- About Marquette Hope
- Traditional Worship
- New Day Worship
- Calendar Of Events
- Weekly Announcements
We have recently reincorporated into “Marquette Hope,” a multi-site United Methodist Faith Community. Our “First campus” is one of three sites or campuses that make up Marquette Hope and is located at 111 East Ridge Street. Our other two campuses are “Skandia” (189 Krieger Dr. Skandia, MI) and “The Connection Center” (927 W. Fair Ave, Marquette)
If you’d like more information please feel free to call us at 906-225-1344 or email us at email@example.com
For the most up to date information online, please visit our facebook page: facebook.com/mqthope
Skandia 9:00 am
First 9:00 am
Connection Center 11:30 am
Our traditional worship service is offered every Sunday at 9 AM. We follow the liturgy of the church, sing traditional hymns accompanied by the organ, and are lead in singing by our Sanctuary Choir. Come and worship together with us!
There is a new day in worship at First United Methodist Church that begins at 11:15 AM, and we hope it might include you!
What is our New Day service like? We offer a more contemporary style which is popular all across the country. Praising God is the dominant theme. Music is provided by “Hearts on Fire”, our worship band.
It’s a simple service of singing, prayer, scripture and message; usually within 50-60 minutes. Multi-media is frequently used, with visual projection, film clips, chancel drama, sermon illustrations and whatever else we can manage.
Stay up to date on what’s going on at First United Methodist Church of Marquette!
From Community Meals, to music ministries; Marquette’s First United Methodist Church has an event and organization to fit everyone’s needs. Be sure to check our google calendar on our About page for the most up to date and detailed information about our upcoming events.
Kristi Hintz was born in Ann Arbor and raised in the nearby North Lake United Methodist Church. She graduated from Chelsea High School and attended Western Michigan University, earning a degree in Organizational Communication. She attended The Methodist Theological School in Ohio (MTSO). She served as the associate pastor at the Brighton First United Methodist Church and also served the Milan Marble Memorial United Methodist Church. She served in the Detroit Annual Conference as the chair of the Commission on the Status and Role of Women, as a member of the Board of Ordained Ministry, and as a dean at Camp Kinawind.
After moving to Colorado, she worked as the Executive Director at an interdenominational client services nonprofit agency called Evergreen Christian Outreach and also at Rocky Mountain Academy of Evergreen, a public charter school that two of her children attend. Currently she serves as pastor at First United Methodist Church in Marquette. She is married to Christopher Hintz, also an ordained United Methodist pastor, currently serving Grace and Skandia United Methodist Churches. Together they have 5 boys: David – 19, Gabe – 18, Drew – 17, Sam – 15, and Zachary – 9. In her spare time, she enjoys running, hiking, skiing, camping, and other outdoor activities.