Family Ministries Center

Our Family Ministries Center was consecrated in November of 2001 and dedicated three years later on November 7, 2004 following the burning of the note of indebtedness. This wonderful building is the result of a congregation having the love of Christ in their hearts and a vision for the future in their eyes. It consists of a library, three multipurpose classrooms, a fellowship hall, a spacious kitchen and a full gymnasium with stage. Another room houses the office of the church's youth director. For church groups staying at the facility while winter skiing or just passing through, showers are provided in the bathrooms and a washer and dryer is available for use. The facility is presently being used for Sunday School classes, Bible studies, Vacation Bible School, presentations, performances, meetings, dinners, fundraisers, receptions, basketball and many other Christ-centered activities. 

 

Princeton First United Methodist Church welcomes groups to use the facility. All requests must be received at least 30 days before an event and must be approved. All church activities are given priority and First United Methodist Church has the discretion to ask for a change in dates to accommodate this priority. Every effort will be made to honor any approved request.

 

Below you will find links to an application for the use of the Family Ministries Center and the guidelines for use of Schell Hall, the kitchen and the gymnatorium.
 
All inquiries into the use of the FMC should be directed to:
Victoria Horton, Church Administrator
Office 304-425-2283
vlhorton@suddenlinkmail.com
 
 

Application And Guidelines For Use

Please use the links to download and print the application and guidelines. The completed and signed application should be mailed to the address provided on the form at least 30 days, but not more than 3 months, in advance of the activity you are wishing to schedule. You must read and agree to abide by the guidelines for use of the area you are wanting to use. A signed copy of the guidelines must accompany the application. All activities, dates and times must be approved by the church. Although it rarely occurs, remember that First United Methodist Church events are given priority and that your activity may need to be rescheduled or cancelled to accommodate these church functions.

 

 

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