Stay up to date with all of the church happenings going on throughout the month! Make sure to check back from time to time, as we are always up to something!



Want to regsiter for something coming up? Click the link below you plan to register for and fill out the form.

Need to use a room at the church? Fill out this form to submit a request.

Requests must be submitted at least five days before the requested event date.

Click the button below and fill out the form to let us know you would like an At-Home Christmas Eve Communion Kit.

We want to know you have worshiped with us! Click the button below and fill out the form to let us know you've watched one of our virtual services.


Discover Madison Street – Virtually!

If you are interested in becoming a member of Madison Street United Methodist Church, we invite you to begin your journey by attending “Discover Madison Street-Virtually!”  This 45-minute class session held via Zoom will give you an introduction to the ministries of the church and explore ways you can connect and become a member.

December 6 at 11:30 a.m.

If you have any questions please email Rev. Jared D. Wilson.

Fall Children's Choirs

Get ready for the REMIX as Joyful Noise and Joyful Sound Choirs learn to praise God in a whole new way! Students registering for these choirs will receive videos to practice for songs they will share during virtual worship. Students will then participate in in-person rehearsals and recordings ONCE A MONTH to be included in virtual worship. The in-person rehearsals will have both music and faith/education based components to help students continue connecting with God and one another. 

Joyful Noise & Joyful Sound

For children in kindergarten through fifth grades

Immanuel Draws Near – WAKy Wednesday REMIX – December 2

A Virtual Advent Study

Incarnation: Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas

Jesus was called many things: Lord, Messiah, Savior, Emmanuel, Light of the World, and Word Made Flesh.

You may have studied what each of these names mean, but what do they tell us about the child whose birth we celebrate?

How might the meaning behind these names affect the difference he makes in our lives this Christmas?

Cost: $15.00

The 4 Class Sessions will be held via Zoom on Sundays at 5:00 p.m. beginning November 29.

Questions? Contact Rev. Jared Wilson


Creation Care

As COVID changes our Thanksgiving traditions, let’s make this an opportunity to plan a greener holiday. United Methodist Creation Justice has great suggestions here for creating some new traditions.

F.U.E.L.: Feeding Food

In-Secure Children

Thank you for your F.U.E.L. support.  We always welcome monetary donations to F.U.E.L. Ministry. 

Supporting Missions through Holiday Market Giving

The United Methodist Women's Priscilla Group will not be hosting the Holiday Market this year because of the many concerns regarding COVID-19, but as you know, Priscilla uses the proceeds from Holiday Market to support many church programs and missions within the community. These missions include the United Methodist Women Scholarship, Tarpley Scholarships, F.U.E.L., Meals on Wheels, Loaves and Fishes, Urban Ministries and Safe House, Montgomery County Imagination Library, Project Transformation, and many others. The Priscilla Group would like to continue to fund these missions, and you could help by possibly donating the amount you would normally spend on Holiday Market baked goods or frozen casseroles. Any amount would help keep these vital missions funded. Checks can be written to Madison Street UMC with  “Priscilla/Holiday Market” designated in the memo. Mail checks to: 319 Madison Street, Clarksville, TN 37040.  Click here to donate online! Type "Priscilla/Holiday Market" in the additional comments. THANK YOU FOR YOUR FAITHFUL SUPPORT OF HOLIDAY MARKET!

Urban Ministries Needs Volunteers

Clarksville Area Urban Ministries is seeking volunteers to serve in the Grace Assistance Program (GAP) as interviewers.


Interviewers relate directly with persons in need, assessing for what assistance they qualify, giving referrals, and issuing vouchers for utilities, gas, rent, and more. Please note that in response to COVID-19, interview rooms provide a safe 6 feet or more between the interviewer and client, with a protective clear panel separating them. Clients, volunteers and staff are required to wear a mask. There is regular sanitation and no gathering in the lobby.


The Grace Assistance Program is a drop-in center that provides a safe and warm place for those who have nowhere else to turn. We also provide assistance for:


Monthly living expenses, such as food, shelter, utility bills


Prescription medications

Personal hygiene items

Blankets, fans, and air conditioners

Clothing and footwear for all ages

Children's school supplies


GAP hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until noon.

You may call the office at 931.648.9090 or visit the website to volunteer.

Hands on Opportunity to Help Feed Hungry in our Community:

Loaves and Fishes’ “Soup Kitchen” serves meals between 10:30 am and 12:00 pm.


Who Can Volunteer:

You must be 18 years old or older to work in the kitchen. New volunteers must complete an application. Contact Rita at to receive the application by email or contact the staff person on duty the day you volunteer.


Volunteer Day & Hours:

Madison Street sends a team on the second Saturday of the month from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm at Loaves and Fishes, 215 Foster Street Clarksville, TN 37040.  Teams arrive at the kitchen by 8:00 AM and prepare a meal to be served between 10:30AM and Noon. 


Safety Measures in Place:

Currently, in lieu of the traditional hot plated meal, volunteers assemble and distribute bags of food. Social distancing is practiced and volunteers wear masks, gloves, and aprons. These safety items are provided.  


How to Volunteer:

Contact Charlie Ussery at  

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