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Steppin' Up to Help
The ladies of the United Methodist Women's (UMW) Lydia Circle are hosting the Steppin' Up to Help line dancing fundraiser. A free will offering will be collected which will benefit the Chimbanda Scholarship Fund. All are welcome! No experience necessary. Come join the fun and learn some new steps.
Noblesville First Kids Team Gathering
It is time for our next Noblesville First Kids Team Gathering! We are going to gather to discuss what we would like to include in our kid’s programming during the holiday season. This is a great opportunity for people who are interested in serving our kids! You can get a feel for the team, ask questions, and see if this is a ministry that you might like to participate in.
Blood Drive at the church
Daxton LaRue was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2016 at just 5 years old. Throughout his treatment, Daxton received 35 blood and 40 platelet transfusions. Make a difference in the life of someone like Daxton by donating blood on Monday, October 3 ...
THE BIG PICTURE bible study
Connect the dots of triumph and trauma in your life to discover God’s presence by studying the story of Joseph in Genesis. Join in a five-week study on the book she and her husband Jevon co-authored, offered at two times ...
Hamilton County 5K for Food Security
The Hamilton County 5K for Food Security is Saturday, October 8 at 9AM at Dillon Park with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Teter!
The United Methodist Women's Rummage Sale is coming soon! Start collecting your donations now and mark your calendar for shopping days. Want to donate items now? There's storage available! All proceeds benefit the United Methodist Women and their ministries that benefit women, men, children and ...
Gift Card Fundraiser
Get your Christmas shopping done early and help fund help raise money for our Student and Family Ministries! The fundraiser helps support many areas of these ministries, such as youth mission trips, youth outings, family and youth community outreach projects, and family and youth curriculum materials.
Faith Moves exercise class
Regardless of your current level of physical fitness or challenges, you are wonderful in His eyes! The weekly Faith Moves exercise class is a FREE Christ-centered fitness program which offers the opportunity to become more fit using stretching, relaxing, and restorative fitness movements and poses.
Alzheimer's Caregivers Support Group
The Alzheimer's Caregivers Support Group meets the first Thursday of every month and gives caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer's and dementia a time to share what's on their hearts and gather helpful information.
Noblesville First Moms
Mom life is not easy, and sometimes you just need to take a break and have coffee, snacks, and adult conversation. Noblesville First Moms has reconvened for the school year and meets at the church every Wednesday ...
Holy Land trip next year!
Join Pastor Jill Moffett and incoming Pastor Nicole Caldwell-Gross for 10 days in The Holy Land, April 18-27. The trip will feature all the major sites, such as the Sea of Galilee, Mt. of Beatitudes, Jordan River, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Jerusalem, and more ...
Humanitarian response in Ukraine
The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is offering humanitarian aid to our brothers and sisters in Ukraine. Learn more about the relief effort and ways to give ...
There are several different ways in which you can engage in and participate in and become a prayer warrior at Noblesville First. We're all in this together and everyone is welcome to join in any one of those means by which we pray for one another.
Here to help
Have a question about worship opportunities or a ministry you'd like to get involved with? Whether you're ready to make a big leap or a baby step, the pastors and staff are committed to meeting you where you are. Reach out to Hospitality Coordinator Pam Caplinger or call the church office at 317-773-2500.