Jacksonburg United Methodist Church
Saturday, September 20, 2014
About Us
We are a vibrant growing congregation of 174, located in the smallest incorporated village in Ohio (population 67) [2000 census].  We have approximately 120 people in two worship celebrations.  And we would to have you join us on our journey of becoming the people that God that needs and wants us to be as we seek to live, teach and share God's grace and love throughout the local community and the world. 
 
 
 History
The original congregation was established in 1843 as a Methodist Protestant church known as “The Union Church of Jacksonburg.”  In 1924, former Ohio Governor James M. Cox, a member of the church helped draw the plans for the current sanctuary.  He proposed that it be build after a gothic church he saw in England.   In 1947 the congregation became Jacksonburg Evangelical United Brethren Church. The education wing was added to structure in 1964.  The carillon system was donated by Governor Cox and dedicated in 1956.   It was replaced by a digital system in 2001 which is still in operation.