Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Adult Bible Study

Join us every Sunday at 10:45 am in Rooms 1 and 2 for adult bible study.

Youth Group

Youth group will begin meeting on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.

The 1619 Project

The group study will not meet February 14th! Join our group study of The 1619 Project. This study shows how slavery reaches into every part of contemporary American society, from politics, music, diet, traffic and citizenship to capitalism, religion, and our democracy itself. We will read one of 18 chapters each week through February 2024 and discuss. Books are available in the office. Class is offered in person or via zoom (link can be found on the church calendar online).

Wednesdays of Wonder Dinner & Fellowship

4:30 pm: Lenten Study, Room 35:30 pm: WOW Dinner6:15 pm: Chimes & Children’s Bells6:30 pm: Lenten Activity Join us for this great night out. We enjoy home cooked meals at a reasonable price, studies, activities and fellowship. Volunteer opportunities are also available to help cook and clean up. At 6:15 pm, we have the rainbow bells for children and chimes for middle schoolers and adults who want to learn to play just in time for the Easter service. Dinners are $5 each or $20 max…

Blood Drive

We need donors to sign up and also a few people for greeters and snack table monitors. Sign ups are at the Welcome Center or call the church office. Sponsored by the Outreach Committee and led by Mitsy Mentzer. Sign up to donate here.

Advocacy Day

You can make an impact! Join Adrian First UMC and Sherry Stone as they make the trek to Lansing for Advocacy Day on March 13 to support legislative changes to make mental health help more easily available. Click here for more information to prepare for this event. Please contact Sherry if you are interested in attending. We will be car pooling.

Pub Theology

Did you you know that Pub Theology is international? Check out the website at Pub Theology. Gatherings at pubs and restaurants are popping up all over! People of varying religious traditions, philosophical perspectives and life experiences are sitting down to learn from each other. People have been gathering in pubs and public spaces for ages, talking about life, philosophy, faith, and deep questions of meaning. Increasingly, people all over are rediscovering the pub as a safe, open space where they can explore and express their own doubts and…