First United Methodist Church
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.
United Methodist Men
United Methodist Men shall be a creative, supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spirituality and to seek daily his will.
Ministry to Men
To Help Men Grow In Christ, So Others May Know Christ
Why This Matters
All persons who follow Jesus are called to grow spiritually through the practice of various Christian habits, or “means of grace,” such as prayer, Bible study, private and corporate worship, acts of service, etc. Jesus taught his disciples practices of spiritual growth and leadership. As Disciples of Christ, we are to share with others as they look to us to be models and guides.
United Methodist Men invites you to connect with us as we keep our eye on the central reason for this ministry – to help others grow to a mature faith in God that moves them to action on behalf of others, especially “the least.” (see Matthew 25:31-46) This aspect of “disciple making” is the ultimate goal of all that we do in the church.
No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, God will meet you there.
United Methodist Men of First United Methodist Church of Moore meets on the first and third Saturday of the month in Fellowship Hall for breakfast, fellowship, and devotion at 8:00 a.m.
Men and young men of all ages are invited to join us on Saturday mornings.
The United Methodist Men serve their church through their many talents to provide repairs and renovation in the church. Church clean-up days are held several times during the year.
The UMM also proudly contributes to the Skyline Ministries.
The United Methodist Men are sponsors of the Scouting Ministry for First United Methodist Church which includes chartering the Venture Crew, Boy Scout Troop & Cub Scout Pack 291. The Scouting Ministry also serves the Girl Scouts of the USA Troop 798.
The UMM hold a church wide dinner in December. This annual event has been named “The Vance Duncan Holiday Dinner” in memory of a past member who began this tradition of showing our love and appreciation for the wonderful congregation of our church.