As part of our 2022 emphasis on Seeking Jesus and Serving Others, we are beginning a new concept called Mission of the Month. Each month we will lift up and highlight one of the ways our church is in mission in the community, country, and around the world.

As we continue to move into 2022, this is one way that we can refocus and commit ourselves to Seek Jesus and Serve Others.


January 9, 2022 –  Mike Norcom speaks on Pastor Simon Ernyi of Nigeria.

If you were in worship this past Sunday, you saw our first video in this new series. Our own Mike Norcom updated us on the great work done by Pastor Simon Ernyi in Nigeria. Watch the video on how Pastor Simon is bringing faith, hope, and clean water to the people of Nigeria.

Pastor Simon is one of our missionaries that we support in our annual church budget. Your weekly giving supports his ministry and empowers him to do Kingdom work in Nigeria on your behalf. In addition to financial support, your prayers for safety and for a more secure supply of food to Pastor Simon’s community are much needed.

February 13, 2022 – Emily Bearden Prayer Shawl Ministry

This week, we will share in worship a wonderful video highlight focusing on the work of the Emily Bearden Prayer Shawl ministry. The work of this group was born out of the grief of loss. It is an amazing testimony to the healing power of Good Grief. You will be blessed by this mission moment.

​As we continue to move into 2022, this is one way that we can refocus and commit ourselves to Seek Jesus and Serve Others.


March 6, 2022 – The Billy Brumfield Shelter

The Billy Brumfield Shelter, a shelter for up to 60 men a night, provides three services. It serves as an emergency shelter for homeless men, offering safe shelter, clean showers, nutritious food, and a supportive community. It also offers a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, supoorted by AA meetings, group and individual counseling, employment requirements, and a savings program. Finally, for men with medical disabilities, it provides support and a stable place to live as they navigate state and federal requirements to receive benefits and permanent housing.

To learn more about this missional opportunity visit:
Billy Brumfield Website

April 10, 2022 – Hard Places Community

Alli Mellon, who started an overseas ministry, brings a message to First Methodist of Clinton about the urgent needs of the “Hard Places”. She and her fellow workers are bringing the gospel to areas where traditional missionaries are not welcome. In that world, children are sold into slavery and the police are often corrupt.

Hard Places Community Website

May 8, 2022 – Methodist Children’s Home


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