Serving in Our Church & Community

Contact: Mark Hellman - Email Mark

Due West offers many ways to get involved to meet the needs within our church family. Each year we church members gather for our Great Day of Service in which we participate in service throughout the church and within the community. We also have a wonderful LifeCare Ministry who offer support in many areas for families in crisis. Our Stitchin' Sallies uses the art of quilting and other sewing techniques to create lap quilts and other items for families in crisis.

Take a moment to see the many ways you can become involved within our church. We would love to have you join us.

Great Day of Service

Each year we host a Great Day of Service where you can serve within our church and the community.  We look forward to seeing you in October 2018.


LifeCare Ministry is devoted to helping provide our church family and community with a variety of care outreach. 

Baskets of Blessings

For those recuperating from hospitalization or illness.  Baskets for children or adults are filled with puzzle books, devotions, etc.

Bereavement Committee

Provides light refreshments for Due West UMC funerals.

Cancer Binders

The binders are used to keep paperwork and documents organized while patient is undergoing treatment.

Caregiver Ministry

Are you loving someone through Alzheimer’s or some other dementia related disease?  Please join us:

Spouse Support Group
For those loving a husband or wife through Alzheimer’s and related dementias.  Please join us three Wednesday mornings a month.  On the 2nd & 4th Wednesday (March 14 & 28) we will meet at A NEW LOCATION - the Hardage Farm Clubhouse (671 Hardage Farm Drive, Marietta) for coffee from 9:00-10:30 am.  On the 3rd Wednesday (March 21) we will have a Brunch Meeting at the home of Sheila Welch (870 Cross Fire Ridge, Marietta).

Alzheimer's/Dementia Family Support Group
For sons and daughters loving a parent(s) through Alzheimer’s and related dementias. We meet on the 4th Thursday (March 22) from 7:00-8:30 pm at the home of Sheila Welch (see above).  This month we will have a speaker, AJC Dementia Columnist and Advocate, Robin Andrews joining us!  Please RSVP to Sheila (information below).

Our Caregiver Ministry is hosting...

“Powerful Tools for Caregivers”

Sponsored by Due West UMC Caregiver's Ministry and Cobb Senior Services

This educational program is designed to help family caregivers take care of themselves while caring for a relative or friend.  You will benefit from this class whether you are helping a parent, spouse, friend, or someone who lives at home, in a nursing home, or across the country.  Class meets once a week for six weeks and is FREE!  Class is limited and registration is required!

Tuesdays, March 20-April 24, 2018
2:00-3:30 pm in The Gathering Room (Building A)

To register, contact Sheila...

Contact: Sheila Welch at 404.642.6027 or Email Sheila

Flower Ministry

Prepare Sunday’s alter flowers in smaller containers and deliver to those who need encouragement due to being shut-in, illness or death of a family member.

Helping Hands

Provides yard maintenance, small repairs around the house and carpentry needs.

Nursing Home Ministry

We work with Shady Grove Manor, an assisted living facility in Kennesaw.  We also have a Bingo Ministry at Ross Memorial Nursing Home on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 2:30-4:00 pm.

Prayer Cards

Send cards of encouragement and pray for those on our church prayer list.

Stitchin' Sallies

Established in 2001 by Linda Laughlin and several ladies (experienced and un-experienced) who wanted to use the art of quilting to help others.

Mission Statement

To honor God and demonstrate His love using the traditional art of quilting and/or other sewing techniques. To create lap quilts, turbans, teddy bears, caps, etc. to help comfort individuals and families in crisis.

Meeting Time and Place

Every Tuesday morning
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Due West UMC South Campus ~ Room 242

Contact:  Terri Kilpatrick at 770.422.8532

For questions about any of these groups in our church and community, contact Mark Hellman at the information above.