Feed the Hungry

1. We prepare the hot meals in our kitchen and serve them at St. Timothy's Orthodox Church (403 N J Street) on the third Tuesday of each month.

2. We host the North Santa Barbara County food bank distribution in our Parking Lot on the third Monday of the month.

3. We have food drive collections for the Lompoc Food Pantry in the Parking Lot regularly.  

United Methodist

Committee on Relief

Since the start of the novel coronavirus outbreak, UMCOR has been working with health boards, medical professionals, disaster management coordinators and faith leaders to prevent the further spread of this disease.

Now it is clear that the impact of COVID-19 will be far-reaching and demands an even greater response. Through the UMCOR COVID-19 Response fund, grants will be rapidly released to equip partners to assist vulnerable populations around the world impacted by COVID-19, including racial/ethnic and indigenous communities in the United States.

Grants from this fund will be disbursed quickly and efficiently to address health concerns, food insecurity, water and hygiene limitations and other pressing needs. Even as you shelter in place, you can be there for others. When you say "yes" to supporting the UMCOR COVID-19 Response, you will help bring God’s love to life for those who need it most. 

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Small Groups

Our small groups are a way we grow in relationships with God and one another.

United Methodist Women

Our United Methodist Women are active in our conference and regional UMW ministry. Please contact the Church Office for more information (office@lompocumc.org). 

United Methodist Men

Our Men's Group is supportive of our Feed the Hungry program. They also support the spiritual growth and discipleship of our Church.  Please contact the Church Office for more information (office@lompocumc.org). 

Church Choir

Our Choir is known for sharing inspiring traditional Christian music with us each Sunday in our worship.

Our Response to the Sin of Racism

Systemic racism is sin.

White supremacy is sin.
Police brutality is sin.
Silence is sin. 

As the fires of Pentecost birthed an equitable and diverse church, we pray for a new birth of justice around the world. 


We commit to challenging unjust systems of power and access. We will work for equal and equitable opportunities in employment and promotion, education and training; in voting, access to public accommodations, and housing; to credit, loans, venture capital, and insurance; to positions of leadership and power in all elements of our life together; and to full participation in the Church and society.