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There are many ministries and missions in which you can participate. Your gifts and talents are needed! If you have any questions or concerns in the material listed, please send us a message in the indicated space to the right.
 
(Please note that all email addresses are not direct links, but directions for that address. Sending an email from your home account, as opposed to using a link, will protect both you and the recipient from unwanted spam.)
 
Angel Tree – Angel Tree is a Christian-based ministry that provides Christmas gifts to children on behalf of their incarcerated parents. Each year, starting after Thanksgiving, a tree is in the narthex with angels that describe the request of the parent for their child/ren. Simply choose your angel, buy and wrap the gift and return it to the church for delivery. For more information, or to assist in this program, contact Kim Hurley at 867-8049 or khurley2 (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Care Clinic – The Care Clinic of Fayetteville is a Christian-based ministry that provides free quality health care to eligible uninsured, low income adults who live in Cumberland County. They need both health and non-health care volunteers. (See their web site at www.thecareclinic.org for a complete list of volunteer needs.) Contact Brenda Booth at 484-0668 or brendabooth (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com to become involved in this local ministry.
 
A Christmas to Remember – A Christian-based ministry that originated within HUMC, a Christmas to Remember each year challenges the church’s membership to match its Christmas giving with an equal gift for the Christmas to Remember fund. These gifts are then distributed among selected local, national and international ministries. Despite its name, a Christmas to Remember operates year-round and always needs your help. To volunteer, or if you have a question, contact Barbara Speir at (910) 339-1930 or barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Cumberland Interfaith Hospitality Network – Four times a year HUMC hosts several homeless families for one week in our facility. These families are in the process of transitioning to permanent housing. While visiting with us, we provide hot meals, showers and a place to sleep. If you would like to be part of this mission, contact JoAnn Stanford at 867-7018 to provide food and meals.
 
CurAmericas – Works with local healthcare teams in Central and South America, and Liberia, to combat preventable diseases such as malnutrition, pneumonia and complications from childbirth. Healthcare and non-healthcare volunteers are needed, and you do not need to be proficient in a foreign language to participate. For more information, contact Brenda Booth at 484-0668 or brendabooth (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Fayetteville Urban Ministry – A faith-base ministry that focuses on transforming lives in Fayetteville through a variety of programs. The Find-A-Friend youth program mentors troubled youth. The Adult Literacy Program helps adults with reading, education, and job preparation. The Emergency Assistance program supports our neighbors by meeting their basic needs for food, clothing, and crisis support.  Finally, The Nehemiah Project provides free home repairs to low-income homeowners. HUMC is in need of a coordinator for this ministry! For more information contact barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Ganta Mission Station - Founded in 1926 by George Harley, the Ganta Mission Station in Liberia is a United Methodist Mission that provides health and education care for the Ganta region of Liberia. Having survived the Liberian Civil War in 2003 the Mission Station twice has been a recipient of HUMC Christmas to Remember gifts to help their efforts to rebuild. To become involved or to find out more about this ministry, contact Brenda Booth at 484-0668 or brendabooth (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Habitat for Humanity - Is a Christian-based ministry that provides safe and affordable housing for low-income families in need. In 2013 HUMC hopes to sponsor a Habitat house and volunteers will be needed to help construct it. You do not need to be an expert carpenter to participate. For information contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (com).
 
Heifer Project – Is an international project that provides livestock and training to needy families around the world to help improve their income and to end hunger. If you are interested in becoming part of this project in HUMC, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (com).
 
Imagine No Malaria – A mission of the United Methodist Church, this ministry aims to stop preventable malaria deaths by empowering those that are vulnerable through an integrated strategy of prevention, treatment, education and communication. For more information, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
The Master’s Hands – An HUMC ministry that provides construction and maintenance to areas affected by hurricanes, (such as Katrina) and other disasters. They also provide a team each year to be part of the Operation Inasmuch Neighborhood Blitz. All hands are welcome. To be a part of the team, contact Al Miller at 527-1805.
 
Operation Inasmuch - A local, Christian-based mission, Operation Inasmuch ministers to the “least of these” of Fayetteville by providing food, shelter and training. On the first Tuesday of every other month, HUMC serves breakfast to the homeless at the OI headquarters. If you would like to be part of this team, or if you would like to volunteer in this ministry, contact Linda Raplee at 630-1803 or email her at lindaraplee (at) embarqmail (dot) com.
 
Robeson County Church & Community Center - A faith-based ministry that provides for the many needs of one of the poorest counties in the state. They are a multi-purposed organization, providing food, clothing, emergency assistance, home repairs, and counseling, as well as a variety of other programs. They need volunteers of any education, background and experience. To volunteer contact Lani Dickey at 484-8629 or dickeyc (at) faytechcc (dot) edu.
 
Salvation Army Love Lunches – The Salvation Army provides hot lunches for those in need in our community. Several times a month, at least 3 people are needed from the church to help serve these lunches.  The work is simple, quick and important.  Servers meet in the church parking lot at 11:20am to carpool to the Salvation Army facility at 220 E. Russell St.  They are encouraged, but not required to provide a homemade or store-bought dessert.  Volunteers can expect to be back at the church by 1:15pm. For more information, contact Kim Hurley at 867-8049 or khurley2 (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.  
 
Society of St. Andrew – The mission of the Society of St. Andrew is to introduce people to God's grace through meeting their hungers through their gleaning network, their potato and produce project, and their harvest of hope educational program. This is a year-round program where unharvested food is “rescued” and provided to those in need. Individuals, families and groups can all participate. For more information, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Stop Hunger Now – An international, faith-based program that uses teams of volunteers to pack dry, nutritious meals to be sent to crisis hunger areas. HUMC sponsors a packing during the Lenten season. For more information, or to be part of the planning team, contact Barbara Speir at 339-1930 or barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
UMCOR Disaster Relief – UMCOR provides humanitarian relief when war, conflict, or natural disaster disrupt life to such an extent that communities are unable to recover on their own. Although not a first response team, they do assist communities in achieving recovery. In addition, they offer global development programs in health, sanitation, poverty, sustainable agriculture, nutrition, and food security. For more information, or to become a volunteer, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Zoe Ministry – Is a Christian-based ministry that transforms the lives of African AIDS orphans in a three-year time frame by empowering them through a comprehensive program of training to help them become economically self-sufficient, providing them the resources needed to achieve that self-sufficiency, cultivating their faith through weekly and monthly worship and Bible study, providing them the means to obtain adequate housing, and fostering a sense of community through organized work teams and education. For more information, contact Barbara Speir at 339-1930 or barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Questions and concerns can be addressed in the comment space on the right.  Please do not hesitate to contact us.  We would love to have you involved!

 Outreach at Haymount

 

There are many ministries and missions in which you can participate. Your gifts and talents are needed! If you have any questions or concerns in the material listed, please send us a message in the indicated space to the right.
 
(Please note that all email addresses are not direct links, but directions for that address. Sending an email from your home account, as opposed to using a link, will protect both you and the recipient from unwanted spam.)
 
Angel Tree – Angel Tree is a Christian-based ministry that provides Christmas gifts to children on behalf of their incarcerated parents. Each year, starting after Thanksgiving, a tree is in the narthex with angels that describe the request of the parent for their child/ren. Simply choose your angel, buy and wrap the gift and return it to the church for delivery. For more information, or to assist in this program, contact Kim Hurley at 867-8049 or khurley2 (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Care Clinic – The Care Clinic of Fayetteville is a Christian-based ministry that provides free quality health care to eligible uninsured, low income adults who live in Cumberland County. They need both health and non-health care volunteers. (See their web site at www.thecareclinic.org for a complete list of volunteer needs.) Contact Brenda Booth at 484-0668 or brendabooth (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com to become involved in this local ministry.
 
A Christmas to Remember – A Christian-based ministry that originated within HUMC, a Christmas to Remember each year challenges the church’s membership to match its Christmas giving with an equal gift for the Christmas to Remember fund. These gifts are then distributed among selected local, national and international ministries. Despite its name, a Christmas to Remember operates year-round and always needs your help. To volunteer, or if you have a question, contact Barbara Speir at (910) 339-1930 or barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Cumberland Interfaith Hospitality Network – Four times a year HUMC hosts several homeless families for one week in our facility. These families are in the process of transitioning to permanent housing. While visiting with us, we provide hot meals, showers and a place to sleep. If you would like to be part of this mission, contact JoAnn Stanford at 867-7018 to provide food and meals.
 
CurAmericas – Works with local healthcare teams in Central and South America, and Liberia, to combat preventable diseases such as malnutrition, pneumonia and complications from childbirth. Healthcare and non-healthcare volunteers are needed, and you do not need to be proficient in a foreign language to participate. For more information, contact Brenda Booth at 484-0668 or brendabooth (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Fayetteville Urban Ministry – A faith-base ministry that focuses on transforming lives in Fayetteville through a variety of programs. The Find-A-Friend youth program mentors troubled youth. The Adult Literacy Program helps adults with reading, education, and job preparation. The Emergency Assistance program supports our neighbors by meeting their basic needs for food, clothing, and crisis support.  Finally, The Nehemiah Project provides free home repairs to low-income homeowners. HUMC is in need of a coordinator for this ministry! For more information contact barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Ganta Mission Station - Founded in 1926 by George Harley, the Ganta Mission Station in Liberia is a United Methodist Mission that provides health and education care for the Ganta region of Liberia. Having survived the Liberian Civil War in 2003 the Mission Station twice has been a recipient of HUMC Christmas to Remember gifts to help their efforts to rebuild. To become involved or to find out more about this ministry, contact Brenda Booth at 484-0668 or brendabooth (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Habitat for Humanity - Is a Christian-based ministry that provides safe and affordable housing for low-income families in need. In 2013 HUMC hopes to sponsor a Habitat house and volunteers will be needed to help construct it. You do not need to be an expert carpenter to participate. For information contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (com).
 
Heifer Project – Is an international project that provides livestock and training to needy families around the world to help improve their income and to end hunger. If you are interested in becoming part of this project in HUMC, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (com).
 
Imagine No Malaria – A mission of the United Methodist Church, this ministry aims to stop preventable malaria deaths by empowering those that are vulnerable through an integrated strategy of prevention, treatment, education and communication. For more information, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
The Master’s Hands – An HUMC ministry that provides construction and maintenance to areas affected by hurricanes, (such as Katrina) and other disasters. They also provide a team each year to be part of the Operation Inasmuch Neighborhood Blitz. All hands are welcome. To be a part of the team, contact Al Miller at 527-1805.
 
Operation Inasmuch - A local, Christian-based mission, Operation Inasmuch ministers to the “least of these” of Fayetteville by providing food, shelter and training. On the first Tuesday of every other month, HUMC serves breakfast to the homeless at the OI headquarters. If you would like to be part of this team, or if you would like to volunteer in this ministry, contact Linda Raplee at 630-1803 or email her at lindaraplee (at) embarqmail (dot) com.
 
Robeson County Church & Community Center - A faith-based ministry that provides for the many needs of one of the poorest counties in the state. They are a multi-purposed organization, providing food, clothing, emergency assistance, home repairs, and counseling, as well as a variety of other programs. They need volunteers of any education, background and experience. To volunteer contact Lani Dickey at 484-8629 or dickeyc (at) faytechcc (dot) edu.
 
Salvation Army Love Lunches – The Salvation Army provides hot lunches for those in need in our community. Several times a month, at least 3 people are needed from the church to help serve these lunches.  The work is simple, quick and important.  Servers meet in the church parking lot at 11:20am to carpool to the Salvation Army facility at 220 E. Russell St.  They are encouraged, but not required to provide a homemade or store-bought dessert.  Volunteers can expect to be back at the church by 1:15pm. For more information, contact Kim Hurley at 867-8049 or khurley2 (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.  
 
Society of St. Andrew – The mission of the Society of St. Andrew is to introduce people to God's grace through meeting their hungers through their gleaning network, their potato and produce project, and their harvest of hope educational program. This is a year-round program where unharvested food is “rescued” and provided to those in need. Individuals, families and groups can all participate. For more information, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Stop Hunger Now – An international, faith-based program that uses teams of volunteers to pack dry, nutritious meals to be sent to crisis hunger areas. HUMC sponsors a packing during the Lenten season. For more information, or to be part of the planning team, contact Barbara Speir at 339-1930 or barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
UMCOR Disaster Relief – UMCOR provides humanitarian relief when war, conflict, or natural disaster disrupt life to such an extent that communities are unable to recover on their own. Although not a first response team, they do assist communities in achieving recovery. In addition, they offer global development programs in health, sanitation, poverty, sustainable agriculture, nutrition, and food security. For more information, or to become a volunteer, contact Karen Barkman at 867-3677 or DBarkman (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
Zoe Ministry – Is a Christian-based ministry that transforms the lives of African AIDS orphans in a three-year time frame by empowering them through a comprehensive program of training to help them become economically self-sufficient, providing them the resources needed to achieve that self-sufficiency, cultivating their faith through weekly and monthly worship and Bible study, providing them the means to obtain adequate housing, and fostering a sense of community through organized work teams and education. For more information, contact Barbara Speir at 339-1930 or barbara (dash) speir (at) nc (dot) rr (dot) com.
 
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 Haymount United
Methodist Church

1700 Fort Bragg Road
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Office: 910.484.0181

Fax: 910.484.9805

 

 

 Haymount United
Methodist Church

1700 Fort Bragg Road
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Office: 910.484.0181

Fax: 910.484.9805

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Worship:
8:30AM - Traditional
9:45AM - Contemporary
11:00AM - Traditional

 

 

 

 

Sunday Worship:
8:30AM - Traditional
9:45AM - Contemporary
11:00AM - Traditional

 

 

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