At Memorial Drive UMC, we strive to grow in our discipleship journey through small groups and Bible studies. We have many wonderful ministries for all ages, including Sunday School classes.
We have a group of prayer warriors who meet each Monday morning at 8 a.m. in the church library to pray for individual requests as well as general needs. Anyone who wishes to serve as a prayer warrior is welcome to participate.
Every Tuesday at 1:00 PM, we have a group of prayer warriors that send cards to different members of the church in need. These cards are hand-colored, prayed over as a group, and signed by our pastor. This ministry always welcomes those who want to lift up those in prayer.
We have a very active group of ladies called the Yet to Be group. This is more than just a widows ministry it is also a monthly social time.
The UMM meets the last Friday of each month at 7:30 a.m. for breakfast at the Silver Skillet at 61st and Memorial. Everyone is invited.
The purpose of the United Methodist Men's Fellowship is threefold.
- RENEWAL - Our faith is renewed as we share together in experiences of worship and study.
- SERVICE - As concerned men of Christ, we seek to render service to each other, to the church and to the larger community through programs decided upon and developed by us as we respond in faith to God's love to us.
- FELLOWSHIP - We share together in Christian fellowship in all that we do, but we also set a time aside dedicated to the enjoyment of each other's company and doing things we like to do as Christian men.
The MDUMC Piecemaker Quilters (formed in June 1985)
They have turned many unfinished quilt tops into family heirlooms. It generally takes a year or more
to finish each quilt.
You are invited to join the quilters on Tuesdays at 9 am in Wesley Chapel.
Helping Hands is a mission-oriented project with those participating making hats, walker bags, lap quilts and stuffed animals which they donate to hospitals and nursing homes. They also have been making quilts for the Child Abuse Network. Join them on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. in Wesley Chapel.