FUMCFW Weekly News 8.26.16

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Dr. Tim Bruster — Are You Paralyzed by The Past?
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Pathway to Peace Interfaith Symposium
September UMW Luncheon: Our Sacred Place
Louisiana Flood Relief
Build More with Habitat for Humanity
Baptism 101

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September United Methodist Women Luncheon
Cooper Lake State Park Outdoor Retreat
Wesleyan Adventurers Taste of Texas Tour
Fit First Running Group

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Third Grade Bible Retreat & Presentation

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August Mission Sundays
August School Supply Drive
Habitat for Humanity Fall Fellowship Builds
Fill Backpacks for Food 4 Kids
North Texas Giving Day


Singing Men of First Church


New Confirmation Family Orientation

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Traditional Worship | 9:30 & 11:00 am | Sanctuary | Dr. Tim Bruster

DiscipleChurch | 7:20 am | Community Breakfast | Wesley Hall
8:30 am | Chapel | Andrew Mochrie
9:30 am | Discussion Groups

Chapel Communion | 10:35 am | Chapel | Dr. Len Delony

nine:thirty-nine | eleven:eleven celebration | 9:39 & 11:11 am | Wesley Hall | Rev. Tom McDermott

Click here to view and download PDFs of our worship bulletins, posted weekly as soon as details are finalized!

Tim Bruster“Are You Paralyzed by the Past?”

Dr. Tim Bruster

Matthew 9:1-8

Fourth Sermon in the Series: “Questions We Should Answer”

Dear friends,

As far as we know, no other creature has anything close to the capacity of human beings to hold in our minds past, present, and future. We are like the Roman god Janus, the god of past and present, who is depicted as having two faces — one facing forward, the other facing backward. We can only live in the present, of course, but we hold past and future together in our minds. One of the critically important aspects of our life and our faith is dealing adequately — in a life-giving way — with the past, the present, and the future. My focus in Sanctuary worship this Sunday, as I continue my series entitled “Questions We Should Answer,” is the past and how we deal with it.

Matthew 9:1-8 is the account of the healing of a man who was paralyzed. Friends brought him on a cot to Jesus, and when Jesus saw their faith he said to the man, “Be encouraged, my child, your sins are forgiven.” Some legal experts murmured among themselves, “This man is insulting God.”

Jesus responded, “Which is easier — to say, ‘Your sins are forgiven,’ or to say, ‘Get up and walk’?” Jesus then said to the man who was paralyzed, “Get up, take your cot, and go home.” The man got up and went home.

As I read this text, I have to wonder what it was in his past that paralyzed him. Why was he stuck? We don’t know, of course. All we know is that forgiveness allowed him to get up and go home. The question we should answer is, “Are you paralyzed by the past?” That paralysis or partial paralysis can come from regrets, guilt, shame, past success, the “good ol’ days,” emotional scars, grudges, disappointments, and much more. Are you paralyzed by the past?

I look forward to worship with you on Sunday. We’ll share the sacrament of communion and hear again Jesus’ words spoken to his disciples as he shared the cup with them: “Drink from this, all of you; this is my blood of the new covenant, poured out for you and for many for the forgiveness of sins.” Perhaps it will be a time when you really hear those words of grace and are able to leave something at the Lord’s table, get up, and walk in newness of life.

Grace and Peace,




Dr. Tim Bruster
Senior Pastor

 Other Sunday Morning Offerings

The Gathering | 9:30 am | Room 350 | Rev. Lance Marshall

This new and different First Church Sunday morning offering led by Rev. Lance Marshall offers a casual and relevant opportunity for prayer, study, topical exploration, and high-spirited connection free from typical worship or Sunday School structures.

Connections | 10:30 – 11:00 am & noon – 12:30 pm | Garden & Wesley Hall

Each Sunday, Wesley Hall will be set up and ready to offer members, visitors, and guests from all our different Sunday morning worship and study opportunities a chance to visit, grab a cup of coffee, and enjoy a Sunday morning treat.

Teachers & Topics Web HeaderClick here to see classes meeting this Sunday, August 28

Every Sunday morning, groups of adults meet in FUMCFW Sunday School classes to enhance their spiritual growth and enjoy fellowship with other Christians. We have classes for a variety of demographic groups, with many different class personalities and styles.

Visit the Adult Sunday School page to learn more!

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Robert StovallGET READY!

Robert Stovall

After this past Wednesday’s rehearsal with Choral Union, I immediately wanted to share with you the many wonderful presentations our music programs are currently preparing for our congregation. We have hit the road running with preparing several different presentations for the month of September. These performances are preceded by the upcoming August 28 worship service presentation of Ola Gjeilo’s (pronounced Yay-lo) “Sacred Heart” (Ubi Caritas III). This choral selection is accompanied by four outstanding professional string musicians from the Fort Worth Symphony. I promise you will be moved spiritually by the composer’s incredible ability to create an ethereal effect for the service. Click here to continue reading. 

Let Music Live!

Where were you fifteen years ago on September 11, 2001? This date changed our history and certainly changed our lives. It’s a day that most of our nation reflects, reacts, and renews a commitment to our country and our way of life. It is with this thought that I remind you of our 9/11 service and the powerful presentation of the Singing Men of First Church! This men’s ensemble will present two stirring renditions that will hopefully remind us of the bravery and determination required to keep us free as well as an awakening of renewed spirit for life. “Wherever emptiness is found, let there be joy and glorious sound!” This is an excerpt from “The Awakening,” a stirring rendition that reminds us of the never-ending, never-dying spirit we have for life. Click here to continue reading.

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Chuck Graff2Interfaith Symposium This Sunday

Rev. Chuck Graff

This Sunday is a very important day for our diverse faith communities and others who will be coming to Wesley Hall at 3:00 pm for our “Pathway to Peace” Interfaith Symposium. Our topic is creating peace, understanding, and unity rather than divisiveness through presentations and dialogue as leaders share the beliefs and teachings of our Jewish, Muslim, and Christian faith traditions based on scriptures and traditions.

A very important aspect of this symposium is that we will hear directly from clergy leaders regarding these beliefs. Click here to continue reading.

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Lance Marshall3The kind of friends who would go to the Upside Down for you . . .

Rev. Lance Marshall

I finished “Stranger Things” Monday night. If you haven’t seen it yet, do it! Anyone who grew up with a stack of tattered VHS tapes around their television will experience a heavy dose of nostalgia. The obvious twists and turns of the story sucked Elizabeth and me in from the first episode, but as the story developed I found myself deeply engaged with the friendships in the show.

“Stranger Things” revolved around friendships. Some were old (the four boys, Nancy, and Barb). Others were new (Nancy and Jonathan, Hopper and Joyce, the boys and El). Click here to continue reading.

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Jennifer_Stephens_3It’s Not What You Look Like On the Outside . . .

Jennifer Stephens

As I was running this weekend I was discussing the purpose of exercise with a fellow runner. Exercise is about moving and becoming healthy. The goal should not be about what we look like on the outside. It should be about what we look like on the inside. We can be skinny and not be healthy — shocking but true . . .  How is your heart pumping? How is the blood flow to your heart? What are your cholesterol levels? What is your blood pressure? These are the questions we should be asking, not what size of bikini to buy. At a counseling session for her cholesterol blood test results, a lady once said to me, “I am not worried about my weight — I will never wear a bikini!” Click here to continue reading.

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Larry GrubbYou Gotta Have a Sense of Humor

Rev. Larry Grubb

This little tale is about two sisters who lived together and are no longer with us. They had a nice home and the strange thing about their home was “Their Tree.” You see the house was built around a tree, a very large tree, which was more or less in the middle of their living area. Needless to say it was a conversation piece. This illustrates the creativity and sense of humor of two delightful ladies.

But this story has to do with a phone call and a question. I was working on getting birthday information about our homebound family. So a call was made to this home and I don’t remember which sister answered the phone. Click here to continue reading.

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Bringing Salt and Love to the World

Rev. Tom McDermott

A woman calls up her friend. She says, “Becky, l understand you’ve got a new apartment.”

Becky says, “l do. It’s great! Just moved in. Hey, why don’t you come visit tomorrow morning?”

“I’d love to visit,” the friend says. “But you gotta give me directions.”

Becky says, “Great! I live on 1486 Eighty-Sixth Street. You’ll take the train, get off at 86th Street. You’ll see a big apartment complex, 1486. Outside. Click here to continue reading.

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Len Delony1The Ongoing Path of Transformation and Growth

Dr. Len Delony

Come join us this Sunday afternoon, August 28, from 3:00 – 5:00 pm for a “Pathway to Peace” Interfaith Symposium. When we open ourselves to the mystery and Presence of God, there is always something new to discover and share. There probably has never been a greater time of need for respectful dialogue and fresh understanding in our lifetime. Through presentations by leaders of our three common faith traditions, and opportunities to meet and be in fellowship with our neighbors, we can all be part of a common journey where our voices join together to proclaim:

“Let there be Peace on earth. And let it begin with me . . .” Click here to continue reading.

Click here to read more posts from Len

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8.26.16 Baptisms


8.26.16 Members


Barbara Moller
Chuck Mencke
Dorthy Casten
Evelyn Wood
Rev. Gary Lindley
John Harrington
Peggy Von Duynn
Tyler McGuire


Bernie Ostby
Don Sanford, brother of Daniel Sanford

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Pathway to Peace_HSPathway to Peace Interfaith Symposium

Sunday, August 28
3:00 – 5:00 pm | Wesley Hall
Dr. Tim Bruster, Senior Pastor
Harris Zafar, Author, Spokesperson for Ahmadiyya Muslim Community
Brian Zimmerman, Rabbi at Beth-El Congregation

We have invited three excellent speakers to this symposium who will share their faith traditions and perspectives on “How we together can establish peace in our society today” (a much-needed topic for discussion), and it will be a wonderful opportunity for our faith communities and others to hear new information on the true teachings of peace from these faith perspectives.

There is no charge for the event. Refreshments will be served, and child care will be provided upon request. For more information, contact Rev. Chuck Graff (cgraff@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5065.



UMW Sept16_HS2September UMW Luncheon: Our Sacred Place

“We know what takes place in a church on Sunday — it’s the other six days of ministry that often surprise people.”

— Suzy Yowell, Partners for Sacred Places

United Methodist Women (UMW) is excited to kick off another new year with its September Luncheon: Sacred Places. From the first brick to the largest classroom and the top of the bell tower, FUMCFW is a place that we hold sacred. It’s not only where we worship on Sundays — it’s where we come together to love God, serve people, and transform lives each and every day.

Suzy Yowell, Director of the Texas Office of Partners for Sacred Places, knows how much our church means to us. Partners for Sacred Places understands the value of a congregation’s architectural assets, its worth as a faith community, and the significance of its service to the community at large. As the only national advocate for the sound stewardship and active community use of America’s older religious properties, it has helped congregations in all 50 states.

When it comes to a historic house of worship like ours, it’s up to us to keep it sacred. At the September UMW Luncheon, Suzy will share more about Partners for Sacred Places and its dedication to the stewardship and sustainability of historical treasures like our own sacred place here at FUMCFW. JonAnna Reidinger, Vice President of UMW Programs, invites all women to Luncheons & Programs sponsored by UMW, starting with “Sacred Places” in September. Join us on Tuesday, September 6, at 11:30 am in Wesley Hall for lunch and to hear Suzy’s fascinating presentation.

Click here to learn more and make your reservation.

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Louisiana Flood Relief

“Flood Buckets” needed immediately in Louisiana

Southern Louisiana recently received more than four trillion gallons of rainfall — most of it falling within a span of 48 hours. Because the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) Sager Brown Depot has now depleted its supply of cleaning buckets, UMCOR has issued an urgent request for more.

Our Central Texas Conference (CTC) Disaster Response team was quick to provide all the flood buckets that were already made and stored, along with cleaning kits and school kits. The urgent request now is for help refilling these supplies and making them available to UMCOR as more teams help tackle this immense flood relief and cleanup initiative. What can we do to help?

  • Donate online now! While we hope you can sponsor a $50 bucket (or more!), all amounts are welcome.
  • Text your donation! Just text “$50 Louisiana Flood” to 817/241-2327 and it will donate $50 to flood relief. (You must put “Louisiana Flood” after the dollar amount for it to go to flood relief; if you forget this detail your donation will go into the Church’s general operating fund.)

If you’d like to know more about CTC Disaster Response or are interested in joining a response team, please contact Rev. Chuck Graff (cgraff@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5065 for more information.

Fall Habitat_HSBuild More with Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Fall Fellowship Builds
Saturdays | September 17 & 24, October 1 & 8
8:00 am – 3:00 pm | Carver Heights neighborhood, Fort Worth
Ages 18+ | Registration deadline 9.5 | Limit 3 people per day

Our four Fall Fellowship Habitat Builds are right around the corner, and we’re looking for 12 more people to join our FUMCFW team — and all the fun, camaraderie, and feel-good accomplishment that only a Habitat Build can provide. Habitat builds much more than homes — it builds friendships!

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Click here to learn more and sign up.

3.1 Intro To Baptism Class For ParentsBaptism 101

Sunday, September 4
11:00 am | Room 230 | Led by Rev. Casey Orr | Registration required

Baptism 101 must be attended by first-time parents and/or parents whose older children were not baptized in a United Methodist Church. At the class, a pastor will discuss the history, theology, meaning, and responsibility of baptism. We will also go over logistics and steps to scheduling. Not to mention it’s a great chance to meet other young families. It is offered the first Sunday of every month at 11:00 am in Room 230. While the nursery is available during class time, babies and children are more than welcome to join! There is no cost to join the class; however, we do ask that you register online, or by contacting Gayle Ammerman (gammerman@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5091, so that we can prepare accordingly.

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UMW Sept16_HS2September United Methodist Women Luncheon

Tuesday, September 6
11:30 am | Wesley Hall | $15
RSVP by noon on Friday, September 2
“Sacred Places — At the Intersection of Heritage, Faith, and Community”
Suzy Yowell, Texas Office Director of Partners for Sacred Places
Click here to RSVP online now!
All women are invited to Luncheons & Programs sponsored by United Methodist Women!

Click here to RSVP or leave a message on our RSVP line at 469-844-8690. Child care is provided; contact Paula Wagstaff (pwagstaff@myfumc.org) for reservations. Please RSVP and make your child care reservations by noon on the Friday before each Luncheon & Program. We look forward to seeing you there!

Cooper Lake State Park Outdoor Retreat_HSCooper Lake State Park Outdoor Retreat

September 9 – 11
6:30 pm Friday – 10:30 am Sunday
Cooper Lake State Park

Our FUMCFW Outdoor Retreat Ministries have had an outstanding response over the past several years as members and guests of all ages (a real intergenerational experience) have enjoyed retreating to various state parks for spiritual renewal, outdoor activities (nature hikes, biking, fishing, exploring park offerings, bird-watching, reading a good book in peaceful surroundings, and other possibilities), Dutch oven meals and cooking, campfires with s’mores, and meaningful outdoor worship together. Our retreats offer cabins, shelters with amenities, basic shelters, RVs, and tent sites. You will experience wonderful fellowship and a retreat that will truly renew your spirit as you take a break from your busy, urban life to experience God’s beautiful creation in a new way. We invite you to join us at the amazing Cooper Lake State Park, just a two-hour drive from Fort Worth. For more information, contact Rev. Chuck Graff (cgraff@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5065.

WA Taste of Texas_HSWesleyan Adventurers Taste of Texas Tour

Tuesday, November 1 – Friday, November 4
$400 for double occupancy | $550 for single occupancy
Half of total cost due 9.15 | Remaining balance due 10.15
Space limited to 40 participants

Rev. Phyllis Barren will lead the Wesleyan Adventurers on a trip through central and south Texas. The cost will cover chartered coach transportation and three nights at hotels with complimentary breakfasts, as well as visits to the Homestead Craft Village in Waco, the George (H.W.) Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, a tour of two painted churches and two museums in Schulenburg, a classic car museum in San Marcos, and a hand-blown glass studio and gallery in Wimberley. On the way back we will stop in Salado for some shopping and leisure time. For more information or to register, contact Marianne Wilson (mwilson@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5071 or Rev. Phyllis Barren (pbarren@myfumc.org).

Fit First Running Group_HSFit First Running Group

July 23 – December 31
Saturdays | 6:45 – 9:00 am | The Trailhead at Clearfork
4801 Edwards Ranch Road, Fort Worth, TX 76109
Waiver required

Join us for a four-mile out and back route for all levels of runners and walkers. Children and pets are welcome. Start with stretching and end with breakfast and the Farmers Market. Bring water and sunscreen. For more information, contact Jennifer Stephens (jstephens@myfumc.org) at 817/363-3291.

Visit the Adult Ministries page for more information on programs and activities.


Fall Academy_HSFall Children’s Academy Sunday School

Academy begins Sunday, September 11
Click here to register

This Fall we enter the eleventh semester of our Children’s Academy Sunday School for children in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. Children will get to enroll in a class of their choosing. They will be in the same room, with the same teachers, all semester. Some courses are designed for younger elementary (K – 2nd) and some for older elementary (3rd – 5th). While the subject areas are varied, each class will work from the same Bible story and same memory verse each month. By the end of the semester, not only will the children have a better grounding in their faith, but they will develop some real skill in a particular area.

3rd Grade Bible_HSThird Grade Bible Retreat & Presentation

Overnight Retreat | September 16 – 17 | Lyle Lodge | $25 per child
Presentation of Bibles | September 28 | 11:00 am worship | Sanctuary

Third grade is a special year in Children’s Ministries as we celebrate the milestone of gifting children with their very own Bible! This three-day experience begins with an overnight retreat where children learn the importance of using the Bible as a tool in their everyday lives, and will culminate with the special presentation of Bibles that Sunday in the Sanctuary. Click here to learn more and register your third grader!

Visit the Children’s Ministries page for more information on programs and activities.

Visit the FUMC Day School page for more information on programs and activities.

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August Mission Sundays

During the month of August, please bring bottled water to:
First Street Methodist Mission | Monday – Thursday | 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
OR the donation bins at the East, West, & Garden entrances | Sunday mornings

For more information, contact Linda Murphy (lmurphy@firststreetmission.org) at 817/339-2404.

CJM School Supply Drive_HSAugust School Supply Drive

Bring school supplies to First Street Methodist Mission
Monday – Thursday | 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
OR the donation bins at the East, West, & Garden entrances | Sunday mornings

It’s time to start thinking about back to school and how to help children get the best start possible by stocking supply closets at two local elementary schools, supported by various outreach ministries of FUMCFW.

Recommended Items:

24-Count Box of Crayons
Glue Sticks
8 oz. Bottle of School Glue
Blunt-Tip Scissors
Plastic Supply Box
8-Count Washable Markers
#2 Pencils
Pink Erasers
12-Count Colored Pencils
Pocket Folders of Assorted Colors with Brads
70-Page, Wide-Ruled Spiral Notebooks
100-Page Composition Notebooks

Donations can be brought each Sunday and placed in the donation bins at the East, West, & Garden entrances or in the boxes located in each Sunday School classroom. Donations can also be dropped off at First Street Methodist Mission, Monday – Thursday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Fall Habitat_HSHabitat for Humanity Fall Fellowship Builds

Saturdays | September 17 & 24, October 1 & 8
8:00 am – 3:00 pm | Carver Heights neighborhood, Fort Worth
Ages 18+ | Registration deadline 9.5 | Limit 3 people per day

Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Click here to sign up for one of our four upcoming Fall Fellowship Builds with the join code FUMCFW. If you already have an account, log in and click on “Your Account” next to your name. Click “Next,” and then enter the join code FUMCFW. Once registration is complete, you MUST select the day you are volunteering. You will be prompted to read and accept a Liability Waiver online. When sign-up is complete, you will receive a confirmation email with additional information. If you do not receive an email, please contact Jeremy Byrd (jeremy.byrd@trinityhabitat.org).

Food 4 Kids Volunteer_HSFill Backpacks for Food 4 Kids

September ­18, 2016 – May 28
Sundays | Pack backpacks for 1 hour between 9:00 am – noon
First Street Methodist Mission

Food 4 Kids is a ministry of First Street Methodist Mission that sends food home for the weekend for 170 elementary aged children at I.M. Terrell and T.A. Sims Elementary during the school year. Groups of 10 are encouraged to come to First Street Methodist Mission for one hour between 9:00 am and noon, September through May to help pack backpacks. Click here to sign up online now to help fill backpacks! To learn more or to volunteer, please contact Linda Murphy (lmurphy@firststreetmission.org).

NTGD STD_HSSave the Date to Donate on
North Texas Giving Day

Thursday, September 22
6:00 am – midnight
Donate at NorthTexasGivingDay.org

First Street Methodist Mission and Methodist Justice Ministry are taking part in North Texas Giving Day! On September 22, every donation of $25 and above will be multiplied with bonus funds and prizes! Get the most out of your donation to our organizations. First Street Methodist Mission and Methodist Justice Ministry are two vital ministries of the FUMCFW faith community, often working together to share and maximize resources for the benefit of those we serve. Because these are also two distinctly separate entities, your North Texas Giving Day gifts must be designated individually to each ministry. Thank you for all you do to support these vital ministries of our church!

Visit the Compassion & Justice Ministries page for more information on programs and activities.


Singing Men_HS2Singing Men of First Church

Sunday, September 11
9:30 & 11:00 am worship | Sanctuary

Singing Men of First Church Rehearsals

8.31 | 8:00 – 9:00 pm | Choir Room
9.7 | 8:00 – 9:00 pm | Choir Room

The Singing Men of First Church, a choir comprised solely of male voices, will join together once again during the 9:30 and 11:00 am Sanctuary worship services on Sunday, September 11. Men of all ages are welcome, whether you are a member of Choral Union looking for something different, or if you are interested in a short-term choir experience without the commitment of a weekly rehearsal. The Singing Men of First Church will perform under the direction of Robert Stovall, Director of Music & Worship Arts. We will be singing “Who Are the Brave” and “The Awakening” by Martin. For more information, contact Robert Stovall (rstovall@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5074.

Visit the Music Ministries page for more information on programs and activities.


Sixth Grade Confirmation_HSNew Confirmation Family Orientation

Sunday, August 28
9:30 – 10:30 am | Justin Building Gym

At this orientation and information meeting, 6th graders and their parents will receive in-depth information about the school-year program, have an opportunity to ask questions, and meet other families and leaders who will be with you on the journey this year! We hope you join us! For more information, contact Rev. Casey Orr (corr@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5067.

Visit the Youth Ministries page for more information on programs and activities.

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General Fund in Honor of:
Dace Sultanov & eleven:eleven revolution by Susan Wilcox


First Street Methodist Mission in Memory of:
Ed Petrushka by Beverly Maynard
Ed Petrushka by Ellanor & Wayne Maddox

Foundation Memorial Fund in Memory of: 
Ed Petrushka by Mr. & Mrs. William Lee
Ed Petrushka by Paige & Bob Russey

General Fund in Memory of:
Ruben Brown by Doris Jackson

Oates Foundation in Memory of:
Michael Bruster by Laura Kent & Laura Riggs
Michael Bruster by Cecile Montgomery
Michael Bruster by Paige & Bob Russey

Methodist Justice Ministry in Memory of:
Ed Petrushka by Nancy Fisher


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