Youth Ministry at SFUMC is an active part of the church. We have fun, we fellowship, but most importantly we are growing in Christ.
The United Methodist Women meet every 2nd Tuesday for a potluck type meal and encouraging word. This is open to any ladies in the church who would like to be involved. They sometimes do outings, and have opportunities to serve our local community
Samaritans: A non-profit organization serving Horn Lake and Southaven, MS. Our goal is to reach out and help those who are living at a poverty level and provide emergency financial assistance with utilities, medications, rent, food, and clothing as well as referrals to other resources available in the community. Also, to try and educate and find alternatives to help those living at a poverty level, to be self-sufficient and graduate them from poverty, one step at at time.
Habitat For Humanity: A nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. We build houses with people in need regardless of race or religion. We welcome volunteers and supporters from all backgrounds.
His Hands and Feet Ministry: A Memphis based ministry that feeds the homeless on Jackson Ave. every Sunday at 2:30, and has an Adopt a Block Ministry. Right now the Adopt a block if focused on an area surrounding the Ed Rice Community center in Frasier. They reach out to people in homes and see if they need any assistance, and every Saturday at the community center volunteers host a faith based carnival with games, food, clothes, crafts, and a bibles lesson.
An older adult group who meet the 4th Tuesday of each month at 10:00 a.m. Good fellowship, food, and entertaining speakers and outings.
The United Methodist Men meet every 1st Saturday for a Breakfast. It is open to all the men in the church who would like to be involved. Their main fundraiser each year is selling pecans around Christmas time. The United Methodist Men serve both the community and our church congregation in various ways.
The Becomers: An adult Sunday School Class that Studies a weekly bible study about a variety of bible verses and topics. This class is made up of a group of people who have a heart for the Lord, and they welcome any who would like to join them.
The Character Builders: An older adult group characterized with loving concern for God’s people of all ages. Excellent teaching of God’s word.
The Pathfinders: (young adult to middle aged adults) The Pathfinders are a group of married and single people who strive to share God’s love with others. Some of our studies have included topics such as the Gospels, Proverbs, Psalms, Revelation, Fruits of the Spirit, as well as studies on Parenting and Seeking God’s Wisdom to make wise decisions in our lives. As Christians, we serve through giving and service and love for others. Come join us at 9:45 on Sunday morning for coffee, fruit and pastry, and for fellowship and learning. Remember, “Laughter does the heart good, like medicine.” Bring a small and laugh—see you there!
Youth: Grades 7th -12th
Children: From age 3 until 7th grade (We also have a nursery available every Sunday during Sunday School and the Church Service.)
Our children's ministry strives to provide a fun, loving, entertaining and relevant environment where children learn about God. Assembly style children's church is held in conjunction with the Sunday morning worship service; age specific Sunday school classes are held at 9:45 each Sunday for children of all ages as well as age specific Wednesday evening classes each week following a time of food and fellowship for adults, teens and children. Various events are scheduled throughout the year to allow the children opportunities to fellowship, witness and celebrate God's love by being the little hands and little feet of Jesus. At Southaven First United Methodist Church, we are equipping children to know, grow, and show God’s love!
Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.(Proverbs 22:6 ESV)
Children’s Minister: Amy Lay