Divorce Care Group
Date: Meetings each Monday
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: F-235 in the Christian Life Center (CLC)
Most people will tell you that separation 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.
The DivorceCare group meets weekly to help you face these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Each session has two distinct elements:
A Seminar with Experts:
During the first 30-40 minutes of the meeting, each DivorceCare group watches a video seminar featuring top experts on divorce and recovery subjects. These videos are produced in an interesting-to-watch television magazine format featuring expert interviews, real-life case studies and on-location video. Discussion will follow.
Child care is provided by reservation. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Wednesdays – now through November 1st
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Location: CLC Room F147
It’s not too late to join GriefShare, a weekly grief support group designed to give help, hope and encouragement to those experiencing the death of a spouse, child, family member or friend.
To register, contact Andrea Kennedy at email@example.com, or call Nancy Folds at 770.943.3008 X 5002. Free child care is available by reservation only, when a minimum of 3 children is met.
The Adoption and Foster Care Support NetworkThe MMUMC Missions Ministry launches a new initiative! Support for Adoption and Foster Care The Adoption and Foster Care Support Network This network exists to create awareness and support for orphans and children in our community and abroad who live without the love, nurturing and care of a permanent family.
On 9/20/17, 10/18/17 and 11/15/17 MMUMC will host the Cobb County Foster and Adoptive Parents Association (FAPA) monthly meeting, training and sibling connection. We will have about 180 parents and kids on campus each month.
5:00 – 6:30 pm Parking Lot Welcome and Assistance Team (3)
* HS Graduates and older
* A welcoming personality and ability to carry diaper bags, book bags, etc. for parents
* Outdoor – Rain or Shine
5:00 – 7:00 pm Meal Service Assistant – Oaks Hall Kitchen & Great Room (5)
* HS Graduates and older
* Meal set up and clean up
* Help parents & kids – Dish plates and carry to tables
* Drink refills
6:15 – 8:45 pm Childcare Support (5-6)
* HS Graduates and older
* Safe Sanctuary Certified, will train
* Partner with a FAPA Volunteer to provide a safe and loving experience for children
* Classrooms for – infant/toddlers; pre-K; K-2; 3-5; Middle School and High School
* Programming, arts and craft materials are provided
Donations needed for the Infant and Toddler Room:
Diapers – various sizes and baby wipes
For questions or to volunteer and donate email: AdoptionFosterCareSN@gmail.com, text Kaye O’Neal @ 770-331-6323 or Cindy Teate @ 770-355-5862.
Helping people become who God created them to be through worshiping, growing, serving, and sharing.
Our Faith Journey
At McEachern Memorial UMC we believe that no matter the style, language, or time that corporate worship is essential. Therefore, it is our goal to offer meaningful worship in a variety of styles so that many people can worship as one church. It is our goal to offer high quality worship services that will be meaningful and relevant to your life.
God calls us to go deeper and to work out our faith in group study. Small group study of God’s Word allows more time to discuss topics and issues; also, it holds us accountable to the group so that we begin to apply what we are learning. McEachern Memorial UMC offers two ways to experience growth through small group study: Sunday school classes and Bible studies.
Our faith is not simply about agreeing to certain doctrines or attending worship services and Bible studies. God calls us into action as a way to express and bear witness to our faith, and to be the “hands and feet” of Jesus to his world. McEachern Memorial is engaged in missional projects in our community, our nation, and our world. We want to provide every person an opportunity to put their faith into action through meaningful service.
We believe that when you are engaged in regular worship, dedicated small group study, and meaningful service that your life will begin to change and people will notice. So when they ask why you are different, how do you have peace in your home or your finances, or why you act in a new way we want you to be ready to point them to the One who made that difference: Jesus Christ!
If you are looking for ways to reach out to the local community or help those in need outside the U.S., visit our missions section. We have a food pantry, car care ministry, disaster relief, and mission trips.
We have many programs for children of all ages including nursery, Sunday school, youth groups, and more.
Our adult classes and groups span all stages of life. We offer Sunday school classes, Bible studies, small groups, senior gatherings and trips, and more.
There are many ways to connect at McEachern Memorial UMC. We have programs for children through senior adults. Take a moment to browse through our ministries. You will find chances to volunteer and to learn.