Welcome to Kavanaugh


From the heart of the city, sharing the heart of Christ.


Sunday Schedule

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During the 2020-21 pandemic, our classic Worship service moved online, to the church's Facebook page. You may watch the service anytime after 7:00 a.m. each Sunday.  We re-launched our in-person worship servcies on May 9, 2021, but we are continuing our online service as well.  Whether online after 7:00 a.m. or in-person at 10:55 a.m., worship is available for you.


Click here to learn of health-safety protocols for in-person worship.




The campus is located in the heart of the city, that is, south of downtown Greenville on the corner of Park St. and Stonewall St.

2516 Park Street, Greenville, TX 75401
Kavanaugh is named after Bishop Hubbard Hinde Kavanaugh, who was elected bishop in 1854. At the founding of the church in 1896, one person suggested that they name the congregation after the late Bishop Kavanaugh because he had been a leader in American Methodism.

Heart for Greenville's Welfare

Along with Ken Money, the pastor organized For The City, which is a week of local mission projects for 30+ area churches in June of hopefully-every year.  For The City is a response to Jeremiah 29:7, "Seek the welfare of the city... and pray to the LORD on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare" (E.S.V.).  


Heart for Greenville's Children

Kavanaugh cares about Greenville, especially the city’s children.  The church offers Kavanaugh Kids Day Out, which provides low-cost custodial care and teaching to the youngest of children.

Heart for Greenville's Community Enrichment

Our vision motto is “From the heart of the city, sharing the heart of Christ.” This preferred future includes Kavanaugh’s being a cultural center.  At Kavanaugh UMC, we recognize that cultural and intellectual growth go hand in hand with spiritual development. Our Community Enrichment Series offers both sacred and secular programs designed to foster that growth and to provide family entertainment, free of charge, to the entire community. An endowment fund targeted for enrichment programming has allowed the church to provide this community outreach since 1996.  Usually on every Fourth of July (except 2020), the more than 500 people who participated in the parade down Park Street pack the sanctuary for a fun Patriotic Program.

The series has brought a wide variety of superior performance to the area; for example, Community Enrichment has hosted the very-talented classical musical group Neo Camerata in 2017.