2018 Ministry Guide, UMW UMW

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Prayer Shawl Ministry Backpack Ministry Food to Families Murdoch Center Campership Luke 14 Banquets Sports Ministries Soles for Souls Congregation Care Team Outreach Committee Missions Team Kitchen Committee Communications Team Worship Committee Sound and Communication Team Finance Committee Staff/Pastor/Parish Relations Committee Administrative Board Nominations Committee Parsonage Committee Family Life Center Committee (FLC) Board of Trustees Evangelism Committee Vision Team Young at Heart Foster Care Ministry Davidson County Co-Operative Community Ministries Pulse C2 ­ Community Connection
W.O.W. (Women Offering Worship) United Methodist Women (UMW) United Methodist Men (UMM) Men's Bible Study and Fellowship American RED CROSS Blood Drives Choir Praise Band Praise Singers Handbell Choir sign language Ministry Prison Ministry Becca's Closet MTP Youth CREW Mt. Pleasant Kids Family Night Services and Meals Financial Peace University (FPU) Adult Bible Study & Teaching Gospel Class Christian Seekers Kerygma Class Open Hearts Class New Horizon's Class Willing Workers Class Friendship Class IMPACT LIFT (Learning in Fellowship for Truth) Dancing Angels Liturgical Dance
Adult Bible Study & Teaching
Building up the body through the study of scripture and helping the congregation apply these truths. We
recruit leaders and facilitators for adult bible studies and small groups. We are eager to develop strong
Christian leaders/teachers for a variety of studies to meet the needs and desires of the people of our church.
Contact person: Eric Hilton
[email protected]
Family Night Meal and Bible Study
We have Wednesday night classes available for all ages. Each session there are several adult classes to choose
from, teen and children classes. We also provide a meal each week that are $5 per person or $20 per family.
Kids 6 and under eat free! There are several classes and individuals who prepare the meals and clean up
afterwards.
Contact Person: Chris Clontz & Craig Stockwell
[email protected] / [email protected]
Sunday Morning Small Groups:
Gospel Class ­ 8:45am ­ Room 205: Age Range: 40s-50s: A class for those interested in exploring the
Bible with an emphasis on practical life application of Bible principles. The class digs even deeper into the
scripture from Wednesday Family Night Study or explores Christian boos that can have a tremendous impact
on our lives.
Contact Person: Keith Knolmayer
[email protected]
Christian Seekers ­ 9:45am ­ Room 206: Age Range: 50s-70s. This is a fun class for young seniors who
want to gain a deeper understanding of the Bible. The class studies the standard lesson commentary.
Contact person: Jane Mendenhall & Bill Baughn
[email protected] / [email protected]
Kerygma Class ­ 9:45am ­ Room 207: Age Range: 40s-50s. A class for those wanting in-depth study of the Bible with the goal of a deeper relationship with God and other Christians. The class decides on a book of the Bible and studies it in depth, working through it as slowly as needed to allow for full discussion and deeper understanding of the Word. Contact Person: Glen Morgan & Wanda Cranford [email protected] / [email protected]
Open Hearts Class ­ 9:45am ­ Room 110: This class exists to assist families with special needs and is
taught by two Special Education teachers. Members of this class will receive love and care as they are taught
about Christ in a way that is developmentally appropriate. Parents are always welcome as well.
Contact Person: Pam D. Hall & Lindsay Hall
[email protected] / [email protected]
New Horizon's Class ­ 9:45am ­ Room 205: Age Range: 50s-60s. A class that seeks to learn more about
God through studying His Word. Several people teach the class on a rotating basis using the Standard Lesson
Quarterly. This class supports various projects in the church and community.
Contact Person: Greg Moore
[email protected]
Willing Workers Class ­ 9:45am ­ Room 200. Age Range: 70s+. A conservative class for older individuals looking for serious Bible Study. Discussion and class participation are central, not just lecture. This class follows the Cokesbury Standard Lesson Quarterly. Contact Person: Levi Leonard
Friendship Class ­ 9:45am ­ Room 204: Age Range: 30s-50s. A class that studies and strives to hold each
other accountable to God's Word. They focus on continuing to grown their faith as well as encourage,
comfort, and counsel each other as they learn to disciple to others. The class participates in numerous
outreach opportunities and enjoys gathering as a group outside of class to further God's Kingdom in our
community. Class materials include, but are not limited to, studies by Andy Stanley, Chip Ingram, Frances
Chan, and David Platt.
Contact Person: Bo Sink & Brian Norton
[email protected] / [email protected]
IMPACT ­ 9:45am ­ Room 117. Age Range: College ­ Young Adult "IMPACT your world for Christ!" Contact Person: Emma Hayworth
[email protected]
LIFT (Learning In Fellowship for Truth) ­ 11am ­ Room 205. Age Range: 30s-40s.
A class for those who are interested in topical Bible studies and applying what we learn to our lives with
caring, loving class members who spend time together both inside and outside of church. This is an active class
bound together by our commitment to being a church family. Class materials include video-based study
material and group discussion. This class leads the church's chicken pie ministry.
Contact person: Steve & Brandy Farabee
[email protected]
Starting Point ­ 11am ­ Banquet Room
The Starting Point group exists to be a safe place to grow, learn, connect, ask questions, and explore faith,
Christianity and Jesus. In a Starting Point group, you can discuss your doubts and explore some of the trickiest
topics of faith, free from pressure and judgment.
Contact Person: Chris & Amanda Clontz
[email protected]
Renewed ­ 11am ­ Room 204
A group to grow, learn, connect, ask questions, and explore faith, Christianity and Jesus.
Contact Person: Mike & Nicole Kleinhenz
[email protected]
Special Ministry Classes
Men's Bible Study and Fellowship
A small group men's study that meets on Friday mornings in the fellowship hall at 6:30am. We use book and
DVD curriculum for the study. We provide a men's accountability group and a safe place for men to seek,
discuss, and learn from God's word. The average age group is 30-60, but all men are welcome. In previous
studies we have used material from Chuck Swindoll, David Platt, and verse by verse studies of the books of
the bible. Looking to the future we would love to provide other opportunities and times to duplicate or
expand our small group and reach other men who would benefit, enjoy, and grow in Christ with this group.
Contact Person: Bo Sink
[email protected]
Financial Peace University (FPU)
Dave Ramsey's FPU is a program to educate attendees on Biblical principles of how to handle money. We all
need a plan for our money. FPU is that plan! It teaches God's way of handling money. Through video
teaching, class discussions and interactive small group activities, FPU presents biblical, practical steps to get
from where you are to where you've dreamed you could be. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt,
manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more! This class meets on Wednesday nights in
conjunction with Family Night in room 202. Classes are generally offered in the fall and spring. Anyone in the
church or community is welcome to join this class!
Contact Person: Bo Sink
[email protected]
Divorce Care Ministry
A group who meet each week for 13 weeks to help support and counsel.
"You don't have to go through it alone. Most people will tell you that seperartion and divorce are the most painful and
stressful experiences they've ever faced. It's a confusing time when you feel isolated and have lots of questions about
issues you've never faced before."
Contact Person: Eric Hilton
[email protected]
Divorce Care for Kids (DC4K)
Offers hope and healing for children whose parents are going through a divorce by sharing with them the
LOVE of Jesus. No marriage is easy and divorce can have lasting effects on young hearts. We are thankful to
be able to offer this extension of our DivorceCare Ministry and offer a place of comfort and stability at Mt.
Pleasant.
Contact Person: April Rich
[email protected]
Marriage God's Way
Pastor Chris and Eric will be hosting a 3 week marriage enrichment study this winter prior to the marriage
retreat. We will meet over 3 weeks, for two hours each week to discuss, discover and draw closer together
in God's word.
We will cover topics like:
o True Forgiveness
o God's Purpose for Marriage
o Lifestyle of Confession and Closeness
o God's role for the Husband and Wife
o Communication and Trust
o Marriage as holiness, which yields true happiness
These are the practical topics that build a foundation of a marriage that can give you a reason to keep going
when life gets harder than you imagined possible.
Contact Person: Chris Clontz or Eric Hilton
[email protected] / [email protected]
Church Groups and Gatherings
W.O.W. (Women Offering Worship) WOW's purpose is to glorify God and to help us as women to grow closer to Him. As we learn what God
has done and is doing in our world, it enables us to grow in faith and trust more and more. Recognizing that
life is hard and we all have struggles, WOW is a "place of grace" and we pray for each other, support each
other, help each other, and serve each other. Our focus of study has been God's view of the world vs. the
secular view and other religious views. We have sought to understand how to reach out to those with views
differing from ours and to be winsome Christian women. We have collected items for the backpack ministry,
helped fund a program for at risk children in High Point, served meals to the women's shelter in Lexington,
collected personal care items for the homeless shelters, and collected school supplies and small toys for the
children in the Dominican Republic since we have direct contact there from the Youth Mission Trip. We are always welcoming women to become a part of our community of Christian women.
Contact person: Wanda Cranford
[email protected]
United Methodist Women (UMW)
At our monthly meeting our members come together to fellowship with each other, enjoy inspirational
programs, and support selected local missions through projects. In February of each year we extend an open
invitation to the entire church to join us for a covered dish Valentine Dinner. For our monthly meetings in
March, June, September, and December our circle plans a special event or special program. One month of the
year, usually August, we forego an organized monthly meeting to visit our church family members who are not
able to attend church. The first Saturday of October we hold a Country Breakfast with awesome food and
crafts. At Thanksgiving we adopt a needy family from the community to provide groceries and Christmas gifts
for the entire family. Throughout the year our organization fulfills the PURPOSE of all United Methodist
Women by supporting these ministries, as well as other local, district, and national missions with our gifts,
time, and projects.
Contact Person: Tracey Ray
[email protected]
United Methodist Men (UMM)
The primary mission of the UMM is to support spiritual growth among men, helping men to mature as
disciples while they encourage spiritual formation in others. Our goal is to empower the ministry of Jesus
Christ through men within our congregation.
The normal UMM meeting is a breakfast meeting on the first Sunday of each month at 7am.
The UMM serves breakfast to the entire congregation on Easter Sunday morning following the Sunrise service.
In May, the meeting is on graduation Sunday with all graduates within the church and their parents invited to
join us. Our primary fundraiser of the year is our annual hotdog and hamburger supper followed by an auction
sale, held on the first Monday night in November. Special projects of the UMM are our program to assist the
widows in the church and support of the outreach ministry as we assist individuals in need.
· Outreach Missions
· Building decks, ramps, minor remodels, outdoor cleanup, mowing for members in need
· Help ladies with community breakfast
· Hotdog/Hamburger Auction
· BBQ Chicken Fundraiser
Contact Person: Robert Harden
[email protected]
Young at Heart A group of fun-loving people 50 & over who participate in activities both at church and trips such as plays, sightseeing, and other various activities where food and Christian fellowship is always included! · Trip to Reynolda House · NC Mountains · Narroway Productions · Wohlfarht Haus Dinner Theater We are always looking for new people to join in our adventures! We are looking forward to where Jesus is taking us next! Contact Person: Reginald Shoaf & Malinda Cagle
Sports Ministries
Volleyball League ­ played at the Thomasville Recreation Center in the months of October & November.
Youth & Adults play in the same league.
Basketball League ­ played at the Hartley Rd. YMCA
Spring Softball League ­ played at the Union Cross Radar Base.
Contact Person: Jared Hall
[email protected]
Soles for Souls
Soles for Souls is an annual 5K & 1-mile fun run that is hosted by Mt. Pleasant Church to fund the Backpack
Ministry and Family Life Center. There is training (both run/walk) available to prepare anyone who would like
to participate. We would love to have you be a part of this fun, exciting and growing Ministry!
"I will
run the course of your commandments." Psalm 119:32
Contact person: Taylor Cline
[email protected]
Chrismons
Ornaments that are made to represent the scripture in a 2-3D form. Not only do we use these during
Christmas, but we hope to expand the ministry to incorporate Easter and the Christian Life and experience
throughout the year.
Contact Person: Suzann Hedgecock
[email protected]
Music and Dance
Dancing Angels
All little girls (ages 3 ­ 10) are invited to celebrate, rejoice, and serve the Lord through worship, movement,
and dance. Our dancing angels are encouraged to participate in the enhancement of our worship services,
Christmas and Easter Cantatas, and special church wide outreach and community events. We want to have as
many children expressing their love for Christ through dance! We want to fill up the floors in all of the
services with children dancing for Jesus!
Contact Person: Emma Hayworth
[email protected]
Choir
Our choir at MTP is an amazing group of singers who use their voices to glorify God and enhance the worship
service through music at the 10:45 service. We have a great time of fellowship with brothers and sisters in
Christ! Each year we have special performances that include our Easter and Christmas Cantatas and singing at
other churches. This year our Christmas Cantata will be part of our C2 event in December. We are looking
forward to growing our choir and sharing the love of Jesus through more outreach events this coming year!
We hope you will join us! Everyone is welcome! We meet on Tuesdays at 6:45.
Contact person: Sharon Koontz
[email protected]
Handbell Choir
This ministry is set up as an extension for worship and outreach to MTP and the community. Handbell Choir
is a music ministry where instrumentation is used to worship and glorify God! We have played during
services, at nursing homes and Christmas caroling. We meet on Thursday evenings for approximately an
hour.
Contact Person: Suzann Hedgecock
[email protected]
Praise Band
Our Praise Band plays each Sunday morning during the 8:30 & 9:45AM Worship and occasionally at the 11AM
Worship Services. If interested, please contact Kerri Smith, she can provide you with more information and
let you know practice times.
Contact Person: Kerri Smith
[email protected]
Praise Singers
Help lead the Worship Service on Sunday mornings at the 8:30 & 9:45 services. If interested, please contact
Susan Jarosz or Pam C. Hall, they can provide you with more information and let you know practice times.
Contact Person: Susan Jarosz & Pam C. Hall
[email protected] / [email protected]
Sign Language Ministry
Our prayer is to share the LOVE of Jesus with the deaf and hard-of-hearing community and give them a
church they can grow their faith and in turn share Jesus' love with others as well! In this ministry, we are
currently learning how to sign the words in Christian Songs to bring visual life to songs. With this, we can
share these songs with the deaf and hard-of-hearing community, so they can experience and understand this
wonderful music! Any age is welcome to join us! We are always looking for another song to bring to visual
life, so send your suggestions our way!
Contact Person: Stephanie Godwin
[email protected]
Outreach Ministries
C2 ­ Community Connection
We are an extension of the Evangelism Committee supported by Committee members and opened to the
entire church for participation! An outreach opportunity is suggested and the committee coordinates the
event. Our purpose is to go into our community and turn it upside down through sharing the unfailing love of
Jesus Christ as we minister and serve!
· Provided snacks for educators at local schools
· Provided breakfast for first responders
· Served hotdogs at Wallburg Elementary Back to School Bash
· Served hotdogs at Wallburg Landing
· Served doughnuts at Hills Farm & Garden
Always looking for volunteers of all ages!
Contact Person: Sue Fitzgerald
[email protected]
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Prayer shawls are hand knitted or crocheted. They are prayed over as they are created and blessed by the
church and used for comfort to those who are hurting. We also make baby blankets to be able to bless and
welcome little ones into this world. We have people both in the church and outside who make and
contribute these to our ministry! We are always welcoming anyone who would like to become part of this
rewarding ministry! We would love to grow our ministry where there is an abundance of shawls on hand so
that we can reach as many people as possible with compassion and the unfailing love of Jesus Christ!
Contact Person: Suzann Hedgecock
[email protected]
Backpack Ministry
We collect non-perishable food and serve up to 45 students at Hasty Elementary by sending food twice per
month for them on Friday afternoons so that they can eat through the weekend. Through this ministry we
feed kids and show them the love of Jesus Christ. In the future, we would love to use backpacks as a
springboard for deeper ministry at Hasty Elementary. We continuously need and collect food!
Contact Person: Mae Holler
[email protected]
Backpack Ministry Food List 16oz Peanut Butter (Creamy) Ravioli* Mac & Cheese (7.25 oz box) Pop Tarts Ramen Noodles Fruit Cups (no applesauce) Saltine Crackers Graham Crackers Vienna Sausages* Beanie Weenies* Chicken Noodle Soup* Special Snacks (Granola/Cereal Bars, Fruit Snacks, Cheez-Its, Rice Krispy Treats) *Pop top cans only, please.
Food to Families
A box of food is given to 50 families in the Ledford and Oak Grove school areas in early December. The
recipients are selected by the school social workers based on need. The boxes are prepared by a variety of
churches and individuals.
Contact Person: Jane Mendenhall
[email protected]
Murdoch Center Campership
The Murdoch Developmental Center at Butner is the home of adults with developmental disabilities and
special needs. Each year, in April, we take up an offering to help provide assistance for these adults to go on a
camping trip! This allows the residents to a chance to appreciate the beauty of nature and to get away from
their normal routine. The Center can only provide this experience for their residents because volunteers
provide the funds. The Willing Workers Sunday School Class began sponsoring this mission project years ago
when Ruby Allreds cousin, Rev. Harley Cecil was chaplain at Murdoch Center. We thank you for the
continued support helping us continue this tradition of providing a fun filled camping trip for these deserving
people!
Contact person: Jane Mendenhall
[email protected]
Foster Care Ministry ­ IAMJ3 We are a new ministry that provides necessities to foster families through the IAMJ3 organization in Davidson County. We will be working continuously with this organization to meet the needs of as many families as we can. We are looking to grow this ministry so that all of the families can have the assistance they need. We would love to have you become a part of our ministry! Contact Person: Vince & Sarah Brown and Bo & Jescena Sink [email protected] / [email protected]
Davidson County Co-Operative Community Ministries
The Co-Op Community Ministries is located across from the Thomasville Police Department. Food is given
to residents of Davidson County as a whole; not just to those living in Thomasville. The food is given out
based on the needs of the person. Food is collected in the boxes located in the church; one in the hallway
going to the restrooms off the lobby and one in the educational wing near room 202 (Willing Workers Sunday
School classroom). Going forward please check the bulletin at the beginning of the moth and the monthly
newsletter where you will find the "Co-Operative Ministries greatest need for the month". The food is
delivered to the ministry at the end of each month.
Contact Person: Jane Mendenhall
[email protected]
American Red Cross Blood Drives
For many years, Mt. Pleasant has been a collection site for Red Cross Blood Drives. We normally sponsor
four drives per year. The blood is a live saving gift that can't be duplicated in a medical lab. Pam C. Hall, a
member of our church family, received blood collected by the Red Cross that saved her life. Giving blood is a
very personal gift that saves lives! If you wish to work at the drives, be a scheduled donor, or be a part of the
phone call team, please let us know!
Contact Person: Jane Mendenhall
[email protected]
Becca's Closet
Becca's Closet is a national, Non-Profit Organization that donates formal dresses to high school girls who
cannot afford to purchase them. The local chapter at MTP was started by one of our Youth Members, Peyton
Ridge. Donations can be made throughout the year of dresses, shoes, bags and accessories.
Contact Person: Peyton Ridge and Maddie Hagee
[email protected]
Prison Fellowship
Prison fellowship has a prayer team that prays for incarcerated prisoners, their friends and their families all
over the U.S. They have over 4000 members, but you don't have to be a member to pray.
The Prison Fellowship is an organization across the U.S. that does a variety of things to help prisoners and
their families and friends. They have other services as well, such as bible studies for prisoners and the Second
Prison Movement to help prisoners after they've finished their sentence. For more information, you can visit
their website PrisonFellowship.org
We would like to get involved in helping with this ministry. We will be asking for donations to take to the
Forsyth Jail & Prison Ministry. They ask for certain materials each month. All donated items can be placed in
the bins located at the Church Office or downstairs in front of the Summit Youth Classroom.
Donation Items:
· January, March, June and October ­ Antiperspirant Deodorant (stick or solid)
· February, July and December ­ Toothpaste (6-8 oz)
· May, August and November ­ Soap (bar sized)
· April and September ­ Shampoo (reg. size bottles)
We will also continue the Teddy Bear Sunday ministry. This is when we collect Teddy Bears during the month
of November to donate to the Prisoners & Family Christmas Party. These teddy bears are given to the
prisoner's children during this time.
Contact Person: Juli Motsinger (Youth Member)
[email protected]
Committee's & Teams
Pulse
Pulse is a team designed to get members and guests utilizing their spiritual gifts and serving the church and
community. We all have a unique blend of talents, interests, and gifts that can make a lasting difference in
another's life. Volunteering is imperative in making our weekend services happen. It is also a great way to
meet people, get connected, and to learn more about what we do and why we do it. Anyone over the age of
18 is welcome to be a part of our Pulse team. We currently have needs in all areas that need to be filled for
each service and would love to have you join our team and get plugged into one of these areas.
Contact Person: Taylor Cline and Glen Morgan
[email protected]
Communications Team
A team that facilitates internal and external communications as requested/assigned by church leadership. They
create timely and inspiring communications with the purpose of enabling our church to more effectively
accomplish our mission and vision, and to express how God is working through our church. We are currently
accepting volunteers to help serve in communications, specifically in the areas of Graphic Design and video
editing.
Contact Person: Kathryn Binkley
[email protected]
Congregation Care Team
Our goal is to extend and show the love of Christ to those who are unable to attend worship, those who are
sick, as well as new or prospective members.
· Send cards
· Visit shut-ins
· Visit hospitals
· Visit new or prospective members
All ages are invited to help in this ministry. We are looking forward to building a bigger team to visit those in
need, those who cannot attend services and the new folds at Mt. Pleasant.
Contact Person: Joe Jarosz
[email protected]
Benevolence Committee
Outreach donations can be given on any Sunday of the month; however, the 3rd Sunday is the designated
Sunday. The money that is received for the entire month is given to the person the month is designated for.
If no one is designated, the money goes into an account and is used for financial emergencies that we learn of,
which at times, there are many. The purpose of the ministry is to assist people who have had medical or
other monetary needs. All donations are appreciated and greatly needed to continue to assist with financial
needs ­ to show that we care and are doing what we all are commissioned by God to do! If you know of
anyone who needs assistance please contact a member of the outreach committee.
Contact Person: Jane Mendenhall (Committee Chair)
[email protected]
Missions Team
The purpose of the missions' team is to educate, inform, and motivate the congregation about the mission
opportunities and their involvement. To encourage members of the congregation in mission and service
projects in the community and around the world, to report to the congregation on the benefits of their work,
and to equip and train church members to serve in local and foreign missions while boldly sharing the
unfailing love of Jesus!
· Backpack Ministry
· Dominican Republic Trip 2015
· Tsunami Ministries Winston Salem
· UMM Hurricane Relief in Bayboro NC
· Mission Project in Franklin, NC ­ summer 2016
· Collecting toys for Baptist Children's Home
· Relief for victims of Hurricane Matthew
· Sent support for the mission work of Abraham Thomas
Contact Person: Teresa Harden
[email protected]
Kitchen Committee
The kitchen is available for everyone to use at Mt. Pleasant! It is used to provide lots of meals each week.
Breakfasts, fundraisers, Wednesday night meals, receptions, dances, etc. Any need can be accommodated in
our kitchen! We are, however, in need of more volunteers to help prepare meals, cook, and keep the kitchen
orderly, stocked and cleaned on a regular basis.
Contact Person: Robert Harden
[email protected]
Worship Committee
To plan, prepare, and help provide what is needed for each worship service as well as coordinating the music
for all music ministries and events. Thereby, providing a true worship experience where the presence of the
Lord can be felt by all. This is an appointed committee that invites volunteers for the following:
· Acolytes for the 11 service
· Worship Leaders for all services
· Altar dressing for the 11 service
· Communion for all services
· Chrismon Tree decorations
· Music for all services and events
Contact Person: Pam C. Hall
[email protected]
Sound and Communication Team
We are a team that performs all necessary tasks to project sound/video and enhance all music in the church.
We supply all technical support for all services, choir, praise singers, praise band, children/youth programs,
funerals, weddings, outreach events and more! We are currently upgrading the fellowship hall and sanctuary
sound and video projections. As we continue to grow, so does our need for help! We would love for
you to be a part of our team!
Contact Person: Lee Koontz
[email protected]
Finance Committee
Our purpose is to develop an annual church budget, review ongoing contributions versus expenses, and
develop financial plans for building projects and church growth. We also oversee all aspects of church
stewardship. This is an appointed committee that is made up of church officers.
Contact Person: Steve Cranford
[email protected]
Staff/Pastor/Parish Relations Committee
PPRC is an appointed committee that oversees and facilitates all personnel matters within the church as it
pertains to the pastor and all staff at MTP. Our committee performs all hiring and management of all
employees that are not appointed by the conference and maintains all recommendations for wage
requirements alongside the finance committee and administrative board. Evaluates all employees, including the
lead pastor, to establish and maintain the mission and core values of MTP. The committee is made up of eight
nominated members and also includes the Lay Leader, Lay Delegate and all pastors. The committee nominates
new members each year, to serve a three year term, each year the committee completes our church profile,
pastor evaluations, and staff evaluations and handle all personnel matters within the church to better serve our
congregation and the kingdom of God.
Contact Person: Vince Brown & Paige Green
[email protected] / [email protected]
Administrative Board
Serves as the primary administrative body of the charge conference and oversees the management and
programming of the local church.
Plans and carries out programs that fulfill the congregation's nurturing, outreaching, and witnessing ministries.
Leads the visioning and strategic planning process within the church. Approves the church budget and ensures
that the financial needs of the church are met.
Makes recommendations for the compensation, benefits, and housing for the pastor(s) and other church staff.
Contact person: Christopher Fitzgerald
[email protected]
Nominations Committee
An appointed committee that prayerfully selects church members who possess supernatural spiritual gifts to
serve in areas of leadership.
Contact Person: Chris Clontz
[email protected]
Parsonage Committee
An appointed committee that oversees the maintenance and upkeep of the parsonage. They provide updates
to district and conference with any changes to the parsonage.
Contact Person: Sue Fitzgerald
[email protected]
Family Life Center Committee (FLC)
The multi-purpose facility will allow us to meet our current and future needs in the areas rated most
important on completed surveys: *Fellowship area large enough for entire membership and future growth
*Stage/worship area *Youth/children's facility *Adequate kitchen facilities.
Please keep this committee in your prayers as they give much of their time and talent.
Contact Person: Joe Hayworth
[email protected]
Board of Trustees
An appointed committee that meet periodically or as needed to discuss various building related topics and make
decisions on those topics through a voting process among its members. We oversee the upkeep and
maintenance of the church building and grounds. As we look to the future, we will continue to maintain the
church and the grounds to provide a safe and inviting facility for members, prospective members, and guest to
enjoy and feel welcome during their time at Mt. Pleasant.
Contact Person: Craig Peacock & Lee Hedgecock
[email protected] / [email protected]
Evangelism Committee
An appointed committee that strives to communicate Jesus' plan of salvation and share His unfailing love to
Ledford and adjacent communities through Mt. Pleasant Church in efforts of turning the community upside
down for Jesus Christ! We plan and help execute tools, project, and events that will allow groups and individuals
to share Christ outside Mt. Pleasant Church. Additional help is needed with specific projects and events.
Contact Person: Matt Smith & Debbie Eller
[email protected] / [email protected]
Vision Team
An appointed team who meet to prayerfully set the vision and goals of the church. This past year we created a
mission statement, a value statement, set a strategy and annual goals and reviewed our progress towards them.
Contact Person: Kathryn Binkley
[email protected]
Decoration Committee An appointed team that is responsible for decorating the entire church. This includes changes to existing dйcor as well as new dйcor and spaces.
MTP Kids Activities, Sunday School and Children's Church
Mt. Pleasant Kids ­ Contact Person: Pastor Craig Stockwell
[email protected]
All children are invited to all Mt. Pleasant Kids Events! We specialize in teaching our children about Jesus and
God's word and offering fun-filled events that help our kids experience and share the love of Christ in a non-
threatening atmosphere. Kids also practice and perform dramas, music, and dances to be shared on special
occasions such as revival, Easter, and Christmas. We also have Easter Egg hunts & games with our church-
wide Egg-Stravaganza and a Happy Birthday Jesus Christmas party with games, stories, crafts & lunch.
Sunday School & Children's Church During our 9:45am Service, we offer fun, Bible-based Sunday School classes for each age and grade level. Children's Church meets every Sunday during the 8:30 & 11 worship hour. There is one group for Elementary age children and one group for Pre-school children. During children's church a planned curriculum helps the children learn about God, including a lesson, craft, & activities. Teachers on the schedule start at either 8:25 or 10:45am.
MTP Kids First Sunday of the Month Fun-Day All children are invited to have a great Sunday afternoon at the church with devotion, craft, activities and dinner. This is led by the MTP Youth Crew and Youth Pastor and Children's Director, Craig Stockwell on the first Sunday of each month from 4-6pm.
MTP Kids Summer field trips Kids and parents are invited to join in for fun, fellowship, and learning as MTP Kids travel to destinations such as Lazy 5 Ranch, Airbound Trampoline Park, Putt-Putt, and more!
Dinner with Santa Enjoy a meal, crafts, entertainment, and photos with Santa! This is a family event sponsored by MTP Kids.
Daddy/Daughter Dance This is an annual event to celebrate the relationship between daddy's and daughters! The girls get dressed up and daddy's put on their ties and dancing shoes for an evening of fun and fellowship!
Summer K.A.M.P. Kids Adventures Music Praise Summer K.A.M.P. Experience filled with games, devotions, music and adventures! This is offered for kids that are 3 years old ­ rising 4th graders. They will experience the Bible through worship arts and activities.
Princess Day
Princess Day is a fun filled day for girls of all ages to enjoy some princess pampering including: hair, nails, glitter
tattoos, crafts, and a Royal Banquet. The purpose of Princess Day is to remind girls they are lovely and made
in God's image. They are a princess - a child of the King. 1 Timothy 6:15 It is an easy/nonthreatening invite
to give people in the community as their 1st visit to MTP and experiencing the unfailing love of Jesus.
Donations accepted for the FLC The event is held at MTP but girls of the church & community are welcome!
Contact person: Amanda Clontz
[email protected]
Hero Day
Fun filled day for kids of all ages to dress up as their favorite super hero and enjoy meeting their favorite Super
Heroes. They enjoy pictures, crafts, games and a snack! The event is held at MTP but open to the community.
Contact Person: Matt Smith
[email protected]
MTP Youth Crew
Mt. Pleasant Youth CREW (Christians Ready Equipped & Willing) is focused on helping our middle school and high school students (5th-12th Grade) develop their relationship with Jesus Christ while equipping them to make a difference by boldly living for Christ in their school, family, and community.
The Mt. Pleasant Youth CREW believes that being active in ministry is important and we have many opportunities to serve the Lord together. We take an active role in the Backpack Outreach Ministry by coming together twice a month and packing the bags. We serve in various capacities in the church, to include, Greeters, Worship Leaders, and even teaching in the Children's Church. We partake in many events throughout the year that include concerts, bowling, movies, lock-ins, the Summer Beach Retreat, the Winter Retreat, and much more.
Sunday Mornings The MTP Youth CREW provides Fun, Bible based Sunday School classes during the 9:45am service for both our Middle School (X-Change -5th-6th grade - and Vertical ­ 7th-8th grade) and our senior high school (Summit ­ 9th-12th grade) students.
The Youth also enjoy an 11:00am Combined Youth Worship Service in the Youth Center.
Sunday Evenings Sunday evenings from 5pm-7pm the MTP Youth CREW (5th-12th Grade) enjoy a Dinner from 5-5:30pm, followed by an Activity/Game from 5:30-6pm and then wrap up the evening with a Bible Study from 6-7pm Thrive on the Five! ­ On the 5th Sunday of the month the MTP Youth CREW enjoy a night out, filled with Fun, Fellowship, & Faith! The Youth enjoy a different activity each time, including Laser Tag, Bowling, Ice Skating, and so much more!
Wednesday Youth Breakfast What a wonderful way for our youth to be provided, both physically and spiritually before school! Every Wednesday morning that school is in session, a hot breakfast is prepared and served to all Youth (5th-12th grade) in the community. Breakfast begins at 7am and is followed by a devotion. Following the devotion transportation is provided for all youth to their school. Transportation is provided to Friendship Elementary, Ledford Middle and Senior High Schools, and Oak Grove Middle and Senior High Schools. All youth (5th-12th grade) are encouraged to attend. This ministry has volunteers that provide food and cook weekly. We welcome any food donations you are able to provide. Contact Person: Teresa Harden & Pastor Craig Stockwell
Wednesday Evenings ­ Family Night (10 weeks during the Fall/10 weeks during the Winter) the Youth enjoy the Fellowship, Food, and a Faith-filled Bible Study!
Contact Person: Pastor Craig Stockwell
[email protected]

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