An important update from the Board of Trustees: Welcome Rev. Hal Jones


On behalf of The United Methodist Children’s Home Board of Trustees:


2015: a year of great impacts

At The United Methodist Children’s Home, we envision a world where every child is raised in a loving, compassionate, and nurturing home.  With your generous support in 2015, we came so much closer to achieving that goal.  Whether you are a volunteer, donor, foster parent, or simply helped spread the word of our work, we are grateful!


Children’s Home residents celebrate graduation

June 30, 2015


Only half of America’s foster youth will graduate from high school, but on a hot afternoon in June, 13 United Methodist Children’s Home residents proved they would not be part of this statistic as they celebrated achieving their high school diploma, GED, or professional certificate with Children’s Home staff, families, and friends.


Volunteers needed for Kids Club

You can make a difference in the lives of a child and their family. Please join our team of volunteers for Kids Club at The United Methodist Children’s Home, where we are building a community and growing in faith!


A Home for the Holidays

In December 2013, Candice Thomas felt anything but hopeful. She had moved to Georgia for a job, but the position was eliminated before her first day. She relied on limited support from family, but then college student loans kicked in, and she soon found herself staying at a homeless shelter with her four-year-old daughter, Cadence.


“I was in survival mode,” said Candice. “It gets one through a tough time. I told my daughter that we were going on an adventure; we would be staying at dorms for a little while until I found a place for us to live. My daughter pretended it was a sleepover. Not until we moved into The Children’s Home did I cry.”