What is Happening in the Life of the Church

Watch the State of the Church 2021 with Pastor Robin and Pastor Laura

Who We Are

We are regular people, passionate about our faith and committed to make our world and community a better place. We embrace all people as they build their relationship with Jesus Christ. Join the faith journey as we explore what it means to know, love, and serve God. We are part of the East Ohio Conference of United Methodist Churches.  For information from the 2021 annual conference: click here.

Explore our Children and Youth Ministries, Worship Services, Adult Ministries and Membership.

Come Visit Us

Lakewood United Methodist Church is blessed to have a dedicated group of pastoral and lay leaders to serve the congregation and the community. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our church, programming or mission

News about UMC and Human Sexuality

A press release was issued on behalf of a United Methodist mediation team, comprised of clergy and laity, proposing a way to address the impasse within the denomination regarding matters of human sexuality. Visit the conference website and read the release – and the links contained within it – to gain a full understanding of what is being proposed. Website link.

General Conference is the only body that can set official policy and speak for the denomination.  Policy decisions will be made at General Conference, which meets May 5-15 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

View and listen to the EOC GC 2020 Information Forum on the Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace through Separation: https://www.eocumc.com/gc/GC2020infoforum.html. Please note that because we opened the livestream window early, the presentation begins at 19:50, so please drag the timeline cursor at the bottom of the video to that point. You can also view and download the Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) sheet distributed at this morning’s information forum at https://www.eocumc.com/gc/_pdf/GC2020_ProtocolFAQ-2.pdf.


Who We Serve

The United Methodist Church continues to heed the lessons John Wesley taught his followers: to live lovingly and justly as servants of Christ by healing the sick, feeding the hungry, caring for the stranger, freeing the oppressed; being a compassionate presence, and working to develop social structures that are consistent with the gospel.

We serve the local community by partnering with a variety of groups, including: