Frazer United Methodist Church

★★★★★
32.382 -86.1971
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334-272-8622

6000 Atlanta Hwy

Montgomery, AL

36117-2896

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Mon-Fri 8am-5pm ; Sun 7:30am-12:30pm
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I've been going to Frazer since I was practically born, and I love it. I've always been really involved in the Church, going to childrens choir and going on wednesday night when I reached the youth ministry. It is a big church, but the more you get involved the more you enjoy being there. People feel that they are being pushed away since it's so large, but you just have to find something to be involved in and the big church becomes a huge home for you as it has for me. Make an effort to get involved in some of the many programs and you will never want to leave.

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I've been going to Frazer since I was practically born, and I love it. I've always been really involved in the Church, going to childrens choir and going on wednesday night when I reached the youth ministry. It is a big church, but the more you get involved the more you enjoy being there. People feel that they are being pushed away since it's so large, but you just have to find something to be involved in and the big church becomes a huge home for you as it has for me. Make an effort to get involved in some of the many programs and you will never want to leave.

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I have been a member of Frazer since 1982. I have always felt very at home in this large church. My husband joined when our daughter was christened. He loves the contemporary service. I like the fact that we can attend either traditional or contemporary. Our daughter is involoved in choir, sunday school and sunshine soccer. It is just a great place for worship, fellowship and praising the Lord.

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I have been a member of Frazer since 1982. I have always felt very at home in this large church. My husband joined when our daughter was christened. He loves the contemporary service. I like the fact that we can attend either traditional or contemporary. Our daughter is involoved in choir, sunday school and sunshine soccer. It is just a great place for worship, fellowship and praising the Lord.

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Although I am not a member, they offer a lot of different activities. My son is playing Sonshine Soccer and it has been great. They truly want to teach the kids soccer and sportsmanship, but most importantly about Jesus.

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Although I am not a member, they offer a lot of different activities. My son is playing Sonshine Soccer and it has been great. They truly want to teach the kids soccer and sportsmanship, but most importantly about Jesus.

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Although I am not a member, I visited Frazer in my search to find a church in Montgomery. Everyone was quite friendly and the church seems to have something for everybody.

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Although I am not a member, I visited Frazer in my search to find a church in Montgomery. Everyone was quite friendly and the church seems to have something for everybody.

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I have been going to Frazer for over 11 years. I have seen many changes and there are many changes to come. I have watched Frazer change many things through the years and always found it to be great in the end. I invite you to come to Frazer and find your place there. There is a place for everyone! You just have to get involved and find your Sunday School Class or bible study that meets the needs you have. I feel my family is very blessed to live in Montomery, Alabama because of this church and the faith it grows.

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I have been going to Frazer for over 11 years. I have seen many changes and there are many changes to come. I have watched Frazer change many things through the years and always found it to be great in the end. I invite you to come to Frazer and find your place there. There is a place for everyone! You just have to get involved and find your Sunday School Class or bible study that meets the needs you have. I feel my family is very blessed to live in Montomery, Alabama because of this church and the faith it grows.

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Here, in Montgomery, Frazer is known as "Six Flags over Jesus", because it is so big and the way it is run. After a while of attending church, volunteering and getting involved one sees that there is very little of the Christian attitude that really makes a church a home. Frazer seems determined to church as many people as possible but has lost the ideal of being Christian. Its hides behind all the activities and groups, thinking it is being a place where Christians find comfort. The feeling at Frazer is one that the staff is often rude and that Frazer is more of a corporation than a church. Ask to use a meeting room and you are treated as if you have asked someone to give up their spot in heaven for you. If you arent in the "IN" group or are able to donate a lot of money, then you snubbed. Frazer has a face it shows the community and a real face that you see once you get involved. With Starbucks now a part of the church, many people laugh that next there will be a bank and a grocery store and you would never have to leave Six Flags Over Jesus. Overall, I have found that Frazer is more concerned with appearance than saving souls. If material appearances are important to you, then Frazer will be great for you.

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Here, in Montgomery, Frazer is known as "Six Flags over Jesus", because it is so big and the way it is run. After a while of attending church, volunteering and getting involved one sees that there is very little of the Christian attitude that really makes a church a home. Frazer seems determined to church as many people as possible but has lost the ideal of being Christian. Its hides behind all the activities and groups, thinking it is being a place where Christians find comfort. The feeling at Frazer is one that the staff is often rude and that Frazer is more of a corporation than a church. Ask to use a meeting room and you are treated as if you have asked someone to give up their spot in heaven for you. If you arent in the "IN" group or are able to donate a lot of money, then you snubbed. Frazer has a face it shows the community and a real face that you see once you get involved. With Starbucks now a part of the church, many people laugh that next there will be a bank and a grocery store and you would never have to leave Six Flags Over Jesus. Overall, I have found that Frazer is more concerned with appearance than saving souls. If material appearances are important to you, then Frazer will be great for you.

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My husband and I were married at Frazer 14 years ago because my parents were members. We visited for 3 years after getting married before we became members. Over the years we have seen the church grow in membership, as well as the size of the building(s). The opportunities Frazer offers for myself, my husband and our 3 children, are endless. Each of our children attended Frazer Preschool, Sunday morning children's church & Sunday school classes, Wednesday night Godprints & choir, Bible School during the summer, the list goes on and on. My husband and I have volunteered in many areas, individually and as a couple. Our family knows Frazer is a blessing to us. We pray that our church home will continue to grow. There are too many unchurched people, who don't know God in the Montgomery area. Our congregation's commitment is to reach each and every one of them!

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My husband and I were married at Frazer 14 years ago because my parents were members. We visited for 3 years after getting married before we became members. Over the years we have seen the church grow in membership, as well as the size of the building(s). The opportunities Frazer offers for myself, my husband and our 3 children, are endless. Each of our children attended Frazer Preschool, Sunday morning children's church & Sunday school classes, Wednesday night Godprints & choir, Bible School during the summer, the list goes on and on. My husband and I have volunteered in many areas, individually and as a couple. Our family knows Frazer is a blessing to us. We pray that our church home will continue to grow. There are too many unchurched people, who don't know God in the Montgomery area. Our congregation's commitment is to reach each and every one of them!

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Frazer has something for everyone wanting to get plugged into a Christ centered church. Even though the membership is huge, once you become involved in a small group, you fit right in. Being a large church enables Frazer to have many, many areas to become involved. Try it...you'll love it!

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Frazer has something for everyone wanting to get plugged into a Christ centered church. Even though the membership is huge, once you become involved in a small group, you fit right in. Being a large church enables Frazer to have many, many areas to become involved. Try it...you'll love it!

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A wonderful, Bible based church. Even though it is large, I found that the more I got involved the smaller the church seemed. Frazer has a great Contemporary Worship Service, Traditional Worship and activities for kids of all ages. There is something for everyone whether you are married, single, divorced, a teenager, elementary age or a toddler. Please come and give it a try.

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A wonderful, Bible based church. Even though it is large, I found that the more I got involved the smaller the church seemed. Frazer has a great Contemporary Worship Service, Traditional Worship and activities for kids of all ages. There is something for everyone whether you are married, single, divorced, a teenager, elementary age or a toddler. Please come and give it a try.

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Missions minded church. This church has something for everyone. We went to Calvary Chapel in California for years and we have looked for a church that taught through the Bible. Although Frazer does not do this we came to love this church. The teaching is straight from the Bible and John puts only the Word in his outlines. Sunday School classes are a great place to get to know people and get involved. Teenagers can go on missions trips, be in various drama, choir, sports and other activities. No church is perfect and you can find something you don't like about all church. What puts most people off about Frazer is the size but you can meet people in small groups. Go on a missions trip and you will have people you know for life. My family went to Ecuador and my only complaint is that we had to move away. I am sad that we had to leave this great church!!!

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Missions minded church. This church has something for everyone. We went to Calvary Chapel in California for years and we have looked for a church that taught through the Bible. Although Frazer does not do this we came to love this church. The teaching is straight from the Bible and John puts only the Word in his outlines. Sunday School classes are a great place to get to know people and get involved. Teenagers can go on missions trips, be in various drama, choir, sports and other activities. No church is perfect and you can find something you don't like about all church. What puts most people off about Frazer is the size but you can meet people in small groups. Go on a missions trip and you will have people you know for life. My family went to Ecuador and my only complaint is that we had to move away. I am sad that we had to leave this great church!!!

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When we first moved to Montgomery, it was one of the first church's my wife wanted to visit. I thought no way, are you getting me into that big old church. Our first daughter was born about 9 months after we moved here. When she was two, we started her in the Mother's Morning Out program at Frazer. We had looked at all the preschool programs in the city and knew that it was this church's program we wanted our children in, if at all possible. By that time we had visited lots of churches and had joined a different one. Being a SAHD it was I that would take her to "school" each morning, she remained there until she started Kindergarten. Her little sister, our second child started going there when she was one. During all of this, we left the church we had joined and had begun visiting other churches (some for long periods of time and others for just one Sunday), yet Frazer was not one of them. Even though, I loved the staff of the preschool and the parents that we had gotten to know that had children attending the preschool with our children, I still could not see myself in such a large church. Well as time went on and we were not finding a church to call "home", I felt pulled to go and just "try" that big old church. I surmised that since I had been up there so much volunteering at the girl's school, I pretty much knew my way around (LOL). We parked across the street and walked through the front of the church, making our way to the atrium to find our place at this big church on a Sunday morning. When we made the corner and walked into the atrium...I was like goodness this is a big old church. There were people everywhere, going towards Sunday school classes, heading to different worship services, there were some milling around in the bookstore, and lots and lots of individuals talking with one another, while their children played on the submarine with their friends. We turned toward the tugboat to ask where we needed to go to get the girls signed in and a security badge so we could pick them up. Before long, we had someone showing us where and how and what we needed to be doing. The girls of course fell right into place. Then we had to decide... traditional or contemporary?? I'm pretty sure that first Sunday my wife didn't want to over do it with me, so we chose the traditional service. God used that service, just like he does anywhere we listen for him, to speak straight to me. The next week we were adventurous and visited the contemporary service. We have flipped flopped between the two and still haven't decided which one we want to attend, we don't even decide until we are there....but each service God has used either John Ed and the choir or John Schmidt and the praise band to speak to both myself and my wife and HE has done so in a powerful way. We have only been visiting for a couple of months and have not found a Sunday School class to call our own, yet. Our girls love it there. I can't even begin to tell you what all is offered to the children, but most importantly they are taught about the love of our Savior. There are 3 Contemporary services on Sunday morning and 3 traditional services, those start at 8, 9:30, & 11. There is also an Hispanic Service that starts I think around 10. There are many, many choices for Sunday School, something for everyone. There of course is the gym that has things going on all during the week. Frazer has it's own children's sports programs as well as those for adults. I remember when we first moved here and after we had visited another church and the pastor would come by our home for a visit and we would ask about this type of program or that type of thing, "several" of them would say no we don't have that, our church just isn't large enough to support that, but we have several from our church that attend those at Frazer. Those were Baptist preachers by the way. I was raised in a Southern Baptist Church and one of those same preachers told me that Frazer is about as close as you are going to get to a Southern Baptist Church with the Methodist. (I still find that funny today...LOL) I didn't mean for this review to be so long, but I wanted to stress, that even though Frazer is indeed large, which means many different chances for worship and fellowship, it also allows many opportunities to serve. Even with the masses, Frazer can also be small enough to meet God one on one there, I have over the last couple of months.

PROS: Lots of worship, fellowship, ministry opportunities
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When we first moved to Montgomery, it was one of the first church's my wife wanted to visit. I thought no way, are you getting me into that big old church. Our first daughter was born about 9 months after we moved here. When she was two, we started her in the Mother's Morning Out program at Frazer. We had looked at all the preschool programs in the city and knew that it was this church's program we wanted our children in, if at all possible. By that time we had visited lots of churches and had joined a different one. Being a SAHD it was I that would take her to "school" each morning, she remained there until she started Kindergarten. Her little sister, our second child started going there when she was one. During all of this, we left the church we had joined and had begun visiting other churches (some for long periods of time and others for just one Sunday), yet Frazer was not one of them. Even though, I loved the staff of the preschool and the parents that we had gotten to know that had children attending the preschool with our children, I still could not see myself in such a large church. Well as time went on and we were not finding a church to call "home", I felt pulled to go and just "try" that big old church. I surmised that since I had been up there so much volunteering at the girl's school, I pretty much knew my way around (LOL). We parked across the street and walked through the front of the church, making our way to the atrium to find our place at this big church on a Sunday morning. When we made the corner and walked into the atrium...I was like goodness this is a big old church. There were people everywhere, going towards Sunday school classes, heading to different worship services, there were some milling around in the bookstore, and lots and lots of individuals talking with one another, while their children played on the submarine with their friends. We turned toward the tugboat to ask where we needed to go to get the girls signed in and a security badge so we could pick them up. Before long, we had someone showing us where and how and what we needed to be doing. The girls of course fell right into place. Then we had to decide... traditional or contemporary?? I'm pretty sure that first Sunday my wife didn't want to over do it with me, so we chose the traditional service. God used that service, just like he does anywhere we listen for him, to speak straight to me. The next week we were adventurous and visited the contemporary service. We have flipped flopped between the two and still haven't decided which one we want to attend, we don't even decide until we are there....but each service God has used either John Ed and the choir or John Schmidt and the praise band to speak to both myself and my wife and HE has done so in a powerful way. We have only been visiting for a couple of months and have not found a Sunday School class to call our own, yet. Our girls love it there. I can't even begin to tell you what all is offered to the children, but most importantly they are taught about the love of our Savior. There are 3 Contemporary services on Sunday morning and 3 traditional services, those start at 8, 9:30, & 11. There is also an Hispanic Service that starts I think around 10. There are many, many choices for Sunday School, something for everyone. There of course is the gym that has things going on all during the week. Frazer has it's own children's sports programs as well as those for adults. I remember when we first moved here and after we had visited another church and the pastor would come by our home for a visit and we would ask about this type of program or that type of thing, "several" of them would say no we don't have that, our church just isn't large enough to support that, but we have several from our church that attend those at Frazer. Those were Baptist preachers by the way. I was raised in a Southern Baptist Church and one of those same preachers told me that Frazer is about as close as you are going to get to a Southern Baptist Church with the Methodist. (I still find that funny today...LOL) I didn't mean for this review to be so long, but I wanted to stress, that even though Frazer is indeed large, which means many different chances for worship and fellowship, it also allows many opportunities to serve. Even with the masses, Frazer can also be small enough to meet God one on one there, I have over the last couple of months.

PROS: Lots of worship, fellowship, ministry opportunities
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Frazer is a huge church that has so many different things. They have childcare services, sports for both members and non member are welcome to join (especially in kids soccer, etc.), a hispanic service/ministry, and all kinds of outreach ministries for the community. They have contemporary & classic worship. The kids programs are amazing. Frazer is located in East Montgomery close to Eastdall mall. This has got to be one of the best churches we have ever attended. The true meaning of Christ is carried out in Frazer.

PROS: outstanding church
CONS: none

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Frazer is a huge church that has so many different things. They have childcare services, sports for both members and non member are welcome to join (especially in kids soccer, etc.), a hispanic service/ministry, and all kinds of outreach ministries for the community. They have contemporary & classic worship. The kids programs are amazing. Frazer is located in East Montgomery close to Eastdall mall. This has got to be one of the best churches we have ever attended. The true meaning of Christ is carried out in Frazer.

PROS: outstanding church
CONS: none

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Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church promotes its mission through worship, education and service. The church offers a wide range of programs for men, women, children, seniors and youth. Its programs include liturgy, prayer and sacraments, education and formation, music and social outreach. It operates various ministries, such as nursery, student, college and children s ministries. The church also offers adult ministries, including singles, men s, women s and older adult ministries. Its life skill classes, Essentials, are conducted on Wednesday nights. The church also publishes a quarterly guide, Seasons that has information on small group activities and Bible studies and other learning opportunities for all ages. Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church is located in Montgomery, Ala.

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Traditional and Contemporary Worship Services. Children, Youth and Adult Education programs. Ministries for Men, Women, Singles, Older Adults. Local, national and international missions opportunities. Support groups for Grief, Divorce, cancer, chronic ill