Thursday, April 20, 2017

Attention Junior and Senior High Teens and their Families:
Find out more about Fairmount Teen Camp at
Check out their camp event pages on FB -
JrHi ( ) and
SrHi ( )

FairmountCamp2017 from Level 13 Church on Vimeo.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Hanfield is pleased to welcome Rev. Jeff Brady as our new Student Ministries Director. Jeff and his wife, Heather, have been married for 11 years. They have a married daughter, Kaitlyn (Trenton) Horn and a 10-year-old son, Jakob. Jeff has been a youth pastor for nearly 11 years and earned his Master of Divinity from Wesley Seminary and was ordained in 2016 in The Wesleyan Church. In his spare time, Jeff loves reading, spending time with his family, and playing PS4 with Jakob. 

Heather is a Doctor of Nursing Practice and Professor in the School of Nursing at Indiana Wesleyan University. She mentors young women and leads a small group for some of her nursing students. Her favorite place to hang out is a quiet night at home unless a trip to the beach is possible. 

Jakob is a fifth grader currently attending Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School and loves Minecraft, hanging out with Papa, and learning to fish with Mama.

They are very excited to join the Hanfield family, and we are excited to see him use his gifts and calling with our youth. Be sure and say, “Hello!". Jeff will be getting settled in the office, but loves getting together for coffee and conversation, as he puts it, “as we go all-in together".

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Thursday, April 13 at 6:00pm
at the Crossroads Campus

(RSVP through the church office)

Friday, April 7, 2017

Taking our prayer to the streets...

We will gather on the north side of the Grant County Courthouse
at 6pm on Sunday, April 9th.  Our plan is to walk through the 
downtown area to pray for our community.

Club 56 and GAP Kids will ride the church bus from the 
Crossroads Campus.  The iLuminate Youth will walk as a
group from the BORN Campus.  Everyone is welcome!

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Open Communion

The Passion Passion from Hanfield UMC on Vimeo.

“Ecumenically, the term ‘open communion’ … means that all of the baptized are welcome to receive,” This distinguishes our invitation from some other Christian denominations that may require additional rites before one is welcome to the table.
“United Methodists do not practice ‘wide open communion,' We are instructed to use the invitation as it appears in our ritual to make clear whom Christ does invite to his table. It is those who ‘love him, earnestly repent of their sin, and seek to be at peace with one another.’ While we serve all who present themselves, not questioning their integrity in response to the invitation, these are actual conditions.”