Like our ministry, Dyers Chapel United Methodist Church has had more than one home. It was founded in 1872 as Dyers Chapel. a Methodist-Episcopal church in a schoolhouse on Maple Grove-Linton Road. Five years later, the name was changed to Dyersburg Chapel Methodist Church.
In November 1911, the church burned down. It was eventually moved to where it stands today, just over three miles west of Cadiz across from Lawrence Cemetery. In the 1960s, when the Methodist-Episcopal Church merged with the United Brethern Church, Dyers Chapel became a United Methodist Church.
Today, Dyers Chapel United Methodist Church is a Proud Sponsor of The Way. That’s Pastor Charles Williams on the left, receiving our supporter poster from Administrative Council Chairperson Ron Rutherford.
The church is very proud of The Way, considering it a very important ministry and local mission service to our community youth. “We know The Way touches these young people in a very special way for God,” said a congregation member.
Dyers Chapel United Methodist Church holds services every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. and Bible study on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m.