In addition to regular Sunday Worship Service at 10:00 am, special services are scheduled throughout the year and include Maundy Thursday and Christmas Eve services. In addition, Jamieson participates in community ecumenical Advent and Lenten Services, Thanksgiving Service, Palm Sunday Procession, Easter Sunrise Service.
PRAYER MINISTRY is an opportunity for Jamieson members to practice their faith in their daily lives. As disciples of Christ, we want to nurture and support each other and our Church. There are many ways for us to show our love for one another, but Intercessory Prayer—praying on behalf of others—is one of the most powerful. Individuals who volunteer for this ministry receive prayer requests for persons who are a part of or connected to the Jamieson Family and for upcoming church events and projects. Team members commit to pray on behalf of these brothers and sisters in Christ and our church services and activities. Jesus is our model for intercessory prayer. He was an intercessor while He was here on earth. He prayed for the sick and for His disciples, and He even prayed for us when He interceded for all those who would come to believe in Him. What a privilege it is to come to the throne of God Almighty with our prayers for others and for our church. There is a Prayer Request tab on this website to submit your requests to the Prayer Team. For information about monthly prayer meetings, prayer groups, and soaking prayer opportunities, contact Elaine Senz, 434-374-2649, email@example.com
The Clarksville Prayer Box Ministry, an interdenomination group of women in the community, are providing prayer boxes at Meadowview Terrace Nursing Home, the YMCA Complex and the Clarksville Town Office. The prayer boxes will be at the locations by the first week in November. Th;e Clarksville Police station has also approved having a prayer box at the station and will be operational as soon as another prayer box is made ready.With each public prayer box, there will be blank forms for people to use to submit their praises and concerns. The boxes will be collected weekly and prayed over by the Community Prayer Team. People will be able to choose to have only the team pray for the request or it can be shared with local congregations. Our community needs are important to us and more importantly to GOD. If you would like to become a member of this Prayer Ministry, please contact Elaine Senz at 434-374-26
Sunday School classes are offered at 9:00 am each Sunday for children, youth, and adults. Weekly Bible studies are held on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm and Wednesdays at 1:00 pm.
Coffee fellowship is enjoyed by the entire congregation each Sunday following the 10:00 am worship service. A regular schedule of fellowship dinners and potlucks is planned for members and friends, usually based on a theme, with an annual all-Church picnic held in the late summer.
Under the direction of Susan Dalton, the Choir sings each Sunday during the 10:00 am Worship Service with practices each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary. The Handbell Choir practices each Monday at 7:00 pm under the direction of Lori Puryear and performs at scheduled services throughout the year. An annual Christmas cantata is a special event each December. Our praise music group, One A-Chord, offers music during Sunday Worship, at Meadowview Terrace, and at other community events in cooperation with Clarksville Presbyterian.
United Methodist Women
The United Methodist Women have an active schedule of educational events, service opportunities, reading and sharing -- all in support of the UMW Purpose: “…a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.” Mission projects include preparation of health and school kits for the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), support of All Gods Children Camps, Angel Tree Christmas program, Society of St. Andrew, Madeleine’s House, Stop Hunger Now, the Clarksville Food Pantry, and Backpack Buddies and Book Harvest at Clarksville Elementary. In addition, the two Circles provide assistance for local needy families, shut-ins, college students, and the youth mission trip.
Two active Circles are an important part of our ministry to women:
- New Beginnings Circle – meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 10:00 am
- Jeanne Hinson Circle – meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm
Jamieson Men's Group
The United Methodist Men meet on the second Sunday of each month at 8:00 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall for a business meeting and breakfast. There is usually a speaker to present topics that are of interest. The UMM are active at Jamieson and beyond by providing carpentry and maintenance skills to members of the community and supporting the efforts of various community organizations.
Each week, the congregation is invited to place $1.00 bills in the offering plate for designated missions. In addition, the church provides financial support for United Methodist Global and National Mission Programs, Water for the Oppressed, and the Heifer Project, including serving in a Covenant Relationship with a missionary, Clara Biswas, in Cambodia. Occasional mission trips to Red Bird Mission in Kentucky and other areas are organized. Numerous opportunities for local service are scheduled throughout the year and include the Food Pantry, Community Garden, Backpack Buddies, Lunch Buddies, and many more.
Next Gen Ministry for Children and Youth
Nancy Riddel is the Director of Next Gen Ministries and is developing a full program for our children and youth. Youth from Jamieson Memorial UMC and Clarksville Presbyterian Church, meet together for Bible study, community service, and recreational activities. The youth meetings are Sunday evenings and rotate monthly between the two churches.