Message From Pastor May

Greetings Members and Friends of Anderson United Methodist Church. In compliance with the City of Jackson and in the best interest of our members, friends and the community’s public health concerns regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, Anderson UMC is suspending all weekly activities, all Saturday events and Sunday Worship Services effective Wednesday, March 18, 2020 until further notice.


During this time of heightened caution, the health of our members and friends are most important and our primary concern. We will continue to monitor the situation with resources provided by The Mississippi Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control, as well as public health officials and experts.



Again, this Sunday we will have online worship service at 10:00 a.m. Log on and engage in worship service with Pastor Domini Henry as he continues to take us through the lent journey. Invite FRAN, friends, relatives, acquittances, and neighbors to meet you for online worship service with Anderson. Charge up your devices!



Starting Monday, join us weekdays at 12 noon for a “call in prayer group”. We encourage you to bring your concerns and join in a time of prayer. 

Call: 712-775-7031 code: 410549893#

 Next Sunday at 9 a.m. join Robby Johnson as he leads us in our Sunday school lesson. Watch it on our website at and Facebook page. 

 Want to start your day with inspirational devotion with Pastor Joe May? Follow us on Facebook to begin your day with an inspiring word on Facebook at Anderson United Methodist Church. 


Wednesday at 6 p.m., join us for online Bible Study.  Pastor Linda Williams will explore the book of JOB. Watch previous Bible Study 




This week at Anderson, we have been busy in the community helping our neighbors who are affected directly or indirectly by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Anderson Food Panty has given an estimated 1400 bags of groceries this month to help feed the elders and those needing assistance during this crisis.

 The United Methodist Women have been busy while quarantine by using the materials left from the Little Dress for Africa Project to make mask for healthcare workers in our local hospitals. Right now, they have sown more than 100 masks! Do you have extra cloth, pillow cases or material and would like to donate it, contact a member of the UMW for further details.

Thank you Anderson for being all in! We couldn’t do this without you. If you or someone you know needs assistance or can benefit from the Food Pantry, contact Pastor Henry for more information.




Even though we are unable to meet in the building, we still have several ways for you to stay connected with your Anderson Family. Find the latest updates and Palm Sunday schedule on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and