As a center to our community, there is always something going on at Quiet Dell United Methodist Church! We hold regular study groups, host clubs and provide community service. Additionally, we hold special events throughout the year.
During the school year (August to May) we invite you to attend our Family Night Suppers, held every Wednesday from 5:15 – 6:15 pm.
SERVICES & STUDIES
Worship Service (Sundays at 9:45 am) – Our service is traditional in style with several hymns, a choir and occasional special performances. Feel free to stop by early to meet some of congregation!
Children’s Church – As part of our regular worship service, we have an optional children’s moment and separate study. During the children’s moment our pastor addresses the young kids in our church (pre-school through elementary). The kids are then dismissed to study God’s Word in a more entertaining and understandable way in a separate classroom.
REFIT Exercise & Worship – Led by Jessica Coe, REFIT is a combination of prayer, aerobic exercise, scripture and devotionals. The group meets every Thursday at 7:30pm and every Sunday at 5:30pm. Beginners are welcome! Check out our Facebook page for more!
Sunday School (Sundays at 11:00 am) – Once the worship service wraps up we invite you to attend a Sunday School class. There is no rush to get to the classroom… swing by the kitchen for something to drink and a light snack.
Pre-school – Instructors Virginia Lear and Terri Jo Boyer
Elementary (1, 2 &3) – Instructor Mary Ann Auvil
Elementary (4 & 5) – Instructor George Sandy
Middle School (6, 7 & 8 grade) – Instructors Dustin & Cassandra Freshour
High School and College (9th grade through College) – Instructor Lyndon Auvil
Topics – Instructor A.J. King leads a group of younger adults through various Christian topics from in-depth discussions on Holiday’s and their Biblical basis to Christian undertones in popular television shows.
Adult Class 1 – Instructor Gary Auvil
Adult Class 2 – Instructor Anita Fouts leads the class in discussions based on the Lectionary schedule.
OTHER BIBLE STUDIES
Remember a disciple is a student and a good student studies.
Wednesday Morning Study (Wednesdays 10:00 am) – An in depth group discussion led by our Pastor.
Wednesday Night Bible Study (Wednesdays 6:00 – 7:00 pm) – A laid back group study of scripture led by our Pastor. The study group will read a portion of scripture and discuss.
Pioneer Club (Wednesdays 6:15 – 7:15 pm August to May) – Vacation Bible School every Wednesday evening! Lead by a team of experienced leaders and mothers. Pioneer Club is a national organization that is open to children 3 years old to 5th grade. The lessons help members follow Christ in every aspect of life. Club members take part in mission projects like Operation Christmas Child (filling shoe boxes) making favors for hospital trays and much more! Children earn badges for their sashes throughout the year. Open to ALL children… join us on Wednesdays!
United Methodist Youth (Sundays 4:00 – 5:00 pm August to May) – Leaders Dustin & Cassandra Freshour tackle cultural topics and biblical lessons in a fun and interactive group. Open to young people in middle school and high school, the QDUMY trains and equips youth to be ready to give an answer to the hope that is in them and become disciples of Christ. The QDUMY meets and participates in mission and fundraising events. The QDUMY also has fun fellowship trips. Check out our Facebook page for more!
United Methodist Men – Led by Dan Forinash, the UMM meets once a month and has a focus of fellowship of Christian men. The UMM also participates in fundraisers throughout the year.
United Methodist Women – Led by Julie Greynolds, the UMW is vary active in the community, providing many fellowship and mission opportunities. They meet once a month and host several community dinners throughout the year. Check out our Facebook page for more!
Pray team – The pray team strengthens and lifts up members of the congregation and community in prayer.
Food Pantry – Feeding the hungry both physical and spiritual food. Those who need help with food must either have a referral from their own pastor or go to Information & Referral in Clarksburg before coming to the Food Pantry.
Open the 2nd and 4th Wednesday from 2:00 – 4:00 pm and every Friday 11:00 – 2:00 am.
AA meetings (Saturdays starting at 8:00 pm) – Lead by Bob Rienehart, weekly meetings are open to all men and women struggling with addiction and substance abuse.
4-H – Led by Sue Burns. The group meets every second Thursday each month during the school year.
CEOs – These individuals use their crafting skills to both fellowship together and make unique items to bring joy to their community. Contact Brian Boley for more information.
Lego Robotics – Lead by Brian Nichols and A.J. King, the group meets for 5 weeks a semester to create Lego robots. Space is limited contact our leaders for more information.