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Our outward ministry groups.
Looking for other ways to serve? Check out our ministry partners below and learn more about how you can get involved in the amazing work they are doing:
Criminal Justice & Mercy Ministries
United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximately 800,000 members whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice.
reaXion Student Ministries strives to encourage 6th-grade students through High School Graduates to develop relationships with God through Jesus Christ. That is our number one priority, however, we don’t just stop there! We share Biblical principles and help youth develop their own ideas about contemporary issues facing teens and the Church. We try to encourage faith development and an individual prayer life. We try to help youth develop relationships with each other and other members of our faith community. We lay foundations for a life in service to God and community. We teach individual responsibility, commitment to the community, and a life that reflects what we believe.
Got a gift for music? Come help us create an atmosphere of praise! Whether your gift is singing in the choir or on a praise team, playing an instrument or running sound or media, we'd be delighted for you to join us and think you'll also find these ministries to be a great opportunity to connect with others.
We offer two worship teams that seek to connect people to God through contemporary styles of music.
One Voice Choir:
This choir leads worship during our traditional service with members that range from youth to senior adults.
Open to kindergarten through 6th graders, this musical and spiritual instruction is our focus as we train kids to worship and grow in Christ.
We have three octaves of handbells that ring once a month in the traditional service.
Mondays at 6:30 p.m.
Bible Study & Group Discussion for men of all ages. Also, join us for Men's Prayer Group on Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
Whatever life brings your way, don't go it alone! We all experience life-changing events at one time or another - the death of a spouse, surgery, long-term illness, divorce or even loss of a job. Sometimes it helps to have someone who will come alongside you to support you with one-on-one attention. Congregational Care Ministers are a group of volunteers who are ready and willing to partner with you when you are facing challenges. These volunteers are trained to listen to your needs, pray with you and connect you to useful and timely resources. From finding a ride to an appointment to meal preparation to help with small home repairs, the Congregational Care Minister is here to assist you.