No matter your interests, it’s easy to find an activity or group to join and become involved at Mill Plain UMC. In addition to the groups and programs detailed below, there are also a wealth of service opportunities through our community outreach. Check the calendar for upcoming events.
Our formal music programs are currently rotating from week to week at a sevice at 10 AM Sunday morning
Chancel Choir – Is currently rotating every other week. The Chancel Choir performs during the 10 a.m. service and meets weekly for rehearsal. Anyone interested in raising their voices in praise is invited to join!
Praise Band — Is currently rotating every other week. We are indeed blessed to have such wonderful musical talent among our church family! The Praise Band features a variety of musicians and singers and performs during the 10 a.m. service.
Spiritual Growth Classes & Sunday School
Sunday school isn’t just for children! Mill Plain UMC is committed to your spiritual growth no matter your age. Classes are held seasonally and when special topics arise and may be comprised of book studies and Bible studies.
Membership Class— Coming soon– Explore what Methodists believe and what it means to be a member of the church.
Adult Sunday School — Classes for adults explore sermon topics, books and other seasonal selections. It will be posted on the calendar when classes are again starting up.
Nourishing Our Faith — a Christian book study group that meets one- to two-times monthly. It will be posted on the calendar when classes are again starting up.
Each week, members of Grace Notes come together for devotion, sharing and writing cards to church family members who are celebrating birthdays, anniversaries or who need extra prayers for illness or sympathies. Everyone is welcome to join this group that spreads light and love among our church family!
Prayer Shawl Ministry
The crocheting/knitting group meets monthly on the second Thursday to make shawls, lap robes and baby blankets and hats filled with prayers that are gifted to comfort members of our church family, the community and the Babies in Need program. All levels of experience are welcome.
If you or someone you know are going through a difficult time and would like a shawl, lap robe or newborn cap, please contact us.
The Mill Plain UMC book club is open to all and meets monthly to discuss that latest book selection, which ranges from historical fiction to novels or nonfiction. It will be posted on the calendar when classes are again starting up.
Mill Plain means so much to us. We came together there and had our wedding there. It’s hard to express how much it means to us.Gene and Lillian H.