Ongoing Weekly Events

Each Wednesday at 5:30 in the Fellowship Hall, a meal is served, and everyone is invited to enjoy the free food and camaraderie. Open Table does not meet during school breaks.

On Mondays at noon, a group of men gather in the Youth Room for a grilled cheese sandwich lunch followed by a devotion and prayer. Join us!

Calling all handy people! Meet at the church office Tuesdays at 9 a.m. to help around the church with fix-it and elbow-grease tasks. Pittman Park benefits greatly from the gifts and talents and service of our XYZ helpers.

Join us for a walk on Tuesdays at 9 a.m. We’ll text you with the day’s location. All ages and abilities welcome.

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Prayer Groups

Woody Powell Men’s Prayer Group
Join us Tuesdays at 8 a.m. across from the church office.

Jackie Smith Women’s Prayer Text Chain
Text Laurie at 912-515-5812 to be added to our text chain for prayer requests to lift up daily.

Adult Sunday School Classes

Each Sunday at 10, Sunday School classes are offered for all ages.

Fellowship Class

The Fellowship Sunday School Class is a group of couples and singles, aging from Fifty and beyond, who gather each Sunday morning at 10 a.m. in the church Parlor (the building adjacent to the Chapel).

The class discusses the Bible and scripture, as related through a Sunday School lesson book. “Fellowship” truly describes this Class of warm and loving Christians.

Lagniappe Class

The Lagniappe class currently meets virtually on Sunday mornings from 9:30-10:30 a.m. For a link to join, contact the church office. Named after the Cajun word for “a little something extra,” this is a class that values questions and appreciates that there are rarely easy answers.  Led by history professor Jeff Howell and retired pastor Bob Townsend, the class explores a broad range of topics that encompass life’s paradoxes, often touching on both the sacred and profane. The current focus is a book by James F. McGrath, What Jesus Learned from Women.

Representing different viewpoints, life experiences, and theological perspectives, members of the Lagniappe class believe that all of us are children of God who are called to care for one another.  We celebrate the diversity of God’s Kingdom and we welcome and affirm all people, including those of different ability levels, socio-economic backgrounds, family and marital statuses, nationalities, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.

Lectionary Class

This Sunday School class meets from 10-10:45 a.m. in the classroom on the church office hallway.

We enjoy open discussion on Scripture chosen from the week’s Lectionary readings by the lesson leader. The Lectionary is a published 3-year cycle of verses, each week highlighting an Old Testament, Psalm, Gospel and Letters selection. The table is arranged to follow the Christian calendar as to complement worship.

Weekly attendance ranges from 12 to 20 members of various ages. Some of us are new to Pittman Park, others new to Methodism, but most of us learn something from each other every Sunday.

As the selected material varies each week, it’s easy to join the class at any time and not feel others are better prepared to participate.

View the current lectionary readings here.

Discovery Class

The Discovery class is facilitated by a rotating group of leaders and is geared toward adults under 40. The class meets from 10-10:45 a.m. in Conference Room 3. They are currently using a resource called Wired Word that provides lessons to link the latest headlines and current events to appropriate Scripture.

Other Events

Discovery Class and the Wired Word

Discovery Class and the Wired Word

Each Sunday the Discovery Sunday School Class examines the link between current events and the message of Scripture. A rotating group of facilitators uses The Wired Word curriculum to lead discussion and prayer. The Discovery Class is geared toward adults under 40....

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A Word About Special Needs

Pittman Park follows an inclusive model for children with special needs. To help them get the most out of their time here, they may be paired with a trained Ministry Facilitator who can offer extra care. To prepare your child for visiting us, we invite you to show them a social story that explains what to expect:
Traditional Service, The Nine Service, Park Kids on Sun/Wed

Please fill out this form to help us serve your child with special needs.

Park Kids is our ministry to ensure all children are welcome, safe and engaged at Pittman Park. Midway through Sunday worship services, children are invited over to “Main Street,” where they will have a chance to hear a lesson geared just for kids. There is also a Sunday School lesson from 10-10:45 where children get to know each other and work through a bible curriculum.

We offer a nursery, located in our Pittman Park Education Center childcare rooms, to care for babies and young toddlers. For preschoolers, we have an Ark in the Park class. The nursery space and Ark in the Park are available from 9-12 every Sunday.

The first Sunday of each month is “Family First Sunday,” when everyone stays in the adult worship service together. The service is mindful of the young attendees, and activity sheets are available to help younger ones stay engaged.

On Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:30, grades K-12 meet for Bible Club.

To volunteer with Park Kids, fill out this form.

Pittman Park adheres to Safe Sanctuaries policies that protect children and vulnerable adults from abuse. A church committee administers the policies and all Park Kids volunteers are oriented to the program regularly.
Learn the Books of the Old Testament

Learn the Books of the Old Testament

Our Park Kids Books of the Bible Sunday School Class for all ages has memorized most of the Old Testament! (Right, guys?) Watch the video at this link to learn these hand motions to be like us ????

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Park Students is our youth ministry program for 6th-12th graders. We meet on Sunday nights from 5-7 for youth group, Sunday mornings for Sunday School at 10, and Wednesday nights for small groups from 6:30-7:30 during the school year.

Our Mission Statement is simple: “Making Faithful Followers of Jesus.” We have a wide range of activities each week that are designed to cultivate a passionate and undeniable faith in Jesus Christ. Come be a part of all that God is doing!

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Cru Campus Meets on Tuesday evenings in the Fellowship Hall beginning at 8pm.


Wesley Meets on Wednesday evenings at the Wesley Foundation at Georgia Southern located at the Corner of Herty Dr and Fair Rd beginning at 8pm.

Contact Albert Williams for more information.

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Chancel Choir

The Chancel Choir sings a wide variety of traditional choral music during the traditional worship service on Sunday mornings. Rehearsals are held most weeks during the year on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the choir room.

There is no audition required for membership in the chancel choir–everyone is invited to sing!

Praise Band

The Praise Band team leads worship during our contemporary worship service on Sunday mornings. The team holds weekly rehearsals.

If you are interested in participating with the praise band or if you are interested in serving on the media production team that handles video and lighting, contact the church office.


Handbell Choir

The Wesley Ringers Handbell Choir plays periodically during in the traditional worship service on Sundays. Handbell Choir is open to anyone that would like to be in the group. Practice is on Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. in the choir room.

Get to Know the Church: Diego and Paola Escobar

Get to Know the Church: Diego and Paola Escobar

You can find Diego and Paola most Sundays up front in the sanctuary. Diego plays the piano, and Paola sings in the choir. They moved to Statesboro from Medellín, Colombia in January. Let's get to know this talented couple! What do you like best about Pittman Park? The...

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Get to Know the Church STAFF: Lisa Muldrew

Get to Know the Church STAFF: Lisa Muldrew

Lisa Muldrew has been a part of the Pittman Park staff on and off since 2016. She currently serves as Director of Traditional Music and can be found at the Traditional Service each Sunday, leading the congregational hymns. In her role, she is also the director of the...

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