Traditional Worship

Sunday, November 2

All Saints’ Sunday

9:40 am | Chapel | 11:00 am | Sanctuary

Dr. Tim Bruster

Today we remember those church members who have died since October 16, 2013 through October 15, 2014.

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Children First

Sunday, November 2

November Theme: Thank You

9:45 am | Sanctuary | Mister Mark Burrows


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Sunday, November 2

7:30 am | Community Breakfast | Wesley Hall

8:30 am | Worship | Chapel | Rev. Lance Marshall

9:30 am | Discussion | Foundation Building

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Chapel Communion

Each Sunday | 10:30 – 10:55 am | Chapel | Dr. Len Delony

November 2 —  Special Music: Robbie Higgs, piano

With special music, prayer and readings, this quiet contemplative full communion service led by Dr. Len Delony and other FUMCFW clergy is available each week for those who want to add communion to their weekly worship experience.

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eleven:eleven celebration

Sunday, November 2

11:11 am | Wesley Hall | Rev. Linda McDermott

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First 7th

Sunday, November 2

Wesley Hall | Rev. Lance Marshall

5:00 pm | Light Family Supper ($5)

5:30 pm | Worship

6:30 pm | Discipleship Discussion Groups

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2014 Congregational Survey

With prayerful consideration of your current interests and concerns, we present our 2014 Congregational Survey. Based on your responses, we will begin shaping our focus for the coming two years. For your convenience, click here to take this survey online now; printed survey forms are also available in the Welcome Center and main Church Office.

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United Methodist Information Class

October 26 – November 16 (4 weeks) | Sundays

9:45 – 10:45 am | Room 351 | Hosted by Genesis Sunday School Class

November 2 | “What Do United Methodists Believe?”
Leader: Dr. Jim Abel, United Methodist Minister Guests, new members, and all interested in meeting new people and learning more about our denomination and our church are welcome to join us for any or all of these informative sessions. There is no cost for materials or sessions. Click read more below for more information and the full list of classes.

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Festival of Tables & Trees

Tickets on sale starting Sunday, November 2

Looking for the perfect way to get in the holiday spirit? Then mark your calendar now for Festival of Tables & Trees on Thursday, December 4, 2014 in Wesley Hall. Ticket sales begin Sunday, November 2 for this event filled with beautiful tables, delicious food, fun with friends — and the opportunity to support the Outreach efforts of FUMCFW.

Click here to learn more, buy tickets, sponsor a table, or make a donation.

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November Volunteer Opportunities

We need you to offer your service to God and others through volunteer opportunities at FUMCFW. This month we need:

  • Christmas Eve Greeters
  • First Street Mission Serving Opportunities
  • Chrismon Tree Decorators
  • Video Directors for eleven:eleven celebration and First 7th worship services

Click here to learn more!

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Room in the Inn Training

Thursday, October 30

6:00 – 8:00 pm | Justin Youth Building (801 W. 5th Street)

Room in the Inn is a life-changing ministry that provides shelter to individuals who are homeless during the three coldest and the two hottest months every year. Make plans now to attend the mandatory training session to learn how YOU can help FUMCFW and First Street Methodist Mission help 12 single men find relief from the extreme temperatures every Thursday evening this winter.

CLICK HERE for more information, or to sign up to volunteer!

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October Mission Sundays

In October, please bring blankets to:

First Street Methodist Mission

Monday – Thursday | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

OR to the Welcome Center | Sunday Mornings

For more information, contact Rev. Page Hines ( at 817/339-5069.

Small Gifts. Big Difference.

High School Retreat

11.15 – 11.16  High School Retreat

Lyle Lodge | $25

All current 9 – 12th graders are invited to join us for a weekend out at the lake for some fun, relaxation and worship.

Click here to register now!

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UMW November General Meeting

Tuesday, November 4

11:30 am | Wesley Hall Special Guest: Jim Riddlesperger, PhD “Politics Through the Eyes of Jim is Anything but Politics as Usual” RSVP by Noon 10.29

Click here to RSVP online now!

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Senior Ministries Council Bus Trip to Ross Perot Museum

Monday, November 3

9:00 am – 4:00 pm | Meet at Church to load bus

$20 per person, payable at the bus, includes admission, box lunch and bus fare

Reservations Due 10.31

With 180,000 square feet of space, standing 170 feet tall (equivalent to an average 14-story building) the revolutionary Perot Museum extends beyond the typical "museum" perception. To reserve your spot, or if you have questions, please contact Ann Maddox ( at 817/560-7323.

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North Texas Giving Day Update

Here’s the breakdown of the total of donations received on North Texas Giving Day 2014:

26.3 Million Dollars in Total Donations | 98,000 Donations | 1,580 Nonprofits

First Street Methodist Mission received a total of:


That total included a plus prize of $2,500 AND Bonus Funds of $842.24. 

Once again, thank you for your support!

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New Sunday School Class

New Sunday School Class forming led by Tom Hardgrove begins Sunday, November 9. This discussion-based class for couples in their 40s – early 50s is geared toward nurturing each other in faith and in life as we navigate — and learn to juggle — being disciples, spouses, and parents.

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First Wednesday Dinner

Join us at 6:30 pm the first Wednesday of each month for dinner!

November 5  — Five Guys Burgers & Fries (on Houston)

6:30 pm | Meet at the Justin Youth Building (801 W. 5th Street)

7:30 pm | Pick up at the Justin

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November Good Book Club

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

5:30 – 6:00 pm | Dinner | Wesley Hall 6:00 – 7:00 pm | Good Book Club | Children’s Wing, 2nd Floor 6:00 – 7:00 pm | Parenting Session — Play it Safe: How to Talk to your Child About Touch | Wesley Hall

Our theme for November is: Thank You. Each book is full of wonderful examples of characters showing gratitude.

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