Elkton United Methodist Church
 Call us at: 989-375-4113
About Elkton United Methodist Church
The Elkton United Methodist Church seeks to know, believe and share the Good News of Jesus Christ. By the power of the Holy Spirit, we worship joyfully, educate faithfully, and serve actively. 


Elkton United Methodist Church
150 S. Main Street
Elkton, MI 48731
989-375-4113
elktonumc@yahoo.com

150 S. Main Street
Elkton, Michigan 48731


Our History
The beginning of Elkton United Methodist Church trace back to 1883 when our first church services were held in a small log school house in town. Then in 1889 the first church building was built and second renovation was done in 1898 under the name of The First Evangelical Church. In 1913 church fire broke out destroying the church. On that same year of September 14, 1913, the new church was erected and was dedicated again. In 1958 May 11th, church made an additional building of 5,000 feet of floor space to new Educational and Fellowship Hall under the name of St Paul’s Evangelical United Brethren Church. In 1969, Elkton Evangelical United Brethren Church, Elkton Methodist Episcopal Church and Grant Methodist Episcopal Church merged together to form a new Elkton United Methodist Church.     


Our Pastor
Rev. Won D. Kim is the lead pastor of Elkton United Methodist Church since 2017 January. 
He is a Korean-American who has been in ministry for more than 20 years teaching, mentoring and preaching wherever Lord has called him. Rev. Kim's pastoral vision seeks to be in compassionate ministry that is based on Romans 12:15 "rejoice with those who rejoice and mourn with those who mourn." He loves God and people, thus dreams for God's kingdom to come in every person's life he serves. He is also passionate about restoring Apostolic faith and Scriptural Holiness in the body of Christ. He is a graduate of York University (B.A) in Toronto Ontario, McMaster University Divinity College (M.Div) in Hamilton Ontario, and Asbury Theological Seminary (M.A) in Wilmore Kentucky. Currently he is on a Doctorate program (D.Min) at Emory University Candler School of Theology in Atlanta Georgia. He is married to his college best friend Jessie and blessed with three children; Ryan, Joy and Sarabeth.



​Our Staff
Cindi Herrin
Church Secretary
​Donna Fritz
Treasurer
               Lynda Adams 
            Custodian