Our Vision for Children’s Ministries:
Raising Christian Children
Our Ministry Goals:
- Bring children to Jesus Christ
- Teach them God’s Word
- Help them to build supportive relationships between themselves and other children and adults
- Teach them to serve God and others
Activities For Children
Our Vision for Youth Ministry:
“Building Connections to God, the Church, and Each Other”
"Love the Lord your God with all your Heart, and with all your Soul, and with all your Mind, and with all your Strength" - Mark 12:30
Youth Ministry is a journey, to connect to God, the Church, and one another. We actively pursue our faith by loving God with our:
- HEART (being involved in Christian friendship groups)
- SOUL (attending worship, praying)
- MIND (attending Bible Study or home devotion)
- STRENGTH (participating in church ministries, using the gifts and talents God gave you for His kingdom).
Growing in faith and commitment to God is the most important thing you will ever do. Jump in, get involved, and if you already are, spread the word and bring others along!
Activities For Youth
From Sunday mornings to weekday evenings, we offer study and fellowship opportunities for all adults.
Activities For Adults
We have been called as a church to reach the least, the lost and the little ones. Jesus said that the greatest commandment is to “Love the Lord our God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength,” and the second is like it, to “love our neighbors as we love ourselves.” Loving God with all our strength means to serve God through ministry and mission. This strength is turned inside out when it is expressed through tangible actions of love and hospitality toward others.
A significant portion of our church budget goes to support missions through the United Methodist Church throughout our state, nation, and world. By combining our efforts with millions of Methodists worldwide, we are helping the least, the lost and the little ones.
Becoming A Christian Disciple
Jesus said, “Love God with all your Heart, Soul, Mind, and Strength”, and “Love your neighbors.” -Mark 12:30-31
This is what we try to do at Pendleton Center United Methodist Church!
How can the church help you on your journey to Christian Discipleship?
Each of us needs to evaluate where we should begin, based on our own personal background and experiences. You can start the journey at your own pace, or the church will provide a guide to help you along the journey!
Become A Christian Disciple
Fish Fry Dinners
Thank you for joining us at our Lenten Fish Fry Dinners! See you in October!
2019 Fall Fish Fry Series
Friday, October 18, 4-7 PM
Friday, October 25, 4-7 PM
Friday, November 1, 4-7 PM
We have fried and baked fish, shrimp, and chicken fingers with your choice of sides.