Faith United Methodist Church, 19940 Church St., Rehoboth Beach, will host its annual homecoming at 11 a.m. Oct. 6, with the Rev. Marjorie Belmont-Burns as pastor.

This year’s theme is “The Past, Present, and Future: Faithfully Serving God and Community.”

The guest messenger will be Rev. Marie Robinson, formerly of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church, now Faith United Methodist Church, and a native of Rehoboth. Robinson graduated from Duke Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina; served as pastor of several churches in Maryland and Delaware; was the first African American to preach at the Baccalaureate Services at Crisfield High School, Crisfield, Maryland and the first female pastor to serve at the New Revived United Methodist Church Taylors Island, Maryland. She retired in 2013 and was called back to preach July 2016 at Metropolitan United Methodist Church in Harrington.

Immediately following the homecoming everyone is invited outside of the church to celebrate the dedication of a historical marker of the former Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church. Dinner will be served after the historical marker dedication at the fellowship hall.

For more, call 227-8738 or 443-298-0076.