Discipleship + Transformation


Partner in Love


Partner in Love

Thank you for partnering with us in love and transformation.  Your generous donations support the ministries of Green Street.

Worship and Grow


Worship in Community

Sundays at 9:30am - Casual worship, a variety of hymns & music, scripture story & reflection, lots of laughter, sharing prayers if you wish to do so.


Learn. Question. Grow.

Sunday School

Adults at 8:15am - Children at 8:30am


Slow Down & Re-Center Your Soul

Guided Meditation Series - Listening to the deeper self.  Topics include: What is most important? What do I want? What am I here for?

Occasional Saturdays at 5pm. Call 207-622-0843 


Transgender day of remembrance

Wednesday, November 20 at 8pm

 International Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) was started in 1999 by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998.
The vigil commemorates all the transgender people lost to violence since Rita Hester's death, and began an important tradition that has become the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Green Street will observe Transgender Day of Remembrance with an evening service  and it will include a reading of names and candle-lighting vigil. 

13 Green Street, Augusta


Sunday, November 24 - 3pm - 13 Green Street, Augusta

The choirs of Green Street United Methodist Church, Penney Memorial Baptist Church and South Parish Congregational Church invite you to join us for a concert to raise funds for hurricane relief. All are welcome - A free will offering will be taken for relief efforts. 


Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner

Thursday, November 28 at 11am

Join us for a delicious Thanksgiving dinner with turkey and all the trimmings, pie included. This has been an annual tradition for many years.  All are welcome for a warm meal and fellowship.  

 This meal is free of charge however monetary donations are gratefully accepted. 


We usually have an abundance of volunteers for this meal however if you are interested in helping we can always use extra hands at our monthly community dinner served on the third Saturday of each month at 4:30pm. Contact 207-622-0843 to find out about more volunteer opportunities.


United Methodist Women's Christmas Fair

Saturday, December 7 - 9am to 2pm

Crafts, Jewelry, Home Baked Goods

Candy, Grandmother's Attic and much, much more!

Soup and Sandwich Luncheon 

Come check it out! Something for everyone! 



Spiritual Practice Suggestions from Rev. Kristin L. White

Rev. Kristin L. White

Prayer & Community

Whether we live in the heart of a city, a suburban neighborhood, or the rural countryside, we all live in a community. Our lives intertwine with other people and organizations.  The following suggestions are ways to be spiritually connected with our communities, every day and anywhere.

Prayer Walks

Walk through your neighborhood or community with an open, prayerful heart. What celebrations and needs do you see? Who are the people you encounter? Pray for those you pass.

Community Prayer Maps

Get a map of your community. Every day, choose a place on the map - a street, a neighborhood, a home, a business, or a public place - and spend time praying for the people and activities in that location.

Community Meetings

Whenever your community has a town hall  or city council meeting, devote time beforehand to pray for the meeting, for wisdom and compassion for all involved, and for the well-being of the community to be the result.

Community Service - Part I

What community service programs are in your town? Make a list and each week, choose one to be the focus of your prayers.

Community Service - Part II

Contact one of the community service programs in your town. Ask for ways you could help - collecting food for the food pantry, supplies for the shelter, etc. - and   Put your prayers into action.

Disciple and Transformation



To learn and grow in the way of love, to be forgiven and in relationship with God, and to practice the way of love and forgiveness daily.



When living in love, forgiveness and relationship with God completely changes the world.


Discipleship + Transformation

Green Street offers multiple doorways to experience,  learn, and live God's love, so that together we can transform the world.

Ministry Teams at Work

Missions Ministry Team


The Missions Ministry Team guides the church in being God’s partners in loving and letting all Creation know of God’s love.  The team hosts four Mission Sundays that include worship, fellowship, and a witness to faith in action.  Guest speakers and missionaries connect us to local,  national, and world missions.

5th Sundays of a month.

The Adult Mission Team members travel annually  to Cherryfield, Maine to work with the Down East Mission Project  to help with home repairs and other hands on projects. 

Welcome Table


The Welcome Table educates people about special food needs, provides opportunities for all people to eat together around shared meals, and models ways that food sensitivities can be cared for in our church spaces. The team provides allergy-free and vegan meal options for church programs. Welcome Table members also developed a gluten free bread, free of the top 8 allergens, that is now used for communion.  Green Street is a peanut-free facility.

Angel Food Suppers

From September through May faith communities in Augusta provide a free, homemade community meal ever

September through May faith communities in Augusta provide a free, homemade community meal every Saturday. 

Green Street's supper begins at 4:30pm. 

1st, 2nd, and 5th  Saturdays - South Parish Church

3rd Saturdays - Green Street

4th Saturdays - Penney Memorial.

Garden Giveaway


Perhaps you enjoy gardening, or you love working outdoors.  Maybe you are excited to meet new people.  Or you want to make a difference in a local neighborhood.  The Garden Giveaway team coordinates local gardeners with community teams to ensure that those in need of fresh produce have access to it. Fresh vegetables are given away on Monday mornings beginning at 9am mid July through mid September, 

Knitted Together In Love


Green Street Prayer Squares and Prayer Shawls have been shared with visitors, sent to friends in the hospital, given out in airports, and offered to those looking for a piece of hope to hold onto.  Prayer Squares and Shawls are knitted by the Prayer Shawl Ministry Team, who pray for the persons who will ultimately receive them.  Squares are knitted in a rainbow of colors and each one has a cross in the middle.  If you would like to receive one, or know someone who would, contact the church!

Music Ministries


Music ministry teams includes a hand bell choir and a singing choir.  If you enjoy diverse styles of music, and want to celebrate musically with a faith community, contact the church for information.

The Grapevine Newsletter

The Grapevine Newsletter is published on the first of each month. The deadline for submissions is the 15th. 

213 Viability Study Report

This Sunday, November 10, there will be an all-congregation meeting following worship. 

 We will meet in the Lower Level classrooms 1 & 2.

 Based on the report and our own sense of calling as a church,

 we will explore the challenges and possibilities of the three pathways 

Additional thoughts and questions will emerge, and be directed to the Church Board for follow-up.

213 Study Results (pdf)



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Green Street United Methodist Church

13 Green Street, Augusta ME 04330



Sunday Worship 9:30am

Sunday School

Adults at  8:15am -  Children at 8:30am

Office Hours

Monday - Friday

9am - 2 pm

Pastor's Hours by appointment only