Our Mission is to "Make Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World."

We accomplish this mission through Open Proclamation of the Gospel and by Missional Service in which we serve God by serving Humankind:  Please read over the choices below; if you feel led to learn more about participation in one or more, please contact the church.

Also, find out what your gifts are and how they can be used: Gifts_Based_Guide

Grace Community Healthcare

Sisterhood in Christ

United Methodist Men

Youth Ministry

Bell Choir

Tradtional Chancel Choir

Contemporary Praise Bands

Handbell Choir
Kindness Cottage
Bread of Life Ministry
Caring & Sharing: Toys & Food Distribution
Kairos Outside
Boy Scouts

Cub Scouts (male)

Cub Scouts (Female)
His Kids
Wood Memorial Service

United Methodist Men: Build wheelchair ramps, Assist with moving people, Limited remodeling – Small electrical, Strip/Wax floors
Sisterhood in Christ: Christmas Store, Birthing & Sewing Kits, Prayer Blankets, Caring & Sharing – Christmas Stockings


UMW’s Christmas Store


Sisterhood in Christ has a Christmas Store each year. Numerous children came to make purchases for family and friends. With the help of many volunteers, this event is very successful. There is a huge selection of items. Volunteers help children make those important decisions and also many help with wrapping and tagging. Thanks to all who donate….and thanks to the many volunteers who help make the Christmas Store successful. We appreciate their time and dedication.
When the date is determined, it will be posted in the Events tab.

Caring & Sharing: Volunteers Work Hours to Prepare and Then Work Some More to Distribute Toys and Food


These photos tell some of the story about the Caring & Sharing effort to provide toys and food to those in need. This effort begins in early June when 600 large red stockings are cut and many volunteers sew these to be ready for the toy collection. The effort really picks up steam in November when everything begins arriving at the Ministries Center. So many of our church members work for days getting ready. As a result, numerous families receive two to four boxes of food, depending on the family size. Each family also receive a frozen frying hen, and larger families receive a hen and turkey. Six hundred children receive Christmas stockings and toys, and the elderly are also given gifts. What a spectacular outpouring of community sharing!


Methodist Men Build Ramp for Amputee

Recently on a very hot couple of days, volunteers from UMM built a ramp for Terry Everett. Those who contributed are: Ed Castro, Larry Gackle, Art Gould, Larry Jones, Chuck Lowery, Bob Mallory, Charlie Wright, along with Wilford Jones.


Kiwanis Has Another Successful Back to School

Throngs of children partake of the free eye exam, dental check, haircuts, and receive their back packs each year. The Kiwanis and First United Methodist Church are partners in making this event successful.