Congregational Care Committee
Bringing the Windsor Family together, this group coordinates monthly events that might include a movie night, a game night, a special speaker or a music group. Generally, food is involved. We are Methodists. We have a reputation to uphold! We hope to see the whole crowd!
Meeting the needs of the bereaved, this caring committee comforts and helps members following the loss of a loved one. It is coordinated through the pastor.
The Lifestyle Relational Evangelism Team (LRE) welcomes visitors and shares information about church programs through home visits to newcomers and church family; provides shut-ins with weekly devotionals and church bulletins; distributes video recordings of the 8:30 worship service, and shares the altar flowers with many of the families they visit.
The LRE Team meets on Monday evenings in Room 10 at 6:30 pm for visits. Each visitation team consists of two individuals.
The outreach team provides financial support to sixteen global ministries, and coordinates collection drives for food, health/flood kits, school supplies, Christmas gifts and Samaritan's Purse shoeboxes.
Youth from age 14 to adults spend a full week either repairing homes of needy people or providing support services for the workers in approximately 50 camps located in SC.
Windsor teams prepare and serve meals at the Washington Street UMC Soup Cellar the first Monday of each month. Food preparation begins at 10 am and the shift is over at 12:30 pm.
United Methodist Men
A 7:15 am breakfast meeting is held the first Sunday of each month at Lizard's Thicket Restaurant on Two Notch Rd. @ I-20. The United Methodist Men prepare meals, support the Scouting programs, do home repairs for special needs and other local missions.
United Methodist Women
United Methodist Women members support local, national and global missions.
The Sarah Circle meets the second Tuesday of each month (except June, July and August) at 10:30 am in Harbor Hall. We have monthly mission projects and an annual cookie sale in December.
United Methodist Volunteers in Missions participants help others throughout the world with construction, medical and various other activities. Windsor members have served in Brazil, Colombia, Nicaragua and El Salvador.