New to New Covenant? Here’s how to get plugged in…
Discover New Covenant
Discover New Covenant is a wonderful opportunity to get connected, meet new people and share your gifts and talents with others. We will be hosting Discover New Covenant in the Cardinal Alcove on the following weekends.
Please stop by and chat with some of our ministry leaders who serve our Connect Small Groups, membership, Family Ministry, Men’s and Women’s groups, volunteer opportunities, and more. No registration required.
For more information, contact Barb Prindle below.
New Members Class
Did you know there are different types of church memberships? You may choose to retain your membership with another United Methodist Church (Affiliate membership), or church of another denomination (Associate membership), or Full membership. To register, call the church office or pick up a registration form at the Welcome Desk or church office. Click on the date to register!
For more information contact Barb Prindle below.
Member Path Classes
These classes typically follow soon after membership class but are also open to all congregants and move members/congregants closer to fellowship, ministry and relationship with Jesus Christ.
A Disciple’s Path helps us look beyond membership, presenting an engaging approach to discipleship from a distinctly Wesleyan perspective. Discipleship is ongoing, so the 6-week study is perfect for new-member groups, but also works well in small groups of long-time members. It helps you develop spiritual practices, discover your unique gifts, and engage in ministry that brings transformation to your own life and to the lives of others and the world. The cost of the class is $23.00 and includes two books. Click on the date to register!
John Wesley & Our Wesleyan Heritage:
Come learn about John Wesley, the founder of the United Methodist movement and get a better understanding of our Wesleyan heritage. There are no classes scheduled at this time.
For more information about any of the classes contact Ashley Hill below.
Table Talk Dinner Groups
These are small groups of six who gather once a month for three months to build friendships as they dine together in homes or in restaurants.
When groups meet in homes, the host/hostess provides the main dish, with the rest of the group bringing complimentary dishes. If groups prefer to dine at a restaurant, you typically would go back to the home of the host/hostess for dessert and coffee.
Fellowship is the primary purpose, with eating a close second! Relax, enjoy, and be as informal as possible. You do not need to be a member of our church to participate.
If you would like to join a table talk group, contact Barb Prindle below.
Volunteer Central is coming soon!
To view all volunteer opportunities, see our current Newsletter.