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

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October 1, 2020 in eleven:eleven, Worship, Worship, Z - Front Page

Knowing yourself for real, with Sonja Bomhoff and Elizabeth Wills

Sometimes it takes a crisis (a crisis of faith, of relationship, of conscience, of disconnection) to open up the familiar in order to reveal something more authentic and healing in the unfamiliar.
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September 17, 2020 in eleven:eleven, Worship, Worship, Z - Front Page

The greatest joy in life? And Austin singer/songwriter Erin Ivey!

“What is the greatest joy in life?” John asked me after soundly beating me during one of our annual games of racquetball. I figured it was a trick question, so I joked, “A double cheeseburger with a plate of onion rings and a beer?”
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September 11, 2020 in eleven:eleven, Worship, Worship, Z - Front Page

This Sunday, a new series with Rev. Linda and other Guests

This Sunday, I am beginning a new series entitled, “Peace in the Broken: Living with the Question.” How might questions widen our faith in ways that connect us more deeply with our lives, with life around us, and with the very source of our being?
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September 2, 2020 in eleven:eleven, Worship, Worship, Z - Front Page

Laboring with Love in a Time of COVID-19

This is “Labor Day Sunday,” and our reality is decidedly different in CoVid/2020 — our encounters with others significantly more limited, socially distanced, and mostly masked. We’re all a little more anxious, and life much more unpredictable.
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