FUMCFW Prayer Ministries offers many ways to get connected with our praying community. Recognizing that every person has unique gifts and callings, many of which emerge out of times of struggle and pain, we are here to encourage individual spiritual formation and disciplines that can become powerful influences on all aspects of the life-long faith journey.
Contact: Dr. Len Delony | email@example.com | 817-339-5099
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” — Philippians 4:6-7
The Prayer Ministry Team is honored to receive your prayer request and will hold it in confidence. Please continue to update us on how we can pray for you and support you. You may call our prayer line (817-339-3880) at any time or complete the online prayer request form below.
Chapel Communion Service
10:35 – 10:55 am | Leonard Memorial Chapel
In addition to our other full services of worship, a simple yet full service of Holy Communion is offered each Sunday in our beautiful Leonard Memorial Chapel in a more contemplative style, including special music provided by various musicians.
The labyrinth is an ancient practice offering Christians a deep sense of the calming presence of God and an awareness of God’s grace. Information and guidance is offered to help you in this experience, if desired.
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In recent weeks you may or may not have noticed that many people have participated in what has been called “Focus First” Groups throughout our church. Whether you have been here 70 years or just 7 days, your voice matters.
Almost 280 years ago, a teaching fellow at Lincoln College in Oxford, England, was awestruck by an experience about which he later wrote in his journal “I felt my heart was strangely warmed.”
This week we’re opening Leonard Memorial Chapel each day from 11:00 to 1:00 to provide a safe space for us to come together as a church. We offer this time of quiet prayer and reflection to our church family and friends – and anyone of any faith background seeking strength and comfort in this dark time.
NEWS FLASH: Our church might be in a “parallel process” of sorts with the NFL (especially the Dallas Cowboys). Surely some of you noticed the drama that grew over the last weekend.
During this past summer, Tom McDermott and many others from our church went on a pilgrimage to Ireland. For a while before they left, I was almost the color of the Emerald Isle with envy . . .
This past Sunday Dr. Jim Riddlesperger presented to us some deeply disturbing contrasts in the “First Talks” Class (in room 350 at 9:30.)