Crestview United Methodist Church exists to love God, love others, and serve the world – and we believe that starts across the street and around the corner with our neighborhood friends! We welcome ALL people, whatever your story and wherever you are in your faith journey, and hope to follow Jesus’ example as we grow together toward lives of peace, justice, and joy. This church has been located in the heart of the Crestview neighborhood in north central Austin since its founding in 1953; we’re proud to have spent 60-plus years loving and serving our community — its schools, park, families, seniors and service organizations–as well as meeting needs in Austin and across the globe.
Vacation Bible School is Coming!
Stand Up Christian Heroes will introduce our children to modern day heroes (Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.) as well as Biblical heroes, and will explore living our faith heroically. The dates are June 19-23, 5 to 7:30 pm, and all children age 4 through 5 th grade are invited.
Kids’ Bike Safety Training,
led by members of the ELBOWZ Biking Team, will be offered in our parking lot on Saturday, May 13 from 9:30 to 11 am. Lots of fun learning activities, with give-aways from the team! And it’s all FREE! All Crestview neighborhood kid bikers are welcome! For more details, please call the church office at 512-451-1741.
Eat Smart, Live Strong Nutrition Classes
The Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service is offering free nutrition classes for seniors here at Crestview during the month of April. Each one-hour class will consist of 20 minutes of exercise and 40 minutes of discussion on nutrition. Classes will meet in the Conference Room (Blue Room) each Tuesday in April from 10:00-11:00. A sign up sheet will be available soon or call the church office at 512-451-1741.