Posts from January 2019

Posts from January 2019

Earn Your WINGS

What’s essential for a long journey or a long flight? Your first thoughts might be good music, plenty of snacks, clothing, money, or gas. While all of these things and more are necessary, nothing is as essential as a road map, a GPS, or a flight plan to get you to where you’re going. The same is true for our faith journey. Why WINGS? Scripture calls us to be and to make disciples of Jesus Christ. So, how do we live,…

Onward and Upward

A View from above The Steel Has Arrived On January 9, the steel arrived for our building project, and our workers have begun assembling our Children’s Center.  We expect the steel framework and deck for the Children’s Center to be complete in approximately two weeks. BEAM SIGNING THIS SUNDAY: PUT YOUR NAME ON OUR NEW ATRIUM We have placed a steel beam for our new atrium has been placed outside our east entrance. On Sunday, January 13, after worship, we…

MLK Event Volunteer Opportunity

On January 21, from 11:30am-1:00pm, FUMC Allen will host the Collin County Martin Luther King Jr Appreciation Day celebration in our sanctuary and gym.  We are expecting between 1,000-1,100 guests. We need your help in extending the hospitality of our church to all who enter our doors.  Here are just a few places where we need your help: Bake two dozen cookies and place in individual baggies for the sack lunches we will provide to our guests on January 21.…

Making Relationships Work: We Need Your Family Pictures

In our February worship series, we’ll be focusing on Making Relationships Work: how to enhance our love, overcome gridlock, turn toward one another instead of away, and create a life of shared meaning together, whatever our families may look like in this season. As a part of our worship series, we’d love to share some family pictures from you. They could be of your  grandparents when they were children, a school picture from when you were little, your mom and…

Grief Support Winter/Spring 2019

FUMC Allen hosts a variety of on-site grief support programs presented by the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) Hospice. These programs are free and open to adults from our community. Child care is not provided. When coming for the first time, please RSVP two business  days in advance  To RSVP, contact VNA Bereavement Coordinator Susan Bryan, LPC, bryans@vnatexas.org or 214.733.5543 Grieving Hearts Group: First TuesdayS A monthly support group for anyone grieving the death of their spouse. 10:00am – 11:30am CLC203…