The Methodist Men of First United and Wesley Chapel United Methodist Churches presented Christmas gifts for the children of men incarcerated in the parish jail this holiday season. The Men’s’ group wrapped presents and stuffed stockings for 28 children.
On Monday morning, Warden Joey Wiggins and trustees Kelvin Demery and Jonathan Beaner joined the Methodist Men for breakfast. They left with the back of their SUV stuffed with holiday presents.
The church pastor is Curtis Carroll (in the black sport coat) was joined by Floyd Phillips, Dickie Milner, David Coffee, Jim Bethard, Tom Jones, Diane Jackson, Archie Worsham, and the youngest member Travis Bell. Your reporter flipped the pancakes, took the pictures, and stayed out of the way.
The Methodist Men meet for breakfast at 6:30 am on the last Monday of every month at First United Methodist church on Front Street. Throughout the year the group takes on various projects to benefit our parish. All men in the community are invited to join the food, fellowship and community service.