50 - 150
Eugene Dean, Jr., Pastor
We are a family-oriented church of just under 300 members with an average Sunday Worship attendance of about 90. We are located near the downtown area of Liberty, which is a small town of about 2,700 people.
For more than a century, First UMC of Liberty has been a vital part of the town and surrounding community. Our 12:00 noon and 5:00 pm steeple chimes ring out across this small Randolph County town to remind its people that we are here to serve God and the community. The people of our church provide leadership and service through our outreach ministries to the local schools, town government, and our local association of churches.
We invite you to our Worship at 11:00 am each Sunday. You will find our people very friendly and open to meeting & greeting new folks. Our worship has a warm blend of traditional and contemporary music, which seeks to meet the needs of the whole family. Our Wesleyan worship style seeks to help God’s Word through Jesus Christ come alive and to be meaningful in our 21st century lives. We also have Sunday School that begins at 10 a.m. for all age groups.
At First UMC, there is something for everyone. We have a Children’s Church for K-5th graders meeting separately each Sunday at 11:20 am in addition to our nursery for newborns-age 4. We have a very active junior youth program (UMYF) as well as our United Methodist Men’s (UMM) and United Methodist Women’s (UMW) groups. We also sponsor scouting programs for boys and girls.
We hope you will visit with us soon. Please check out the other parts of our website to find our schedule of activities and other interesting information.
May God Bless You.
Rev. Jeanette Hayes, Pastor
Rev. Donna Strickland Smith, Pastor
Our church is proud to be part of many mission activities. The appalachia Service Project is one of our biggest projects that we prepare for year round. We have very active UM Women and Men's groups which raise money to give to missions every year. We are avery involved with FaithAction International House which is an organization dedicated to many things including helping immigrants with needs.
We are a multicultural congregation and offer a blended worhsip service with a fine music program which includes changel chor, worship band and hand bells.
We offer ministry with children, youth and young adults.
We also offer many progrms for the community during the week such as AA and Al-Anon, Community Watch, Meals on Wheels Pickup site.
The Rev. Tim Drum, Minister
Home: 336.656.1810 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meredith Bigham, Choir Director
Rev. Tim Drum, Pastor
For over 150 years, Friendship UMC has been an integral part of the Monticello and Browns Summit community. Established as a place where believers could worship in love and harmony, our mission is “to build and sustain a Christian community where believers know, love, and serve God.” Ours is a journey of head, heart, and hands. We want to know God with our head, love God with our heart, and serve God with our hands. Our legacy is one of service to God and man, providing hope for a hurting world. Friendship is a church in transition, striving to uphold time-honored traditions while looking to strengthen our outreach through more contemporary venues providing a multi-sensory experience of worshiping the living Christ. We are a family-oriented fellowship with an eye on the future whose vision is “changing lives through Christian community and renewing the church.”
Judy Davis, Pastor
Moriah UMC is a warm and caring congregation located in southeast Greensboro. Our mission is to provide opportunities for worship, Christian nurture, outreach and mission to all persons. We have a history of almost 200 years of ministry wihtin our community and the world, and we look forward with joy to the ways God will continue to guide our ministry in the years ahead. Our doors are open for all who seek a loving relationship with Christ.
Rev. Joel Locklear, Pastor
"The mission of Triad Native American United Methodist church is to meet the social, cultural, and spiritual needs of people by providing a place and an opportunity to experience Christian Fellowship and spritiual growth within the context of the Native American Culture. Triad Native American United Methodist Church is a home away form home for all God's children and we seek to introduce God and His love to all people."
Rev. Jill Alventosa-Brown
Office Hours: Tues. - Thurs. 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Othery times by appointment
We are the little church in the woods that offers a place where you can get to know others as you grown in faith and love of God and neighbor. We offer opportunities to serve within the church community and to serve outside our walls. We believe each person is called to find their uniqure talents and use them for the glory of God. We are predominately Anglo community, but we have several people from an African and African American background and Latino backgrounds. We want to become more diverse as we seek to reflect God's beautiful creation in our community.
Rev. Chuck Marbry, Pastor
Shiloh UMC is a vibrant, Christ-centered family who wishes to reach out into the community and world to share Christ's love. We celebrate a traditional worshiop each Sunday morning. We offer Sunday School and Christian educaiton classes for all persons aged 2 to 100. We also offer a variety of small groups experiences for men, women, young adults, youth an dchildren. The Gospel, fellowship, mission, and love are at the heart of Shiloh UMC.
Rev. Dr. Mary Miller, Pastor
We’re glad to have you as our guest. We are a family church and seek to be a beacon of light for Christ in our community. Come join the family! At Sandy Ridge you will find opportunities for personal and spiritual growth, along with meaningful ways to make a real difference in your community. You’ll be greeted into our home with warmth and embraced by a supportive extended family. We welcome all to come and be a part of the family known as the church. Our Sunday School begins at 9:45am and we have some excellent teachers especially with our children. Donuts, juice, and coffee are served between Sunday School and worship. Worship begins at 10:45am and goes until 12:00p.m. or until the Holy Spirit leads us. We are very open and flexible those who need healing during the services and have mature Christians ready to pray and anoint persons as they desire. Our specific call to healing ministry is with those battling substance abuse, and broken relationships. Our worship services are very upbeat and there is a lot of different kinds of music - a children's choir performs once a month (a children's handbell choir has recently been added this Spring), an adult choir, and a praise team performs every Sunday. Occasionally special music is offered with drums and electric guitars. The worship service is very informal and guests are welcome to attend in casual attire. Our pastor celebrates Holy Communion on the 1st Sundays of the month. Persons of all ages and denominations are welcome to participate in this sacramental meal. Children and adults are baptized upon request after they meet with the pastor.
We are also committed to being a Safe Sanctuary for all the children we serve. A nursery is available for the youngest children during worship. After a short Children’s Sermon, early in our worship service, the younger children are invited to leave the sanctuary for Children’s Church . We have a weekly Kids Club ministry for children in K-5th grades on Wednesday nights from 6:45-8:00p.m. A Bible Study is also held on Wednesdays for parents and other adults at 1:00p.m. and 6:45p.m.
Our true heart is offering the love and hope of Jesus Christ to others. We host a free dinner for neighbors in our community every Wednesday night at 6:00p.m. We also serve around 200 persons a meal as well as help distribute clothing and supplies at Ward Street Mission Church in High Point on the 4th Thursdays of the month from 4-7p.m. We are very involved with a four month substance abuse recovery program called Harvest Camp (sponsored by His Laboring Few), and help in their graduation services. Our UM Women meet once a month and help with local and global mission projects. Our UM Men meet the 1st Sundays of the month for breakfast at 8am and do local work projects to help others in the community. Once a year on Memorial Day Weekend, we host an outdoor Neighborfest (Saturday) and a Memorial Service (Sunday) for those who have been buried in the Sandy Ridge Community. Other times during the year we host outdoor events such as Trunk-or-Treat and a Live Nativity Scene at Christmas.
Other ministries include:
After School Care - (Pre-K through 8th grade) Mon-Fri (2:30pm-6pm);
Praise Team Practice - 1st and 3rd Sundays at 2:30pm;
M.A.D. -Make A Difference Small Group - every Sunday from 4-5pm;
Soaking Prayer and Healing Service -every Sunday night from 5-6pm;
4-H Club (K-12th grade) - 1st Wed of each month at 6:45pm;
Adult Choir Practice - 2nd and 4th Wed at 6:45pm;
Adult Bible Study Small Groups - every Wed at 7pm;
J.O.Y. Club Seniors Lunch and Bible Study - every Wed at 12-2pm;
CPR Prayer and Fasting Group - every Thursday from 12-1pm;
Beacons of Light Emmaus/Chrysalis Reunion Group - 1st Sunday of each month at 12:30pm;
Summer Performing Arts Day Camp and Soccer Day Camps - Pre-K-6th grades (June-July);
Summer Sunday Night Neighborfest - Live Outdoor Music and Picnic (June-August);
Summer Playground Ministry - weekday mornings (June-August)