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Traditional Sanctuary Worship

9:30* & 11:00 am | Sanctuary | Dr. Tim Bruster

First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth offers two identical traditional worship services each Sunday morning in our beautiful Gothic Revival Sanctuary. We will worship with traditional and contemporary hymns, an inspirational sermon by Senior Pastor Dr. Tim Bruster, and uplifting music performed on our 160-rank Anne S. and Henry B. Paup Sanctuary Pipe Organ along with outstanding choirs. This includes our Choral Union Chancel Choir, Adoramus Chamber Choir, Cornerstone Youth Choir, and two Children’s Choirs, as well as special instrumentalists and soloists.  

Contact: Elaine Johnson | ejohnson@myfumc.org

* On the first Sunday of every month, we offer our Children First family service at 9:45 am in the Sanctuary. On those Sundays, our regular 9:30 am traditional Sanctuary worship service moves to Leonard Memorial Chapel at 9:40 am.

Children First

First Sunday of each month
9:45 am | Sanctuary | Mister Mark Burrows

The Children First family worship service gives children and families the opportunity to worship together. Each of these energetic, interactive services is designed to engage children while introducing them to the many traditions of our church. 

Contact: Janice Cooper | jcooper@myfumc.org

DiscipleChurch

Choose any or all options:
7:15 am | Community Breakfast | Wesley Hall
8:30 am | Worship | Leonard Memorial Chapel

DiscipleChurch is a unique worship service centered on the sacrament of Holy Communion and a passion for social justice. The community first gathers around a shared meal provided by church members for any who come hungry, followed by a worship service.

Contact: Rev. Page Hines | phines@myfumc.org

The Gathering

9:30 am | Wesley Hall
11:00 am | Justin Youth Building
Rev. Lance Marshall

This offering is a casual and relevant opportunity for prayer, study, topical exploration, and high-spirited connection free from typical worship or Sunday School structures. With digitally driven experiences of specially curated music and video presentations by some of today’s great theologians and teachers, folded into thought-provoking discussion and study-styled opportunities for deeper explorations, The Gathering presents a unique opportunity to connect socially, intellectually, and spiritually in a different way within the First Church faith community. Join The Gathering to interact with ideas, energy, and like-minded others.

Contact: Rev. Lance Marshall | lmarshall@myfumc.org

eleven:eleven celebration

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

This engaging experience of laughter, storytelling, and message, infused with the music of Brad Thompson and the Revolution Band, offers a nontraditional, unorthodox, and transformative worship experience with an invitation to “reconnect your spirit without disconnecting your mind.” This service empowers you to discover new insights into radical community, the universal love of God, and living for the healing and transformation of our world. Dress is casual — all ages welcome!

Contact: Rev. Tom McDermott | tmcdermott@myfumc.org

Chapel Communion Service

10:35 – 10:55 am | Leonard Memorial Chapel | Dr. Len Delony

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.

Contact: Dr. Len Delony | ldeloney@myfumc.org


Live Stream

Join us live online on Sunday mornings at 11:00 am for Traditional Worship, 9:30 am for The Gathering, and 11:11 am for eleven:eleven celebration. You can also watch Children First live at 9:45 on the First Sunday of each month.

WRR Radio 

Listen to each previous week’s sermon and music on Sunday mornings at 7:30 am on WRR 101.1 FM.


 Worship Bulletins

Click on the links below to download a PDF, posted weekly as soon as details are finalized!

Contact: Elaine Johnson | ejohnson@myfumc.org

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