I’m New

We are excited that you are considering visiting North Naples Church. We understand visiting a new church for the first-time can be overwhelming, so we have prepared a list of FAQ’s to help you feel welcome.

Expect a warm welcome from greeters in blue! Maybe you are new to the area. Maybe you’ve never been to a United Methodist Church. Maybe you’ve never been to a church at all. Wherever you find yourself on your faith journey, you are welcome here. Driving directions and parking information can be found here.

Whatever you feel comfortable in! Being on the Gulf Coast, we have some people who wear shorts and sandals but also some who like to wear sport coats. Casual or dressy, you are welcome just the same.

We have four excellent services during the weekend. On Saturday night at 5:00 PM in the Village Chapel Building 600, we offer a liturgical-style traditional service. On Sunday mornings in the Worship Center Building 400, we offer two traditional services at 8:15 and 11:00 AM with a choir, orchestra, hymns and choruses. If you prefer high-energy praise music from an on-stage band, the 9:30 AM Contemporary Service is for you.

At this time, our children’s ministry is not available due to our current safety protocols. Children are welcome to worship with you in the Sanctuary.

At this time, our youth ministry will not re-open due to our current safety protocols.

We strive to make our campus accessible for everyone. There is only one level in our Worship Center, and majority of our buildings on campus. We have wheelchair accessible restrooms located on either side of the Worship Center. Our Worship Center features a telecoil (loop) system for our hearing impaired visitors. Hearing aids with an activated telecoil can convert this electromagnetic field into a sound signal.

We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of each month at all three services. Our 5:00 PM Saturday service and 9:30 AM Sunday service celebrates Holy Communion every week. Due to current safety protocols, we will offer self-contained communion elements. The United Methodist Church welcomes all (non-members, visitors, and children) to the Lord’s Table.