Our church believes we have a direct responsibility for people of the “world” around our church, the community in which we and others study, work, shop, play, and so forth. In this world are people with many hurts, doubts, and questions.
There are some who are new in the community and feel a little lost, some who are proudly self-sufficient, and others who are in desperate circumstances. Our mission is to reach out to them, listen to them, accept them, share the gospel in word and deed, invite them into the family of faith, and joyfully receive all who will respond.
We do this through our Ministries and Outreach.
We sponsor several different support groups at our church.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets on Thursdays at 7:00 pm.
Narcotics Anonymous meets on Tuesdays at noon, and Fridays at 6:00 pm.
Depression & Anxiety Support Group meets meets third Saturday of the month at 2:00 pm. Read more about our support groups
United Methodist Women
The United methodist Women is a community whose purpose is to create a screative, supportive fellowship and to expand the concepts of mission though participation in the global ministries of the church. Read more .
Prayer and Spiritual Growth
Our own Red Miller writes monthly essays on Prayer and Spiritual Growth. Read Red’s essays.
The Fellowship Lantern
Catch up on all of the latest church news in the Fellowship Lantern. Read the latest edition and those in the archive.
The Prom Closet
Sponsored by the United Methodist Women, the Prom Closet features more than 300 dresses for all occasions, including Homecoming, Coming Home, Prom, Evening Wear, and Eighth Grade Dances. Find out more.