Connecting Our Adults

CONNECT by getting involved in one of the many Adult discipling opportunities offered at First Church Clermont. From adults in their 20's through seniors, we are striving to provide opportunities to grow spiritually and connect deeper to God, the Church, and each other in order to become "Fully Devoted Followers of Christ!" We believe it is important to grow deeper in your faith journey and encourage individuals to connect with Christ through both Short Term Grow Groups and Long Term Grow Groups. Any questions on getting connected please email Tommy Moore at,


A Mature-Adult group seeking his word within a caring community to help us be in the world with a better understanding of God's plan for our lives. This group meets every Sunday morning 9:30am-10:30am in the Social Hall.



We are a community of 50+ Christians who have become great friends, enjoying a variety of short studies (6-8 Weeks), social outings (concerts, dinners, BBQ’s), and praying for our church and each other. The Boomers also get involved in volunteer opportunities at church throughout the year. The Boomer Bible Study group meets on Sunday mornings at 9:30am and 11:00am in the Upper Room from September through May, and are always looking to add new friends. Contact: Les & Sue Prestegard


Welcome to King's Daughters Women's Bible Study! We meet every Tuesday morning during the regular school year (Sept-May) 9:00am to 11:00am in the Social Hall of our church campus (located below our Main Sanctuary.)  Childcare is available: email

MOPS is a ministry designed to nurture moms. MOPS is about celebrating motherhood and encouraging every mother of pre-schoolers to realize her potential as a mother, woman and leader in the name of Jesus Christ. We are here to make connections and support new and/or established moms in the area. August thru April every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, 9:30am-11:30am in the Wesley Center.  

For more information or questions please Contact: Jennifer Royston


METS is a ministry for Older Adults of First United Methodist Church. They meet once a month, unless otherwise noted. Usually traveling to local restaurants, museums, shows, shopping and wherever we can find fun.  You can go to our EVENTS page on the website to sign up for events.

Questions Contact Sandra & John McClure click HERE or call the church office at 352-394-2412.   

All women are welcome and invited to participate with the United Methodist Women. We have groups that meet monthly in the morning, at lunch or in the evening to meet everyone's needs. UMW groups are a great way to develop friendships with other women in the church, have meaningful Bible discussions and participate in local and world mission projects. 

For more information about UMW contact Sharon Kowalski at Click HERE learn more about the UMW. 


Group of mature adults that meet to share our lives and our faith. All are welcome. They meet the 1st and 3rd Monday at 7pm in homes in the communinty of Royal Highlands

Contact: Jan & Jer Broadhurst


We are a mixed group of “middle-age plus” adults seeking to study and learn & understand God’s word and will for our lives. We use the Bible and various study books & DVD’s to enhance the studies.  They meet the 2nd and 4th Sunday at Linda Moles house.

Contact: Brad Kohlenhoefer, 864-230-1449.


Encouraging and Strengthening Men for Christ . 

Our Men's Bible Study group will resume September 13th.  We meet the 2nd and the fourth Wednesday of each month. Our next study will be “Act Like Men” by James McDonald. This is for all ages. 

Contact: David Plyler


We worship Christ in a manner that our Native American ancestors would recognize. We meet the 3rd Sunday of the month at 4pm at the Mascotte United Methodist Fellowship Hall. 

Contact: Ed Taylor


Support for women living with and surviving cancer. Meet the 2nd Monday of every month in the Agape House.  

Contact: Heather Hoffhines

All Pro Dad's Day is a monthly breakfast and fellowship event to grow our relationships with our kids and other dads. We meet the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:25 in the Cafe of the Wesley Center (the portion of the Wesley Center closest to the courtyard between the Education Building and the Sanctuary.

If you are on Facebook, please also join our group there where we can further discuss the monthly topic, other topics of interest to you, or plan outside events.