Stay Connected with a Small Group
Small groups are a vital part of growing as a Christian and developing relationship within the church. We have many small groups that you and your children can join. Join one or join as many as you can!
Please contact the church office at 770-943-1738 for more information on any of these groups.
Sunday School- Classes are offered for all ages beginning at 9:30 on Sunday Mornings.
Choir- Join the Chancel Choir for practices on Wednesdays at 7 and worship each Sunday. The choir also provides special performances at certain times through the year.
Children and Youth- We have monthly activities for Fourth Graders to High School Seniors and beyond. These activities include a Children’s Choir that performs on special occasions during the year, trips to religious retreats, participating in the Church Food Pantry and other local mission programs, and taking part in Sunday Service. All members, parents, and youth are encouraged to visit the Hiram youth Facebook page and the Hiram kids Facebook page for all of the latest news and information.
Sisters in Christ Bible Study- A special Bible study for the women of the church. This group meets at the church every Tuesday at 11 am. A variety of topics are covered throughout the year.
Pastor’s Brown Bag Bible Study- This is an open Bible study, conducted by the Pastor, and meets every Wednesday from 11 am to 1 pm. The topics vary each week and are focused on the upcoming Sunday sermon.
United Methodist Men- Open to all men of the church, the UMM has their monthly meeting and fellowship breakfast the 2nd Sunday of each month at 8 am in the Fellowship Hall. The UMM also participates in a variety of mission events and fundraisers throughout the year.
United Methodist Women- Open to all women of the church, the UMW meets the 1st Monday of the Month in the Fellowship Hall. The UMW participates in a variety of mission projects and fundraisers throughout the year.
Home Bible Study- This in-home bible study is open to everyone and is conducted by the church’s Lay Leadership.