Contact Sue Wells
The Food Pantry works under the direction of the South Brunswick Interchurch Council (SBIC). Churches work together to provide 3-day supplies of food to Brunswick County residents. The Pantry is normally open from 10:00 – noon on Saturday morning, and Camp UMC staffs the Pantry on the first Saturday of each month. Volunteers help obtain food, pack bags, register families, and distribute the food. Both adults and youth are involved. All Camp members can help the Pantry through prayer for the families and volunteers, monetary contributions to the Pantry fund, donations of non-perishable food, toiletry items, and paper products, and support of SBIC fund raising activities.
Contemporary Service with Praise Band
All ages participate in Camp’s Sunday School Program. Held each Sunday between the first and second Worship Services (and before the Worship Service on one-service Sundays), Sunday school is an opportunity for meaningful study of the Bible in the form of lecture and group discussion. Children and Youth Classes are organized by age, changing from time to time, based upon the ages of the attendees. Current classes and their locations include:
- Nursery – Birth -2 years old – 1st Floor, Nursery behind the Sanctuary
- Angels Class -3- 4 years old – 1st floor, Toddler Room behind the Sanctuary
- Sunshine Class – Pre K -2nd Grade – Children’s Wing, Admin. Building
- Shining Lights for Jesus Christ – Grades 3-5 – Children’s Wing, Admin. Building
- Junior High – Grades 6-8 – 2nd Floor, Jane Nichols Class behind the Sanctuary
- Senior High – Grades 9-12 – 2nd Floor behind the Sanctuary
- Roger Cox Class (Young Families) – 2nd Floor behind the Sanctuary
- Cornerstone Class (Middle Age Families; Teacher Led Discussion) – 2nd Floor behind the Sanctuary
- College & Singles – Children’s Wing, Admin. Building
- Seekers Class (Multi-generational; Lecture with Limited Discussion) – Fellowship Hall, Admin.Building
- Salmon Class (Mature Adults; Teacher Led Discussion)- 1st Floor behind the Sanctuary
- Discussion Class – Library, Admin. Building
We encourage you to visit the different classes before making your decision, choosing the Sunday School Class in which you feel most comfortable. In addition to the learning opportunities provided by listening to and sharing with others, we always need good teachers for all groups. Please contact the Sunday School Superintendent if you are led to serve by teaching others.
Traditional Service with Organ/Piano Music
Join the women’s small study group on Monday mornings at 10:00 a.m. starting March 4th for a book study entitled “Ordering Your Private World” by Gordon MacDonald. Chapters include your motivation, use of time, wisdom and knowledge, spiritual strength, and restoration. Peace is what we long for and a closer walk with Him. For more details: call Joan Henderson at 910-754-5498.
United Methodist Women is an integral part of the United Methodist Church whose purpose is to turn faith, hope and love into action. We are a mission organization which focuses on women, children and youth in our local community as well as on national and international levels.
Our projects include: donations to Hospice, Providence Home, MATCH (mothers and their children – prison ministry in Raleigh), local church ministry, serving lunch to Habitat workers, preparing and serving Lenten lunch, preparing school kits, collecting items for a basket to be auctioned for Children’s Home, tea for residents of Autumn Care, collect soup labels, box tops for education and can tabs.
Our UMW has three groups that meet monthly in the Fellowship Hall (excluding July and August): Susannah Wesley Group meets on the 2nd Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. and the J.O.Y group meets the 2nd Monday at 6:30 p.m. The meeting begins with refreshments after which we have a business meeting and program. The Prayer Shaw ministry meets the 1st, 3rd and 4th Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. We invite all women to join our fellowship.