There are several ways to make a connection and be a part of the family. These activities promote fun and fellowship, and are open to anyone!
The adult book study group meets monthly and involves group study and discussion of a book in which the group is interested. Adult book study provides an opportunity for friendship, fun and learning for all who participate. If you would like to get involved, contact us or just show up! Book Club typically meets the 1st Saturday of the month at 10am. Dates and books are listed below. Everyone is welcome to join in!
Lunch Bunch provides an opportunity for fun and fellowship while eating out at a different restaurant on the 3rd Thursday of the month. Check the calendar for the restaurant of the month. If you don’t like to eat out alone, but like to try new or different places, come with us! If you would like to join us, speak with Nancy Vogel or sign up on the Lunch Bunch form at the back of the church so a seat is reserved for you. You are welcome to meet us at the church to carpool or meet us at the restaurant. The carpool from the church leaves at 11am, unless otherwise noted.
Sharon Center UMC offers many opportunities for you to be involved in music. For our worship service, we offer a chancel choir. The adult choir rehearses Thursday evenings from 7pm-8:30pm, September to the end of May. Our choir performs a Christmas Cantata, goes caroling at nursing homes, provides a Good Friday Tenebrae Service, and sings for many other special occasions. We have a great time of fellowship and worship every week we rehearse! Also available is a chance to offer special music for our summer services beginning mid-June to the end of August. Do you sing? Play an instrument? This may be the opportunity for you to become involved! During the summer months we practice to provide a concert for the Sharon Music in the Park Summer Series. This year’s concert is yet to be announced. If You would like to get involved in the adult music program or present special music at the church, please contact the music director, Millie Frambaugh.