Our center is family oriented and carries a responsibility of care that goes well beyond the child and into each child’s family as well. Our prayer is that when you enter the center, you will witness Christ through each and every person who helps shape the children.
Wee Care is committed to providing a loving and positive environment that will instill Christ centered values by embracing the whole child—spiritually, academically, emotionally, socially and physically. It is our goal to teach the truth that each and every person is a child of God and how this plays out in our day to day life.
For more information, check us out at www.WeeCareChildDevelopment.org
Kids are a priority for us at LFM. From infant to 5th grade. Every kid belongs in our Sunday School Program, called Bible Blast Class, starting at 11 on Sunday mornings and our Children’s Church program at 10am, Kid’s Life. Children are dismissed from regular service to “Kid’s Life”, a program designed just for them where they will participate in active and fun ways to learn about God’s story.
“2911” exists to lead our high school and junior high students into a dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ. We provide a high energy atmosphere where teenagers can connect with each other and with God. Students are consistently challenged to live their lives accordance to God’s Word and Way. We accomplish this through experiences such as compelling teaching, the arts, camping, field trips, one-on-one relationships and lots of hands-on experiences. We serve our local community and congregation through projects such as yard work, caring for the less fortunate and maintaining a portion of the US-23 highway. Furthermore, we serve the global community by raising awareness about poverty, supporting a child with a monthly contribution and raising funds for organizations such as World Vision. Our group name comes from Jeremiah 29:11, which reminds us that God has big plans for us. By setting high expectations for our group, we commit ourselves to living our lives God’s way.
Small groups at LFM are communities of believers that do life together. We are all at different places in our journey with Christ, but we all share one goal: Follow Jesus wholeheartedly. We laugh together, cry together, learn together, work together, and pray together.We have a number of small groups here in Linden. Most small groups are open and can be joined at any time. Each group picks its own topic for discussion. Our Small Groups meet from September to May. Meeting during the summer is optional.
If you or your kid(s) enjoy playing sports, we have something to offer for all ages. We have Co-ed Volleyball for 16 years and older, Men’s Open Basketball for 18 years and older Co-ed Softball for 16 years and older, and Upwards Basketball (Boys & Girls Junior and Senior High School). Upwards Cheerleading (K-4) If you are interested in any of these programs, please contact the church office at (810) 735-4564 for more details.
If you or your kid(s) enjoy playing sports, we have something to offer for all ages. We have Co-ed Volleyball for 16 years and older, Men’s Open Basketball for 18 years and older Co-ed Softball for 16 years and older, and Upwards Basketball (Boys & Girls Junior and Senior High School). Upwards Cheerleading (K-5) If you are interested in any of these programs, please contact the church office at (810) 735-4564 for more details.
UPWARD Basketball (Boys & Girls, Grades 7-12). UPWARD Cheerleading (Grades K-5)
If interested in any of these programs, please contact the church office at 810.735.4564 or
Brent Leichty at 517.438.1332 or Mindy Leichty at 517.438.1331 for more details.
Early registration for basketball or cheerleading is $80.00 . After Nov. 11 the cost is $90.
Basketball shorts are optional at $15
Cheerleading mock turtlenecks are optional at $15
Everyone must attend one basketball evaluation or cheerleading orientation:
They will take place at the Linden Free Methodist Church as follows:
Tuesday, Nov. 3, 6:30 pm- 9:00 pm
Thursday, Nov. 5, 6:30 pm-9:00 pm
Wednesday, Nov. 11, 6:30 pm-9:00 pm
Dee Bedell has a passion for those who are trying to gain financial freedom. She has coordinated Financial Peace University classes since 2010 and became a financial counselor through Dave Ramsey’s training in the spring of 2011. With over 30 years in the banking industry, she provides a unique perspective of how finances can play a part in our everyday lives. Dee can help you with your finances via two different avenues of counsel described below:
Financial Peace University: This 9 week class consists of Dave Ramsey providing you with 7 steps to get to financial peace through his DVD series. The class then takes what Dave has said and discusses specifics determined by the class. Dee coordinates this 1.5 to 2 hour class, usually held in the early evenings. Watch for the next class to be scheduled!
Individual Financial Counseling: Struggling with a particular area in your finances? Whether it is properly putting together a budget or talking to creditors, Dee can meet with you confidentially and help you with your specific needs. Just email her at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will contact you with an appointment.
Men’s and Women’s Activities
There are numerous men’s and women’s activities offered here at LFM. This gives you as an individual the opportunity to connect with your church family. If you are interested in these events, please contact the church office at (810) 735-4564.
Grief Share Ministry
If you have any questions about this ministry please contact the church office at (810) 735-4564.
“GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.
GriefShare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life.”