College age and older
This is a long-standing class that has devoted its time to in-depth sequential study of the Bible. In the spring, the class puts on a play for the congregation during morning worship as a way of sharing what they have learned and their faith story. It is led by Sue Olesen.
This class looks at current events from a faith perspective, using United Methodist resources. Kaj Ostergaard and Jane Egermann ficilitate this discussion-based class.
This is a class for parents of tweens, teens, and young adults. The group explores parenting with positive faith-based materials. Jennifer Voight will facilitate this group.
6 times a year, the pastor will have a class focused on a special topic which will help us to learn about our faith. Topics can include:
- Methodist faith
- connecting faith and life
Every week from 10:00 - 11:30 a.m., we have a round-table discussion about the Scripture that will be used in worship the following Sunday. This class is facilitated by the pastor, but is shaped by the conversations of the participants. All are welcome to join.
All women are welcome to participate in the various events of the UMW (United Methodist Women). The focus of this group is on mission. In addition to special events and annual fundraisers for missions, the group meets monthly for fellowship, devotions, food, and special speakers. There are 2 groups--one that meets during the day at church, and one that meets in the evening at a member's home.
Please see our Upcoming Events page for scheduled activities.
The UMW also holds the congregation up in prayer. If you have a prayer request that you would like to share, the Prayer Chain will pray for you. Click here to submit a prayer request online.
The church men meet for breakfast on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 7:30 a.m. in the church kitchen. All men are welcome to come for food, fellowship, and bible study.
Click here for Men's 2012 Softball Schedule.
We have several senior lunches and special activities throughout the year that are geared to our senior members. Come and experience fellowship with your friends, and learn about important topics that affect your life.
Stephen Ministers is a program designed to equip and support Christians to provide quality one-on-one lay ministry for those experiencing life's challenges. Each Stephen Minister receives 50 hours of training before entering a confidential caregiver/care-receiver relationship. We meet monthly for peer supervision and continuing education. Classes are year-long, beginning in the winter.
Are you facing one of life's challenges? Do you need a Christian friend to walk with you? A Stephen Minister can help. Call Reverend Hal to schedule a confidential appointment.