We have a wide variety of adult groups that meet at different times each month. Some meet for breakfast each week, to travel to new places, and others meet to do an act of service for others. In each of these groups, those who participate not only find joy in participating, but they also find joy in new relationships with others. If you have any questions about any of these groups, contact the church office or Rev. Krislyn Durham.
Young at Heart (YAH) is composed of members over the age of 55. It is supported as a part of the Senior Adult Ministry of the church. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month except June and July at 11 a.m. in Jeff Wall Hall. Featured each month is an interesting program along with a delicious meal! The mission of the group is to provide senior men and women with opportunities for fellowship, worship, service and spiritual growth.
Travel Buddies is a ministry that offers all adults the opportunity to travel together to interesting sites and events. Transportation is provided on church vans. Excursions are publicized well in advance and there is a small charge for each trip. Click here for a current itinerary.
Please Note: Reservations may be made at any time for any event by contacting the church office. All fees should be received in the church office by the deadline listed, and should be paid by CHECK ONLY, made out to “FUMC”, with Travel Buddies noted on the memo line. Checks will not be deposited until the date of the scheduled activity. You may cancel your reservation for any one trip and pick your check up from the church office. Checks for cancelled reservations must be picked up within thirty days of the registration date for the event. After thirty days, no refunds will be made.
This friendly group of men meets every Friday morning at 8 a.m. at the Dipsy Doodle Restaurant, 2331 W. Broad St., Cookeville, for breakfast and fellowship. The group is also active in helping serve in the church and community. New members and visitors are always welcome! For more information, contact Rev. Krislyn Durham.