FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY
We all need a plan for our money. Financial Peace University (FPU) is that plan! It teaches God's ways of handling money. Through video teaching, class discussions, and interactive small group activities, FPU presents biblical, practical steps to get from where you are to where you've dreamed you could be. FPU classes are usually offered every spring and fall. Contact Kathryn Cummings for more details.
Grief groups are offered occasionally and follow the material titled Beyond the Broken Heart: A Journey Through Grief. Contact Brian Yoder for more info.
PRAYER BREAKFAST - Contact: Nancy Gant
A dedicated group of prayer warriors meet on Thursday mornings at 8:15am at Hursey‘s Bar-B-Q, 1234 S. Main St, Graham for breakfast and to lift up prayer requests of need or celebration. There are currently 16 in the group, and at least 12 of them have been part of the TPB (Thursday Prayer Breakfast) since its beginning in 2002. Please come and join us.
CROCHET GROUP - Contact Jeanne Owen
Join both beginners and more advanced skill levels on Tuesdays at 7pm from September - May. This group not only crochets together, but supports one another through prayer and encouragement. Email Jeanne for meeting location.
DINNER DATES - Contact: Diana Cummings
If you like eating and getting to know those in your church family, this is for you! Dinner date groups meet once a month usually September - February.
YOUNG IN HEART - Contact: Alvis and Joan Webster
If you or your spouse is 50 or over, come join us for fellowship, friendship, and fun. We plan events so that, working or retired, active or less active, you can attend. This might include a relaxing day in the mountains or a tour of a museum. No matter what the event, the time spent together in fellowship is definitely the most fun of all. Come join us and see what fun and new adventures await!
PRAYER TEAMS - Contact: Doris Sugg
The purpose of the FUMC Graham Prayer Team Ministry is to glorify God through prayer for the ministry of FUMC; our local government and community; our national government; our military and their families; the members of God‘s church; spiritual guidance in our daily lives; the common good of fellow Christians. We have 11 prayer teams which consist of at least six people per team and a team captain. Each team prays for one of twelve prayer subjects per week.
UNITED METHODIST WOMEN - Contact Susan Rayle
United Methodist Women units and circles are committed to be communities 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.
Circle 1 - Elaine Caudill 336.376.9550
Circle 2 - Mary Young 336.226.0898
Circle 3 - Dot Lee 336.226.7273
Friendship Circle- Marilyn Perkey 336.538.0258
UNITED METHODIST MEN - Contact Bill Bryant
At FUMC Graham, the United Methodist Men have two fundraising projects a year, a pancake supper during Advent, and a hot dog lunch after worship one Sunday in the spring. Monies raised go toward the UMM Scholarship and to help the Boy Scouts. Any food that is left over from these events is taken to Allied Churches of Alamance County Homeless Shelter for the Good Shepherd Kitchen.