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.
Every Sunday in August | 30 minutes before each service
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sing in the choir?
Do you enjoy singing, even if it’s only in the shower or along with the radio or your favorite CD? We invite you to join us for MorningSong, a unique summertime choir experience that extends the entire month of August – no experience required!
We will meet every Sunday morning in August, 30 minutes before each service to learn a piece of music and then lead worship in song. It’s really that simple. And the best part: it’s family friendly — kids and grandkids welcome! Come and enjoy the view and experience only available from the choir loft. For more information, contact Taylor Davis (email@example.com) 817/339-5074.
By joining together as a faith community, we have raised $100,400 and exceeded our $100,000 goal!
Thanks to your generosity, 15 local families will receive a new home through the 2014 Habitat for Humanity Carter Work Project. It’s not too late to make a donation and help break the cycle of poverty.
Baptism and Communion are the two sacraments celebrated in the United Methodist Church. Baptism is one way we publicly acknowledge God as our creator and recognize God’s love for us. Communion is one way we remember Jesus’ great love for us all. We will help young children understand this Bible story in terms of the meal, the love of friends, and the memories that were made.
Heat is the leading cause of weather-related fatalities in the United States? Beat the heat by staying hydrated...Drink Water!! This is especially important for our friends who are homeless and unable to get out of the heat on a regular basis.
The Broadway show that’s fun for all ages! | Wesley Hall
Friday, August 15 at 7:00 pm
Saturday, August 16 at 10:00 am & 2:00 pm
Sunday, August 17 at 2:00 pm
Tickets are free, but reservations are important to make sure we plan accordingly. A $5 donation at the door is suggested to help cover expenses and to help bring future shows such as this to our 5th Street Theater ministry!
Since 2010, mission teams from FUMCFW have traveled to Meru, Kenya to assist Reverends Stella and Daniel Mwiti in their work with 250 orphans and vulnerable children. Each summer these children experience Vacation Bible School with the team members and receive a gift from our church at the end of the week. This year the children will receive sweaters and backpacks. Together, FUMCFW and the Kenyan Mission Team are providing these children with educational opportunities that improve their chances for a brighter future.
Thursday, August 7 | 7:00 pm | Leonard Memorial Chapel
You’re invited to a love story — an experience of enduring love, light, and inspiration through cello music and stories shared
by cellist Dace Sultanov.
Infusing her special passion for music with a few memories of the love of her life — and her all time inspiration — 1989 Van
Cliburn Piano Competition Gold Medalist Alexei Sultanov, Dace will perform this special tribute concert.
Join us for this special opportunity to learn how we can work together for the renewal of an authentic and vital church in our time, drawing from the unique perspective of one of the foremost leaders in Celtic Christian Spirituality.
This past Sunday in worship, I talked about the border crisis we’re experiencing with unaccompanied children. It is my prayer that we will all keep these children in our hearts, minds and prayers as we plan our faithful response to these children at our gate. In a preliminary response, we have set up a special fund titled "Border Relief," with opportunities to give.
Considering the Pastoral Letter written by the Bishops of the Annual Conferences in Texas, sent from our Bishop Lowry, it is my prayer that we will all keep these children in our hearts, minds and prayers as we plan our faithful response to these children at our gate.
When we realize that God stands with us and we are not on our own, we can rejoice in the help we receive from God’s faithfulness. The Psalmist calls out to God and praises God, believing that God is truly able.