Risk-taking Mission & Service

New Horizons United Methodist Church takes an active part in Risk-taking Mission and Service. Our members are out in the community serving food, painting, weeding, picking up trash, helping in preschools and creating relationships with the members of our community.

YOU CAN HELP
  There is a collection box in the coat room to deposit used cell phones, beepers, pagers, hygiene products, “Campbell’s” products UPC bar codes, and postage stamps.  All of these items help w
ith our Missions Projects.

We have members that go to Stepping Stones each week. They take food, towels, blankets, soap and personal items. The veterans always want someone to talk with.


Knit Pickers (Prayer Shawl Ministry) meets every week at the church. There, they knit, crochet and fellowship. The finished products are used to comfort the sick in body and/or spirit. Scarves are also taken to the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure each April. It is not necessary to knit or crochet, just come to visit.

 HOW YOU CAN SERVE:

Pray for 20 minutes on Fridays; you can pray anywhere
Pray for New Horizons, Anderson and the World
Offer a children’s message
Pick someone up for Sunday Service
Donate to the refreshment fund for the Sunday coffee time.
Serve as a greeter or valet for parking on Sunday morning
Help in Sunday School /the nursery/ the EDGE/Be an usher
Go to or teach Sunday School/ host or join a small group
Visit the with Knit-pickers here at church on Tuesdays at 1:30
or knit or crochet from home for the Prayer Shawl Ministry
Join the servants of the Handy Helpers and the Caring Company
(see Mickey Lawson)
Join Praise Team, Hand Bells, Chancel Choir

Come to the women’s small group (SOS) on Monday at 1:00

If you have a passion for something, and we are not doing it, talk to Pastor Brad, perhaps we will start it!

If you can serve in any of these ways, please contact the church office.

Outreach Events & Activities

  • February 9, 2019 is the date for the 'Walk a Mile' walk to benefit the Christian Center. Registration is at 8:30am at Reardon Auditorium.
  • April 2019 - Annual Rummage Sale benefiting missions.
  • June- Vacation Bible School a fun, safe way for children to meet and learn about God.
  • July  - People and Pets Extravaganza: Money raised and people and pet food donated.. The proceeds have been divided between the Operation Love food pantry, the Humane Society and the Animal Protection League. Everyone has fun here. Pets are invited to bring their masters! Our pastor blesses the pets--all kinds! Even snakes!
  • October 25, 2019, 3:30-7:00p Dan's Fish Fry: Proceeds have been used for a variety of outreach causes.
  • December Gifts and Goodies: Many craft vendors with holiday gifts are throughout the building. The vendors pay a small fee for their space. Last year proceeds were donated to the Secret Families of Madison County.
  • United Methodist Women's Terri Lynn Nut Sale and Sechlers Pickle Sales. The proceeds for these are used for missions both here and abroad.