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Learn About Our Ministries

As a loving member of Milford United Methodist Church, you will soon experience the power of healing through service. Our ministries offer different opportunities for members to give back to the community in honor of Our Savior, who sacrificed so much for us. Milford United Methodist Church has a ministry fit for you, whatever your age and stage of life. Read on to find out more!

Woman with Bible

Bible Study

Yoga at Home

Women's Ministry

Faith Development Programs

Men's Ministry

Shaping Your Faith

Since 2000, Milford United Methodist Church has provided the community with all the tools, wisdom, and resources they need to keep them grounded. Our Bible Study was established with an aim to offer congregants the chance to give back to the community. Each of our ministries is as strong as a family and bring congregants closer together.

Women's Ministry

The women's ministry meets the first Monday of each month (apart from July and August). At each meeting there is a theme incorporating devotions, crafts, mission work, refreshments and fun! All women are welcome to Join us the first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Church. New members are always welcome!

Men's Ministry

At Milford United Methodist Church, we offer congregants of all ages a chance to give back by joining our wide range of ministries. Our Faith Development Programs allows current members or newcomers to be involved with our ongoing mission of spreading the teachings of Jesus Christ to our ever-growing community. Giving back is ingrained into our philosophy and it’s at the root of our very being.

Volunteers at Food Bank

Food Bank

Food Bank

Join our Spiritual Counseling ministry to discover how the work of Milford United Methodist Church affects the community and the world at large! With our Spiritual Counseling in place, congregants have the chance to participate in a variety of innovative service missions. Joining a ministry is a perfect opportunity for you to get closer to other members of our congregation, and of course to honor the sacrifices and teachings of the Lord.

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