Congregational Care at First United Methodist Church of Lawrenceville offers encouragement, practical support and prayer for people in need. Jesus was very clear that we are to care for one another in love. For that reason, FUMC of Lawrenceville offers many ministries to meet the needs - spiritual, emotional, physical and relational - of all those God brings our way.
Below you can read a little about many of our Congregational Care ministries. Click on the available links to learn more about a particular ministry. For more information, feel free to contact the appropriate person, as listed below, or one of our Congregational Care staff members:
, 770-963-0386 ext. 157, and
, ext. 150.
Dave Ramsey - Financial Peace UniversityDuring a series of 13 classes, families learn how to pay off debt, save money and strengthen their financial habits for life. Click here for more information.
Grace ArborA faith-based congregational respite program for older adults with memory impairment. Grace Arbor offers interactive social activities that stimulate and enhance the quality of life of the participants. Click here to learn more, or contact
Health & WholenessThroughout the year, FUMC of Lawrenceville provides health screenings, educational seminars and information on issues related to health and wholeness. The church also offers health-centered events, such as Red Cross blood drives, CPR/First Aid classes and more. To learn more, click here or contact
Kids Crossing Learning CenterKCLC is a non-profit weekday school at FUMC of Lawrenceville. Its mission is to provide quality Christian educational programs for children, infant through elementary age, in a safe and nurturing environment. Click here to visit the website, or call 770-339-7386.
Lawrenceville Co-OpThe Co-Op serves residents of Lawrenceville and Dacula, assisting those in need by providing food and limited emergency financial assistance for utilities and prescription drugs. Click here to learn more.
Lawrenceville Employment Assistance ProgramLEAP's mission is to help those who are unemployed, under-employed or mis-employed find the career that aligns with God's plan for their life. For more information, click here or contact
Prayer MinistryThe Prayer Ministry is composed of people of God who are committed to prayer as a means of supporting the ministries of the church. God calls us all to pray continually - to pray for those who are in trouble or who are ill, devoting ourselves to prayer and searching for the peace that transcends all understanding. There are many ways in which we pray for our church family and friends. Click here for more information.
Relay for LifeAn official outreach of FUMC of Lawrenceville. Relay for Life is the signature event of the American Cancer Society and involves teams of participants from the community that are formed to rally in support of loved ones who are fighting, or have lost the battle with, cancer. Click here for more information, or visit www.gwinnettrelayforlife.org.
Stephen MinistryConfidential one-to-one care, provided for hurting people. Stephen Ministers are specially trained individuals that bring God's love to those who are hurting: those who have lost a job, lost a loved one, gone through a divorce or are battling illness. If you would like more information on how to become a Stephen Minister, or want to request the care of a Stephen Minister, contact
Support GroupsFUMC of Lawrenceville offers many support groups for those who are struggling, whether they are experiencing illness, going through a divorce, suffering from grief, struggling with addiction and more. Click here to learn more and see the list of the current support groups.
FUMC of LawrencevilleLocated: 395 W. Crogan St.Mailing: P.O. Box 2127 Lawrenceville, GA 30046 E:
Service Times Sundays: 8, 9:30 & 11 am
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