If you suffer from mobility or balance issues, joint problems or other health conditions that limit your ability to perform
standing exercises, regularly practicing seated chair exercises can let you reap the benefits of physical activity. Seated chair
exercises are a way to increase your level of physical activity and improve flexibility, strength and balance.
Be a good steward of the precious resources God has given you. Take care of your resources so they may be useful for God's
work. Your body, a precious God given resource, needs thirty minutes of exercise daily to function well. That physical activity
may as well be fun and happen in good company with music.
Meets: 9:30 – 10:00 am every Wednesday in the Chapel
Contact: Bettye Ames
SAGE Brigade (Everyone 55 and Better)
Meets: 12 noon 2nd Friday of every month
Contact: Debbie Burgio
United Methodist Men (UMM)
The UMM is for ALL men and boys of the church. Most events are open to all ages, friends and co-workers. Our purpose is to “Build Relationships among men through fellowship and service” Activities include hikes, hosting the Sweetheart Dinner, Serving at the Mother Daughter Banquet, outing to ball games and serving on church workdays.
Meets as needed
Contact: Ken Sines
United Methodist Women (UMW)
As Christian women our goal is to endeavor to spread God's love wherever we can through Local, National and Global Ministries. Methodist Women are very busy all year long with many activities such as Prayer Breakfast, Educator’s luncheon, Mother-Daughter banquet, fall retreat and Breakfast with St. Nick for the Children. More importantly these women of the Church are very committed to mission outreach by providing monetary support and helping hands where they can to those in need.
Meets: 7:00-9:00 pm 3rd Thursday of every Month
Contact: Joyce Bickerton or Sandy Sehman
Young Adults (YA)
Are primarily focused on topics of interest to Young Adults from age 18 to 35. This welcoming group who will explore topics for 1-6 sessions at a time and will use a media/discussion format to provoke thoughtful study and exploration. Topics include Half-Truth's, a study put together by Adam Hamilton, that explores many commonly recognized sayings that may reflect but are not actually supported in scripture, Free Market Jesus, Donald Miller's thought provoking examination of how marketing messages affect the message of Christianity; and Francis Chan's study of Amazing Grace where the class will explore the relationship between grace, sin and works. These motivating topics of study are designed to bring us into a closer relationship with God.
Meets: 10:10 a.m. every Sunday
Contact: Steve Dennis
DISCIPLE FAST TRACK STUDY
All Christians are urged by St. Paul to “give attendance to Scripture reading” (1Timothy 4:13) that we may receive God’s Word revealing to us the full witness to Jesus Christ our Lord. In fact, a study of the entire Bible not only involves us in the whole story of God and God’s people but helps us to make that story our story and help us see the greater reality of God’s life all around us.
It is a new edition of the earlier Disciple study, offering 12 weeks on both the Old and New Testaments in 75 minute sections.
From Genesis to Revelation, those who go on this biblical journey will touch each of the 66 books in the bible. The time needed for this entire study is only 36 hours.
Meets: 7:00-9:00 pm every Thursday
Contact: Pastor David