“Let the little children come to me. Don’t stop them, because the kingdom of heaven belongs to people who are like these children.” – Jesus
Children are blessings at Fulford United Methodist Church! Nurturing and growing God’s children through creative, engaging learning and support is our priority. The Children’s Ministry Team is dedicated to providing opportunities for our children to experience God’s love.
At Fulford, we seek to create a loving and safe environment where our children can grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ. There are so many opportunities to serve within this exciting ministry. We encourage everyone, young and old, to become involved in the children’s ministry at Fulford!
All children are God’s Children and all children are welcome at Fulford! If you would like to volunteer with us, please fill out the volunteer form under Serve.
The Fulford United Methodist Youth group provides a place where middle school and high school teens can come and be themselves. We provide food, games, team building activities, field trips, sports and much more. Our goal is to create well-rounded individuals who love God and look to encourage and help others.
The Youth Ministry concentrates on fulfilling these needs by:
- developing and deepening faith through Bible Study, community service, and fellowship
- setting examples in leadership, service and actions for people of all ages to follow
- encouraging others to realize a stronger love for each other and God
- bringing new friends into the group so they can experience both the love of Christ and fun activities.
All youth in grades 6 through 12 are welcome to join the group. Youth group meets every Friday night from 6:35-8:15 P.M. Come be a part of the fun.
If you have any questions about the meetings or activities, feel free to contact:
Youth & Young Adult Ministry Director
Adult Bible Study
Fulford offers a variety of Adult Bible Studies and Small Groups for adults at all stages in life, which provide opportunities to intentionally grow in faith.
Experience the excitement of new friendships and deeper relationships with God and one another by joining in on a class or study. You do not need to be a member of the church to participate. We encourage you to get involved in this vital ministry of learning, support and discipleship.
Mondays at 6:30 PM Adult Bible Study
Thursdays at 6:30 PM Bilingual Bible Study (Spanish & English)
Saturdays at 8:00 AM Coffee, Donuts, and Bible Study
I was hungry, and you gave me food. I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink. I was alone and away from home, and you invited me into your house. – Matthew 24:35
The Food Pantry at Fulford United Methodist Church is committed to offering gifts of nutritious food to our neighbors in a hospitable, loving and dignified manner. There, families in need can receive pre-sacked, non-perishable food. The non-perishable food items are supplemented by bread, produce, meat and other items.
Monetary Donations: Help us provide fresh produce at our food pantry. You can make a donation here.
Volunteering to Sack, Distribute, or Greet: Our volunteers work to sack and distribute groceries.
Hospitality Help: We are committed to treating guests of our food pantry with all the kindness and hospitality we would offer to a guest in our own homes. We offer guests a hearty welcome while they wait.
Ray of Hope
You do not have to have any special talent to share kindness and prayer with someone not well or u able to be in the community. Ray of Hope is a vitiation ministry for those who are sick and unable to attend weekly services. We make visits to the homebound. We visit nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and hospitals.
We share the love and compassion of Christ by making phone calls, sending greeting cards, praying, and offering communion to ensure that members continue to feel part of Fulford UMC – even during seasons of illness or life changes that prevent them from worshipping with their church family.
12-Step Recovery Program
Fulford hosts several Twelve Step meetings a week. We provide meeting and special event space for annual functions and gatherings. Listed below are the groups who presently hold weekly meetings
Gamblers Anonymous (GA) – Gambling Issues
Wednesdays (7 pm- 8 pm)
Contact: Harold (305) 935-2898
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) – Cross platform drug issues
“First thing First”
Mondays – Saturdays (10 am – 11 am)
Contact: Fred (786) 306 – 2409
NA “Aging in recovery”
Mondays (6:30 pm-7:30 pm)
Contact: Joanne (305) 934-6230
NA “For Addicts Only”
Mondays & Tuesdays (8 pm- 9 pm)
Contact: Kathy (786) 370-4630
Help & Hope for Family and Friends of Alcoholics (Al-Anon)
Spanish Al-Anon Group
Saturdays (6pm – 8pm)
Aprendiendo a Vivir Codea
Sundays (7pm – 8pm)