The United Methodist Men’s goal is for the men of the church to become friends, bonding in faith and fellowship. Our spiritual journey is an adventure that inspires friends to become followers of Jesus, and followers to become friends. Through outreach projects, men become servant leaders in our church and community. Men of all ages are invited to join. The United Methodist Men meet for breakfast the third Saturday of each month at 8 am from September to May. Contact Pete Finnie at @ 720-635-3955 for additional info or drop an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, we are eager to meet you and welcome you.
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UMM – A Year Of Reading the Bible Program for 2020
Calling all Men...You are invited to join us in a 1 year self-study Bible Reading program for 2020. You can pick up a copy of the program in the Narthex or a PDF version on the Good Shepherd Web Page under the UMM located in the outreach tab. This will be a self-reading program for 2020 and will be our 2020 Bible study that we will touch on at our UMM breakfasts. (This outline and resource is provided by the General Commission of the United Methodist Men)
If you are NOT an UMM Member PLEASE JOIN US! Please contact ANY UMM Member or call Pete Finnie @ 720-635-3955 for additional info or drop an e-mail to email@example.com, we are eager to meet you and welcome you.
The Good Shepherd United Methodist Men have now gone social!
We have launched our Face Book page and have our February Breakfast event posted.
The page can be located at @umm.gsumc.thornton on Face Book or with the below link from you PC https://www.facebook.com/umm.gsumc.thornton/
Or Search for United Methodist Men Thornton.
The page has an interactive e-mail function for people that would have questions about our group and we will have the ability to respond to events that are posted with a Going / Not Going feature.
On a Digital update our own website page can be accessed here if you want to bookmark in your browser.: https://www.shepherdchurch.org/united-methodist-men