Myers Park United Methodist Church enjoys fruitful school partnerships with our neighbors at CMS and beyond. We welcome you to explore the opportunities below and consider sharing your time, talents, prayers and love with all God’s children through our school partnership ministries.
FTLOR (For the Love of Reading) Substitute Readers are needed for Tuesday and/or Thursday at the Marie G. Davis campus. Sign up today and training will be provided! About our program: Our FTLOR readers develop fast and lasting relationships with our elementary students in 2nd grade at Marie G. Davis by serving with this literacy ministry…Read More
Volunteers are needed at Sedgefield Middle School’s library. Check back for details! Join the Booster Club – this club will support the scholar athletes and enhance the experience for athletes, students and fans of Sedgefield Middle. Visit the Booster Club Link and find out ways that you can play an important part in this school’s success…Read More
Bless our teachers and all school staff at Sedgefield Middle School and Marie G. Davis as we express appreciation to them with welcome back lunches, staff meeting breakfasts, gift cards, thank you notes, classroom support and other events throughout the year. Contact Julie Wentz at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Assist with a Middle School club every other Friday or one Friday a month during the school year. Sedgefield Middle students meet on alternate Fridays to cook, dance, code, read, exercise, play, experiment and explore a variety of other interests. SMS staff leads club meetings and welcomes an additional adult or two to help oversee…Read More
EDUCATION ON-CALL TEAM
If your interests and time vary, be the first to learn when we need an extra set of hands to assist in a myriad of ways at Sedgefield Middle School and Marie G. Davis. Email Julie Wentz at email@example.com to join others on our on-call list.
See you in 2020 for our summer ministry, Freedom School. We typically welcome about eighty scholars, kindergarten to eighth grade, and their intern leaders for reading, enrichment, character building and fun. Plan to be a part of promoting the long-term success of our children and help prevent summer learning loss while igniting a passion for reading and a love of learning. There are a variety of opportunities to serve, whether you are here all summer, for one week or even a day or two. Explore ways you can make a difference in the life of our Freedom School scholars. In the past Youth 15 years old and under may serve with a parent, those 16-18 years old may serve our youngest scholars, plus those 19 years old and above may serve all ages.Read More