Thanks to all the wonderful volunteers who chose to spend their Saturday morning with us during Montgomery's celebration of the annual "Great Day of Service". My sweet Residents couldn't wait to share the news of great entertainment, fellowship and the love shown to them by this wonderful group of Christians! Hats off to you for a great Saturday morning! Sincerely, Dottie Parker, A.D. & the Residents of John Knox Manor, N.H.
My family and I where visiting relative and attended service we could fill the love soon as we walked in. Brother Johnson message up lifted me and had me talking about it when we retuned home. Great place to worship
Frazer UMC is the biggest, small church you'll ever visit! Yes, the campus is large, but members of Frazer experience meaningful growth through an emphasis on small groups. Church leaders are intentional about helping everyone make a connection. Visit and you'll "find hope and follow Jesus"!
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an awesome place to worship, you fell the love and anointing when you walk in the door. wow what a place to be free.............
Since being at Frazer, I have grown a great deal personally, and found a place to belong for myself as well as my wife and children. The music and preaching are great (we usually attend the Contemporary Worship with John Schmidt) but even more important have been the small groups. We found a young couples Sunday School class and have made very close friends--it's great to have other couples the same age and enjoy having our children grow up together. I've been a part of a couple of men's small groups that have really challenged me, and my wife loves the women's groups she is a part of. Our four year old loves preschool at Frazer during the week as well as the programs offered for kids on Sundays, and we feel safe with our 16-month in the nursery knowing he is being well loved and cared for by the staff and volunteers. A lot of people I talk to don't think they would fit in at Frazer because it is so big, but the truth for us has been that big just means they have a lot of opportunities to connect with people in small groups.