Get Involved

Live Your Faith: Find Your Place at Fairgrove UMC

Together, we are the body of Christ. At Fairgrove UMC, we believe in using our spiritual gifts to build each other up and extend God’s love to those around us. No matter your age, interests, or experience level, there’s a place for you to get involved at Fairgrove UMC. We encourage you to step outside your comfort zone, try something new, and discover your gifts!

Here are some ways you can get involved at Fairgrove UMC:

  • Be Part of the Service: Lend your voice by reading scripture or joining the choir. Lend your hands by ushering, assisting with communion, or supporting our technology team. Lend your heart by offering a warm greeting to everyone.
  • Join a Small Group: We offer a variety of small group studies throughout the year, providing opportunities for deeper connections, Bible study, and close fellowship.
  • Nurture, Outreach, & Witness (NOW): We are committed to serving our community and beyond. Our ministries provide opportunities for spiritual development (nurture), community service and hospitality (outreach), and sharing your faith journey (witness). Our NOW Committee is a great place to start if you’d like to care for others and/or plan events.
  • Leadership: Discern your calling to serve in a leadership role. Nominate yourself or express interest to the pastor/leadership team for positions on committees, boards, or ministry leadership positions.
  • Start Anew: If Fairgrove doesn’t currently provide a ministry your passionate about, we’d love to hear your idea and work with you to develop it!

Getting Started:

  • Talk to the Pastor: They can guide you toward opportunities that align with your interests and skills.
  • Consider your Passions: Do you love music? Use your talent in the choir! Are you tech-savvy? Help with presentations!
  • Start Small: Don’t feel pressured to commit to a big role right away. Begin with something manageable and grow from there.

By getting involved, parishioners not only contribute their gifts but also deepen their connection with the church community and build a stronger foundation for their faith.