Weekly Events

Fusion Youth Group
This small group atmosphere is a time for students to make new friends, enjoy time with old ones, and most importantly to grow in love for and devotion to Jesus Christ. All 6th-12th graders are encouraged to contact Tony Klepinger, Director of Youth Ministries at youthdir@southwhitleyumc.com to learn more about our Fusion Group. The group typically meets on Sunday evenings at 6:00pm. Click here for schedule.
 
Fusion Sundays [10:00am]
This is your weekly opportunity to dig deeper into God’s Word, connect with fellow believers, pray for each other, and get refreshed as you start your week. Grab some complimentary breakfast snacks and join us for a time to talk and pray together in a small group environment.
 
Sunday Worship Services [9:00am]
The whole family is invited and encouraged to attend SWUMC’s Sunday morning Worship Services. Each week we engage in worship through music, prayer, and studying of God’s Word. Hope to see you there!

Special Events

We do service ministries such as adopting a family in need at Christmas, raking leaves for those who are unable to, can food collection for the food pantry, and more.
 
We regularly plan exciting events such as Laser Tag, Movie Nights, and Spiritual Retreats! Invite your friends!

Summer Camp – Impact 2818

Camp Adventure
Middle School Camp – Grades 6-8
Camp Adventure’s Impact Camps provide a classic camp experience, featuring action packed adventures including swimming, blobbing, paintball, and High Ropes. Most importantly, there is a deep focus on Christ through an amazing spiritual program including small groups, modern worship and opportunities to ask the tough questions about God.
 
That Thing at Epworth Forest
High School Camp Grades 9-13 (current graduates)
That Thing is a summer conference for high school students to come together in pursuit of Christ overwhelming themselves and their communities. This is not spring break with a little bit of Christ sprinkled in but it’s not bible boot camp either. That Thing finds the place in the middle. It engages students into a deep pursuit of the heartbeat of our Creator as they pursue reconciliation, justice, and discipleship through small groups, corporate worship, and personal devotion encounters. Fun activities like camp wide games, the waterfront, and crate climbing, help to foster community and play. Through activities like paintball and the giant swing, students engage character discussions on honesty, integrity, and encouragement. Through it all though, is a central focus on the message and hope of Christ being lived out through each person at camp, so that they can learn how to live it out beyond camp.
 
Note:
Camp Adventure and That Thing are the 2 closest camps to SWUMC. However, there are several other camps offered in Indiana. To check them out, click on the following link: http://impact2818.org/camps/youth/