UMM is a men’s group focused on service and fellowship. They enjoy great camaraderie while they cook, serve, and support various missions and ministries including Taunton Children’s Home, Wounded Warrior retreats, Hope for the Heart, Youth ministries, and missions around the world. If you are interested in serving, or would like more information on what UMM does and how you can participate, please contact Tom Pieknik at 850-640-0066 or Thomas.firstname.lastname@example.org
The UMW Mission Circle is the official organization for women who choose to participate in United Methodist MISSIONS locally, nationally, and internationally. We are 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.
LHUMC has a day circle that meets at 9:30 on the third Tuesday of each month in the Fellowship Hall for a brunch, special speakers, and/or a program on missions or scripture topics. Our night group meets at 6 p.m. on the third Tuesday in the home of Mary Sharp with a similar format except for the meal.
Our next UMW Mission Circle meetings will be Tuesday, April 19. Ladies are invited to be our guests for a brunch beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the Transmitter campus and the program includes Terry Tatum speaking on the 20/20 Vision, mission fundraisers, etc. Those who could be better served in the evening are welcomed to Mary Sharp's home at 6 p.m. Please contact Pat Garrett at email@example.com for more information.
This dynamic group plans dinners and social outings for those age 55 years and up! Events such as Valentine's Day, Spring and Fall dinners and our annual Christmas party are just a few of our popular events. We also sponsor trips to Swamp Gravy and May-Haw Christmas, both in Colquitt, GA. Come and join our group for food, fun and fellowship! Check the church 55+ bulletin board for details on the next upcoming event!
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Contact Scott Waddell, firstname.lastname@example.org
LHUMC supports a weekly breakfast on Saturday mornings at the Trinity Center at First United Methodist Church (downtown Panama City). Doors open at 7 am, relationships are built with those who do not have a permanent place to live, while giving them a chance to enjoy a hot meal. Most weeks there is access to a shower trailer, computer lab, complimentary haircuts, and hygiene kits. Members of LHUMC support this breakfast on an occasional basis (quarterly, other) but volunteers are welcome at the breakfast any weekend. Contact email@example.com to see when LHUMC members are scheduled to help again. Contact Dr. Ted Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org who organizes the breakfast weekly to volunteer directly.
LHUMC supports a city-wide, multichurch-supported outreach on Thursday nights to feed the homeless at McKenzie Park on in downtown Panama City. LHUMC groups are responsible for the fourth Thursday night of every month. The group does the cooking, and feeds approximately 100 people, setting up at 6:15 pm and is completely finished by 7:30 pm. Please contact Nancy Stewart at email@example.com if you are interested in participating.
LHUMC occasionally purchases food trucks for free distribution to the community at our Fusion campus. To help serve at these special events, contact the church at 850-265-5231 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or the next food truck date.
This group of men serves the community by building wheelchair ramps and providing safety bars for the elderly and disabled. To join a work project, contact Larry Wells 404-307-1535 or Tom Gildersleeve 850-814-247. To request a ramp, contact Heather Howell at 850-265-5231 for the required form. [Learn More]
This network of women provide meals and encouragement to women who have recently had a baby. To help with meals, or nominate someone to receive meals, please contact Susan Hawkins 850-896-1303 or email@example.com
From March through June, our men's softball team plays games on Monday nights at Oakland Terrace as part of the “higher level” church softball league. To participate, the minimum age is 16. The cost to play is usually under $50. This is a great way to meet people and get involved in a healthy and fun atmosphere. Contact Eric Rankin, firstname.lastname@example.org
From March through June, our women's softball team meets at Oakland Terrace to play 2 games a week against other local church teams. To participate, the minimum age is 16. We always have a range of ages and skill levels, so anyone is welcome to play. The cost to play is usually under $50. This is a great way to meet people and get involved in a healthy and fun atmosphere. Contact Kelli Garrett, email@example.com