United Methodist Men

 

United Methodist Men

UMM provides a creative support fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spiritually, and to seek daily his will.

Breakfast Meetings

We start with fellowship and a hot breakfast.  All men are welcome, and women have never been turned away. We meet the second Saturday of every month at 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM in Fellowship Hall.  
  • No March Meeting– Please attend the Lenten Breakfast at Christ UMC (Westfield)

  • April 14 - Jon Myers - Kidney Transplant survivor (2 time)

UMM Lenten Breakfast

    7:30 AM on March 10, 17 and 24 Join men from other churches as we gather around the theme of “Standing in the Need of Prayer,” Philippians 4:6-7
    • March 24: Fishers UMC
      9691 E. 116th Street, Fishers
      Rob Griepentrop, Prayer on Site

      Current Sign Ups 
      Men's Breakfast Crew 

      Men's Devotion


      Prayer Huddle Before Service

      Don't forget the Prayer Huddle to pray with and for our worship leaders at the back of the sanctuary before every 8:15 and 11:00 service.  Stop by five minutes before service starts and join us.

      UMM Visitation Committee 

      Sign up now to help with this awesome new opportunity to reach out to men who are home-bound or otherwise unable to attend church. Contact Don Mehl

      SECOND HELPINGS

      UMM is working with Second Helpings to support their community efforts to provide food and job training.  They have two dates set aside for us from 11:30 - 4:00 on Monday, October 16 and Wednesday, November 1.  It consists of a tour, lunch and then helping prepare food.  The group size needs to be 3-10 people.  If you want to join us send an email to UMM@stmarkscarmel.org.


      EMAIL LISTING

      If you have any questions about St. Mark’s UMM, or would like to be added to our email list, contact Roger Dycus or any other board member at umm@stmarkscarmel.org.

      Plan a Visit

      Location

      St. Mark's United Methodist Church
      4780 E. 126th St.
      CarmelIN46033US

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