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Memorial Day Worship 2019

THIS SUNDAY IN WORSHIP May 26, 2019 Graduation Sunday & Memorial Day Sunday Finding Real Happiness Is Not What You Think Luke 6: 17-26 Rev. Todd Harris 8:15am 9:30am & 11:00am FUMC Allen Sanctuary

June Sermon Series: Growing Pains

Join us this month as we consider the spiritual growth that can occur as a result of the challenging times in our lives.   Sunday, June 5 For Such a Time as This Esther 4: 14-17 Sunday, June 12 The Anguish of Loss Job 3:1-5; 20-26 Sunday, June 19 When We Face Evil Romans 12:9-21 Sunday, June 26 Second Half Ruth 1:6-22

Welcoming the Stranger, Receiving Christ

In the midst of our world’s violence, chaos, and changes, it is hard to see God.  This week, we will dig into the story of the disciples’ Emmaus Journey to experience how God  transforms and blesses us through our encounters with the strangers and guests who are in our midst. Join us this Sunday as our intern pastor, Tami Gallaway, leads us in worship with her sermon, “Welcoming the Stranger, Receiving Christ” based on Luke 24:13-35. More about Tami Gallaway Tami is…

Summer Sermon Series: Jesus Goes Hollywood

Movies and television (not to mention all forms of entertainment) have a profound influence in our lives. The images and narratives we see influence our identity, spirituality, and the values that guide our decision making.  This can be both positive and negative, depending on our point of view, maturity, and choices. The stories we see in movies and TV present life dilemmas that cause us to think and ponder how we might respond in similar circumstances.  Most movies are not…

July Sermon Series

  Holy Humor….  Laughter as Redemption There are passages of scripture that undoubtedly lead us down the straight and narrow.  But so often we take the straight and narrow path so seriously we end up taking ourselves far too seriously.  We fail to see God’s Holy Humor as recorded in the scripture and fail to laugh at lane-brain characters, life and ourselves.  Laughter really is redeeming. It knocks us off our high horses and helps us see ourselves for all…