

Please apply via Indeed.

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Easter Food Baskets

Easter Food Baskets 2024
This Easter season you can help provide a box of nutritious food for families in Whitmore Lake facing food insecurity. There are several family-friendly ways to participate. Contact Rev. Jon Reynolds,

  • Wednesday, March 20 (10:30 am): Meet at Kroger in Brighton with your car/truck or SUV to help us pick up the grocery order, then transport the groceries to the Whitmore Lake Campus. Help set up for food basket packing.
  • Thursday, March 21 (7-8 pm): Help pack 40 food baskets. Work by yourself, with a partner or as a family.
  • Friday, March 22: Place phone calls to food basket recipients letting them know when their food will be delivered, or when they can come to pick up the food at the church on Saturday March 23.
  • Saturday, March 23 (9:45 am): Help distribute the Easter Food Baskets. We need 15 drivers to deliver the food boxes to families in the Whitmore Lake community. Two people (or families) are needed to stay at the church to distribute the Food Baskets to those recipients that will be picking them up.

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Online Worship

Worship is livestreamed at 9:30 am and 11 am Sundays on Facebook Live or our YouTube Channel.  Follow our channels to get notifications when we go live.

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Lenten Study

All-Church Study Begins Mid February

You are invited to join a church-wide Lenten study on The Third Day, Living the Resurrection by Tom Berlin. The book follows the encounters of several individuals with the risen Christ. Join Peter, Mary Magdalene, and Thomas as they feel the despair of losing Jesus and the surprise and joy that awaits them in the resurrection. This study traces events around these characters, along with Paul and the disciples at Emmaus, and how the resurrection transforms their lives.

 Join a small group study, or read the book independently. Copies of the book are available in the Brighton Campus office or at the Whitmore Lake Campus. Digital copies are also available for purchase through and other retailers. A video component complements the study, which may be viewed on Amplify Media.  To register for your free Amplify Media account visit

Sunday Morning Studies

Brighton Campus

  • 9:30 am, starting Feb. 18
  • 11 am, starting Feb. 18

Whitmore Lake Campus

  • 10:30 am, starting Feb. 11

Additional Groups Include

  • 9 am, Tuesdays, Men with Tools
  • 1 pm Thursdays, Women of the Word
Tom Berlin serves as bishop of the Southeastern Jurisdiction of the United Methodist Church. Prior to being elected Bishop, he served as lead pastor of Floris United Methodist Church in suburban Washington, D.C. Tom is a graduate of Virginia Tech and Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He is the author of numerous books, among them Reckless Love, Courage, Restored, Defying Gravity, The Generous Church, as well as the coauthor (with Lovett Weems) of Bearing Fruit, Overflow, and High Yield.


Register online to participate in a small group Lenten study or contact the church office for more information: 810-229-8561

Easter Egg Hunt

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Children and their families are invited to a FREE outdoor Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, March 16 (10 am Brighton Campus, 1 pm Whitmore Lake Campus). We are so excited to share the joy of Easter with you and your children and grandchildren!

Please register in advance (click on the location of your choice below). We’ll have different areas for the egg hunt to help spread things out. Siblings are welcome to hunt for eggs in the same area.

If you’d like to donate candy or plastic eggs, donations are being requested to prepare 2,000 eggs. Please drop off individually wrapped nut-free candy/chocolate at the Brighton or Whitmore Lake campuses by March 3. No homemade treats. Thank you!

Volunteers are needed: sign up here.

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Blanket Sunday

Blanket Sunday, Oct. 29 & Nov. 5

The goal of Blanket Sunday is to raise funds for the purchase of warm blankets through a Church World Service (CWS) program. CWS distributes these heavy-duty blankets around the world to refugees, immigrants, people suffering from the effects of natural disasters, the homeless, or simply those in need for whatever reason.  Every $10 donated provides one blanket for a family experiencing financial hardship or natural disaster this winter. We hope you’ll help spread comfort and warmth this holiday season by donating to the Church World Service Blanket Sunday on Oct. 29 and Nov. 5. Volunteers will be in the community room or call the church office for more information.
You can also use the online giving portals (see links below) or you can send Blanket donations by check made out to First United Methodist Church of Brighton. Please send to 400 E. Grand River Ave., Brighton, MI 48116.

Facebook Fundraisers

If you are a Facebook user, you can create your own Facebook Fundraiser for First United Methodist Church!

Ready to start your Facebook Fundraiser? Just follow these steps:


Get Started

Click here to start creating your fundraiser through First UMC – Brighton Campus

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Transit Equity Day

By Anne Sparling and Pam Kummer

Co-Directors Economic Justice Project

Church and Society Committee, First UMC-Brighton & Whitmore Lake

We wanted to share with you our excitement about what God is doing in our work. A little over a year ago the need for adequate public transportation was made known to us by our own Mary Kushner, who works faithfully and diligently at Torch 180 in Fowlerville. Torch 180 trains young adults with disadvantages to work in the restaurant business. Mary shared that some of the students struggle to keep employment because of the lack of adequate public transportation.

So, advocating for expanding public transit in Livingston County has been one of our project’s goals for the past year. In 2022, we showed our appreciation to the Livingston Essential Transportation Service (LETS) staff in a little celebration at the LETS garage with about a dozen people present. It was the first celebration of Rosa Parks/Transit Equity Day, national day of action observed on Rosa Parks’ birthday, Feb. 4). It was a start.

On Feb. 3, 2023, we held our second annual Rosa Parks/Transit Equity Day celebration at Torch 180 with about 40 people in attendance, enjoying pancakes using Rosa Parks’ recipe and a full breakfast. We partnered with the Transportation Coalition, Sierra Club, Torch 180 and Molina Health to plan and carry out this special event. Molina Health presented us with a check to fund the breakfast. The representative from Molina shared how touched she was by the testimonies people gave about how expanding public transit has improved lives.

Appreciation and recognition was shown to Putnam, Unadilla and Hamburg townships for their efforts to expand public transportation. The LETS staff was shown appreciation for the wonderful services they provide for our community, the Sierra Club and our Church and Society was shown appreciation as well.

We were excited that a representative from Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin’s office attended and expressed appreciation for our efforts. Two of our county commissioners came and one commissioner made a point of letting us know how inspiring our celebration was and pledged to work on this issue. We were also able to get the cities of Brighton and Howell to recognize and proclaim Feb. 3 as Rosa Parks Transit Equity Day.

The celebration was everything we hoped for and more. God was present and people were inspired. Doing this work has been rewarding in so many ways. We get to meet and work with wonderful folks from our community that care about people and are working to help people in Livingston County flourish. We are all growing in our understanding of the needs in our community and get to see other people grow as well.

We would like to invite you to be part of this work. The Economic Community Project meets once a month on the third Tuesday at 7 pm on Zoom. Contact Anne Sparling or Pam Kummer for details.

Advent & Christmas 2023

Sunday Worship

You’re invited to Advent Worship Services all season long. The first Sunday of advent will be celebrated Nov. 26.

  • Brighton Campus: 9:30 and 11 am
  • Whitmore Lake Campus: 9:15 am
  • Online Livestream: 9:30 am on Facebook and YouTube

Sunday School, 9:30 am

Children are invited to attend Sunday School 9:30 – 10:30 am. Find the check in table downstairs below the sanctuary. Drop off before worship and pick up afterwards. You’ll find two classes: pre-k through first grade and second through sixth grade. No Sunday School Dec. 24 or Dec. 31. Learn more

Children’s Message, 11 am

Children (pre-k through sixth grade) are invited to worship with their parents through the first three songs, then they may meet their teachers in the back of the sanctuary for a short lesson and activity. They will return to the sanctuary during the offering time, before the closing songs. No Children’s Message Dec. 24. Learn more


Nursery care is provided for children (ages 12 to 36 months) of families attending worship (both services) or Sunday School at the Brighton Campus.

Sign-in at the Check-in table outside the nursery room (lower level in the Children’s Ministry wing underneath the Sanctuary) and pick-up from the nursery room.

Youth Group

Meets Wednesdays 6-7:30 pm at The Well. Grades 5-8 meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Grades 9-12 meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month. Contact Allison Vitale, Learn more

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Decorate for Christmas Eve

Your donation of $23 per plant will help decorate the sanctuaries for Christmas Eve. You may, if you choose, give in honor or in memory of someone special. Following the 9 pm service on Christmas Eve, you may take home a plant. Those not picked up in the week following will be shared with homebound parishioners. Donate online or designate “Christmas Flowers” on your check.

Christmas Eve Services All Day

Sunday, Dec. 24

Each service includes Holy Communion, candle lighting, Christmas music and message.

Whitmore Lake Campus

  • 2 pm – Christmas Eve service with music led by Mike Tooman

Brighton Campus

  • 11 am – Christmas Eve worship designed for young children and their families
  • 5 pm – Band-led Worship, Candles and Glowsticks, includes a special Children’s Moment
  • 7 pm* – Hymns with Choir and Handbells, Candles and Glowsticks
  • 9 pm – Hymns with Choir and Handbells, Candles and Glowsticks


Worship Sunday, Dec. 31

Happy New Year! Enjoy a Christmas Carol Sing-along!

Note: one service only at Brighton Campus.

  • Brighton Campus – 11:00 am (and online)
  • Whitmore Lake Campus – 9:15 am

Advent Studies

Advent, A Season of Surprises by Scott Chrostek

Rev. Chrostek’s devotional guide leans into the anticipation we feel around Advent. No one could anticipate the surprise that awaited humankind with the birth of Jesus. Two thousand years later, we still look forward in expectation, wondering what lies next. What’s coming next for you?  What’s next in your life beyond the presents, the family gatherings, and the Christmas traditions?  What are you anticipating in your life?  What are you dreading? Share this special time with a small group study.
Wednesdays at 6:30 pm, Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 13, 20
Cookies & Community Advent Study at the Brighton Campus

In addition to the all-church Wednesday night study, you can join one of these small group:

Whitmore Lake Advent Study / April Schauer / Sundays / following 9:15 am worship
Sunday Study Group / Bruce Stark / Sundays / 11 am
Men with Tools / George Lutz / Tuesdays / 9 am
Wednesday Morning Studies / Sue Urban / Wednesdays / 9:30 am
Small Group Bible Study / Deb de Laski-Smith / Wednesdays / 7:00 pm
Wednesday Small Group / Rick and Sherry Slade / Wednesdays / 7:00 pm
Women of the Word / Anne Walters / Fridays / 12:30 pm
Men of Faith / Bruce Stark / Saturdays / 9 am

Sign up online or contact Pastor Lindsey Hall,

Advent Devotions

The devotional book Why this Jubilee? Advent Reflections on Songs of the Season by James C. Howell is also available in the church office.

Events & Missions

There are many ways to open your heart and prepare for Christmas. Find a mission, donate a coat, socks or mittens, come to a worship service. We look forward to sharing this special time with you.

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Gifts of Hope

Dec. 3 Deadline for Gifts of Hope

Gifts of Hope provides Christmas gifts for Livingston County foster children. You can sponsor a child by donating money, gift cards or shopping from a wish list. Each sponsorship is approximately $100 (you can participate at any giving level). Contact Mary Kushner to become a sponsor, or 810-220-2820. In 2022 we provided gifts for 46 children in foster care.

Deadline for dropping off gifts is Dec. 3 (foster families will pick up the gifts Dec. 9). Thank you for spreading hope this Christmas!

Mitten Tree 2023

Hat & Mitten Tree

With your donations, the Christmas trees in the Brighton and Whitmore Lake Campuses will be adorned with new hats, scarves, mittens and gloves. At the end of the season the items will be distributed to people in need through local nonprofits.

Salvation Army Red Kettles
First United Methodist Church volunteers will be bell ringers at  Salvation Army “red kettle” sites during the Christmas holiday season. Contact Agnes Hoshal if you are interested in volunteering.

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Coats for Cass & St. Andrews

Dec. 3-10, the United Methodist Women’s Dorcas Circle is collecting new or clean, gently used coats (men’s, women’s and children’s) and men’s thermal underwear and backpacks. If you can volunteer to drive the donations to Cass Community Social Services the week of Dec. 10, that would be super helpful!

Contact Judy Lytwynec

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Sock Drive

The United Methodist Women are collecting non-slip socks to give to the residents at Regency of Whitmore Lake. Our goal is 126 pairs of new socks so that every resident gets a new pair of socks by Dec. 18.

Contact Darla Miller

Membership Classes

Is Joining the Church Your Next Step?

Pastor Lindsey will lead a New Member Class at the Brighton Campus on Sunday, Sept. 10, 17, 24 at 6 pm. Learn more about the United Methodist Church and how you can be part of its mission to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Contact Pastor Lindsey.

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Miss Lisa

Miss Lisa Retires
Join us in thanking Lisa Guise for her 30 years of work with First Steps Preschool. This Spring, Lisa — or  “Miss Lisa” as hundreds of children and parents in our community know her — shared that she will retire at the end of this school year.

During her tenure as Director of the First Steps Preschool, the program has flourished. She has served as both Director and teacher offering her administrative and personable gifts to parents and children alike. Lisa has also been an important part of the church staff and volunteer Sunday School teacher. She attended weekly staff meetings and did everything she could to support and plan events for children and their families.

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Meet the New Pastors

The Rev. Lindsey Hall and the Rev. Jon Reynolds have been appointed by Bishop David Bard to serve as co-pastors for First United Methodist Church – Brighton and Whitmore Lake Campuses, effective July 1, 2020. Their first Sunday in worship will be Sunday, July 5 — online only.

They are excited to begin a new ministry in Brighton and Whitmore Lake with First UMC. Several “meet and greet” opportunities are scheduled — both online and in person. To help keep everyone safe, please sign up for an event. If you sign up for an online event, you will be emailed a link to the Zoom conference. If you have any trouble signing up online, call the office at 810-229-8561.

Welcome the Whole Family

Drive-by the Parsonage

Sunday, July 5, 12:00 – 1:00 pm

“Welcome Joshua (age 4) and Lydia (age 2)  — and their parents, Pastors Jon and Lindsey, too — to First Church.”

Please extend a warm welcome to the Reynolds-Hall family by driving by the parsonage located at 7608 Brookview Court (Mt. Brighton subdivision), on July 5, between Noon-1pm.

If you would like to bring a welcome gift for Joshua or Lydia (and Jon and Lindsey), that would be wonderful. Ideas:  Joshua and Lydia both love outside summer things such as shovels and buckets for the sandbox, water balloons, bubbles, chalk, flowers, etc. They also love Curious George books. Joshua loves Legos and science experiments. Lydia loves anything purple. She also has fun with bracelets and purses.

Being new to the area, gift cards to your favorite restaurant or store are perfect for Jon and Lindsey. Monetary contributions to welcome the Reynolds-Hall family may be made via the Church (drop off or mail to400 E Grand River Ave, Brighton MI 48116).

Let’s show them a warm and loving First Church welcome! No registration needed for the drive-by.

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Introducing Pastors Lindsey and Jon

Dear Members of First UMC Brighton and Whitmore Lake,

Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ! We have been praying for you and our church from the moment we learned that the Bishop appointed us to be Co-Senior Pastors of Brighton and Whitmore Lake. We are so excited to move to Brighton in a little less than a week. We have been inspired by your faithfulness, generosity, commitment to mission and your hospitality. Our children, Joshua (4) and Lydia (2), were so excited to see inside the beautiful parsonage and they are excited to make new friends in our community.

As you read this letter, perhaps you are curious to know a little more about us. Lindsey grew up in Nebraska and Jon grew up in Michigan. We met nearly halfway in between in the northern suburbs of Chicago in Evanston, IL. We met the first day of orientation at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and the rest is history. We got married shortly after our third year of school there and quickly moved to Michigan to start new ministry positions at Birmingham First United Methodist Church and Rochester St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. Lindsey loves to walk, tap dance, camp, and enjoys coffee and chocolate. Jon is an avid Tigers fan, and in his spare time he loves to ride his bicycle.

We could not be more honored to be your pastors and look forward to worshipping with you, growing disciples in small groups, serving together in mission, challenging each other in our faith and helping each other to develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ. God is up to wonderful things in our church!

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New Pastor Appointments

The Rev. Lindsey Hall and the Rev. Jon Reynolds have been appointed by Bishop David Bard to serve as co-pastors for First United Methodist Church – Brighton and Whitmore Lake Campuses, effective July 1, 2020.

Pastors Jon and Lindsey are married and have two children, Joshua (age 4) and Lydia (age 2). Jon grew up in Clarkston, Michigan and attended Albion College where he studied Philosophy and Political Science. After college, Pastor Jon was called into ministry while working as an intern at Cass Community UMC in Detroit. Pastor Jon attended Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary in Chicago where he met Lindsey. After seminary, Jon served as an Associate Pastor at St. Paul’s UMC in Rochester, Michigan where he helped launch two worship services and focused on reaching young adults. Pastor Jon currently serves as an Associate Pastor at Cass Community UMC. Outside of church, Jon loves biking, walking the dogs, and the Detroit Tigers!

Rev. Lindsey was raised in Lincoln, Nebraska and graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University where she studied Communications and Theatre Arts. After college, Lindsey served as a missionary with the General Board of Global Ministries in Hawaii, working with children and youth. Called to ministry, Pastor Lindsey attended Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary and earned a Master of Divinity in 2013. Pastor Lindsey has served at Birmingham First UMC since 2012 as an Associate Pastor for Discipleship and Contemporary Worship. Rev. Lindsey loves mission work, small group discipleship, preaching, and working with people of all ages. Lindsey loves singing, dancing, drinking coffee, eating chocolate, and visiting her family in Nebraska and Texas.

Pastors Jon and Lindsey will serve our congregation as co-pastors, a model new to our church. Neither will be a senior or associate pastor; instead they will share responsibilities equally and cross-over in most areas. We pleased and excited about Pastors Jon and Lindsey’s appointment, and know that you will welcome them with open minds and open hearts. Please hold them in prayer during these months of transition.

Read the full letter from the Staff-Parish Relations Committee.

Pastor Bob Fuchs has been appointed to serve at DownRiver UMC. The Rev. Dr. Sherry Parker-Lewis announced last fall that she would be leaving Brighton First UMC in June. Her husband the Rev. George Lewis is retiring and the couple are moving to Mattawan, Michigan. Sherry will be working for the United Methodist Foundation of Michigan.

Pastor Appointments – Bob Fuchs

Pastor Bob Fuchs has been appointed by Bishop David Bard to DownRiver United Methodist Church in Taylor, Michigan, effective July 1, 2020. We are appreciative of Bob’s gifts and his service while appointed here and long before that. As United Methodists, we affirm with faithful understanding that we, the Church, are the Body of Christ. It is Christ’s sustaining Spirit that will guide us in the days ahead. We will trust and rely on Christ’s presence and grace during this time of transition.

In the coming weeks and months, we will have the opportunity to express our appreciation for Pastor Bob’s ministry in our midst. There will be time to say our good-byes, and time to begin planning a welcome for the new person whom God will send to become our next pastors.

Read full letter from the Staff-Parish Relations Committee

Pastor Sherry’s Next Appointment

The United Methodist Foundation of Michigan announced that the Rev. Dr. Sherry Parker-Lewis will serve as the Senior Director of Church Relations, beginning July 1, 2020. This newly created position is designed to support pastors and local church leaders with their ministry, vision, and leadership. Rev. Dr. Parker-Lewis will guide congregations to live as generous communities of faith, coach pastors to be inspiring steward leaders, and offer workshops to increase giving and transform lives.
Pastor Sherry has served as senior pastor at First United Methodist Church since 2008. She announced in September that she would be leaving this congregation in July 2020 as her husband, the Rev. George Lewis, would be retiring. The couple has bought a home in Mattawan, Michigan.

Pastor Sherry’s Plans

Lead Pastor Rev. Dr. Sherry Parker-Lewis announced recently that her tenure at First United Methodist Church will conclude June 30, 2020.  Read her letter to the church.

She will continue to serve with great joy and appreciates the love and support of this church. Her husband Rev. George Lewis, pastor at Howell First United Methodist Church, has applied for retirement beginning next June 30. And the couple will move to Mattawan, Michigan, where they have purchased a home. Pastor Sherry is seeking an appointment from Bishop David Bard to that area.

The staff and Staff-Parish Relations Committee invites you to congratulate Pastor Sherry on her new direction. We pray that her future is as blessed as we have been by her presence here.

Those who would like to share their thoughts on the gifts and skills of a new senior pastor can send an email to


Gleaner’s Community Food Bank

Gleaners Community Food Bank of Livingston County

The first Sunday of every month is Gleaners Donation Collection Sunday at First United Methodist Church – Brighton Campus. You may place your non-perishable food items for Gleaners Community Food Bank of Livingston County in the shopping cart in the Community Room.

One Church-Two Locations


On Sunday, July 1, 2018, the congregations of Brighton First and Wesley United Methodist Church of Whitmore Lake became one congregation worshiping and serving in two locations. Congregation members from both churches voted to merge our ministries on Sunday, April 15, 2018.

Rev. Bob Fuchs is the Whitmore Lake Campus Pastor. The worship service at the Whitmore Lake Campus is at 9:30 am. If you have questions, please contact Pastor Bob at bob@

This is a blessed time for our congregations. Together, we will strengthen compassionate outreach and make disciples for Jesus Christ in our communities. If you have questions, please contact Pastor Bob at bob@



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