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
SAVE THE DATE! Come and join your church family in serving at our Great Day of Service on Saturday, October 20 from 8:00 am-12:00 pm. We will be working on campus to beautify our church in preparation for the upcoming holiday seasons. Email Mark Hellman with questions about this event.
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.
Provides light refreshments for Due West UMC funerals.
The binders are used to keep paperwork and documents organized while patient is undergoing treatment.
Are you loving someone through Alzheimer’s or some other dementia related disease? Please join us:
Spouse Support Group
Offering encouragement and insight for those loving a spouse through Alzheimer’s or other related dementias. Join us three Wednesday mornings a month from 9:00-10:30 am. On the 2nd & 4th Wednesday (October 10 & 24) we will meet for coffee at the Hardage Farm Clubhouse (671 Hardage Farm Dr, Marietta). On the 3rd Wednesday (October 17) we have a Brunch Meeting at Sheila’s home.
Alzheimer's/Dementia Family Support Group
Offering encouragement and insight for those loving a family member or friend through Alzheimer’s or other related dementias. We meet on the 4th Thursday (October 25) from 7:00-9:00 pm at 870 Cross Fire Ridge, Marietta. Dinner meeting every other month. RSVP to Sheila.
All groups welcome new members. If you have questions, need more info or to RSVP for any group, contact: Sheila Welch at 404.642.6027 or Email Sheila
Church Food Pantry
Many families in our community are faced with the very real issue of food insecurity. For years our church has been on the front lines helping families with this issue by providing bags of shelf- stable and nutritious food through our Food Pantry Ministry. Each recipient receives two bags of groceries worth approximately $50.00 when sourced at local grocery stores. This provides a family of 4 with approximately 35 individual meals! If your Sunday School Class, small group, book club, Scout troop, etc. would like to collect items and build bags to support this vital community-wide mission, please let our mission team know. Email Mark Hellman with questions.
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.
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.
Send cards of encouragement and pray for those on our church prayer list.
Established in 2001 by Linda Laughlin and several ladies (experienced and un-experienced) who wanted to use the art of quilting to help others.
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.