We invite you to join us in worship, either in person or online. Currently we have combined our Traditional and Contemporary services into one service held at 10 am. This service features classic hymns sung with an organ and praise music led by our Praise Band.
In-person worship is currently being offered, with social distancing and the wearing of masks.
Online worship is offered "live" as well as recorded for those that are unable to worship at 10 am on Sunday. Link to our online services:
Become a part of our community.
We connect in healthy, loving, deepening, and grace-filled relationships with God and community to know life in Christ.
For our adults, we offer a number of different opportunities to connect and grow in your relationship with God and others.
• Small Groups
We strongly believe that life wasn't meant to be lived alone. Our missional groups change lives, connect people and build a community. They offer easy, comfortable environments for you to grow in relationship with God and others. We offer Interest Groups, Study Groups and Care Ministries. Sign up for any of the following groups by email at or call (513) 398-4741.
Here at Mason UMC, we are reaching our communities and changing our world for Jesus. We offer programs such as, Christ's Cupboard and Queen City Soup Kitchen because we are called to serve our city and the world by reflecting the love of God.
Currently due to the COVID pandemic and the safety of your children, our Sunday School is not in session. We so offer weekly activities and Sunday bulletins in our Thursday weekly eblasts. Please feel free to sign up to receive our eblasts by contacting Kami at email@example.com. Stay tuned for an announcement on when we will re-open our
in-person Sunday School. Below is our regular schedule.
We here at Mason UMC are so excited to offer children of all ages a place to come and grow in their faith. We would like to invite you to explore all the fun and exciting opportunities we offer our children, where they can learn about God and the bible and how to be good Christians.
• Sunday School
Sunday Morning at 10 am
The Pre K-K class (3yrs-5yrs (potty trained) will be held in room 10.
The 1st-3rd grade class will start off in Room 14 for opening activity and Large Group and then go to room 16 for small group and where they will be picked up.
The 4th-6th grade class will be meeting for their opening activity, large group and small group times in room 18.
To register: please email our Children's Ministry Director: Emily Schmidt at
Pack 998 - Cub Scouting is for boys in the first through fifth grades, or 7 to 10 years of age.
Troop 194 - Boy Scouting is for boys 11 years old
or who have completed the fifth grade, until the age of 18. www.troop194-mason.org
Crew 194 - Venture Scouts is for boys and girls ages 14 through 20.
Life is better together.
We worship God in relevant, meaningful, and powerful ways to express our thanks and praise for life in Christ.
There are many way to become involved!
We serve to meet physical, emotional, and spiritual needs so all may experience life in Christ.
Sound Board, Lighting and Video Operators:
If you love live music, theater, or movies, and have
an interest in sound, lighting, or video production,
then this is the opportunity for you!
The Media team members work together
to produce the worship services each week.
Sound Operators control the live and online
audio. Lighting Operators control the stage
and house lighting scenes, and Video Operators
run the video cameras for the online worship experience. Training is provided.
Come join the Media team and have fun serving!
Harry Bruce: firstname.lastname@example.org
Children's Ministry Office Help:
Volunteer needed to help prep Sunday Morning
materials. Copying, cutting and gathering materials.
Approx. two hours a week.
Small Group leaders (Sunday school teachers) –
Sit with your group during Large Group. Take them
to their small group room and lead them through
the activities from the curriculum to dive deeper
into the weekly lesson. You will be helping the
children to grow in their faith.
Need volunteers to help with food prep, setup,
serving, decorating and breakdown.
Emily Schmidt, email@example.com
If you enjoy Contemporary Christian Music, and
have experience and skill playing an instrument,
the Praise Band leads worship every Sunday at the
10 am service. Practice is every Thursday evening
in the Sanctuary at 7:00 pm.
If you enjoy Contemporary Christian Music and enjoy singing, the Praise Choir joins the Praise Team to lead worship every Sunday at the 10 am service.
Practice is every Thursday evening in the Sanctuary
at 6:30 pm.
David Eberhardt, firstname.lastname@example.org
The choir is a regular part of the 10 am services on
Sunday mornings at Mason UMC. Rehearsals on
Wednesday evenings from 7:30 - 9 pm.
This group plays regularly at our worship services and performs throughout the community. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm in the Choir Room, September-May. Substitute Ringers always needed.
INSTRUNMENTIAL & VOCAL SOLOISTS
The 8:30 am Traditional services frequently have
opportunities for soloists.
Chris Baird: email@example.com
Ushers welcome guests into worship, pass out
bulletins, and collect offering. They are needed
at all Sunday services.
Traditional: Dave Griffiths at firstname.lastname@example.org
We work with the Pastor to affect a worshipful
environment. We change altar paraments for
Deb Griffiths: email@example.com
Suriya Pandian-Dorairaj: firstname.lastname@example.org
Funeral Meals & Preparation:
Volunteer to be on a call list to provide food and/or
help prepare funeral meals for friends and family
of Mason UMC. When there is is a need, you will
receive a call to see if you are able to provide a
donation and/or help.
Provide local transportation for those who are unable to drive on their own. Church on Sunday mornings, doctor appointments, etc.
Janet Hamilton: email@example.com
Visit and pray with those in local hospitals.
Knit or crochet lap robes or shawls that will be
blessed and distributed to those who need a
reminder of God's love. Meet at church with a
group, or knit/crochet at home.
Lenore Stone: (513) 774-7424
If you are looking for a place to serve in the church
that is VITAL but NOT labor intensive, then being a
GREETER is the right spot for you!! The shifts are
only 15 minutes long and all you need is a smile
and a friendly handshake!! This ministry is vitally
important to us being a truly welcoming church!
Stacy Seuss: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUNDAY MORNING WELCOME DESK:
Opportunities are always available to help out at
the Welcome Desk on Sunday mornings. You would
help greet people, answer questions, and hand out
Welcome Boxes to first time guests.
Beth Cooper: email@example.com
SUNDAY MORNING COFFEE SERVICE:
We are always in need of volunteers to help with
the Sunday morning coffee. Volunteers help
prepare and clean-up.
Mary Wortham: firstname.lastname@example.org
ARISE & SHINE:
Hosts are always needed for this fellowship time
that takes place on Sunday mornings from
9:45 am to 11:15 am. It's a welcoming area where
people can meet, reconnect, and/or share
information on upcoming events inside and outside
our church building. Only light treats and snacks
for the table are needed. Any person, family, or
group can sponsor Arise & Shine.
Brenda Harkins: email@example.com
ADMINISTRATION AND FACILITIES
THE FACILITY TEAM:
The Facility Team is responsible for the upkeep,
repair and maintenance of the church and the
parsonages. If you are handy with a hammer,
a paint brush, landscaping, light home repair
projects, you can volunteer on a project to
WELCOME DESK - WEEKDAY:
We need people with a welcoming personality to
serve at the Welcome Desk during the weekly
office hours. You will greet people as they enter
the building, provide them with information,
answer the phones and occasionally you may be
asked to help with mailings, office project, etc.
Letty Roosa: firstname.lastname@example.org