February - July

Calendar 2019 

Everyone is Welcome to join!


  • Every 3rd Friday of the Month
    • Woodlandville United Methodist Church continues to provide a delicious meal and serve it at Wilkes Blvd. United Methodist Church the third Friday of every month. It is a wonderful ministry to homeless persons and those with few or no resources. We have served well over 2000 meals and show no signs of stopping. Help use feed others and you will be blessed. If you want to be a part of this, please call the church 573-874-2421.

  • Women's Book Club

    • Wednesday evenings at Marilyn's @ 7:00pm

  • Bible study 
    • New Women's Bible Study has begun, led by Beth Cowgill. On Sunday mornings at the church @ 9:45am

  • Discipleship Bible study 

    • Discipleship Bible Study (weekly) to begin in June 9, 2019 meeting after church most Sundays for 32 lessons.  This is a wonderful, in depth study!  See our Education Chair, Lisa Scott, for more info.  You don’t have to be a member of this church; you can come from another church.  Invite others to come with you! The class will be adaptable and not meet on certain Sundays during vacations, holidays, etc., so don’t let the schedule hamper your desire to attend!

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  • November 17 - DON’T FORGET THE VILLAGE MUSICIANS WILL BE HERE 2 WEEKS FROM TODAY! (Nov. 17 It’s our 3rd Sunday dinner too!  So, what a good day to invite someone to church). If you haven’t heard this gospel group, they sing, play instruments, including dulcimer, and do some light humor…just a very nice bunch of people (their daughter and granddaughters were members here before moving to KC area)
  • November 21 - Women’s Book Club:  Meets Thursday this week@ Marilyn’s  to finish current book.
  • November 23 - Carry in supper for the Coyote Hill houses @ 5:00 p.m.  A sign-up sheet will be going around soon so be figuring what you can donate as well as maybe working.
  • November 30 - There is a boat parade that is held at Glasgow.  It’s quite something to see or at least it always has been.  That evening the Glasgow Church has a chili supper in the KC Hall downtown prior to the parade.  I have a wedding in Jefferson City that evening so will be unable to attend but you might want to come to the parade…and maybe even have supper with the church.  It’s kind of a different event during this time of year.  Dress warm if you do come!!
  • December 4 - Advent Study – Wednesdays beginning Dec. 4 @ church, 7 p.m.
  • December 7 - ADVENT FAMILY NIGHT    @ 6:00 p.m. (meal, crafts, cookie decorating, movie, FUN!)
  • December 8 - Coyote Hill Shopping Spree on Sunday afternoon beginning at 2:00 p.m. Coyote Hill (CH) complex off of Hwy. 124, just past Harrisburg going west.  Martha U. says we will all bring something for a quick lunch and then go directly to CH and begin to set up. We also provide cookies, candy, and punch for the “shoppers” and house parents and their children.
  • December 15 - 3rd Sunday dinner with Christmas Party after worship


We show are support in many ways; through our own community, the neighboring communities, and worldwide communities!

Coyote Hill Dinner


We volunteer once a month.  We are providing a meal for the families at the Coyote Hill location. We provide a good meal and have a great time going it. Join us and be the hands and feet of Christ helping your neighbors.



Personal Energy Transportation (PET) International provides mobility to those in developing countries who cannot walk.


Imagine No Malaria

Nothing But Nets works with UN partners to purchase the nets, transport them to Africa, and distribute them to families. 




Once a year all Methodist church around the US register a service event and volunteer there time to their own local community! 



Our church has been donating to Mozambique Orphanage for many years to better the children's lives. 


Harrisburg Community 


We work very closely with the Harrisburg School District and try to assist them with whatever needs they may have. We also support the Harrisburg community in such ways as; Coyote Hill dinners, community betterment, children's Easter egg hunts, Day of sharing, and we even run games at the annual Septemberfest.

Columbia Community 
  • We also support our neighboring community, Columbia, by participating in local organizations such as the Ramp Up Project (build wheel chair ramps).

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