Serve by Helping Others
Stephen Ministers provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting.
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Bishop Jones Letter and Resolution
Cookson Hills Mission
The Cookson Hills Center has been a significant part of the mission work of the United Methodist Women in Oklahoma since 1948. The primary target groups for their services are rural low-income people in Northeastern Oklahoma, primarily Native Americans of the Cherokee tribe.
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Guatemala Mission Trips
Interested in joining us on a mission trip to Guatemala?
There is a medical team group which provides medical care to the villagers, as well as training for the local health promoters with ODIM. We also take a construction team to help finish the new medical clinic in San Pablo. See Pastor Jeannie Jensen for more information.
FUMC Health Ministries
Health Ministries seek to promote “wholeness” — a life that can be lived to the best of our abilities so that we might serve God as best we can.
Health Ministries is concerned about (1) physical health; (2) mental/emotional health; (3) social health; and (4) spiritual health of all age groups.
Food Pantry Mission
First United Methodist Church has a food pantry which helps many in our community who are hungry.
“For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stanger and you welcomed me.” Matthew 25:35
Great Plains Conference Job Opening for Disaster Case Management
The community of Eureka began on August 10th transitioning from the relief phase of the disaster to long term recovery. Basic clean-up is finished, and the process turns to permanent repairs and rebuilds for those affected by the recent tornadoes of July 7th. There were 168 homes affected by the EF3 and EF2 tornadoes that evening. Click here for job description and application information.
Article from the Emporia Gazette
School Supply Donation Eases
- By Jessie Wagoner email@example.com
- Updated Aug 17, 2016
Parents of Emporia Public School students have less items to check off their back-to-school list this year thanks to a generous donation from the First United Methodist Church in Emporia.
The church donated back-to-school supplies for every student attending Emporia Public Schools.
Hundreds of boxes of crayons, folders, colored pencils and glue sticks are just a few of the items that were delivered to classrooms throughout the district last week……….Click here for the rest of the article