When we become members of Community United Methodist Church, we promise to support the Church with our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our service and our witness.  There are many ways to serve at Community UMC.  Many of these ways are listed below.  In addition, we all are given gifts by the Holy Spirit.  You may have a gift that will serve in a new way.  If there is something you are led to do, and don't see it here, please ask Pastor Billy if you can serve in your unique way.

Service to the Church
Creates flowers for the Alter, and can provide flowers for weddings and funerals.
Alter Guild
Children's Sermons
Servants take turns providing snacks and refreshments after the church worship service.  You can choose to "do it all" or share the activity with another person(s).

Leading Sunday School/Youth Group/Bible Classes
Jubilation Ringers
Sunshine Committee
These servants provide help for the needs of other parishioners.  One of the main services is the planning and preparation of repast for funerals, memorials and celebrations.  They also provide transportation, run errands, take care of children, provide meals, visit those who are home-bound or hospitalized, and send cards for special occasions.
Web Committee - do our best to keep this web site up-to-date.  We will welcome others that would like to be trained to work on this site.
Newsletter Publication - Creating, printing and mailing the monthly newsletter to the congregation.

Service to the Community
Our annual Halloween function provided for the community.  
St. Patrick's Day dinner
Mother-Daughter Banquet
Ice Cream Social

The Not Sew Perfect Quilters meet on Tuesday from 1pm to 3pm.  Using fabric donated by the community, they create tied quilts that are donated to various organizations that serve others.  Kits are available in the overflow room for those who wish to help by sewing at home.  Donations of clean fabric are always appreciated and will be put to good use.  In 2015, the quilters produced over 75 quilts.
Serving 1st through 5th grade boys and their families living in Williams and surrounding communities. 

The Congregation participates in 
Kairos Prison Ministry
Our Sunday School and Youth Group support
Sisters in Spirit support
Heifer Project
Sunshine Mission
Williams Food Bank
Christmas boxes for active military (through ESA)
Hope Cottage

United Methodist Global Missions