At Grace United Methodist Church, we believe we must reach out in compassion and love to those who long to experience the grace of God.  Service to, and with others is an important part of our ministry; prayerfully consider how you might be a blessing to others through one or more of these ministries. All are welcome!

United Women in Faith

Dedicated to improving the lives of women and children around the world, with a special interest in efforts to stop human trafficking.
Meetings are held monthly on the first Tuesday – 10:00 a.m.
Contact: Suzy McArthur

Rachel Circle holds informal gatherings to share fellowship, learning, and discussions that strengthen our relationship with God; there are also studies that broaden that relationship, such as exploration of world religions.
Meetings are held monthly on the second Tuesday – 10:00 a.m.
Contact: Bette Holmes

United Methodist Men

Supporting spiritual growth among men, helping men to mature as disciples as they encourage spiritual formation in others.
This group also organizes projects that benefit the church and the community.
Monthly meetings are on the third Saturday – 10:00 a.m.
Contact:  Mike Carr or Ray Glover

Ministries of Compassion & Grace

Sew ‘n’ Sews is a group who has decades of expertise in hand stitching quilts.  Offering this service to the community, the proceeds benefit missions and needs of the church.
Tuesdays – 10:00 a.m.
Contact: Betty Prather

Sew Whats
is a gathering who welcomes anyone currently involved in or are interested in learning  knitting, crocheting, needle arts, sewing, quilting and crafts, to the benefit of missions and needs of the church.
Thursday Evenings – 5:30 to 8:30
Contact: Kelly Golden

Breaking Bread & Building Bridges provides a homecooked meal and gracious hospitality for homeless and/or hungry persons in the community.
Wednesdays – 4:30
Contact: Cindy Woodworth

Homebound Visitation teams are dedicated to extending the hand of Christian friendship to those who are no longer able to attend worship.
Contact: Betty Prather or Betty Meacheam

Comfort Bags help to make a hospital or homebound stay more comfortable.  Bags include, but are not limited to, tissue, puzzle books, pen/pencil, notepad, antibacterial wipes, comb, sugar-free candy.
Contact: Karol Spencer
Prayer Shawl Ministry provides hand-knitted shawls for those who are hospitalized or recuperating at home.
Contact: Debbie Lovell