About United Methodist Men:
Unless otherwise noted, the United Methodist Men of Perry UMC meet on the third Monday of the month at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall for a program and a meal.
United Methodist Men is a creative, supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spirituality and to seek daily His will.
To declare the centrality of Christ in every man’s life, to promote the spiritual growth of men through effective discipleship, and to model the servant leadership of Christ in our daily lives.
Special Christmas Meeting:
Spouses and Guests Welcome and Warmly Invited!
United Methodist Men will host a their annual Christmas meeting on Monday, December 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
All men of the church and their guests are cordially invited!
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
At our August UMM meeting, Daryl McElwain, Area Director of the Flint River Fellowship of Christian Athletes, shared with us the work of this dynamic and important group. So many young men and women have been impacted by this group, affirming their Christian walk and encouraging them in their athletic abilities. Many thanks to Daryl McElwain for being present with us at our meeting and sharing with us the ministry to athletes in our area.
Exciting Football Plans Underway at Mercer!
At our July meeting, the new head football coach at Mercer University gave us a preview of the upcoming season and the new Mercer footbal program.
Coach Bobby Lamb informed us that the field is almost ready, and the team is coming together well. After his dynamic talk about the team and their plans, an additional mantra is likely to be heard in Middle Georgia: "Go Bears!" According to Coach Lamb, the support for the team has been tremendous with the opening game selling out quickly. Thanks, Coach, for giving us the great update and your testimony about the blessing you have received from God. See you at the game! Go Bears!
Books for first responders are now available
Individual copies of Strength for Service to God and Community are now
available from Amazon at a cost of $11.95 each.
Books in quantities of 25 or more copies are available from Eight-Eleven Press at a cost of $7 each.
Groups that want to purchase 1,000 or more copies of the book may have their
name and group logo imprinted on the back cover. The cost of that service
depends upon the number of books printed: 1,000-4,999 ($6 per book); 5,000-9,999
copies ($5 per book) and more than 10,000 copies ($4 per book).
The books may be delivered to a single address for the benefactor to
distribute, or the books can be distributed by the publisher. For example, the
books can be distributed to national or regional groups of fire fighters or
For additional information, contact Larry Coppock, director of the Strength
for Service Fund (firstname.lastname@example.org)