County Line United Methodist Church is strongly supportive of mission work. Here are just a few ways we support our community and extended neighbors.

We are currently collecting

  • School Supplies & clothing for our neighborhood school: Beaverbrook Elementary
  • Gently used clothing for donations for homeless
  • Ready to eat foods for homeless
bakersGraham and Sharon Nichols
 US Church: Lewis Memorial UMC Evans, GA
 Carcelén-Quito, Pichincha, Ecuador

Missionaries to Ecuador serving with The Mission Society www.themissionsociety.org/people/Nichols 

In Ecuador, the Nichols feel called to minister through children and adult discipleship: Kid’s Clubs, small group Bible Studies for men, women, and youth, evangelism, church planting, music ministry, hosting short-term mission teams, and by loving Ecuador’s people; making disciples to make disciples. <><  <><

Thank you, thank you again for your continued prayers and financial support  which not only helped get us to the field BUT will help keep us on the field for all our days.

 Domestic & Local Missions

Gulf Coast New Orleans, December 2009/January 2010
Local Missions:
UMCOR 2008
Great Day of Service 2011 & 2012
Emergency Financial Assistance & Traveler’s Aid
Caring House Assistance for Teen Mothers
River of Life Annually
Local Tornado Victim Support 2012
Must Ministry Cook-Out 2011
Hinton Rural Life Center, NC December 2011
RedBird Mission, Beverly, KY June 2017
International Missions
Guatemala 2006, 2008 & 2011
Uganda 2012
Bahamas 2014-2015

“The thing that makes a missionary is the sight of what Jesus did on the cross and to have heard Him say, ‘GO’.” ~Oswald Chambers

 day of service cropGreat Day of Service

NC mission trip 130Hinton, NC