Ministries

Ministries are expressions of faith that primarily serve our church family. Check out the ministries below and find a place to plug in!

Alpharetta Methodist cares about the health and well-being of members of our church and community. Congregational Care ministries provide help when life becomes difficult, when you are going through a crisis or when you just need someone to listen.

“Praise God…with the sounding of the trumpet, praise him with the harp and lyre, praise him with timbrel and dancing, praise him with the strings and pipe, praise him with the clash of cymbals, praise him with resounding cymbals.” (Psalm 150:1-5)

We believe in praising God through music. Learn more about our adult choirsinstrumental ensembles/handbells, and our Vinebranch Band.

We offer a scripturally-based, comprehensive Children’s Choirs program for ages two through 5th grades.

6th-12th grade students may sing in our Student Band. Contact Director of Music and Contemporary Worship Stephanie Newton for information.

  • Golf Cart Ministry
  • Parking Ministry
  • Greeters
  • Coffee Ministry

Worship ministries focus on ensuring that church members and guests have a welcoming, positive experience when they come to worship on Sunday mornings. Worship ministries include:

  • Acolytes
  • Ushers
  • Communion stewards
  • Parking attendants
  • Sanctuary flowers
  • Sanctuary stewards
  • Welcome Desk greeters
  • Vinebranch greeters

The mission of Alpharetta Methodist Preschool is to provide excellence in education with a Christ-centered foundation, fostering a lifetime love for learning and creating leaders in Christ. Learn more.

Sheepfeeders is a volunteer-led meal ministry for our Wednesday Night Supper program. Sheepfeeders are responsible for every aspect of providing the meal and serve an average of 400 meals each week, including dozens of meals that are prepared and transported to homebound persons in the community.

Our Veterans Ministry provides fellowship, outreach and assistance to U.S. military veterans who attend the church and reside in the region.