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The First United Methodist Church of Eureka


521 North Main Street. PO Box 286, Eureka, KS  67045


updated 10/02/2012



Rev. Kenneth Baker, pastor

Sunday Service: 9:00 am

Sunday School 10:15 - 11:00am
For further information contact our pastor:
Pastor Ken





Welcome to the First United Methodist Church of Eureka!  We are located on Main Street in the center of downtown Eureka. Our Church consists of both a magnificent stone building with arched inside architecture and a bell tower complete with working carillon (bell music that plays three times daily), as well as a beautiful education wing built in the 1960's that is as appealing inside as it is outside.  The only thing that sounds more majestic than the carillon outside is the original pipe organ inside. Worship at the Eureka UMC is a "must" for those visiting our historic town!



We are located between Yates Center and El Dorado on Highway 54, about an hour east of Wichita or an hour south of Emporia  Click to see our interactive map

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Christian vocation is a life of holiness, "faith working in love," that first embodies the commandment to love God through an inward or personal holiness - "holiness of heart."1

Holiness of heart is loving God with our whole being.1

It involves total commitment to God, singleness of intention, centering one’s life completely on God.  It includes believing in, trusting, loving, worshiping, and obeying God.  It consists of constant reliance on God’s grace and using the gifts God gives us to become what God intends us to be.2

1  Sondra Higgins Matthaei, Making Disciples: Faith Formation in the Wesleyan Tradition (Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2000), 25.

2 Charles Yrigoyen Jr., quoted in: Sondra Higgins Matthaei, Making Disciples: Faith Formation in the Wesleyan Tradition (Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 2000), 25.


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