Welcome to Rinn Church!
Rinn UMC is the “church on the highway.” Our church sits right off of the south bound side of I-25 in Frederick, Colorado. We are a local, inclusive-minded fellowship for people who live in the area. We are here to minister to those seeking the message of grace and redemption through Jesus Christ. Please browse our website and calendar for information about worship and other activities that might interest you. We look forward to seeing you!
Upcoming Activities At Rinn UMC
Sunday Men's Koffee Klub
We have a new, second Men’s group, the Men's Koffee Klub, which has been meeting informally up to now. It’s led by the guys who meet before church every Sunday morning to chat and catch up. Bill Smith and Mike Carr are always here early and they'd love to have you join them for coffee and conversation in the fellowship hall at 8:15 a.m.
Kid Focused Family Fellowship
We are reviving the Kid Focused Family Fellowship and had scheduled it for Saturday, May 21st. It has been postponed to a future date. We'll keep you posted.
Wednesday Brunch Bunch
Our Brunch Bunch Wednesday Bible Study meets for breakfast at 9 and then a study at 10:30 at Bev Ramsey's home. Call the church office for more details on what we are studying and for the location.
Rinn’s next church potluck is Sunday, May 22nd after church! We are celebrating our choir and year in music. Join us for fellowship and good food!
Rinn UMC 28th Annual Pig Roast
Join us for food, fellowship and music Saturday, June 11th from 5-7 p.m. in our parking lot for this annual festiganza of barbecue. It is our biggest annual fundraiser and we hope you'll come. It's $12 for adults and $6 for children. Children under five eat free! Contact the church office for tickets or come to church on Sunday and get yours.
Our traditional menu includes:
Pasta and Potato Salad
Delicious Desserts and Beverages
Special music performance by Dean Hines.
Frederick, CO 80504
Office: (303) 776-1578
RINN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
"Extending the message of hope to the Carbon Valley and Eastern Longmont"