Sunday Live Worship | 9:30am (modern) & 11am (traditional)

Join us for worship this Sunday!

What to Expect ...

Expect to be busy. Expect to be loved. Expect to be challenged. Expect to be changed. Expect to worship. Expect to grow. Expect to serve. And expect to do it all with lots of wonderful people.

Expect all Ages. There are ministries for all ages. Depending on your family's needs, check out the various pages dedicated to the different age-level offerings.  We also welcome children in any of our worship services. Our worship services are for all ages! 

Expect Head and Heart. From its very beginning, Methodist Theology required an emotional AND an intellectual investment. When you come to Williamson's Chapel expect to think and feel.

Finally, expect to return. That's what we are expecting! (and hoping!)

Join us for Sunday worship
at 9:30am (modern service)
or at 11am (traditional service)


or via live-stream at

** An open communion table is offered on the first Sunday of each month.

Devoted: Being the Church Together | series begins July 10

A series based in Acts 2:42-47
The early Christians faced plenty of challenge and uncertainty. They didn’t have large numbers, lots of money, or any real structure. What they did have was faith in and relationship with the risen Lord Jesus. Acts 2:42 tells us that these earliest followers of Jesus “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers”. Devoted in this text means to hold fast with loyalty, so they committed to remembering Jesus’ life and teachings, staying in relationship with each other based in God’s love, remembering Jesus’ body broken and the blood of new covenant, and worshiping together. They focused on the main thing and the scripture says that when they did, “day by day the Lord added to their number those who were being saved.”
In our own season of new beginnings of ministry together, coming out of the challenge of the pandemic, we invite you to join us as we set our eyes and life together on the main thing, trusting that God will then do what only God can do for the sake of the Gospel at Williamson’s Chapel, in Mooresville, and indeed in the world.