Mohawk United Methodist Church


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As an outpost of the body of Christ, we work to build on these personality characteristics of our congregation:

We grow disciples of Christ.

We treat people as Jesus would treat them.

We are dedicated to service to others.

We emphasize and support education.

Please join us for worship and see how well we're doing at each one!




Rev. Charles "Woody" Thompson, Minister


Pastor Woody began his service to Mohawk UMC on July 1, 2012. He is a graduate of Indiana University and Christian Theological Seminary. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving a tour of duty in Viet Nam.  He is married to Mary Jo Thompson and they have two grown children, Brandon and Jenna. Jenna is married to Matthew Jeffries and they have a son and two daughters.


Pastor Woody has served several United Methodist Churches. He seeks to share the love and grace of Jesus Christ to all he meets and serves.



Phone: 317.326.2460 (office)  Phone: 317.326.2350 (parsonage)



Leah Zoe Andricopulos, Musician


Leah, 22, began playing the piano at age 8. She is from Mokena, Illinois. She has accompanied services at Grace Episcopal Church in New Lenox, Illinois 2014-2015 and frequently filled in for pianists in the Indianapolis area in other churches. She thoroughly enjoys collaborative piano playing which includes performing in ensemble and accompanying groups as well as soloists. Leah is currently a Piano Performance major at Butler University and studies with Dr. Kate Boyd. Mohawk welcomed Leah to the keyboard in January 2017.



  Katie Roberts, Administrative Assistant

Katie Roberts began serving as Mohawk's Administrative Assistant in March 2011. Before moving to Greenfield she served churches in Iowa and Kansas in administrative support positions.


Email:  Phone: 317.326.2460



  Connie Wilson, Custodian


Connie Wilson is a longtime member of the church (since back when it was an

Evangelical United Brethren Church). She is responsible for keeping the church clean

with the help of her husband, Ben.



Angel Linville, Nursery Attendant

Angel began her service to Mohawk families in 2008 and became the fulltime nursery attendant in 2010. With 10 years prior experience as a home daycare provider, she continues to get her "kid fix" by loving the babies and young children of MUMC on Sunday mornings and at other times that a nursery is provided.