Posts from March 2021

Posts from March 2021

FUMC Allen Recognized by American Red Cross with Outstanding Service Award

IN 2020, Did you know . . . FUMC Allen hosted nine blood drives from April 2020-December 2020? The Red Cross collected 303 total units of blood from donors who came to our gym or Fellowship Hall? At least 909 lives were impacted by the donations collected at FUMC Allen? Thank you church for your continued support of the American Red Cross. We are please to share with you this honor recently awarded to FUMC Allen from the American Red…

Share Your Pandemic Anniversary Story

Pandemic Anniversary Mar 2020-Mar 2021 This month, we remember our life of one year ago when the COVID-19 pandemic changed our world. Over the next week, we want to hear from you as we share our responses to the following questions: When did the pandemic become real for you? What have you seen God do in the midst of the pandemic? You can share your responses with us in one of three ways: Join us in “The Nook” on Sunday,…

Job Opening: Children’s Creative Playday Preschool Director

Children’s Creative Playday Preschool, a ministry of First United Methodist Church of Allen, is a learn-through-play experience for preschoolers, age 18 months through 6 years. The Director provides direction and oversight to ensure that the preschool students learn educational essentials as well as the love of Jesus Christ in a warm, loving, and safe environment. Hours are full-time during the school year and half-time over the summer when Playday is not in session. A bachelor’s degree in education and a…

Reflect Journals for Lent 2021

Journal UPDATE Our Neighborhood Captains have been busy over the past week delivering Lenten Reflect Journals to our church members and regular visitors. We’ve already had a question about how to use these journals, especially as there may some neighbors who have not been part of worship and heard Pastor Mary Beth speak of them on Sunday morning. Each week in worship, we’ll be reflecting on the question, :”Who am I in Christ?” and considering a different “I am…’ statement.…