Rooted

IN CHRIST.

Growing

IN CHRIST.

Bearing fruit

FOR CHRIST.




FACE COVERING POLICY

CLICK HERE to view our most recent policy (effective 8/20/2021)

pumpkin patch 2021

We will celebrate the 43rd anniversary of the

Maple Springs Pumpkin Patch this fall! 


Our Pumpkin Patch will open on Monday, October 4.


Pumpkin Patch Hours  

Monday - Friday from 3:00-7:00pm

Saturday and Sunday from 12:00-7:00pm


100% of our proceeds goes to support the mission projects

at Maple Springs!


Please join us for our Pumpkin Patch Palooza

on Sunday, October 10, from 2:00-4:00pm!   

Click the link at the bottom of this page for more information.



SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES

Contemporary Worship at 8:45am in Craven Hall

Traditional Worship at 11:00am in the Sanctuary
Contact:  Pastor Dan Lyons


ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
Maple Springs has a variety of Adult Sunday School classes.

CLICK HERE for descriptions of our classes.

Contact:  Erin Moses


FOOD PANTRY

Our Food Pantry operates on Tuesdays from 9:00-11:00am and from 1:00-3:00pm 

and Wednesdays from 9:00-11:00am.
The Food Pantry has returned to inside the building.  

Patrons need to park in one of the numbered parking spaces marked with a blue sign.  

Scott will come to your car and let you know when you may enter the Food Pantry to shop.
First time patrons need to bring a photo ID and a proof of address (such as a utility bill). 
Qualifying patrons may visit our Food Pantry once a month. 
Contact:  Scott Andree Bowen


CHILDREN'S MINISTRY

Children’s Ministry includes children birth through 5th grade and their families!

We meet on Sunday afternoons from 4:00-5:30 for a time of faith development and music

as well as for Sunday School at 9:55am on Sunday mornings.

We engage families in missions to support our community.  We hope you’ll join us!  
Contact:  Mary Taylor Setliff


YOUTH MINISTRY

Our Youth Sunday School class meets in the Youth Room at 9:55am on Sunday mornings.  Beginning August 22, "Sunday Afternoon Youth" will meet in the Youth Room from 3:00-5:00pm for fellowship, games, and Bible Study.  "Sunday Afternoon Youth" is open to all youth in grades 6-12.  On September 8, our Senior High Youth (grades 9-12) will begin meeting each Wednesday from 6:00-7:30pm for

"Senior High Check-in" at Panera Bread on Reynolda Road,

CLICK HERE for a class description.

Contact:  Scott Andree Bowen


ADULT WOMEN'S MINISTRY

Women’s Bible Study was formed for the purpose of bringing Christ and His Word into the lives of women so that they can glorify God.  We seek to do this through Small Group Discussion, Personal Bible Study, and Prayer. 

It is open to women of all ages, backgrounds, and congregations. 

Women’s Bible Studies begin and end at different times throughout the year.  We have morning and evening opportunities available.  Studies run 6-13 weeks, depending on the topics.  Women’s Bible Study is a safe place to form wonderful relationships and at the same time, grow in your relationship with God as you study His Word.

 Contact:  SueEllen Thomas or Beth Kline


ADULT MEN’S MINISTRY
Monday Night Men is an informal group of men that meets every Monday from 7:00-8:00pm to discuss

how God played a positive role in their life over the past week. 
Men Eating and Talking (M.E.A.T.) meets the 4th Saturday of the month for breakfast at 8:30am and the 5th Monday of the month for dinner at 6:00pm to share the importance of being an active Christian in the lives of their family and the church family as a whole.
Contact: Mike Campbell


SENIOR ADULTS MINISTRY
Maple Springers Monthly Luncheon
Maple Springers is our monthly luncheon for senior adults of all ages.  Come fellowship with us over a delicious sit-down lunch and enjoy a lively program. The cost of the lunch is $5. We meet every fourth Thursday (except for November and December when we meet the third Thursday) from 11:45am-1:00pm in Craven Fellowship Hall.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Contact:  Jill Gordon


CREATION CARE MINISTRY

The Creation Care Ministry at Maple Springs is about growing an attitude of caring for God’s awesome Creation, and then translating that attitude of caring into intentional acts of caring and justice. Through these acts, we are witnessing our love of God to others – showing in a very visible way that we value what God gave us, enough to take care of it! Click here to learn more about the theology of creation care, view significant UMC positional support, and see additional related resources. 

Contact: Kim Richmond





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