Howe Memorial United Methodist Church is located at 252 S. Summit Street, in Crescent City, FL. Our congregation has been a part of this beautiful Florida town for over 150 years. The faces have changed over the years, but our commitment to serve God and our Community has remained strong. Please come and join us in our continuing mission to improve ourselves and our area by following Christ’s example in our daily living.


We believe we are called to joyfully
represent the kingdom of God
through witness, discipleship,
and service to others. 
We welcome people from any economic, racial, or social
background to join us.
Howe Memorial
United Methodist Church
252 S. Summit Street, Crescent City, FL 32112
Phone: 386-698-2635
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Sunday Service Times
We Are Open!! Worship Service: 11:00 AM
Sunday School & Small Group Studies: 9:30 AM
A Live Feed of Sunday Worship Service can be watched
on Facebook on the Fish & Fern Faith Community homepage at 11:00 AM each Sunday
We love God and search the Scriptures to hear and obey God’s Word.
We welcome and serve all people, particularly the poor and marginalized,
as an expression of God’s love for us.
We desire everyone to experience a life of worship and joy
in God’s presence by faith in Jesus Christ.
We are changed by the power of the Holy Spirit as we learn to follow Jesus.
We believe that changed people are called to change their communities
by the power of the Holy Spirit.
We believe all disciples are called to discover their gifts
and to live out their unique mission.
We share our faith in the context of authentic relationships.
Because we follow Jesus together, we have a responsibility
to hold one another accountable for our discipleship.
The lot our church sits on was donated by James R. Howe of Brooklyn, 
New York and the church was named in his honor.
The brick church standing today was the vision of Rev. W.S. Hullett with the corner stone being laid on July 28, 1922 followed by dedication in 1932. Our church has
been serving the needs of this community for nearly 150 years and has been a
light to those around it since the first gathering of our congregation in
the pioneer days immediately following the War Between The States.  
Those pioneers gave us a heritage of  good Christian values
which continue to this day.  May it be said that we continue to be faithful
with that which has been given us so future generations may
continue the circle of love began so many years ago.