10:30am - 11:00am
10:30am - 11:00am
If you are looking to meet and socialize with other young(ish) adults, meet for coffee and donuts each week after worship.
No time commitment.
Just an opportunity to meet, talk and connect with others!
Casual, engaging and collaborative.
Have a question for the pastor? Ask it! During the service! We will take time to worship the Lord, hear teaching on His word, and discuss the same scriptures and themes being preached Sunday morning.
Learn more at … www.NoblesvilleFirst.com/ThursdayWorship
8:00am - 12:00pm
Teter Organic Farm is an outreach ministry of Noblesville First United Methodist Church. The farm grows over 30 varieties of fresh produce on three acres northeast of Noblesville.
Because we believe everyone deserves to eat healthy food, we grow exempt organic produce for local food pantries, food banks and feeding programs. Teter Farm also grows sustainably-grown produce for a 25-member Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and the Noblesville Farmers' Market.
Visit us at the market Saturday mornings at Federal Hill Commons in Noblesville, 8am to noon, beginning May 6!
Learn more about the farm at ... www.TeterOrganicFarm.com or contact our Farm Manager Jonah Tabb at 317-318-3169.
5:00pm - 8:00pm
The Young(ish) Adults are hosting a summer evening of fun at Teter Organic Farm!
This family friendly event will take place on Saturday, June 3 from 5-8pm. We'll work on a small farm project, play kick ball, eat pizza and have a camp fire with s'mores. Drinks will be provided.
Please RSVP to Sarah Gaspary at moc.l1495995533iamg@1495995533yraps1495995533agbs1495995533.
9:30am - 11:30am
Carol Miller, Phyllis Hunter and Pastor Dick will be facilitating a new Summer Study! The study will be entitled “Discovering God’s Vision For Your Life: You and Your Spritual Gifts.”
This Spiritual Gifts Inventory will offer an interesting journey in discovering how God might be calling us to serve ...
This is an eight-week study will meet on Mondays from 9:30-11:30am in the Parlor, beginning on June 5 and concluding on July 31. Study books are $15.
Contact Carol Miller moc.t1495995533srife1495995533llivs1495995533elbon1495995533@rell1495995533imc1495995533 or Pastor Dick Judson moc.t1495995533srife1495995533llivs1495995533elbon1495995533@nosd1495995533ujd1495995533 or call the church office 317-773-2500.
For the second year, Noblesville First will be serving lunches to school age children (K-12th grade) who might otherwise not have a healthy lunch will school isn’t in session.
Each Monday at noon, from June 5 thru July 24, any child who stops by Wesley Hall (enter Door #7) will receive a hot lunch and be able to pack four brown bag lunches for the rest of the week!
Want to help this ministry? We’re accepting donations of ...
All items can be dropped off in the church office.
Questions? Contact Faith Richman at 317-773-2500 or email moc.t1495995533sriFe1495995533llivs1495995533elboN1495995533@namh1495995533cirf1495995533
3:00pm - 7:00pm
Give the gift of life by donating blood at the spring Blood Drive
on Monday, June 5 from 3-7pm in Wesley Hall!
Giving couldn't be easier at the Noblesville First Blood Drive!
Click here to schedule your appointment. Drop-ins also welcome.
“Thoughts on the Rocks” gives men an opportunity to connect over dinner, conversation and sports. The group meets the second Thursday of each month.
The dinner entree is provided. Bring a side dish and a friend the second Thursday of each month at 6pm at South Harbour Clubhouse, 1156 S. Harbour Drive in Noblesville.
Contact Joe Grecu ten.l1495995533abolg1495995533cbs@u1495995533cerge1495995533oj1495995533 or
Pastor Dick Judson moc.t1495995533srife1495995533llivs1495995533elbon1495995533@nosd1495995533ujd1495995533
5:00pm - 8:00pm
PULLED PORK DINNER
Friday, June 9, 5-8pm
in Celebration Hall
-- Generous portion on or off the bun
-- Baked Beans, Chips, Cole Slaw, Corn, Applesauce, Green Beans
Dessert & Drink
$5 Kids (10 & under)
$40 Family max
$3 Double the meat
Carry out available!
6:30pm - 8:30pm
The group meets 1st and 3rd Friday of each month, 6:30-8:30pm, for 13 sessions, beginning February 3.
Free childcare for children birth through grade four.
As a single parent, you know there aren't many people who truly understand the unique challenges you face. You deeply desire to do what's best for your kids, and you worry that you aren't.
Single and Parenting is a special group that will bring hope to your life. You’ll discover how to deal with your worries and day-to-day struggles. You’ll meet other single parents to learn and discuss some amazing parenting strategies and hope-filled insights.
The course workbook assists you with note-taking, journaling and study. A one-time $20 registration fee is appreciated. Scholarships available.
Learn more about the Single & Parenting curriculum at www.SingleAndParenting.org
Questions? Contact Carol Miller moc.t1495995533srife1495995533llivs1495995533elbon1495995533@rell1495995533imc1495995533 or 317-773-2500.