Sandhills Boy & Girls Club

Fresh Fall Pants for All!

The local Boys & Girls Club is partnering with Moore County Schools in distributing lunch and next-day breakfast to all students under 18.

Follow this link to learn more: 

Food Pantry continues on a week-to-week basis operating as a drive-thru only.

"For I know your eagerness to help..."

Meals on Wheels of the Sandhills

Know the Facts

Meals on Wheels of the Sandhills is operating on a week-to-week basis but could use your help during this time to help get hot meals to our neighbors. Click the link to learn more about how you can help.

First Health Ways to Help

Ways to Watch our live stream:

Important message from Pastor Tommy regarding resuming in-person worship.

At this current time, we are seeking 2 volunteers who are NOT at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 to be on-call each week. (CDC High-Risk Groups). 

You will find more details on who can volunteer and the sign-up sheet by following this link:

~ 2 Corinthians 9:2 

Who doesn't love new underwear??? Join in this annual event with the Coalition for Human Care as we collect underwear for everyone! Monetary donations at this time. Please mark your checks "underwear" and as always, you can drop-off or mail it to us!

First Health has a few ways you can help:


Latest Updates

SoPinesUMC is worship three ways on Sundays will observing the 3 W's (Wear, Wait, & Wash).

  • 8:30 AM Drive-In Worship in the lower / back parking lot is excited to announce you DON'T have to stay in your car anymore! So bring your lawn chairs or park so you can open up the back to sit in the "trunk" and enjoy the fall weather while worshiping together.
  • 10:00 AM In-Person / Virtual stream continues. Face-coverings are required for all ages 5+. The service is First-Come, First-Serve with limited capacity.

​At SoPines UMC we support and practice the of 3Ws:

Wear, Wait, Wash

  • Wear a cloth covering your nose and mouth.
  • Wait 6 feet apart; avoid close contact.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer.

These actions protect our families, our church family, and the wider community from exposure to the virus.