Missouri United Methodist Church
Friday, May 24, 2013
All 6th-12th graders are invited to experience MUMY (Missouri United Methodist Youth) activities. Meet others, learn about the love of Jesus Christ and explore the role God plays in your personal faith journey.
Sunday Morning Live - 10:00am-10:50am
M.U.M.Y. – Sunday Nights
M.U.M.Y. (Missouri United Methodist Youth) meet every Sunday from 6-8pm. We come together to worship, eat together, learn, grow in our faith and build Christian friendships. Each week we explore a different topic and spend time in the Bible. Dinner is provided by parents of the youth.
Wednesday Night Live for Youth
Each Wednesday Night youth join the congregation for dinner in the CLC Multipurpose Room at 5:30. After dinner Jr. and Sr. High youth break into groups for separate activities including Bible study, devotion, mission projects, games and hang time.
*WNL Spring 2012 semester has ended. We'll begin again in September 2012.
The Acolyte Ministry is an important part of MUMC’s youth ministries program. Dave Jones, Minister of Parish Visits, oversees the fifty + youth who actively participate. Acolytes serve as worship leaders at the weekly 8:50 and 11:00am services, as well as during special services throughout the year. Acolytes provide significant assistance on Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Easter Eve, Easter, and Youth Sunday. Any youth interested in serving as an Acolyte should contact Dave Jones at 443-3111.
On Confirmation Sunday, youth make a commitment to Christ and to the church before the MUMC congregation. Confirmands learn what it means to be a Christian in today’s world and how to use the Bible as a guide for daily living. Confirmation classes are held during the Sunday school hour. Confirmands also participate in other youth activities, including service projects, church services, Sunday and Wednesday night youth activities, and a confirmation retreat. Confirmation is offered to youth in the 6th grade. Confirmation Class meets Sundays at 10:00am in CLC 102.
Each year we have many events above and beyond regularly scheduled programming.