A Note From Our Pastor
Welcome to Eastport United Methodist!
Since 1887, this congregation has had a dynamic presence in the community and continues to do so today. The lay people who lead this congregation are thoughtful people of faith and dedicated to living with the values of inclusion, justice, compassion, and grace. It is an honor and privilege to serve here among them.
It is my hope that as you search for a church home, a community of faith to worship with, a safe and loving place for your children, a great place to come with your partner to meet new people, a handshake, a hug, or a smile, you will find it here. We are a diverse community of people who seek God in hopes of serving our community with as much love and grace as humanly possible.
Eastport United Methodist celebrates Holy Communion weekly and I continuously remind our people that Christ welcomes all to the Table with these words:
Come to this table,
you who have much faith
and you who would like to have more;
you who have been here often
and you who have not been for a while
you who have tried to follow Jesus,
and you who have failed;
It is Christ who invites us here.
Whether you are new to the church or visit often, or even if church isn't your thing, I hope the deep and abiding love of God is something you experience while you are with us.
See y'all Sunday,
Pastor Chris Broadwell
Please contact the church office and let us know you/your loved one's name, the hospital, the date of admittance, and that you or your loved one wishes to have a visit with the Pastor. Privacy laws prohibit hospitals from notifying us of your or your loved ones admittance. If someone you know needs a visit, it is necessary to inform the pastor a visit is needed otherwise they will not know.
About Our Pastor
Pastor Chris was appointed to Eastport United Methodist in 2019 after serving other United Methodist Churches in Annapolis, as well as in Boston and New Orleans. He loves to create spaces for vibrant and inclusive worship for all people, help people discover their gifts for service, and lead people in outreach, mission, and hospitality. He and his spouse, Smith, have two kids who love to sing.