HUMC Men gather to encourage and support spiritual growth among each other and to provide necessary manpower to serve the church family. The HUMC Men also serve the community through outreach services on behalf of Highland United Methodist Church.
The Mens Group meets at the church on the first Saturday of each month at 8:00 AM. They enjoy a time of fellowship over breakfast then strive to grow in their relationship with God through various means such as devotional guides, video training, guest speakers, service projects, etc.
Come, be enabled for greater service, experience the social and spiritual support of other men. No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you will be welcomed.
View Men's Fellowship Calendar
For more information call: Vern Rife at 810-632-6846.
The Men's Chorus
GOSPEL IN KHAKIS
"More Than Songs" is a new CD by the HUMC Men's Chorus, GOSPEL IN KHAKIS. It was released in November 2005 and is on sale NOW. Get yours before they're gone. $8 each or 3 for $20.
The Mens Chorus exists primarily to provide spiritually enriching music to support the Pastor's message. Secondarily, we provide programs to retirement communities and other groups as community outreach on behalf of HUMC.
Music is able to communicate to the human spirit in ways that ordinary speech cannot. We believe that the act of singing and listening to music as an act of worship can draw us closer to God.
Would you like to join us?
Come sing to the Lord! Join the Mens Chorus in presenting special music for worship.
Dr. Vern Rife, Director, leads the all male team of gospel singers in practice each Tuesday evening at 8:00 PM.
Highland United Methodist Men's Project
The Boy Scouts of America
The Methodist Men of HUMC sponsor this Scout troop.
This troop meets in the West wing of the Church each Monday at 7:00pm. except for the months of July and August till the 2nd Monday in September.
The Scout Oath
On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country, to obey the Scout Law and to help other people at all times and keep my self physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.
There are presently 31 boys and 4 patrols in the troop and 5 of the boys have reached the Eagle rank. The leaders are planning on doing a lot of camping.
For more information contact Dave Remein at (248) 887-6351