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Below you will find bulletins and newsletters in pdf format. If you have trouble view the forms please visit www.adobe.com and download the pdf reader.

You can see the archieved 2015 Bulletins and Newsletters by clicking here.

2016 Bulletins 2016 Newsletters 2016 Calendars
 01/03/2016  Jan 2016  Jan 2016
 01/10/2016  Feb 2016  Feb 2016
 01/17/2016  Mar 2016  Mar 2016
01/24/2016  Apr 2016  Apr 2016
 01/31/2016  May 2016 May 2016
 02/07/2016  June 2016 June 2016
 02/10/2016  July 2016 July 2016
 02/14/2016  August 2016 August 2016
 02/21/2016  September 2016 September 2016
 02/28/2016  October 2016 October 2016
 03/06/2016  December 2016 November 2016
 03/13/2016   December 2016
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 03/27/2016 Easter    
 03/27/2016 Sonrise    
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04/24/2016    
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05/29/2016    
05/29/2016 125th    
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Latest News at Montrose United Methodist

We have a new website!

Please take a moment to thank all the people who have donated their time and enegry to put together our new website. As time goes on there will be more items and featrues of interest added, so check back often.

About Montrose United Methodist

Mission Statement:  Making disciples of Christ for the transformation of the world.

The Montrose Methodist Episcopal Church was organized in 1891 under the leadership of Rev. William Hammond the pastor at Burt, Michigan.  There were seven original members.  Rev. C. W. Butler was the pastor from 1893 – 1895. 

The congregation met in the Cook building which was located on the west side of the tracks near the lumber yard. 

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