West Point First United Methodist Church seeks to bring the love of Christ to all our neighbors. And who is our neighbor? The person we sit next to during Morning worship; the down and out who live around the block; those living in poverty in America and abroad; our friends in other denominations across our community; the unchurched; the unloved and unlovely. We feel God's call to share our time, our talent and our treasure.

West Point Food Closet ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Located in the basement of West Point First Baptist Church, the West Point Food Closet is an outreach ministry for residents of West Point.  Several local churches, including West Point First, collect staple goods and raise money to stock the shelves.  Additionally, members of each of the churches volunteer to work at the closet, which is open each Wednesday morning from 9:30-12 noon.  Emergency help is also available.

Meals on Wheels ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
The Meals on Wheels program began in 1978 and since that time, a free hot lunch has been served five days a week to needy, home-bound people who either live alone or have no family support system. A local restaurant prepares the food and church members deliver the meals.

Soup Kitchen ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Every Thursday, from 12:00-12:30 p.m., a soup kitchen is operated out of the kitchen. This is a hearty, free meal available to anyone who is hungry. Adults and children alike gather to enjoy good food and each other’s fellowship. The kitchen is manned by teams of lay people from our own congregation and other churches in the area.

Local Mission Projects ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
From time to time as the Mission Committee identifies needs, church members work together to repair, paint, build and/or generally clean up property and houses for local elderly citizens.

Habitat For Humanity ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
West Point First United Methodist is an active participant in Troup/Chambers Counties Habitat For Humanity building projects.

Foreign Mission Projects ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
The Mission Committee works with the Board of Global Ministries in seeking foreign mission projects in which members can take part. Central America and the Caribbean have been the focal points for these work/Bible projects. Currently, the church sends a mission team annually to Honduras to do construction work, to provide medical help and to lead a Vacation Bible School.

Chattahooche Fuller Center Project ::::::::::::::::::
West Point FUMC is an active participant in CFCP homebuilding and renovation projects in the Valley area.

West Point Elementary Clothes Closet :::::::::::::::
Donations of new or good, clean used clothing are made by individual church members and groups within the church to support the Clothes Closet’s efforts to help underprivileged children at the elementary school.  Additionally, the church celebrates Undie Sunday every August just before the new school year begins.  Members bring new underwear, tee shirts and socks for the Clothes Closet.

Heartline Ministry ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Whenever a funeral or memorial service is held at West Point First for members or former members, a meal is prepared and served for the family and out of town friends and relatives.  Four different teams of volunteers alternate to provide this comfort for the families. 

C.I.A. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
C.I.A.--Christians in Action--is a ministry for senior adult church members who no longer drive or who don't have access to an automobile.  Those who need transportation call the church office and volunteers are notified.