Sundays | 11:11 am
512 W. 4th St. | Downtown Fort Worth

We love laughter, music, and no-holds-barred messages that question the typical answers and unmask the illusions as we search for the next chapter of our spiritual journey. This is 55 minutes of storytelling, great coffee, and meaningful conversations around difficult ideas — with the music of Brad Thompson (Fort Worth Star Telegram’s “Best Local Musician”) and the Revolution Band doing some of your favorite pop, classic rock, and indie acoustic music for surprising insights on where we can find Spirit speaking to us.

We’re passionately inclusive – whether you identify as LGBTQ+ or straight, conservative or liberal, Christian or agnostic, young or old, or anywhere in between and beyond. We’re casual, non–traditional and un-orthodox, and always curious about kindness, justice, our stories, Jesus’ life, and how to make our community and the world a better place for all.

Here’s an invitation to reconnect your spirit without disconnecting your mind. Join us some Sunday morning and let’s see where it takes us! #1111FUMCFW

Contact: Tom McDermott |

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November 17, 2022 in eleven:eleven

Seeing with the Eyes of Giving Thanks

We see things differently. That’s the truth of it.
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September 9, 2022 in eleven:eleven

What’s the biggest question we all must answer, for everyone?

This Sunday, in eleven:eleven, downtown, we continue the series “Here’s How: Big Mind Help for Small-minded Times” as we look at some of the ways we open up to this universal longing to trust and belong, even in the hardest of times.
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August 26, 2022 in eleven:eleven

WWJD? or How You Do Anything is How You Do Everything

Bring your questions from this series, your favorite childhood story or fairy tale, and your willingness to get a little messy!
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August 11, 2022 in eleven:eleven, Worship, Z - Front Page

Super Moons, Illumination, and Stirring up Mud

I have a bumper sticker on my ukulele case that reads, “Beware the dangers of stupid people in large groups.” We all think it’s talking about those other people, right?
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