Alpha Youth Ministry

One of the "signature" ministries we are known for in the community, Alpha is designed for youth from 6th to 12th grade. Meet us at the Student Center on Sundayss (September thru May) from 5:30 to 7:30pm for food, fun and worship. We also plan mission trips and camps.

Do You Even Play Bro? Alpha is looking far and wide to add to our worship band! If you play an instrument, sing, or just like being on stage join us Sunday Evenings as we begin to get a band together. Contact Jalysa for details.

Upcoming Events

April 6 thru 12th
Bremen Spring Break
Alpha will be updating the Student Center with a fresh paint job. If you would Like to help please see Jalysa for details.
April 12th
ND Concession
Alpha will be heading up the Norte Dame connession to help fundraise for the Mission trip.

April 27th
Fiesta Lunch
After the service, the Alpha teens will have a Fiesta lunch. A free will offering will be taken to help fundraise for the Mission trip.

Connect Up!

Designed for preschoolers to 5th grade. We meet at Student Center every Wednesday (September thru April) from 6:00 to 7:30pm. April 2, 2014 will be our last session until September. We start out all together, then split up into age-appropriate groups. Our mission is to introduce children to the Bible and move them into a deeper relationship with God.

A big THANK YOU to all the servants that gave countless hours to make the Connect Up Program a success this year. We are so greatful to have good "cookers." You are all
such a blessing to our children!

Day Care

The United Methodist Church has been providing quality, loving child care in Bremen for 21 years. We are open Monday thru Friday, 6:30am to 5:30pm for children, newborns to 9 years-old. For more information or to arrange a visit, contact the Director (now in her 18th year) Beth Fraine, at 574-546-2275.

Our Purpose and Philosophy

The Bremen United Methodist Church has extended its mission to the community by offering quality day care for working parents of infants and young children. A before and after school program is offered for school age children.

Our staff helps both children and their parents feel positive about day care. The staff and parents need to work together as a team to help the children grow to be happy individuals. Our goal is to provide a safe, loving, fun, Christian environment for the children in the community. We offer a program that balances the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive needs of the children. The day care has a relaxed atmosphere where each child can grow and learn at his or her own pace.

Learn, Play & Grow Together

Daycare Team

Beth Fraine - Director
Carol Clark - 4 and 5 year olds
Sarah Hendrix - Baby/Todler
Susan Bollenbacher - Baby/Todler
Ashley Simpkins - Baby/Todler

Day Care Documents

Day Care Parent Handbook
Day Care Employee Handbook
Day Care Bi-Laws

Sunday School Classes

We offer Sunday school classes for all ages every Sunday morning at 11:00 am We also seek to create opportunities throughout the year to connect people through small groups. The goal is to educate and prompt thoughtful discussion while applying Biblical wisdom and principles to current events. For more information, send a note to us at Church Office.

Friends and Fellowship

Where: The church library (located in the office hallway).
When: Sunday morning 11:00 to 11:45am.
Class Description: Any one 60 or over.
Contact: Pat Barnhart 546-3808 or Carolyn Sheley 546-5538.

Loyal Friends

When: Sunday's from 11:00 to 11:45am
Class Description: This an active Sunday school Class of Senior Citizens. We use the United Methodist Adult Bible Study. Each week a volunteer leads the discussion. We have a wonderful time of devotion, and fellowship


When: Sunday’s from 11:00-11:45 am
Class Description: The Pathfinder Sunday School Class is a lively discussion class covering a variety of topics from Bible study to contemporary Christian books. Studies have included; The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey and Bare Bones Bible Handbook: 10 Minutes to Understanding Each Book of the Bible by Jim George.
Contact Information: Fred & Laura Anderson - (574) 546-2630 and Dick and Beth Webster - (574) 546-4230

Bremen Holy Walk

Doors open at 5:00pm Friday, & 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

Shuttle bus service to Bethlehem leaves from Bremen High School (511 W. Grant Street) every 15 minutes.

Be prepared to wait several hours.

Dress warmly for this outdoor, hour-long walk over farmland.

No food available at the school — Bremen has several fast food, and pizza options, or you may bring your own food.

The Holy Walk is not wheel chair accessible.

For more information call (574) 546-2667 or email the church office.

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BUMC helps support local missions such as the Bremen Food Pantry, Salvation Army and Project HELP as well as missions and missionaries around the world.

4th Annual Habitat for Humanity Women's Build
Saturday, April 26, 2014 (Rain Date May 3, 2014)
824 N Plum Street
Plymouth, Indiana
We will be siding the house!
See Rhonda or Ann for details.

We will be working around our community — May 3 & 24, 2014 — with Habitat for Humanity to assist senior citizens. We will be doing projects like yard work, simple carpentry and painting. We need servants to help us with these projects. We would love to have your help! Anyone is welcome to help. Each day the team will begin with breakfast and a blessing to get us off on the right foot. We will eat at 7:30am at Mary’s house. We will be looking for people to help with lunches for the team on work days. If you would like to be on the team or help with lunches for the team, please see Mary Grebe.

We also team-up with our sister churches in Nappanee and Wakarusa to send work teams to Appalachia.