College Corner United Methodist Church
89 Church Street
West College Corner, IN 47003



The College Corner United Methodist Church is a place where the word of God is preached and we are challenged to live the love of God as shown to us by Jesus Christ. We are a place of worship where the old hymns and the new songs of praise tell the Story of Gods’s love for us- a place to be the family of God.


Worship with us Sunday at 10:00 am and experience the warmth of a traditional service held in the inspiring beauty of our 1933 Gothic -revival Sanctuary. You’ll find the beauty of sacred music, honest and dynamic preaching and Christian community. Our worship experience is open to everyone. We are a small and inviting congregation with room for you. Bring the whole family. Children are always welcome in worship or they can go to the nursery where toddlers and babies can play quietly or rest while their parents can still participate in the Sunday service.


At College Corner United Methodist we believe that giving is an act of worship. Because of this, we believe that giving should be done consistently and as a priority in our lives.

  • In Person- During our Sunday morning worship
  • By Mail
    • College Corner United Methodist Church
      89 Church St.
      West College Corner, IN 47003


Church History

The United Methodist Church was created on April 23, 1968, when The Evangelical United Brethren Church and The Methodist Church united to form a new denomination.

But Methodism dates back to 1736 when John and Charles Wesley began a unique religious movement.

Methodism came to College Corner with the circuit riders around 1830. The actual organizing of the church was in May of 1836. The present building was dedicated on December 14, 1890, with the Annex or Fellowship hall added in 1906.

The United Methodist Church represents the confluence of three streams of tradition: Methodism, the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, and The Evangelical Association. With other churches that are also members of the body of Christ, it humbly and gratefully offers up its praise to God through Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit for creating and sustaining grace. It seeks further grace as it ministers to the world.

They were urged as are we to avoid evil, to do good, and to stay in love with God.

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