Lewisburg United Methodist Church offers Sunday School
classes for all ages!
Classes are held from 10:00am -10:45am. A nursery is
Wesley Sunday School Class is primarily
middle aged adults in their 50’s and 60’s and energetic
70's. They are a very active class that rotates teachers and
subject matter throughout the year. They always have
breakfast and a great discussion.
The Singles Sunday
School Class, known as PALS (People Alone Living
study, fellowship and breakfast together as well as many
social activities throughout the year. Leader for this
class is Bev Engle. Class is mostly fifty/sixty somethings
and meets in the church parlor at 10:00am.
The Christian Home Studies
Sunday School Class is
composed of mature adults. This class focuses strongly upon
the care of others. They visit homebound persons and those
in nursing homes. Many folks receive cards from this class
and they give special care to those who need some
extra attention around the holidays. This class rotates
teachers and is a large, active class.
The Willing Workers Sunday
School Class is
attended by a group of mature women who rotate leadership
throughout the year.
*Greeters and Ushers are happy
to help you find a Sunday School Class.
United Methodist Women
The United Methodist Women is a community of women whose
purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as a whole
persons through Jesus Christ, to develop a creative,
supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of mission
through participation in the Global Ministries of the
Church. Membership shall be open to any woman who indicates
her desire to become and participate in the Global Mission
of the Church through the United Methodist Women.
The official emblem for the United Methodist Women combines
the cross and a flame. The cross and flame are ancient
symbols of Christ and Pentecost. The shape of the emblem is
fluid and free flowing, suggesting change and mobility. “…I
now remind you to stir into flame the gift of God which is
within you.” (II Timothy 1:6)
Our heritage is one of sacrifice, witness and service. The
emblem serves as a continuing reminder of both opportunity
At Lewisburg United Methodist Church there are seven (7)
circles of United Methodist Women. They are:
Circle I meets at 1:30 P.M. in the Asbury Room
of Lewisburg United Methodist on the first Thursday of each
Circle II meets at 1:30 P.M. in the Willing
Workers Class Room of Lewisburg United Methodist Church on
the first Thursday of each month.
Circle III- FLAME (Friends Laughter Advice Methodist
Enthusiasm) meets at 6:30 P.M. at Individual homes on
the third Tuesday of each month.
Circle IV- SIS (Sisters In Spirit) meets at 6:30
P.M. at individual homes on the third Thursday of each
Circle V meets
at 10:00 A.M. in the church parlor of the Lewisburg United
Methodist Church on the first Wednesday of each month.
Circle VI- GIFT (Growing In Faith Together) meets
at 6:30 P.M. at individual homes on the fourth Tuesday of
E-Circle (electronic circle) meets as needed
through e-mail correspondence.
On the 4th Thursday of each month
there is a General Meeting of the United Methodist Women at
12:00 noon, at which time there is a covered-dish
luncheon. 45 minutes prior to the General Meeting there will
be an Executive Meeting which will be held in the Willing
Workers Class Room (except for the months of June, July and
Each circle of United Methodist Women has a duty each month,
whether it is the program, being hostess at the General
Meeting or cleaning up after the General Meeting. Also each
circle is responsible for Women-in-the pulpit Sunday, the
annual Bazaar, Senior Recognition Day and also helping with
UMW missions include supporting the Greenbrier
Youth Camp, Family Refuge Center, Penny Pitch, Greenbrier
East and West Project Graduations, United Way, Shepherd's
Noise After School Program, Habitat for
Humanity, Snack-in-Packs weekend
lunch program, and Child Advocacy. In addition to giving to
the community, the UMW also contributes to the WV Conference
UMW Missions, Dorothy Lee Fund, World Thank Offering, Candle
Burning, Brighter Future/Child and Youth, and many more. The
UMW circles also prepare meals for bereaved families,
anniversary celebrations, and farewell and welcoming
The Lewisburg United Methodist Women (UMW) chapter is
connected to the West
Virginia Annual Conference United Methodist Women,
as well as the global United
EACH AND EVERY WOMAN IN THE CHURCH IS INVITED TO
ATTEND ONE THE CIRCLES AT ANY TIME. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF
CALL THE CHURCH OFFICE AT 304-645-2727.
For additional information you may contact the church
office at 304-645-2727.
United Methodist Men
The LUMC Methodist Men meet monthly on the second
Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. They enjoy
good food, fellowship and song.
The United Methodist Men worked with Wellspring to build a
wheelchair accessible ramp for a disabled person in White
Sulphur Springs and for a community church there. Later they
helped Wellspring with building renovation/repair at
Quinwood, which is used as an overnight shelter for men.
As a group, they removed vines that had almost completely
covered the west side of the older part of LUMC. They have
aided the LUMC women in procuring and installing stainless
steel covers for two kitchen work tables. They also
sponsored two pancake meals for the church and the church
bazaar, where they also sold crafts.
Their impact upon other males in and out of church is one of
their major missions, and they will continue to offer this
Christian fellowship to all who seek to know Christ in their
The Lewisburg United Methodist Men (UMM) chapter is
connected to the West Virginia Annual Conference United Methodist Men,
as well as the global United Methodist Men.