As members of the congregation, we're sent into the community to serve those in need and to make our community more loving and just. We believe that the Holy Spirit empowers and guides us in our ministries and that wherever there's need and suffering, we meet Christ, already at work. But still, we cannot be effective in ministry on our own. So the congregation exists, in part, to surround and support each member in his or her ministry. We do not always succeed in our efforts to be faithful disciples in the world. But with the loving support of the community of faith, we can continue to grow.
We Are All Called to Minister
Though our gifts vary widely, we're all called to and engaged in the one ministry of Jesus Christ.
Some of the opportunities to minister within the church are:
Vocal Choir, Hand Bell Choir, United Methodist Women, Prayer Quilt and Shawl Ministry, Sunday School for children and adults, and quarterly Bible and Book Studies. Participants and leaders are needed in all areas of ministries.
It Happens in Our Daily Activity
Opportunities for fellowship include:
Monthly Men's Fellowship Breakfast, Men's Fellowship Golf League from May through September, Euchre Tourney Night, and Women's Christmas Tea.