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

We love laughter and no-holds-barred messages that question the answers and unmask the illusions as we search for the next chapter together. This is 55 minutes of authentic storytelling, great coffee, and meaningful conversation — 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 acoustic songs.

We’re passionately inclusive here at eleven:eleven, 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, “come as you wish,” non–traditional, and always curious about kindness, justice, our stories, Jesus’ life — and how to do our lives better.

Here’s your invitation to reconnect your spirit without disconnecting your mind. We believe in the universal love of God and your next adventure. Join this growing community and become part of our story — and let’s see where it takes us! #1111FUMCFW

Contact: Tom McDermott | tmcdermott@myfumc.org

open, inclusive, inquisitive

April 14, 2022 in eleven:eleven, Z - Front Page

eleven:eleven Easter Celebration this Sunday!

I hope you are planning to be with us this Sunday, April 17 at the Historic 512. It’s our first eleven:eleven in-person Easter celebration in three years!
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February 3, 2022 in eleven:eleven, Z - Front Page

Snow and The Year of the Tiger

February hallmarks have given me a couple of things to think about on this rare “snow day” in North Texas – in fact, I’ve stumbled upon a transformative opportunity.
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August 4, 2021 in eleven:eleven, Z - Front Page

Missing Venomous Cobra Loose in the Neighborhood!

Let’s look at some ways we can radiate love as a daily spiritual practice, where even the “snakes” in our midst.
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July 22, 2021 in eleven:eleven, Worship, Worship, Z - Front Page

Truth and What We Make Space For…

In this age of truthiness and an increasingly uncomfortable relationship between politics and religion, and the truth claims politicians make in the name of religion, maybe like me you sometimes find it difficult to know what to believe.
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