Worship Schedule

Our normal worship services and programs are currently suspended due to COVID-19 containment. This is a great time to check out our video content and tune in Sunday mornings for our live streaming worship.

  • Traditional Worship 9:30am
  • Contemporary Worship 11am

Regular Worship Schedule

  • Contemporary East Sanctuary 8:00 a.m.
  • Contemporary Wesley Hall 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
  • Main Sanctuary at 8:00, 9:30 and 11 a.m.
  • Chapel at 6:00 p.m.
  • Hispanic at 11:00 a.m.
  • Chinese at 10:30 a.m.


Worship times may change on holiday weekends, please be sure to check our events calendar for updated schedule if you are planning to visit around New Year's, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, or Christmas.

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Global Missions

Frazer global missions takes a three-pronged approached to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. We send short-term Frazer mission teams, we partner with communities for long-term transformation, and we support missionaries and mission organizations.

"How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!" Romans 10:15


We're always excited to send short-term mission teams from the Frazer Family. Not only is it a blessing and encouragement to the communities we visit, but we find that it enriches the discipleship of those who make the trip. If you want to be a part of an upcoming mission trip you can always contact Brandon Dasinger.

Mission Trip Locations


Frazer is partnered with Mescal's Children's center of hope, an orphan care ministry located in Luanda, Kenya. Frazer takes multiple trips to Kenya every year to maintain this partnership, helping put on VBS for the kids in the care of the ministry there.


Frazer has been taking trips to Haiti for decades. In 2011 Frazer started its first strategic partnership there, working with the deaf community, moving them toward self sustainability. Currently Frazer is partnered with The Hands and Feet Project, helping assure the safety and well-being of orphans.


We send a yearly trip to our partner church in Cuba to offer support through marriage and family care classes.


Frazer has had a long-standing relationship with the Reeves Family who works with the Mission Society. For over 15 years, Martin Reeves, his wife Tracy, and their seven children have lived and served in Trujillo, Peru. El Milagro is an impoverished barrio in northern Trujillo that the Reeves and their Peruvian leadership team seek to reach. We send teams to support their work by facilitating bible schools for the local children and participating in worship with them.


According to the International Organization for Migration, Moldova is the primary source of young girls who are trafficked for prostitution. Frazer's supported missionaries in Moldova work to give children who age-out of government-run orphanages a place to live until they can learn a trade. We're currently planning a trip to Moldova for the fall of 2019 to support our missionaries and minister to these orphaned girls.

“Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.” Matthew 28:19


The primary way that the Frazer family participates in Mission is by forming long-term partnerships with local community members and NGOs. This way we get to form lasting relationships, help raise up community leaders, foster long-term spiritual growth, and help equip people groups to become a self-sustaining community of Christ-followers. These are God-sized projects, and we're in it for the long-haul; staying plugged for years to come.

Strategic Partnerships

Mescal's Children's Center of Hope

Mescal's Children's Center of Hope exists to answer the plight of the Orphan in Kenya through both Orphan care and Orphan prevention. Frazer's Partnership currently sees that each child in the care of Mescal's is sponsored to be sure that their needs are met. Frazer's bookstore also sells crafts made by Mescal's partner ministry "Hands of Hope" which seeks to prevent children from becoming orphans through job creation. Frazer is also helping raise funds to build a new school in Luanda Kenya.

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Guanabacoa Methodist Church, Cuba

As a part of the United Methodist denomination, Frazer is proud to have many brothers and sisters in Christ working in the kingdom within our church family. One such church is our sister church in Cuba. We have been sending teams to help encourage, bolster their community of faith since formalizing our partnership in 2012. The church is a vibrant, active community of believers who recently expanded their building and are partnering with a rural mission site to reach beyond the four walls of their building. Frazer assisted in the renovation of their current building that has given them a larger worship space to accommodate their growing fellowship of faith.


Frazer also Partners with the United Methodist Church in Angola. Each year we send a few of our pastors to do leadership training with pastors and lay leaders of the United Methodist Church in Luanda, Angola. We continue to partner with them to provide resources, encouragement, training, and fellowship.

Sing to the LORD a new song, Sing His praise from the end of the earth! You who go down to the sea, and all that is in it You islands, and those who dwell on them. Isaiah 42:10


Frazer supports dozens of missionaries and mission organizations all around the world and right here in the river region of Alabama. From reaching out to college students, to loving orphans, to preaching to prisoners, to teaching children about the gospel - these great people of faith are able to do what they do thanks to the generous contributions of the Frazer Family. We're especially proud that many of them are home-grown, long-time members of the Frazer Family.

Supported Missionaries

Here are just a few of the missionaries that Frazer supports financially outside of the United States.

United Methodist Connectional Missions

In addition to all the above, through our connection with the global United Methodist Church, Frazer supports missional initiatives to plant churches, spread the gospel and serve the poor, particularly by working to stamp out killer diseases such as malaria.