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Spotlight Ministry of the Week - Adult Ministries

ADULT MINISTRIES

Covenant Groups: A maximum of 12 members comprise these spiritual enrichment accountability groups that form at the beginning of the Lenten Season and meet for eight weeks. A number of these groups choose to continue meeting year-round.

The Prayer Ministry: Many small group prayer opportunities, as well as Prayer Request Cards, Intercessory Prayer Acknowledgment Cards, and the Katherine Praytor Memorial collection of books, are provided by the Prayer Ministry. In July, a group travels to Lake Junaluska for The Upper Room Prayer and Bible Conference, a four-day retreat in the mountains of North Carolina.

Fellowship Dinner Clubs: These clubs, which begin meeting in January of each year, provide an opportunity for church members to become better acquainted in an informal setting. Most meet in homes each month, but some choose to go to restaurants.

Men's Ministry: Ongoing programs include the Tuesday morning breakfast and Bible study led by our senior minister and the Wednesday Morning Men;s Prayer Group. The Men's Council coordinates men's softball and basketball teams as well as several annual events including the Wild Game Supper.

U.M.W. - United Methodist Women: UMW is open to all women of the church. UMW emphasizes community nurturing women at all ages and stages of life. UMW has a general meeting the first Monday of each month at 10:30 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. nine circles meet at different times and days during the month.

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