Below are our adult fellowship and Bible study groups currently open for new members.
Additional Bible studies begin throughout the year.
This informal discussion with time for lots of questions is held Sundays at 10:00 AM at church, after the 9:00 AM worship service.
The Women’s Book Club is open to all women and meets the third Wednesday of each month, year-round, at 6:30 PM at the Lodge on the Green at the Shawnee Golf Club. Join us! You do not need to read the book - we welcome all ladies at this monthly get together!
Our May book is The Great Alone, by Kristen Hannah. We'll meet on May 21.
Come join the Men's Breakfast on the third Saturday of every month (except July, August, and December) from 9:00-10:30 AM in the Fellowship Hall for breakfast, fellowship, devotions, and prayer. All men over the age of 18 are welcome! This is an opportunity for men to meet and share with other Christian men in a small group setting with no other agenda. While this group is not service-oriented, we do run the Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, support the Community Easter Egg Hunt, and promote other needs in the church. If you would like to receive an e-mail reminder before each breakfast, please send a message to Shawn Michalski at [email protected].
Due to COVID-19, this group is not currently meeting at the church. Contact Shawn for potential meeting times.
United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximately 800,000 members whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice. Members raise up to $20 million each year for programs and projects related to women, children and youth in the United States and in more than 100 countries around the world. Pendleton Center Church has an active UMW Group led by Naomi Laskey, President. The group normally meets throughout the year on the first Thursday of the month at 12pm, except in January, July, and August.
Due to COVID-19, this group is not currently meeting.
A Certified Lay Minister (CLM) is a qualified United Methodist layperson called to congregational leadership as part of a ministry team under the supervision of a clergyperson, but who often serves the church in many other ways.
A person wishing to become a CLM enters the certification process, which includes training, support, supervision, and accountability while serving in a local church assigned by the District Superintendent. CLMs are laypeople serving out their call as a disciple of Jesus Christ. They are not intended to be reimbursed as either full- or part-time clergy and are encouraged to have their primary source of livelihood beyond their local church.
If you are interested in learning more, talk with one of our pastors to explore the process. Pendleton Center Church has many trained Certified Lay Ministers! And be sure to check out Chuck's rattling's on Certified Lay Ministry!