Wednesday Nights at First Church
February 17 | February 24 | March 2 | March 9
Ever longed to have:
- Quiet time just to be still, breathe, and be with God at then end of your workday — a little time and space to shift gears, reflect, and allow yourself some centering calm before beginning your evening?
- Friendly fellowship with your church family in the middle of the week — nothing to bring or prepare, just show up, share a meal, and laugh together?
- More information about a sermon series to prepare you for each week’s opportunity — to explore, learn, and go deeper into the message?
Four evenings at FUMCFW are set aside to help you meet these longings. Come for all or part of each Wednesday night offering:
A Time of Reflection and Communion
5:00 – 6:00 pm | Come and go | Chapel
Take a little time for yourself in this intimate, hourlong come-and-go opportunity for quiet reflection, meditation, prayer, and Communion surrounded by special music from First Church’s celebrated musical artists Rev. Tom McDermott, guitarist, Hans Grim, pianist, and world-class cellist Dace Sultanov in the quiet beauty of Leonard Memorial Chapel.
5:45 – 6:30 pm | Wesley Hall | $5 per person at the door
Enjoy a simple meal with family, friends — and maybe even a few new friends you haven’t met yet — in the congenial atmosphere of Wesley Hall. No reservations necessary — just come on in and bring your friends!
6:30 – 7:30 pm | Room 350 | Led by Dr. Tim Bruster
Dig a little deeper into the Seven Facets of Salvation explored in our “Saving Grace” Lenten sermon series in this special four-part study led by Senior Pastor Dr. Tim Bruster.