Adult Discipleship

Adult Sunday School—Adult Sunday School is giving a careful reading of the book of Hebrews. Join them Sundays at 8:15 am.

Page Masters—This women’s book club meets the 4th Friday of the month at 12 noon. Contact the church office for the current location. It is usually at an area restaurant.

We Make the Road by Walking by Brian McLaren—Many in the church are reading this book to help inform our journey through the Christian year. Those who are participating are reading individually or in small groups reflecting and experiencing the thoughts from the book, one chapter each week.

United Methodist Men—Breakfast once a month is a great reason to get together to hear a guest speaker, and to plan the other ministries these men do. They may be called upon to mow a lawn, provide a ride to the doctor, move firewood, or volunteer a host of other helpful services for those local and far away. They are currently overseeing a potato planting project for a local food bank.

Women in Mission—These women have a lot of fun supporting a lot of mission within the church, throughout the Port Orchard and Kitsap communities, and across the globe, including UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief). They raise funds through personal pledges, progressive dinners, lunches, bake sales, and bazaars. And they enjoy it all!

Youth Ministries

Sunday School—Youth Sunday School is at 9:30 am Sunday mornings during Worship. They meet in the youth room and join Worship for Holy Communion and other important events.

Youth Group—Youth meet on Wednesdays 6:30-8:00 pm for fun and fellowship.

Youth Mission Trip—Each year the Youth spend a week during the summer helping a community in need. This summer they will travel to Ocean Shores.

Camperships support those attending United Methodist Church Camp and regional United Methodist retreats.

Children’s Ministries

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Nursery and Preschool Care—Toddlers and babies will be cared for as often as needed during ministry events.

Children’s Sunday School—Children are dismissed from Worship each week to attend Sunday School. They rejoin Worship for Holy Communion and other important events.

Children serve as acolytes and bell ringers to begin each Worship service.

Camperships support those attending United Methodist Church Camp and regional United Methodist retreats.

Safe Sanctuaries Policy

Your church leaders are committed to training and supporting our children, youth, parents, vulnerable adults, and all volunteer leaders in understanding and following the safety procedures and policies.

May God bless all of our efforts to be the faith community Jesus has called us to be.

The policy book is being updated at this time and will be posted as soon as the process is complete.