Deb's Bible Study

Every Wednesday evening at 6:30, all are welcome to join in a bible study. 

It is never too late to join in this study. We would love to have you! Here is some more information on the study:​​​ 

Karmell Thacker 785-766-6603 
Mary Jane Hoffer 785-887-6395

We are happy to accept donations anytime.  They can be left at the building marked "Clothes Closet".  

If you would like to volunteer, come to the Clothes Closet on the first and/or third Saturdays and we will put you to work! 

LUMC Clothes Closet​

The Clothes Closet is open the first and third Saturdays of each month from 9:00 am to 11:00 am for those living in the Perry Lecompton school district or in the 66050 zip code area*. We are located on the 3rd floor of the Lecompton Pride Building. 

If there is an urgent need and those times don't work for you, we can meet families at an appointed time.



 Saturday Morning Bible Study

Bible study based on the book What Matters Most, by Karen Ehman. We would love to have everyone attend! Not only will your soul be fed, but so will you stomach! 

For more information on this book, please go to her website. We hope you will join us!

 NEW Youth Fellowship

The New YF is for you if you are in the 6th-12th grades and want to hang out with other cool kids who want to have fun, eat some great food, and learn and grow in your faith. It’s AWESOME!

Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00 p.m. 


Pastor Rob

*May be asked to bring a piece of mail showing proof of address​

Not in the Perry Lecompton school district or 66050 zip code area? Go here to find a food pantry near you! 

Life has a way of taking the life out of us. Often we go through situations where the challenge seems so much greater than our strength. During such times, we can find hope and inspiration from the story of Joshua.

God had called Joshua to take over from Moses and lead the Israelites into a paradigm shift from wilderness wandering to promise-believing. In Canaan, they would not fight for victory but fight from victory. God had a Promised Land in store for them, but they had to grasp that reality, change their mindsets, and take action to receive it.

The same is true for us today. God is telling us that our best days—our “glory days”—are still ahead of us. We only need to grasp that truth and live in faith to realize this promise.

This six-session video Bible study (DVD/digital video sold separately) includes leader helps, discussion questions, conversation starters, and between-session activities to enhance your understanding and application of Max’s teaching.

Sessions include:

These Days Are Your Glory Days
Inherit Your Inheritance
Walk Circles Around Jericho
Pray Audacious Prayers
No Falling Words
God Fights for You

*May be asked to bring a piece of mail showing proof of address​

Lecompton United Methodist Church

Mary Jane Hoffer 785-887-6395
Mary Lou Morris 785-887-6458

Sunday Worship 8:30am, 10:45am | Sunday School 9:30am

 New Sunday School Group

"When we commit to becoming members of the United Methodist Church, it's a big step. We promise to support her with our prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness, but often an explanation of just what that means is not forthcoming. A Disciple's Path helps us understand those vows, looking beyond membership to approaching discipleship from a distinctly John Wesley-an perspective. I hope you'll join me for this 7-8 week group as we look at developing spiritual practices, discover your unique gifts, and engage in ministry which is intended to transform your life, the lives of those around you, and even the world." -Pastor Rob

 The Pastor's Study of A Disciple's Path begins Sunday morning, August 19th at 9:30(ish).

​PO Box 91, 402 Elmore Street, Lecompton, KS 66050 | Church: 785.887.6327 | Parsonage: 785.887.6681 |


The Choice Food Pantry​

The Choice Food Pantry is open the third Saturday of each month from 7:30 am to 11:00 am for those living in the Perry Lecompton school district or in the 66050 zip code area*. We are located in the basement of the Lecompton United Methodist Church. 

If there is an urgent need we can meet families at an appointed time.