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Life Groups

All adults are invited to participate in Sunday School Classes, Life Groups (our small group discipleship ministry) or an “Eight Out and About” group as a way of getting to know others in the church family.

 

Men

The United Methodist Men’s group seek to foster a deeper relationship with God through fellowship, study and service. We meet on the first Sunday of the month at 7:30 for breakfast. We serve the congregation by providing helping home repairs, sponsoring fund raising projects for missions and participating in mission trips.

Women

The United Methodist Women meet the first Saturday morning of each month at 9:00. We are active in District and Conference Fellowship activities and support a number of mission projects locally and globally.

Our Women’s Bible Study group meets once a month on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m., September through May, in member’s homes. They study a variety of books and topics.

Youth

We have two youth groups. Our senior high youth group is for all high schoolers and meets twice a month for study, service and fun.

The highlight of our year is our annual mission trip that usually takes place in June. This year’s mission trip was to Atlanta, Georgia where we worked with the homeless.

Our Junior high youth group meets twice a month for fun and service. They also go on a mission trip sometime during the summer. This summer they went to Topsail, North Carolina to help with needed home repairs.

Bring a friend! Our youth counselors are Lori Bocock and Graham Witt. Please email them with any questions at DaytonYouth@comcast.net

Children

We have Sunday School for children of all ages at 10:00 a.m., a children’s time during the 11:00 a.m. worship service followed by Children’s Church. In the summer we have Vacation Bible School and other seasonal activities for our children. While we want our children to have fun, our primary goal is to make sure they are learning the Gospel and God’s will for their lives.

Young Followers is our third through fifth grade fellowship group. They meet twice a month during the school year for fun and service right after the 11:00 a.m. worship service. This group also participates in worship by serving as acolytes and reading Scripture.