We meet in the Seekers Classroom next to the Fellowship Hall. Our class is made up of couples and singles of all ages. Our teachers are Jeff Fischer and Dave Hilton, and they use Adult Bible Studies that follow the lectionary. We always have a time for Joys and Concerns, which are raised to God and shared with classmates electronically. We have fun, study, pray, laugh, cry and praise God together. All are welcome!
Open Door Class
We meet in the Open Door Classroom next to the Kitchen. We learn about various topics that interest the class, sometimes focusing on the Upper Room devotional and sometimes doing topical studies. Currently David and Sharon Whitehurst co-lead the class. We'd love to have you join us!
Contact Rev. Betsy Haas at for our current Bible Studies
For more information or to join a group contact
Women’s Ministry Fellowship
We meet monthly but more importantly we are women who are servants of the Lord and actively serve Him with gladness.
Over 30 women are involved in the two circles, and many more women are involved in the various service projects. We continue to support a young girl in the Ryan Epps Home for Children in Haiti, providing funds for her care and education in the school located in the home.
Our ministry activities include an annual Women’s Retreat and multiple scholarship fund-raisers to help give scholarships so that any woman who desires to attend the retreat may do so.
Intercessory Prayer Ministry
Our Prayer ministry includes intercessors that pray in our prayer room daily and intercessors that pray from home. Our Prayer Room is open daily for anyone that would like to use it for prayer.
To submit a prayer request, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do choose to email your request please give the persons name, prayer concern and if it is confidential, and also person who is making the request. Prayers go up and blessings come down.
KHUMC Prayer Shawl Ministry
KHUMC Prayer Shawl Ministry’s is a part of our Intercessory Prayer Ministry. The mission of the shawl ministry is to bring comfort to those that are in need of a reminder of God’s warming love. The person who makes the shawl prays for the person that will receive it. The prayer is for God to wrap his warm love around the person and bring them healing, strength and peace. The person that receives the shawl is told to remember that when the shawl rests on their body they are covered with prayers. The shawl is a reminder that they are never alone! God’s love surrounds them and Jesus,our comforter carries them when they are at their weakest.
KHUMC Prayer Squares
Kitty Hawk UMC Prayer Squares are a part of our Intercessory Prayer Ministry. They are located in the prayer room by the JOY board. Each stitch represents a prayer for the person receiving the square from our Intercessors. Feel free to stop by and take one for anyone you feel needs prayer. If anyone would like to help make the squares please contact Mona Tice e-mail: email@example.com
Kitty Hawk UMC has 21 active Stephen Ministers (SM) and 5 Stephen Leaders. This is exceptional for a program that is only 4 years in the making. As part of the church Pastoral Team, Stephen Ministers provide one to one, lay Christian care, meeting privately with their assigned Care Receiver each week as well as attending Continuing Education and Peer Supervisory Review meetings each month.
Stephen Ministers provide care by listening, supporting, and encouraging, praying, being dependable and trustworthy, and maintaining confidentially in their care giving relationship.
Kitty Hawk UMC Stephen Ministers are: Karen Bacon, DeLana Barkley, Sarah Beacham, John Bennett, Judy Bugyi, Debbie Burgess, Jackson Dixon, Dick McEwan, Jann Gorham, Len Harris, Vance McLemore, Elaine Perkovich, Cindy Reed, Lainie Reed, Jane Ross, Linda Smith, Carol Trotman, Roberta Pfizenmayer, George Viverette, Sharon Whitehurst and Rubert Wilson.
Stephen Leaders are: Lynne Harris, Dave Hilton, Lola Hilton, Frances Hines and Susan Perkins.
To learn more about this ministry, contact Frances Hines at firstname.lastname@example.org.