In a congregation as large and a diverse as Boone United Methodist Church fellowship groups are a great way to become involved. It is a fabulous opportunity to fellowship with people and to learn about our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Attic, Basement and Closet Sale
Sponsored by the United Methodist Women, this spring rummage sale is held the 3rd weekend in May and features clothing, linens, kitchen items and small furniture and appliances. All proceeds benefit local missions.
A small group who enjoy weekly fellowship and play bridge. Once a month, they play bridge at Appalachian Brian Estates with the residents.
This invaluable group of men, started by Buck Robbins, work every Tuesday morning at the church. Their fellowship involves an every changing list of “honey-do’s” around the facility.
One of BUMC’s largest annual events that occurs the 3rd weekend in September. It involves over 300 people and countless hours of preparation. Money is raised for missions and the debt on the facility. It brings the entire congregation together and binds us as a family.
Family Life Ministries
Family Life Ministries hosts social events for the entire church family. They are one of many ways to get to know one another and participate in great food and fellowship. These events involve music, indoor and/or outdoor games, and maybe a contest or two.
Just Older Youth, meets the 2nd Tuesday at noon for a monthly meal, fellowship and a program.
The Senior Singles provides fun and fellowship on the 3rd Thursday of the month for those who are widowed. Lunch is at a local restaurant.
Threads of Faith
This group meets once a week to pray together and create handmade Prayer Shawls, Blankets, Infant Hats/Blankets, or Teddy Bears for those with medical or spiritual needs. It is a blessing to both the maker and the receiver of these gifts.