Small Groups

Our weekly small groups are a place to grow spiritually and go deep in relationships. Everything from Bible studies to quilting to Recovery programs – we want to provide a wide variety of chances to plug in with our faith family. For additional info about any of our programs, give us a call at (512) 451-1741 or send us an email: cumc@austin.rr.com

 

Home Groups

Each week, our church has several opportunities to meet in homes. On Mondays, there are three groups that meet at 7pm to discuss Sunday’s sermon, and on Wednesdays there is a fellowship home group with a meal and conversation. To get connected with these groups, call or email the office for meeting places or to connect with a group leader.

 

Men’s Groups

At 7:30am each Wednesday in our fellowship hall, men from Crestview meet for a devotional, prayer, and of course, food. We invite any men looking for friendship or spiritual growth. We won’t even make you stand up and say anything! Just come on by for some relaxed friendship.

On the last Thursday of each month, our men meet at 6:30pm for dinner. The location changes month-to-month, so call the church office for details about this month’s meeting. This is a special time of friendship and a great opportunity to connect with other men of faith in the community.

 

Women’s Groups

Our United Methodist Women have their monthly meetings at 9:30am on the first Tuesday of each month. This is a great chance to connect with other Christian women from the neighborhood and go deeper in relationship.

 

Book Club

Book Club meets at 10am on the fourth Tuesday of each month. For up-to-date information, contact the church office.

 

Piecemakers

Our Piecemakers quilting group is one of our longest-running fellowship groups! If quilting is your thing, this is the group for you! Meet us at 4pm on Tuesdays in our fellowship hall.

 

Ladies Bridge

Like playing Bridge? Join us for a casual, fun game at 12:30pm on the first Friday of every month in our fellowship hall.

 

Alcoholics Anonymous & Debtors Anonymous

We are committed to making our faith family a safe haven where people from all walks of life and all backgrounds can come as they are. It is with this attitude that we are glad to host meetings for both Alcoholics and Debtors Anonymous. We want our faith community to be free of judgment and condemnation, and these meetings are a way for us to have open doors and open hearts.

Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8:30am each Saturday in room 10.

Debtors Anonymous meets at 5:pm each Saturday in room 10.