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South Carolina Conference Men n Ministry

The South Carolina Conference of United Methodist Men is committed to strengthening men for the ministry. The organization is a supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spiritually and seek His will daily. Our primary purpose is to declare the centrality of Christ in the lives of men and in all of their relationships.

 

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“The Power Of Prayer” Men’s Prayer Event

Sunday, November 16, 2014 4 till 7PM at Aynor United Methodist Church, 1007 Elm St., Aynor, SC 29511
Registration available at: https://sites.google.com/site/mariond…   or at the door.
No charge. All men are welcome.


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Herman Lightsey | hblightsey@juno.com | (H) 803-781-5798 | (W) 803-896-5821
The South Carolina Conference of United Methodist Men is committed to strengthening men for the ministry.  The organization is a supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spiritually and to seek His will daily.  Our primary purpose is to declare the centrality of Christ in the lives of men and in all of their relationships.

Our Goals:

  • To encourage knowledge and support for the total mission of the United Methodist Church
  • To enhance evangelism, mission and spiritual life, as men become servant leaders
  • To advocate programs that train men within the local churches to promote specific ministries including prayer, missions, stewardship, hunger relief and civic/youth serving ministries
  • To forge pastoral partnerships by men committed to the effective support and service of clergy and local congregations
  • To assist men in their ever-changing relationships, roles and responsibilities in the family setting, workplace and society
  • To seek commitment to discipleship
  • To encourage daily Bible Study and prayer
  • “To be doers of the Word and not hearers only” (James 1:22)
  • South Carolina United Methodist Men

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Men N Ministry Weekend

Weekend Registration (hotels not included) $75/individual  or $90 w/spouse  Before Dec 31st $90/individual or $105 w/spouse After Dec 31st Printable 2015 M n M Weekend Poster | Hotel Information | Schedule   Music will be provided by: Solo’s, Praise band and Gospel group 

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Teaching Churches

Teaching Churches: “Grow Your Church Through Ministry to Men and their Families “ Each Teaching Church event will be different, because they will share their ideas that have helped them grow their churches through discipleship of men and their families. Attend one in your area  or attend as many as you can to gather ideas …

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South Carolina United Methodist Men

UMM Executive Committee

Current Officers President – Herman Lightsey 9 River Bottom Rd Irmo, SC 29603 Email: hblightsey@juno.com (H): 803-781-5798 (W): 803-896-5821         Vice President – Mr. Marvin Horton 124 Sterling Dr York, SC 29745 Email: mjhconti@aol.com (H): 803-981-9342         Secretary – Mr. Alvin Glen 1354 Main St Dorchester, SC 29437 Email: …

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UMM History

Evangelical United Brethren Men’s Work – Its Heritage The Otterbein Brotherhood The men’s movement in the Church of the United Brethren in Christ began about 75 years ago. In 1909 the Board of Control elected a national director of the movement in the person of the Reverend Warren L. Bunger. He continued for only about a …

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United Methodist Men Resources

Ministry of Men The heart of our mission is to provide men with the resources that will lead men to Christ, develop a deeper relationship with God and to influence their church and community for the glory of God.  Here are resources or tools that will help you grow in Christ.     Understanding Mens …

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