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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

Advent Worship Series: Songs of the Season

During the seasons of Advent and Christmas, we invite you to worship and consider with us these songs from scripture and how they challenge the songs we will sing with our heart and voice during Advent and beyond. What new song might we sing this Advent season? December 3 Zechariah’s Song Luke 1:67-79 December 10 Mary’s Song Luke 1:46-55 December 17 John the Baptist’s Song Luke 3:1-18 John Rutter’s Gloria 8:15am 9:30am Resonate’s Lessons & Carols 11:00am December 24 The…

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…

This Sunday in Worship

This Sunday’s Sermon May 31 2015 Road Trip Matthew 28: 18-20 Rev. Brian McPherson, preaching Sanctuary 8:15am 9:30am 11:00am THIS SUNDAY’S SERMON Sunday, May 31 Non Sum Qualis Eram Matthew 7:1-5, 9-12 Greg Schell, preaching 11:00am Fellowship Hall  

August Sermon Series

It is safe to assume that each of us come from families of one kind or another.  The make-up of American families has certainly changed over the years but I have no doubt that though the dynamics have changed we want our family to be happy, healthy, faithful, and sane.  Many parents and grandparents think and reflect how we can continually improve the dynamics of our families to perhaps increase the level of meaning and happiness we experience. Bruce Feiler, in…