FUMC Waynesville is excited to serve adults of all ages. We seek to create a space where every person can fellowship and grow together. Feel free to contact Becky Brown at any time with questions.
Learn more about Sunday school for adults and all ages on our Small Groups page.
If you would like to use your gift of knitting or crocheting you are invited to knit or crochet shawls to be given to those who are facing difficulties from illness, surgery, grief, and more; as well as those celebrating new births. Team members meet once a month for fellowship and knitting. The team welcomes and teaches those who want to learn how to knit. Yarn is provided but members must bring their own needles. Contact the church office, 828-456-9475 , for more information.
All men are invited to participate in the fellowship and service of the United Methodist Men (UMM). The men gather for a prayer breakfast at 8:30am on the second Saturday of the month in the Christian Growth Center (Gym). UMM is involved in various service projects locally. Contact Dan Southern, 828-507-1304 , for more information.
The Grounds Committee focuses to beautify the church properties. Open to all who love to landscape and beautify the church grounds on a scheduled basis. Each month (March-November) the group holds at least one workday, usually on Saturdays, to beautify the property beyond the mowing done weekly. Contact Dan Southern, 828-507-1304 , for more information.
United Methodist Women are a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. Click here to learn more about UMW upcoming events.
Held the third Sunday of every month at 4:00PM in the Sanctuary. Contact Wilson Strickhausen at 828.456.9475 for more information.
Reconciling Conversations seeks to build relationships, knowledge, and understanding that can lead to a more inclusive church by offering opportunities for dialogue. We look for ways to enhance the full participation of all people – including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people – in the life and ministry of the church, You can read stories from the congregation about their experiences with these issues in Journeying Toward Reconciliation: Personal Stories of Faith, Sexuality and the Church. Available at Blue Ridge Books or at Amazon.com. Contact Bill Everett, 828-734-4803 , for more information.
All are welcome to join us on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 5:30pm in the Sanctuary for Roundtable Worship. Contact Bill Everett, 828-734-4803 , for more information.
The Green Team was formed to remind us to be good stewards of the Earth through education and action. Using the greening of our church building as an example, members of this congregation are encouraged to live in such a way as to demonstrate the care of God’s creation in our homes, in our communities, and in our world. Contact Beth or Andrew Causey, 704-287-1357 , for more information.
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