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Why Connect?

  • Connection was the secret to the power of the early church.
  • Connection helps us grow in our faith.
  • Connection helps spread the Gospel.
  • Connection gives us the strength to be a better witness.
They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. —Acts 2:42

Adult Connections

Adult Bible Fellowships
Many people call them Small Groups, but we call them Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs). ABFs meet on Sunday mornings the same time as the Worship Services. ABFs are designed for you to connect with others in a smaller, more intimate setting.
Armor Bearers led by Jeff Bragg: The Armor Bearers are made up primarily of adults aged 30-50. They meet in the Airplane Room (back) at 9:30am
Pairs and Spares led by Jordan Kilgren: A group of young adults. They meet in the Conference Room at 9:30am
Cross Trainers led by Jeff Cline: Discussion & Bible study for young adults (20s-40s). They meet in the Hospitality Room (front) at 9:30am.
Prayer Warriors led by Judy Caldwell: A group of seniors (age 60+) that focus on prayer. They meet in the Conference Room at 8:15am.
Sharpshooters led by Patty Dailey: A group of all ages that formed out of our most recent Membership class. They meet Hospitality Room (front) at 10:45am.
Vineyard led by Jill and Andrew Doyle: A diverse group of people that study many different things – from books of the Bible to topics relevant to us today. They meet in the Old Cafe at 9:30am.
Visionaries led by Gary Miller: Adults of all ages with a heart for mission and study of God’s Word. They meet in the Hospitality Room (back) at 10:45am.
Women’s Bible Study Wednesdays @ 9:00am or 6:30pm: The women’s bible study is led by Cris Bragg  (

Youth Connections

The group is a place for our youth (grades 7-12) to explore and discover Biblical truths about topics relevant to their lives. Not only do they meet for Bible study and fun, but they also learn about how they can live their faith in the real world. They don’t just talk about it—they get out into the community and serve. They meet in the Cafe (Room 121) on Sundays at 9:30am and 6pm in the Hospitality Room. For more information about the youth and their upcoming activities, check out the Facebook page.  (

Kids Connections

Club 56
Club 56 is a group just for 5th & 6th graders that meet on Sunday at 9:30am in the Stained Glass Room and 6-7:30pm during the school year. They occasionally have a special party or go on an outreach trip.
GAP Kids
GAP Kids is a prayer group for kids K-6th grade who are serious about prayer.
Special Events
We have many special events throughout the year, and we always encourage our kids to invite their friends. These include Vacation Bible School, Easter Egg Hunt, Roller Skating Party, Pool Party, Jingle Jam, and more!

Get Involved!

Please reach out to one of the groups that interests you! We would love to have you and your family join in.



Why Serve?

  • God wants us to know about our spiritual gifts so we can grow.
  • When we serve others, we are fulfilled.
  • When we grow in our faith, others grow too.
  • When others grow, God’s Kingdom grows.
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to SERVE others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. —1 Peter 4:10 What Are Spiritual Gifts?
A spiritual gift is simply a special talent or ability that God has given you. There are many spiritual gifts, and although the list varies depending on how one interprets scripture, all of them are useful for serving others to help further God’s Kingdom.
What are YOUR Spiritual Gifts? At Hanfield, we believe that everyone has at least one spiritual gift, and many have 2, 3, or even more. Do you know what yours are? If not, there are a few ways to find out: Pick up a Spiritual Gifts Inventory at the Welcome Center on Sunday morning at Hanfield, or take an online test (try this one at Once you find out what your spiritual gifts are, start looking for service opportunities at Hanfield that match your gifts.

Opportunities to Serve

There are many opportunities for you to use your spiritual gifts to serve at Hanfield. The following is a brief list. For more information about the opportunities, contact the staff person that oversees the area you are interested in:


Guest Center, Ushers & Greeters, Welcome Center, Serve On Saturday, Mowing Team, Sunday Morning Coffee Team, Congregational Nurses, Food Pantry, Global Missions Team, Local Outreach Team, Funeral Dinners, ABF Teachers, Bible Study Leader, Prayer Ministry, Small Groups, Faith Builder & Curriculum Writing Team, Special Events Team, Short Team Ministries, United Methodist Women.


Vocalists, Instrumentalists, Actors, Sound Board Technician, Stage Prep Artists.


Media Team, Videographers & Photographers, Writers/Editors, Graphic Design, Web Team.

Youth Ministry

There are many ways to plug in with the Hanfield Youth ministry with Jeff. Contact him to find out where you can serve.

Children’s Ministry

Nursery Care, Nursery Cleaning, Preschool Teacher/Storyteller, Preschool Craft Prep, K-4 Teacher or Substitute, Club 56 Leaders, Club 56 Refreshments, Club 56 Special Events, Large Group Teacher, Room Decor, Worship Leader, Check-In Desk, Kids Hope USA Mentor, Kids Hope USA Prayer Partner, Summer Camp Counselor, Summer Camp Transportation, Easter Egg Hunt, VBS (MANY opportunities), Pool Party, Christmas Program.

Get involved!

Find out what your spiritual gifts are.
Find an opportunity that matches your spiritual gifts and contact the staff person over that area to start serving.

Want to Work with Kids or Youth?

Our conference mandated its churches to have in place a screening process for all persons who work with children and youth. This process not only protects the children and youth, but staff and volunteers as well.
Each person who desires involvement with our youth and children must:
-Attend Hanfield regularly for three months before beginning work with children or youth.
-Fill out a Screening Form for Work with Minors and a criminal history release form (only the top part, down to the “Reason for Search” section). In order to keep the information you share confidential, please leave completed forms in the locked dropbox by the church office door.
-Provide 3 personal references (for staff/interns, 5 personal references, including one from each church attended within the past 5 years). Attend a mandatory safety training session. These sessions include information about what to do should a child or youth report that he/she has been abused or molested. Please bring a picture identification (i.e., driver’s license) with you to this training.
-Screening forms and reference & criminal history checks are kept strictly confidential. They are reviewed only by the Safety Team or the Pastor and are kept in a locked area.
If you have any questions about this process, please contact any member of the Safety Team listed below.


Curtis Banker
Senior Pastor
Shirley Saddler
Children’s Ministry Director
Diane Sheron
Business Manager
Sheri Harshman
Administrative Assistant
Contact Us
Sunday Service Times: 9:15 & 11:00am
101 North 400 East Marion, IN, 46952