Through partnering with ministries around the world, our church impact extends far beyond our local region.
We are a congregation that is growing in our understanding and support of God’s mission both close to home and far away. We participate in the holistic mission of the United Methodist Church’s mission agency.
Support of the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR), which is part of the General Board of Global Missions is an ongoing part of our mission efforts. UMCOR provides relief supplies, health kits, flood buckets and volunteer personnel to aid in relief efforts worldwide as well as locally and regionally. Ongoing ministries such as “Imagine No Malaria” and earthquake relief in areas such as Nepal are in constant need of support through the “Advance” ministries. We support both evangelistic effort as well as projects focused on poverty alleviation and social justice.
Come grow with us as we participate in God’s mission together!
Special Mission Sundays
Churchwide Special Sundays with offerings enable United Methodists to offer refuge in times of disaster, promote peace and justice, provide scholarships and student loans, reach out to the community, teach skills to encourage self-sufficiency and share the love of Jesus Christ with God's people everywhere.
Human Relations Day (Sunday before the national observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday) strengthens United Methodist outreach to communities in the United States and Puerto Rico, encouraging social justice and work with at-risk youth.
UMCOR Sunday (fourth Sunday in Lent) Previously known as One Great Hour Of Sharing, this Sunday enables the United Methodist Committee on Relief to reach out through worldwide ministries of food, shelter, health and peace.
Native American Ministries Sunday (third Sunday of Easter) nurtures mission with Native Americans and provides scholarships for United Methodist Native American seminarians.
Peace With Justice Sunday (first Sunday after Pentecost) enables The United Methodist Church to have a voice in advocating for peace and justice through a broad spectrum of global programs.
World Communion Sunday (first Sunday of October) provides scholarships for U.S. racial- and ethnic-minority students and international students, on both undergraduate and graduate levels.
United Methodist Student Day (last Sunday of November) furnishes scholarships and loans for students attending United Methodist-related and other accredited colleges and universities.
Early Response Teams
MHUMC member Larry Johnson serves as a regional co-coordinator for Oregon-Idaho conference early response teams. These teams of trained volunteers journey to areas affected by disaster to do initial assessment and assist with early clean up efforts.