Ministries


  • Christian Eduction


    We offer Sunday School classes for all ages! Sunday School is a fun and inspirational way to grow in your faith and  form new friendships. Join us Sunday mornings from

    9:30 - 10:20am


    G.R.A.C.E Place is our children's Sunday school,  ages 4 years old - 5th grade. Not only do we have arts and crafts, games and snacks but We also  study the bible, worship God, memorize Bible verses and have fun learning about Jesus and how He wants us to live. 


    We have classes for 6th - 8th grade and also a high school class. 


    Every year our youth participate in the Christmas program, Palm Sunday and Vacation Bible School. 


    Please call Chris Moore @  

    (309) 337-4162 if you have any questions about our education department.


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  • Youth Group


    Youth Group is a fun and engaging ministry for young people in our community. It is open to all youth, regardless if they attend our church regularly or not, grades 6-12.


    We generally meet Sunday evenings from 6 - 7:30pm at the Church, however we try to have one event monthly that may lead to a different time and/or location (these changes are always communicated by the youth group coordinators)


    What to expect


    A typical evening consists of worship, a devotion, food and fun! for more info please contact Adam or Michelle Carlson.

     adamcarlson25@gmail.com

    Adam: (309) 368-0465

    Michelle: (309) 368-3382

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  • United Methodist Women


    Our Purpose

       “The organized unit of United Methodist Women shall be a Community of women whose PURPOSE is to know god and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of MISSION through participation in the Global ministries of the church.”  


     According to the Book of Discipline of the United Methodist Church, it is stated that “In every local church there shall be an organized unit of United Methodist Women”. Our local unit is directly related to the District, (Spoon River) and Conference (Illinois Great River). Membership is open to ANY and ALL Women, to any woman who indicates her desire to participate in over 100 Global Missions of the church. Two Missions that our IGRConference supports are Cunningham Children’s Home in Urbana and the Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House in East St. Louis. For 150 years UMW has been living Faith, Hope and Love in Action.


    President ~ Chris Moore


    Deborah Circle ~ Peg Willhardt

    Chr. meets 2nd Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.


    Priscilla Circle ~ Penny Vaughn

    Chr. meets 3rd Monday at 7:00 p.m.


    For more information contact one of the Officers above. Also, there is a 2018 Directory in the Church Lounge that has all the information of our Local Unit.   

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  • Senior Adult Ministry


    "The Vision of Older Adult Ministries in our congregation is to enhance the lives of older adults, spiritually, mentally, emotionally, socially and physically and to recognize them as individuals of value and worth who have and contributions and dreams for their church regardless of age."  


    Senior Ministry Coordinator


    Joyce Clark


    clarkrj64@mail.com  


    (309) 299-5682

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  • Mission Outreach Committee


    The purpose of the mission outreach committee is to reach out into the community to help and serve those in need and to support our district  and conference missions


    the first Sunday of every month, the committee provides a breakfast with a free will donation to support a specified mission for each month


    All year a basket is provided in the back of the church for non-perishable grocery donations; to be delivered monthly to Jamison center. 


    In June , because the Jamison center pantry is  very low, the committee sponsors a "fill the pew" campaign for the purpose of filling a pew with non-perishable grocery items. All groceries are delivered to Jamison center for their pantry. In November, the committee provides a "Charlie Brown Tree" to collect hats, scarfs, gloves, socks and new children's books. All donations are given to Jamison center


    The Outreach Committee is supported 100% by love donations and 100% of the donations go to donations. 



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