Better together

           One thing we’ve learned over the last couple of years is that relationships matter.  ALL of our relationships.  The ones we have with folks younger than us and the ones we have with folks older than us.  In fact, our relationship with God is made better and deeper when we engage with God’s people.

     At Lexington Park UMC you will find many ways to connect.  A small group or study environment provides an opportunity to get to know others at a level not possible in Sunday morning worship.  These are places where we share, learn and grow.  These are places to connect in ways that make a difference at every stage of our lives.   We’re pretty sure there’s a group here for you and your family. 



Our in person children’s programs include a Nursery for infants and toddlers, as well as, Kids Adventure Worship for children preschool through 5th grade. Each of these areas offers a dynamic environment for your child to play and interact while learning about the love of Jesus and Christian Community.  We take the safety of all persons seriously and ensure each space is staffed appropriately. For more information contact .


Vacation Bible School

We’re baaack!  We are pleased to offer a fun and faith-filled Vacation Bible School (VBS) session.  VBS follows a fun and exciting theme, packed with activities and learning opportunities.  We typically announce the year’s VBS program in late spring with instruction for registration and volunteer opportunities. 


As we build programming in this area, your youth is welcome to worship in the sanctuary at 10 am and to join Young Life and other programing opportunities.


We offer a variety of small group and bible study options throughout the year.  Contact Paula, Director of Discipleship, at for more information.  

Interested in Baptism?

Baptism is an important ritual in the Christian faith.  It is symbolic of God’s activity throughout the entire human landscape, of being reborn in Christ, and entering the life of the faith through the local church.  Anyone who has not been baptized is encouraged to take this important step, regardless of age.  Many parents choose to have their children baptized as infants or young children – symbolic of their dedication to raise their children to walk with Jesus until they are old enough to confirm their faith.  

Pastor Anna will meet with you personally to guide you through the process and schedule a date for baptism before the congregation. Please contact her at for more information.


There is nothing like music to connect to God and to each other!  Worship through music is the heartbeat of Lexington Park.   We offer an exciting and diverse set of opportunities for anyone seeking to “make a joyful noise” to the Lord.  Regardless of age or experience, whether you prefer contemporary music or something more traditional, or are looking for a short-term commitment or a permanent place to plug in, you will find your fit here.  

Take a look at the possibilities below and contact Erin Tennyson, Director of Music at to find out more or how to get involved.

* Sanctuary Choir

* Orchestra

* Contemporary Music Teams

* Special Vocal and Instrumental Ensembles and Solos

* Seasonal Music Opportunities – Summer, Christmas and Easter