Our congregation has many opportunities in worship, programs, ministries, and studies to create, deepen, better understand, and live out our relationship with Jesus Christ.
Read the weekly newsletter to keep caught up on all the happenings going on in our church family and local community.
Weekly Worship Schedule
Sun - 9:00 AM - Contemporary Worship Service
Sun - 9:45 AM - Sunday School
Sun - 11:00 AM - Traditional Worship Service
March Mission Café
Our next Mission Café will be Sunday, March 24, before the 9:00 service and during the Sunday School hour. The proceeds from this Mission Café will benefit Colquitt United Methodist Church. This congregation is currently worshipping and operating out of Colquitt First Baptist Church due to the extensive interior damage sustained during Hurricane Michael. Insurance will not cover the full cost of repairs and restoration. This is an opportunity to help a sister United Methodist (and South Georgia) congregation—so enjoy some breakfast goodies and make a generous donation to help our sisters and brothers in Jesus on March 24.
The Church Council will meet Monday, March 25, at 6:00 p.m. in Reynolds Chapel. All Council members are expected to attend, but all congregation members are invited to attend.
Fifth Sunday Unity Service
Our first Fifth Sunday Unity Service will be March 31. The service will be at 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary, followed by our Unity Luncheon in the J.O. Smith Building. As always, the church will provide fried chicken and drinks, and you are invited to bring side dishes and desserts. The Epworth Class has been asked to help with set-up and clean-up, but anyone willing to help is welcome. Join us for good worship, good food, and good fellowship on March 31.
UMCOR Sunday (formerly known as “The One Great Hour of Sharing”) will be March 31. UMCOR stands for United Methodist Committee on Relief, which is an outreach arm of our General Board of Global Ministries. UMCOR responds to immediate disaster needs as well as ongoing crisis situations (such as famine). UMCOR is able to do this because of the generosity of United Methodists around the world in responding to appeals for assistance. When an appeal is made and you respond, you can be assured that 100% of your gift goes to the project—no administrative costs are taken out. UMCOR can do this because of the UMCOR Sunday offering—these funds cover the administrative costs of UMCOR as well as helping to fund projects that are underfunded. This church is part of the great tradition of United Methodists helping God’s children affected by disaster—please continue that tradition with a generous gift on March 31!
Vashti Bedding Drive
The Vashti Center in Thomasville is currently conducting a bedding drive. Mattresses have an assigned lifespan and must be replaced. We are now at the point of replacement. A donation of $275 will provide a mattress, mattress protector, pillow, and pillow protector for one of our teens. Our goal is to sponsor 37 beds. Please consider a sponsorship. Your gift will brighten a room and offer the healing comfort of home to one of our youth. (The Vashti Center is our Mission Emphasis for February.)
Cub Scout Pack #519
The new Cub Scout Pack #519 is going gang busters! Come and join! They meet on Tuesdays from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. The Pack is open to Kindergarten through 5th grade boys and girls. For more information, please contact the Church Office. Click HERE to go to the Scout page.
Christian Fellowship Dinners!
Our Wednesday Night, Christian Fellowship Dinners have resumed. Please remember that if you have standing reservations for our Christian Fellowship Dinner, cannot attend, and do not cancel, we ask that you please pay for your meal.
Children up through age 3 - no cost
Children ages 4-10 - $3.00
Ages 11-64 - $6.00
65 and over - $4.00
Immediate Family limit- $20.00
For more information, click here to go to the Music Ministries page.
For more information, click here to go to the Youth Ministries page.