Harry Hosier UMC provides various opportunities to grow in the faith through Christian fellowship with works of piety and works of service. We offer several opportunities for adults of all ages and faith-levels to develop a personal relationship with Christ in order to build better families, better relationships, better communities and better life.
The Food Pantry is open on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the fellowship hall. Individuals are provided with fresh and canned vegetables, frozen and canned meat, cereal and bread. Persons needing assistance should bring identification with them.
The dates for 2020 are:
January 10 February 7 March 6 April 3 May 1 June 5
January 24 February 21 March 20 April 17 May 15 June 19
July 3 August 7 Sept. 4 Oct. 2 Nov. 6 Dec. 4
July 17 August 21 Sept. 18 Oct. 16 Nov. 20 Dec. 18
This is also a volunteer opportunity for the members of Harry Hosier UMC where you get the opportunity to show the love of Christ.
Sunday School is a wonderful opportunity for children and adults to learn about the Bible in an interactive learning atmosphere. Every Sunday, 9:45 am in the Fellowship Hall.
Contact: Edna Cummings
Sunday Morning Worship offer all worshipers the opportunity to experience Christ’s presence through song, children’s message, praise, and witness. Worship is designed to engage children of all ages and participation is encouraged.
Women's Ministry meets on the first Saturday of each month at 9 am in the Fellowship Hall.
Contact: Portia Tatum
United Methodist Men (UMM) meets the second Saturday of each month , 9:00 am in the Fellowship Hall for a time of fellowship, bible study, and ministry. All men are welcome.
Contact: Willie McDuffie
United Methodist Women (UMW) is 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. Women with a passion for global missions welcome and needed.
Contact: Jerline "Sandy" Miller
New Member Classes are offered four times a year to help initiate new members into the life of the congregation and provide information about the Church’s history, polity, doctrine, and theology. The class is dvd-based material, What Does It Mean to Be United Methodist? in 4-5 one-hour sessions.
Nurture Ministry Team cares for the members of the congregation and friends. This ministry sends various cards to members in times of crisis and joy. They also serve visiting the hospitals, nursing homes and caring for the bereaved. Persons with a heart of compassion are fulfilled in this work. Quarterly meetings.
Contact: Jennifer Jackson
Higher Education Ministry Team makes prospective college students aware of scholarship and loan opportunities through the Board of Higher Education & Ministry in Nashville. In a new format, the ministry team will sponsor workshops, conduct a college tour of Bennett College in Greensboro on Saturday, March 20 for Jr. & Sr. High young women, and insure that members of the church are made aware of United Methodist related institutions of higher learning, especially black United Methodist Colleges, which provide quality education for youth and adults. Higher Education also highlights the ministry of graduating high school seniors, college graduates, and prepares final exam packs for college students away from home. Persons are needed as mentors to prospective college students. Learn more at www.gbhem.org.
Contact: Barbara A. Melvin