Serve - Congregational Care

Volunteers participate in preparing and taking meals to church members in need because of illness, surgery recovery, or other hispital stays.  Needs are communicated by email that include a link to the "take them a meal" website for details.  If you would like to help, please click here to email Bill Kelley, the leader of Congregational care.

This group provides meals for family and friends after funerals or memorial services if requested by the family.  This has been an imortant time for many family & friends of departed church members and many thanks have been expressed.  If you would like to help prepare or serve these meals, contact the church office by clicking here or call 937-642-4559. 


This ministry provides blood pressure tests, sugar tests, etc. for the congregation as well as leading exercise classes, nutritional education, and other health and wellness events such as walks and runs.  For more information on how you can help click here


The United Methodist Men (UMM) provides a place for men to grow spiritually and enjoy good fellowship with other men in the church. For more information on the activities of the UMM, please contact either Brad Rine by clicking here or Chris Runyan  by clicking here or check the Information Centers of the Burnside Family Life Center and the Sanctuary; or call the church office at 937-642-4712.


United Methodist Men exists to declare the centrality of Christ in every man's life. Men's ministry leads to the spiritual growth of men and effective discipleship. This purpose is served as men are called to model the servant leadership of Jesus Christ.

Four Commitments of United Methodist Men

  • Spiritual growth of every man in the local church.
  • A few men in every church to support and encourage pastors through prayer and service.
  • Call and equip all men to have at least one godly friend with whom they are accountable as disciples of Christ, and to encourage men to build friendships across racial and cultural lines.
  • Declare young people our new mission field and call and equip adults to lead young people into authentic Christian adulthood.


Volunteers help provide meals for new Moms and their families, and give encouragement in this transitional phase of their life. If you are interested in participating in this ministry please contact Kathy Rohrs by clicking here.

There is a team of people who call on the homebound and in Nursing Homes/ Assisted Living facilities.  In addition to visits, communion is taken out by volunteers on the first Sunday of the month.  If you would like to volunteer for this team, click here

The Women in Mission (W.I.M.) provide several venues for the women of Marysville and the surrounding areas to serve. You do not need to be a member of the FUMC of Marysville to belong to this group and to serve. For more information click here or call the church office at 937-642-4712.


The Women in Mission shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God, to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand the concepts of mission through the church.

Opportunities for Involvement

  • Monthly Circle meetings (meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month: morning-10:00 A.M. and evening 7:00 P.M., generally Mills Lounge but locations can vary as each Circle has unique programs throughou the year).
  • Christian Quilter
  • The Cookie Cutters Club
  • Religious Readers
  • Special events hosted throughout the year
  • Annual Rummage Sale