Please use this link to view or download our Sunday Bulletin for February 28. It is the Second Sunday of Lent.
Please use this link to view our bulletin for Sunday, February 21, 2021. It is the First Sunday in Lent.
As we navigate another unique season of Faith Promise missions giving at FCUMC, our Faith Promise partners continue their life-changing ministries around the world. We are highlighting our Faith Promise partners via short videos as they tell us about the effects of our giving on their important outreaches and the people who they impact through their compassionate work.
Each Sunday, we will add links to a few of these videos so that our partners can share how our commitments to their ministries help them reach those in need in their communities. Please check out the videos from Celebrate Recovery, Fountain City Ministry Center, and Samaritan Hands, three of our Faith Promise partners.
Please take a minute to complete this Faith Promise Commitment Card. Our Faith Promise giving is THE fund for our church’s mission outreach and members of the Missions Committee select the ministries receiving funds. Faith Promise Sunday is the fourth Sunday of each month. Our Faith Promise partners are local, national, and global missions spreading Christ’s love to those they serve.
We are offering two Adult Discipleship options during the season of Lent as we seek to continue to actively be Disciples.
|1) The cross is the central symbol of the Christian faith. But what exactly did Jesus do to save us from our sins? Why was the cross necessary, and what does it mean for us today? In Savior: What the Bible Says About the Cross, Magrey deVega faithfully describes the need for reconciliation between humankind and a holy God through Jesus’ death on the cross. This study will be six sessions from 6:30–7:30 pm on Wednesdays starting February 24. It will be led by FCUMC Certified Lay Speaker, Sandy Failing. Please join us using this Zoom link each Wednesday through March 31.|
|2) During Lent each year, Christians give up something as an act of sacrifice and spiritual discipline. James Moore challenges readers to give up something spiritually that they would be better off not doing. He invites all to seek God’s help to focus on eliminating one habit or attitude that is destructive. Please join Ms. Donna and Pastor Kristen as we seek to prepare to give up something bad while appearing to fully embrace the “God News” of Easter. The interactive video lessons are posted Mondays at noon on The Journey Facebook page and our YouTube channel. We look forward to walking with you during Lent this year.|
Please use this link to view or download our Sunday Bulletin for February 14, 2021. It is Transfiguration Sunday.
Please use this link to view or download our Sunday Bulletin for February 7, 2021. It is the 5th Sunday after Epiphany.