How Do I Meet People?

We want you to be a part of our church community. Here is how you can learn, serve, and grow at this church.
Small Group / Bible Study
Often, small groups of people are better able to interact and learn about a topic than larger groups are. For that reason, our church has small Bible studies.  At a time designated by your group leader you can participate in the small group study.
Sunday School
Each Sunday morning, children get to participate in their own classes. Bible lessons are taught in such a way that every child gets to participate and learn. Each of the class teachers is carefully screened and trained in children’s instruction. The youth ministry of our church is recognized for their meaningful interaction with kids.
Young Adults
Life can get complicated once you cross that nebulous threshold into adulthood. There are complicated decisions. Bigger stakes. Serious relationships. And a whole lot more decisions. Our church provides a welcoming atmosphere for college and early-career aged young people.
Women’s Group

The Women’s Group was organized by Lore Smith and Peggy Nye, as a time of sharing, caring and strengthening spiritually. The meetings include Bible Study as well as a variety of other activities such as movies, book studies, hymn sings and field trips. The meetings are held the 2nd Friday of the month in Fellowship Hall from 9:30am to 12 noon. .

Our Purpose is to provide an opportunity for Christian Fellowship and spiritual growth for women of all ages.

Our Mission is to support our Church with our presence, talents, tithes, and to grow spiritually to the benefit of ourselves, our families, church and community.
Please feel free to call Ellen Cheeseman at 921-0409 if you would like more information
United Methodist Men
The ministry of men in the local church is defined as a core group of men, partnering with their pastor, to invite and initiate spiritual growth opportunities for all men of the church. Everyone has different gifts, graces and areas of interest.  The focus is not inward, concentrating only on those who attend a set meeting, but outward to all men, assisting them to engage the process of spiritual growth