53 more campers needed!  Help us get more campers. To learn more and register, click the link below:

39 more weekday volunteers needed!  Register as a volunteer.

28 more laundry minions to wash the WinShape Staff clothes.

Contact Kim Silva at or call (251) 644-0770

10 unpack crew on Sunday, July 29. Please email neil@dumc.orgSunday July 29, meet in gym at 1pm to 4pm. Stay an hour or the entire time.

10 fresh pack crew on Friday, Aug. 3rd.  Please email neil@dumc.orgFriday Aug. 3rd meet in gym at 1pm to 4pm. Stay an hour or the entire time.

5-7 clean up crew to help clean church areas after 5pm each evening. Please contact Pam Barnes - text (251) 654-3704 or email Takes about an hour.

WinShape Camp

July 31, WinShape Day Camp Daphne begins! A week full of fun and a great experience for your child! You still have time to register ($209) for the #bestweekever. We look forward to seeing your camper in a few short days! July 31 - August 4.
Campers may register at
Volunteers (youth and adults) have fun during the week. Must have completed 10th grade or higher. Register to volunteer at

Girls Basketball League

We are excited about late Summer early Fall Girls Basketball League.

Goals:  To emphasize fun with basketball fundamentals in dribbling, passing, shooting and defense.

Age: Completed grade 1st – 4th girls

Dates:  July 17th – August 31st

Schedule:  Practice Tuesday nights and play games on Thursday night

Leagues: 1-2 grade , 3-4 grade

Fee:  $30 per player to cover shirts, referees, etc. 

Details can be found at the following site.  Please register and share.

Noted Author & Speaker, Rev. Renny Scott





Moving from the Kingdom of Politics to the Kingdom of God was the exciting and dynamic journey of Renny Scott. Our Pastor Emeritus, Bro. Jim Fillingim has been facilitating the Wednesday night study of Questions of the Heart. Renny went to high school and college with John Kerry, former Secretary of State. At Yale, George Bush, later President, was a year behind him and George Pataki, 3-term governor of New York was his roommate.


Renny Scott studied political science at Yale and at Harvard’s J.F.K’s School of Government. His plans to pursue law and politics were interrupted when he met Christ on September 3, 1968. As an Episcopal Priest, he served in two of the fastest growing churches in his denomination. On        Pentecost Sunday, 1986, he stepped down from the priesthood to become a layman serving God among the poor in inner city Atlanta. Five years later, God began to draw his heart toward          discipling the next generation, and he spent twenty years investing in Christian Education.