The United Methodist Men (UMM) is a group which meets every Sunday morning at 8:00am in Good   Shepherd Hall for a Men's Prayer Breakfast. This group is open to all men seeking a better relationship with God. Our mission is to glorify God and to create disciples among men in the church and in the local community.

UMM Outreach Efforts

Monthly UMM Meeting: Once per month, the UMM sponsor's a breakfast, including a speaker.

Hope Alive: The UMM regularly travel to the local Hope Alive facility and assist with any projects/repairs that need to be done. The Hope Alive mission statement: "Hope Alive, Inc. is a nonprofit Christian ministry for homeless women and children with the life-changing love of God. In partnership with the community, we offer a transitional home and support services to empower women and children with Christian values, dignity, and the skills they need to live self-sustaining lives filled with hope and a future."

Habitat For Humanity: The UMM co-sponsors CUMC's participation in the Frederick County United Methodist Habitat Build in Brunswick, Maryland. In addition to raising funds for the project, several UMM members were instrumental in helping with the project.

Boy Scouts (Troop 460): The UMM are proud to continually support Troop 460.  Troop 460 Website 

Beacon House (Frederick Mission): The UMM serves lunches to the needy men and women at the Beacon House.

The Society of St. Andrews Potato Mission: The UMM contributes to, and helps pick up and deliver, potatoes for this Outreach project.

Missions Support: The UMM help support the following:

Kairos -
Children of Zion -
Lutheran Braille Bible -
God's Kitchen -
Mt. Airy NET

On Sunday mornings following the 9:20 and 11:00 a.m. services, please look for a member of Calvary's United Methodist Men in the Narthex who will be accepting donations for the Methodist Cross & Flame made by Oscar Streaker III. All contributions will benefit The Society of St. Andrews' Potato & Produce Project. This ongoing project salvages truck-loads of perfectly edible, but unmarketable potatoes and other produce donated by members of the agricultural community and is then delivered to agencies that serve the poor and help feed those who would otherwise go hungry. Thank you for supporting this effort.

Any questions please contact Bruce Eldridge - or Jason Shipley -