In this passage, the gospel writer Luke warns of the dangers of riches. All too often money gets in the way of us seeing the needs of others before us. How can you be more extravagant in your generosity?(see more)
July 1 – 11This is our 11th year celebrating our FUMCFW mission trips to northern Costa Rica where we have helped build a new worship sanctuary and classrooms; helped with construction projects in local churches of rural villages; provided creative, amazing VBS lessons for children in remote areas; and toured the beautiful tropical rain forests.
Sunday, July 3
10:30 am | Connections in the Garden
11:00 am | Sanctuary worship serviceDFW Brass, an acclaimed brass quintet, will be with us on July 3 at 10:30 am in the Garden to perform some of the most beloved patriotic and hymn repertoire, including “Armed Forces Salute,” “National Anthem,” “Stars & Stripes,” “Washington Post,” “Shenandoah,” and “Old Rugged Cross” (Dixieland style).
Sundays | July 10, 17, 24, & 31
Performances | 9:30 & 11:00* am | Sanctuary worship services
Rehearsals | 9:00 & 10:30 am | 2nd Floor Choir Room
* 9:30 am only on July 17MorningSong will perform in the traditional worship services on July 10, 17 (9:30 am only), 24, and 31. Rehearsals are 30 minutes prior to each service on those Sunday mornings in the 2nd Floor Choir Room.
July 11 – 15
9:00 am – noon | Meet in Wesley Hall
Children 3 years old through 6th grade
$15 per child before June 7 or $30 after
Registration closes at midnight on July 5At Vacation Bible School 2016: Surf Shack, children will discover an interactive, energizing, Bible-based program that will give them an opportunity to catch the wave of God’s amazing love. During VBS at FUMCFW, children will become surfers and explore how to serve God’s mission for their lives.
June 13 – August 29 (Not meeting July 4)
Mondays | 1:00 – 2:15 pm | Foundation Building, Room 271
Led by Dr. Mike Marshall
Come join Dr. Mike Marshall and others in our church community for a summer of “musing!” Every Monday afternoon we will “engage in thoughtful reflection” as we join together for study and community-building. We will utilize a series of books in engaging categories such as United Methodist beliefs, practices, and compassionate caring. Our first book will be “This We Believe” by William Willimon, and at least one more book for the summer will be selected by the group.