UMM

 

East Point First Mallalieu United Methodist Men

Welcome

The EPFM-UMM welcome you and extend an invitation to all men who want to be a part of a good Christian men’s organization involved in doing God’s work. We invite you to join us.

Purpose

The EPFM United Methodist Men shall be a creative, supportive fellowship of men who seek to know Jesus Christ, to grow spiritually and to seek daily his will. [Our] primary purpose is to declare the centrality of Christ in the lives of men and in all their relationships.

Concerns

  1. To encourage knowledge of and support for the total mission of The United Methodist Church.

  2. To engage in evangelism by sharing the fullness of the gospel in its personal and social dimensions.

  3. To clarify and speak to the identity and role of the man in contemporary society.

  4. To seek commitment to discipleship.

  5. To study and become familiar with The United Methodist Church, its organization, doctrines, and beliefs.

  6. To cooperate with all units of United Methodist Men in obtaining these objectives through district, conference, jurisdiction, and church-wide goals.

Men seeking membership shall subscribe to the “Purpose” of United Methodist Men and to these personal objectives:

  1. Engage daily in Bible study and prayer.

  2. Bear witness to Christ’s way in daily work and in all personal contacts through words and actions.

  3. Engage in some definite Christian service.

Our hearts, our minds, and our doors are always open.

Meeting place and time

East Point First Mallalieu United Methodist Church
2651 Church Street
East Point, Georgia 30344

Call: 404-761-3183

The United Methodist Men meet on the 3rd Wednesday evening of each month at 6:30 p.m.  The members of our group have a time of devotion and a program designed to help men in the development of their spiritual lives. Our Wednesday evening meetings provide excellent opportunities for fellowship with other men of the church.  To join the EPFM United Methodist Men, one only has to come to the meetings, call one of the UMM officers, or call the church office at 404-761-3183.