FUMC Community and Groups
PUMC's ministries are driven by service and volunteerism that seek to address community needs and promote spiritual growth. We welcome your input and involvement! You can find out about ministry opportunities by signing up for the church newsletter and check our Email your contact info to email@example.com and asked to be placed on the distribution list!
We encourage everyone to take time each day to pray for our church, it's members, visitors and our pastor.
Our Community Prayer list is revised weekly and available on the Sunday Bulletin. If you would like copies emailed to you, contact the pastor about adding your name to the Weekly Updates contact list.
If you would like to participate in Nurturing ministries through prayer, writing thank you notes or greeting cards, please contact the Pastor at 361.972.3013.
Men's Prayer Breakfast is held monthly at different churches at 7:30 a.m. on the second Sunday. To find out this month's location, contact the Pastor at 361.972.3013.
Child care is available for infants below the age of 2 from 9:00-11:00 on Sunday morning.
Sunday school 9 a.m.
The Young Children's class meet in the Nursery and use Play and Pray materials appropriate for ages 2-5.
Youth meet in the room behind Weimar Hall and use video lessons designed for young people.
Adults meet in the Parlor and explore specific books of the Bible or topical studies.
United Methodist Women meet the third Wednesday of each month (except June and July) at 10 a.m. in Weimar Hall. This group participates in local and regional ministry outreach projects and has a annual chicken spagetti luncheon you won't want to miss!
Women’s Upper Room Study meets every Thursday at 10:00 in Weimar Hall. This group uses the Upper Room devotional as their study guide. Pick up your free copy in large or small print in the church foyer.
Each Tuesday evening at 6 p.m., you are invited to create ceramics and fellowship in the Children's Sunday School classroom.
Except June-August, the choir rehearses every Sunday morning at 9 a.m. in the sanctuary. All joyful voices are welcome!
Bell Choir, the Seaside Ringers, are featured for holidays and special occasions. Ringing is fun and requires little musical knowledge. Watch the bulletin and newsletter for more info.
More information about the Crossroads Emmaus Community is online at https:/cremmaus.org