JOIN US FOR WORSHIP!

Part of “Growing Disciples of Jesus in Faith, Hope and Love” is worshiping Jesus Christ our Lord! 
 
Worship connects us to God and each other and equips us to go out and share Christ’s love.

 

SERVICES

Traditional Worship  8:45am 
Our 8:45am service meets in the sanctuary is traditional in style with organ music and hymns, and a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Traditional Worship  11:00am
Our 11:00am service also meets in the sanctuary and is very similar to the 8:45am service with a bit more of a “high church” feel.

Contemporary Worship  "The Circle" at 5:00pm
Our 5:00pm service, “The Circle,” is a contemporary service which meets in our fellowship hall upstairs.  
The music is guitar driven and the atmosphere is less formal.

Pastor Sara Beth typically preaches all three services.  She strives to preach messages that are scripturally based and relevant for Christians today.  

 

Check out our Blog to hear past sermons.

SUNDAY SCHOOL

Each week from 10:00-10:45am, we have Sunday school for all ages to make it easy to find the right Sunday school class for you and your family!  

We welcome visitors and new class members from all age groups.  We are a "family friendly" church!


Preschoolers
Ages 3-5 meet in Room 109. Please visit our preschool classroom!  

Kindergarten
Kindergarteners and older (5 year old) preschoolers.  This group meets upstairs in Room 203 (The Green Room).  

Grades 1 & 2
Grades 1 & 2  meet upstairs in Room 206 (The Yellow Room).  

Grade 3 
Grade 3 meets upstairs in Room 202 (The Beige Room). 

Grades 4 & 5
Grades 4 & 5 meet upstairs in Room 203 (The Blue Room). 

Grades 6, 7 & 8
Grades 6, 7 & 8 meet upstairs in room 201 (The Purple Room). See more information about our
Law Enforcement Blessing Bags mission project.

 

  • For Grades 3-8
    Deep Blue is a comprehensive 3 year Bible Study.  Each weekly adventure begins at church, and continues at home. More information, please visit: DeepBlueKids.com


High School
Grades 9-12 meet in Room 208 (The Teal Room). 

 

GIFT

Growing In Faith Together meets in room 205. This group is for adults (single or married). They study topics focused on growing their faith.

Parent Fellowship Class

The Parent Fellowship Class meets downstairs in room 104. Their target group is adults with families.  This group studies topics selected by the parents, but focuses on growing the faith of our families, while providing resources and fellowship to facilitate Christian parenting.

Harry Sugg Class
The Harry Sugg Class meets in the main room of Jeremiah’s Retreat, the small building located in the back parking l

ot of the church. Welcomes couples or singles of all ages, and drop-ins. Class members lead the discussions. Contact Person is Rossie Lindsey.  Ask about our mission project: Third Sunday Food Delivery

Forever Young Women's Class
The Forever Young Women's Class meets in Room 102 and welcomes women of all ages. Class lessons and discussions are based on issues that are relevant to Christian women.  


Men’s Kitchen Class
The Men’s Kitchen Class meets in the kitchen upstairs (accessed from the Fellowship Hall). Welcomes men of all ages. Class members lead discussions about current events, and issues that affect Christian men and their families. 

Horton-Houser Class
The Horton-Houser Class meets in Room 111 located just inside the rear entrance of the church. Welcomes all women. They follow a lesson/discussion format using the International Lesson Series. 

Merritts Men’s Class
The Merritts Men’s Class meets in Room 107. Welcomes mature men but membership is open to everyone. They follow a lesson/discussion format using the International Lesson Series. 

 
 

BLESSING BAGS

Jesus Town Sunday School Class (6th, 7th & 8th grades)
A mission designed to aid Chatham County law enforcement in comforting Individuals or victims of abuse, crime, or tragedy who are displaced from their homes. 
Overview  Members of our Sunday School class have had parents in, know people in, or work closely with people in law enforcement.  Thru them we learned about the burden that officers have in helping to comfort and provide aid to people who find themselves displaced from their homes.  There may be a disaster, or dispute and the person has to leave their home with no belongings.   It can happen to people of all ages.  
Goals  Fill knapsacks with items that can help meet basic needs of people who are in need when our law enforcement officers encounter them. This mission helps both those in need as well as our officers who are in touch with these people.We actively pray for the officers and their families as well as those that they serve in the every day.

Contents of the knapsacks:

  1. A gallon ziploc container with basic hygiene necessities including toothpaste, tooth brush, shampoo, soap, antiperspirant, lotion, chapstick etc.

  2. Blanket ( fleece, lightweight ,of appropriate size and color for age of person bag is intended for).  We encourage other groups who make blankets for missions to donate for this cause.  We hope to have these blankets blessed by our minister. 

  3. For children, we include a soft, plush toy. ( Pillow Pets are a good option because they can serve two purposes)

  4. Umbrellas and rain ponchos 

  5. Items to provide entertainment:  Playing cards and word search books for teens or men, journals and adult coloring books for teens or women.  Children chalk boards with colored chalk, coloring books, etc for small kids. (Imagine if you or your child was in this situation and what they would enjoy…)

  6. Healthy snack options- bottled water, granola bars, packs of crackers, healthy juice, etc

  7. Washcloths and hand towels

  8. Socks in men, women and children sizes

  9. Novels, devotionals, children's books.

  10. Other gifts that the Lord might impress on you to give for this mission!

  11. Our class will make cards and incorporate the Numbers 6:24-26 in them.  As they draw and work on them, they pray for those that will be involved with or receiving the bags.  These are placed in the bags.  

Thank you for your interest in this mission.  We are thankful for any help via donations of items or money to purchase items.  

FOR OUR YOUNGEST MEMBERS

Nursery "JAM"  Jesus and Me

Will be offered to children Birth-3 years of age. Safety for your children is our #1 priority, and as the demographics of children in the nursery changes we will continue to ensure this is the best option. 

Kingdom Kids 

Kingdom Kids is held after the children’s message during both services each Sunday to our PreK 4yo - 1st graders. 

 

MUSIC

Choir
Rodney Oldham is our incredibly talented music director who plays organ and piano, and leads our choir.  The choir rehearses on Thursday evening at 7:00pm and sings in worship on Sunday morning. The choir is always excited to welcome new members. Contact Rodney at roldham@nccob.gov to get involved.


Chimers

Led by  Dawn Walker, our Chimers perform throughout the year during worship.  Our new chimers practice at 4:00pm on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Sunday evenings. (September-May) 

Chancel Ringers
Led by Steve & Dawn Walker, our Handbell Choir performs on the 3rd Sunday of each month in worship. 
Our experienced ringers practice at 5:00pm on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Sunday evenings. (September-May) Contact Dawn Walker at dawnwalker84@me.com to get involved.


Contemporary Band
The Contemporary Band provides upbeat music at our contemporary "The Circle" service held in the Fellowship Hall at 5:00pm on Sundays. If you are interested in helping spread the love of Jesus through contemporary music please contact Joe Sanchez at joseph@pittsborounitedmethodist.org.

Orchestra
For anyone who plays a musical instrument, dust off your instrument.  The orchestra plays for a service during Christmas and Easter Holidays.  Contact Dawn Walker at
dawnwalker84@me.com to get involved. 

 

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