United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women. The mission of its approximately 800,000 members is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice.
Nearly 100 women belong to First United Homosassa's UMW unit. Unit meetings are held monthly at the church.
First United Homosassa's UMW supports local and foreign mission projects. Missions are funded by an annual fall bazaar and proceeds from the Thrift Shop, located on the Church campus and operated by Church volunteers.
The United Methodist Women of First United Homosassa invite you to join one of their two operating Circles, Ruth Circle and Helping Hands.
For more information, contact the UMW President, Joan West at 628-4083.
Serendipity Men, named after the study Bible they use, began in October, 2009. It is geared to small group study, discussion and conversation pertaining to how Bible scripture relates to our contemporary living. The group meets on Tuesdays at 2:45 pm in Room 114.
The Serendipity Men hold a pancake breakfast the second Saturday of each month from 8 am to 10 am in the Fellowship Hall. Since its inception, 10,317 breakfasts have been served resulting in $41,269.33 being raised at these breakfasts to help support the group’s missionaries, The Sanctuary and Grace House, and Nature Coast Ministries, as well as various individual needs within the community. They also have received $23,106.14 in income from their annual "Man Cave Sale", and another $19,593.48 from donations for a total of $83,593.48 total income before expenses.
They started out with a humble $481.96 in 2009 when they cooked and served their very first breakfast, and as of the end of fiscal year 2017, their total income over all these years has been $83,593.48 with expenses (ministries) of $72,128.35, resulting in a current balance of $11,947.09.
For more information contact Jim Potts at 628-4083.
Wonderful Wednesday fellowship dinners are held throughout the year in the Fellowship Hall. Dinners vary from pot luck to catered events and during the Lenten season are typically soup. An informative, entertaining program follows dinner.
GodSquad, the First United Homosassa Youth Group, meets on Wednesday from 6:30 pm to 8 pm in the Youth Center (Room 311). GodSquad members are still in school and range in age from 11 to 18.
The Wednesday night meetings include fellowship with games, activities, food, and discussion. The GodSquad assists with various other church activities at other times whenever possible.
For more information, email GodSquad.