Programs and Ministry Opportunities
Though we are a small church, Middle Creek United Methodist offers a variety of ways to get involved beyond attending our regular Sunday church services. Below you'll find a quick description of the programs and ministries in which we are involved.
Taught by Lay Leader David Sarten, an adult Sunday school class meets each Sunday morning from 9:45 - 10:45. This class is composed largely of discussion-based learning with emphasis on relevant topics including, but not limited to core Methodist beliefs, spiritual growth, and practicing faith in today's society. All are welcome to attend!
Kids & Teens Ministry
Sunday school classes are available each Sunday morning from 9:45 - 10:45 while adult classes are also in session. We have classes for children and teens of all ages. During class, children will experience lessons and activities that teach biblical principles and engage them in thoughtful, age-appropriate discussions on Christian living and how we can apply the Bible's teachings to our daily lives.
Confirmation classes are also held as needed for youth who are prepared to commit to faith in Jesus Christ.
Middle Creek is always looking to find new ways to give back to the community. Over the years, we have been involved in many community ministries such as providing free community meals, supporting missionary efforts at home and abroad, donating to local nonprofit organizations, and collecting supplies needed for disaster relief efforts.
Community involvement is very important to us and we look forward to new opportunities to serve!
Every Wednesday night at 6:30, we gather in our educational building to study God's word. If you're ready to take a deep dive into God's word and its relevance to your life, this is the place for you. All are welcomed to attend this study, during which we pray, learn, and grow together in Christian faith.