Community groups that use our Hunt’s Memorial UMC are:
Alcoholics Anonymous – Three different AA groups meet at Hunt’s. The Monday night group meets at 8:30pm; the Wednesday group meets at 12:30pm; and the Friday night group meets at 8:30pm.
For more information on Alcoholics Anonymous, please visit their website: http://www.aa.org.
Boy Scouts of America – Hunt’s has a long history with sponsoring Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts units. Our “Scout Shack,” built in 1931, is the oldest building continually dedicated for Scouting in the Baltimore Area Council. Troop 319 was started in 1927 and continues to flourish as an active organization today.
Many Hunt’s congregation members have participated in scouting, either in Troop 319 or in other local groups over the decades, and several have achieved the high rank of Eagle Scout.
Scout Sunday is celebrated in February. The annual Pinewood Derby is held in Van Meter Hall, where scouts and their families and friends gather to race their hand-crafted cars.
For more information on the Boy Scouts of America, please visit their website: http://www.scouting.org.
For information on the Baltimore Area Council, BSA, please visit their website: http://www.baltimorebsa.org
Girl Scouts of America – Hunt’s was the home of Girl Scout Troop 4136 until the spring of 2013 when the girls graduated. Brownie Troop 10072 has started meeting at Hunt’s on Sunday afternoons once a month. Girl Scout Troop 1976 also meets at Hunt’s Church.
For more information on the Girl Scouts of America, please visit their website: http://www.girlscouts.org
For more information on the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, please visit their website: http://www.gscm.org
Several local community and neighborhood associations hold their meetings at Hunt’s Church. Both the Longford Community Association, (www.longfordcommunity.com ) and the Ruxton Hill Homeowners Association are local community organizations that hold their meetings at Hunt’s Church. We are also members of the Ruxton-Riderwood-Lake Roland Improvement Association. Please visit their website: https://www.rrlraia.org/