Next90 is about building the foundation for our next 90 years of ministry, leadership, and service in Fort Worth.
December 9 | 12:30 – 1:00 pm | Sanctuary
On Sunday, December 9 we will have a called Church Conference to vote as a congregation on moving forward with the Next90 capital campaign and more detailed planning.
9:30 & 11:00 am | Sanctuary | Dr. Tim Bruster
“Shepherds Quake at the Sight”
Second in the Advent series Silent Night
7:15 am | Community Breakfast | Wesley Hall
8:30 am | Worship | Chapel | Charme Robarts
9:30 & 11:00 am | Wesley Hall | Rev. Lance Marshall
11:11 am | 512 W. 4th St. | Rev. Tom McDermott
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10:35 am | Chapel | Dr. Len Delony
See You at Church
Robert Stovall, Director of Music & Worship Arts, gives a quick preview of the music offering for this Sunday.
Advent is the preparation for the glorious news that God comes to us — to the world — in the flesh. God truly is with us. On that “silent night,” with its angel proclamations, peasant adoration, and humble beginnings, Emmanuel (meaning “God with us”) is born into this world to usher in a new way of seeing and being that encompasses hope and love and joy and peace. Advent invites us to hold our breath and listen into the silence; to inhale and catch a whiff of some fragrance that enlivens both memory and hope. Advent calls us into to something quite extraordinary.
This year, it just so happens that Christmas Eve is the 200th anniversary of the debut of the beloved carol, “Silent Night.” In observance of this special occasion, FUMCFW will be using the lyrics to this beautiful carol as the basis of our theme throughout the Advent season. As this worship series celebrates the “Silent Night” message during the season of Advent, we invite you to listen for its call as a guide for your life — all year long.
We are forming a new UMW Circle to meet the needs of women who are in their 40s and 50s or thereabout.
Methodist Justice Ministry (MJM) announced that Texas Women’s Foundation has awarded a grant to MJM to provide legal representation and ongoing services to women and their children who have been impacted by family violence and abuse.
Christmas Cheer in Memory of:
Sampson the dog by Kay Watkins
First Street Methodist Mission in Memory of:
Arch Van Meter by Ellen & Robert Rogers
Doris Smith by Dell Smith Wood
Jennifer Drof by Terry & David Klipsch
Patty Grubb by Jeannine and Roy Eaton
Patty Grubb by Kaye Thornton
Patty Grubb by Marty Harman
General Fund in Memory of:
Byron Folse by Cameron Alread, Jr.
Patty Grubb by Carol Harrell
Patty Grubb by Nancy & Jack Fisher
Patty Grubb by Sualice & Raymond Armstrong
Richard Carroll by Sualice & Raymond Armstrong
Music Ministries in Memory of:
Patty Grubb by Anne & David Norris
Next90 in Memory of:
Byron Folse by Beverly Davidson
Byron Folse by Linda & Mark Jennings
Byron Folse by Gloria Strait
Patty Grubb by Kay Watkins
Byron Folse by Mary Shannon
Cornerstone Youth Choir in Honor of:
Landry & Landon Peugh by Marjorie Williams
Landry & Landon Peugh by Nancy & Raymond Carr
General Fund in Honor of:
Dave Alvarado’s 40th Birthday and his leadership as the chair of the Board of Stewards Hospitality Work group by Lisa Helm
Infant Formula Program in Honor of:
Citizens on Patrol Christmas Party by Kay Watkins
Kid’s Hope in Honor of:
Kid’s Hope Mentoring Program by Susanna Circle
Next90 in Honor of:
Dr. Bill Longsworth by Cindy & Warren Stroud
Dr. Tim Bruster by Cindy & Warren Stroud
Want to honor a special person or accomplishment?
Feel moved to make a gift in memory of someone you care about?
Starting the week of September 12th, we will begin four different groups that will take a deep dive into hope. . . four new ways you can connect with others in small groups that are open to everyone through Zoom.