A Community Church on the campus of Randolph-Macon College.


Please join us for one (or more!) of our FOUR services each week at Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church:

  • Weekly Communion at 8:00 a.m. each Sunday;
  • Contemporary Worship at 8:50 a.m. each Sunday;
  • Traditional Worship at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday,
  • Wednesday night service in small group setting with Communion at 6:00 p.m. each Wednesday night in the Fellowship Hall.
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We envision Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church as a loving faith community where all are sought, welcomed, nurtured and transformed to be Christ in the world. 
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As we read the news from Ukraine, we have a special interest and connection because of Michael Airgood, the missionary sponsored by us who works with the University Student Ministry in Lviv.  He writes, “Please stay informed, stay in prayer, and stay in touch.  Your support means a lot to our young people.  We would love to see it.”  Click here for a link to a posting about what's happening on the ground there and how we can support our sisters and brothers in Christ involved in the campus ministry in Lviv.
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Capital Campaign Brochure

On September 15, 2013, a Church Conference of Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church was held to vote on several proposals. The following items were voted on an approved:

- vote on one floor plan recommended by our Architecture Team;
- nomination of a capital campaign committee; 
- authorization for Glave and Holmes to prepare renderings for proposed facilities;
- authorization of a capital campaign including funding for facilities, Ira Andrews, III, Speakers Series, and van purchase.

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Click here to see a slideshow of
Duncan's Potato Drop 2013 where we bagged 41,460 pounds of gleaned sweet potatoes to give to organizations that help to support those who are hungry.
Thanks for your support of The Cotton Patch Gospel,a spectacular musical show performed by Duncan
Memorial's youth, who presented the 

Gospel of Matthew in southern hillbilly.  In addition, donations were collected to support R-MC Habitat for Humanity.

Faith Home

a resource
for building a solid
faith foundation.

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