The Purpose and Objectives of The United Methodist Men
The United Methodist Men exist to declare the centrality of Christ in every man’s life. This men’s ministry leads to the spiritual growth of men and to effective discipleship. This purpose is served as men are called to model the servant leadership of Jesus Christ.
Individual and group strategies form the foundation of United Methodist Men’s ministry and include the following:
- Enhance evangelism, mission and spiritual life, as men become servant leaders.
- Advocate programs that train men within local churches to promote specific ministries including prayer, missions, stewardship, hunger relief, and civic/youth serving ministries.
- Forge pastoral partnerships by men committed to the effective support and service of clergy and local congregations.
- Assist men in their ever-changing relationships, roles and responsibilities in the family setting, workplace and society.
The United Methodist Men subscribe to these major strategies and personal objectives:
- To engage in daily Bible study and prayer.
- To be a witness to Christ’s way in daily work and in all personal contacts through words and action.
- To engage in Christian service.
To learn more about the work of the United Methodist Men, “helping men to grow in Christ, so others can know Christ,” please visit this website: The United Methodist Men website on UMC.org — our connection to the larger United Methodist church.
Princeton United Methodist Men
The Princeton United Methodist Men’s fellowship accomplishes the goals and objectives of UMM by engaging in the activities below:
- Monthly breakfasts on the second Sunday of the month with fellowship, breakfast, and a speaker/program. The program includes a variety of subjects including community service organizations, Bible study, religious themes, and important community or societal topics which may suggest a Christian perspective or reaction.
- Men’s Fellowship Meeting: This group meets for Bible study, prayer, sharing and fellowship from 7:45 – 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday evenings in the Church Library. The Bible study to be used will be “A Guide to Prayer” by Reuben Job and Norman Shawchuck. Everyone participates and the discussion will be based on one chapter from the Bible. There will also be a time of sharing and a prayer meeting using different kinds of prayer.
- Organizing, sponsoring or assisting in church and community activities and service projects.
- Funding activities, projects, scholarships, and other projects.
- Participating in appropriate District, Conference or national UMM events or conferences.
Activities and programs of the Princeton United Methodist Men will be communicated through the Church’s Sunday Bulletins, the Chimes Newsletter, e-mails and on this website.