United Methodist Men
is a fellowship of men who attend Keystone United Mehtodist Church and other men who desire to be involved with KUMC and seek to witness Christ as Lord and Savior in our lives and the lives of others. We hold monthly dinner meetings on the 3rd Monday at 5:30pm in the Fellowship Hall, when we fellowship, enjoy a devotional and a short program covering a wide variety of subjects. We help support a number of causes brought to us by members, such as the Boy Scouts and our church youth. Additional ministries include the Log Splitting Ministry and the P.E.T. (personal energy transportation) Mobility Project. For more information please contact William Chiappini.


United Methodist Women

is a community of women whose purpose is to know God and develop a creative, supportive fellowship, to further the missions of the United Methodist Church.  Circle groups meet monthly and all interested ladies are invited to participate.  For additional information, please contact Iris Guy, UMW President.

lake area missions (lam)

Lam is a non-profit, non-denominational, faith based organization that has served the people of the community for the past 20 years.  Their primary mission is to serve as a Food Pantry.  Donated non-perishable food items may be placed in the collection bin in the back of the MMC on Sundays and Wednesdays.  Monetary donations are encouraged on the third Sunday of each month, and envelopes are available at each worship service.  For more information please contact Donna Houghton, or Don McNeal.

 peru mission

The purpose of this mission is to support Sunday school classes and the building of a complete church in the village of Paccha, an indigenous community high in the Andes.
The mission started through KUMC, and the first Sunday school class in Paccha was held on September 23, 2007.  We are supporting a class of about 90 children by sending money for supplies and teachers.  We have held many activities over the years to raise the money to build the Sunday school, now finished and to construct a sanctuary, currently underway.  Other churches in the U.S. and Peru have helped by raising money and providing labor.  The church is named Roca Fuerte (Keystone). A mission team went to Paccha in 2010 and another trip in 2014.  For more information, please contact Marleni Chiappini.

 prayer garden

The Memorial Prayer Garden was established in 1990 to provide a special place for meditation and prayer. The garden also serves to honor loved ones. In 2009 we updated and rededicated the Memorial Prayer Garden to provide the interment of ash remains as well as memorials for persons interred elsewhere. Any KUMC member, or their immediate family member is eligible to participate in the features of the Garden. For more information please contact Juanita Hall.

S.W.I.F.T. A.N.G.E.L.S.

S.W.I.F.T. A.N.G.E.L.S. is a mission oriented group of both working and retired women.  Our missions include providing toiletries bundles for the homeless at St. Francis House, making and stuffing Christmas stockings for teens for Children’s Medical Services, supporting the United Methodist Children’s Home, supporting Puppy Hill Animal Shelter, and making/distributing “prayer hearts” for soldiers and those going through difficult times.  We welcome all women who desire to show God’s love to others in tangible ways.  The group meets the 3rd Saturday, 9am, in MMC room 7.  For more information please contact Priscilla LaBounty.

Treasure Chest/Thrift Store

The “Treasure Chest” is open Wednesday 9:00am-1:00pm and Saturdays 9:00am-12:00 Noon


KUMC Thrift Store exists to meet the needs of the community and to reach out to the less fortunate of the world. Funds are donated to LAM, the Pastor’s Discretionary Fund, The Methodist Children’s Home, to the Jaycees, “Toys for Christmas” program and Community Church’s “Back to School” program. Donations are given to the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, and families affected by catastrophic events.
Tuesday – 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.is our workday

kairos prison ministry

Kairos volunteers serve as God’s instrument through which His love, grace and mercy are expressed to inmate participants in a real and profound way. Participants are encouraged to take responsibility for their life choices and their relations with God and are invited to engage in small accountability groups. Kairos volunteers meet with participants monthly to provide mentoring and guidance through these accountability groups. It is here that Kairos participants begin to replace old ways of thinking with new and learn they are not alone on this journey. If you are interested in helpng with the Kairos Ministry, please contact Ed Starke, or Dale Freeman.


Local Partnership to End Childhood Hunger

We are the “Pack a Sack” people. Local students receive healthy groups of snacks over the weekends and holidays. The children are identified through the elementary and high schools. KUMC members and friends may participate by donating appropriate non-perishable snack items in the collection bin in the back of the MMC, or by making monetary donations using the yellow envelopes at any of the worship services. Also, you may volunteer to help pack the sacks. For more information please contact Suzie Asa, Children’s Director, at 352-473-3829.