Missions
Our missions program provides members and constituents the opportunity to make Christ’s love known to people in the local community, the country, and foreign nations through a number of projects and activities including:

  • Layette Ministry – throughout the year, individuals purchase clothing and other necessities for newborn babies. These are assembled in May and displayed on Mother’s Day, prior to being donated to organizations that assist unwed and indigent mothers.
  • Serving lunch at The Baldwin Center in Pontiac on the fifth Saturday in months that have a fifth Saturday. The Baldwin Center is human services agency that provides over 25 programs for the surrounding neighborhood. We also collect cookies and socks throughout the year to deliver to Baldwin Center.
  • Sharing Cross Ministry – members and constituents donate clothing and food to maintain an as-needed stock that can be given to members of the local community who are in need.
  • United Methodist Committee on Relief – members and constituents donate money that goes for national and international disaster relief.
  • South Oakland Shelter (SOS) - Our church hosts 25 to 30 homeless men, women & children for one week in October. Volunteers are always welcomed to assist in this endeavor.
  • Prayer Shawl Ministry - On the first Monday of the month, volunteers get together at 1:00 PM to knit/crochet prayer shawls.  The shawls are prayed over as they are being made and also blessed in a church service. The shawls are then given to those in need of comfort.
  • Food and Clothing Ministry - Our members donate food on a monthly basis that is given to the Salvation Army for their food programs. Members also donate clean and usable clothing on a regular basis which is given to the Baldwin Center in Pontiac and Cass Community Social Services in Detroit.

Adult Ministries

Adult Spiritual Growth 
Ongoing Bible studies are offered at 10 AM on Thursday mornings throughout the year. 


Our Outreach to the Community
The 4th of July in Clawson is so much fun! and it was such a beautiful day for a parade! We hope our friends and neighbors enjoyed the 450 bottles of cold water we passed out! It was our pleasure to serve you. 


United Methodist Women (UMW)   
The United Methodist Women are a group of women within the church who, through care, fellowship, love & support to each other, engage in various mission projects with emphasis on women, children, the elderly and the disadvantaged - in and outside of the church. Click here for more information. 


Ministries