FUMCFW Weekly News 3.10.16

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New Sunday Morning Offerings
Dr. Tim Bruster — Salvation is Light in the Darkness

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Holy Week 2016
Additional Lent Studies
Random Acts of Grace

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FUMCFW Children’s Holy Week Services Featured in UMC News!
United Methodist Women Annual Fundraiser: Journey Through Faith 
Baptism 101
April Church Tour

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Final Registration for 2016 Costa Rica Mission Trip


Easter Egg Hunt
Mission Day Camp
Vacation Bible School

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March Mission Sundays: Regular-Sized Hygiene Items


TCU Concert Chorale Performance


Confirmation Retreat
Youth Guys & Girls Weekend
2016 Summer Mission Trip

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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 | Charme Robarts
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!

New Sunday Morning Offerings

The Gathering | 9:30 am | Room 350 | Led by 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.

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

This engaging experience of laughter, storytelling, and message, infused with the music of Elizabeth Wills, Brad Thompson, and the Revolution Band, offers a nontraditional, unorthodox, and transformative 50-minute worship experience. If you’re ready to “reconnect your spirit without disconnecting your mind,” join us Sunday mornings at 9:39 or 11:11 am in Wesley Hall. Discover new insights into radical community, the universal love of God, and living for the healing and transformation of our world. Come casual, bring your family, and join the celebration!

Connections | 10:30 – 11:00 am & noon – 12:30 pm | 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.

Spring Forward 

Don’t forget to set your clocks forward on Saturday night; daylight savings time begins this Sunday!

Tim BrusterSalvation is Light in the Darkness

Dr. Tim Bruster

John 1:1-14, 8:12

Dear Friends,

This Sunday, the fifth Sunday of Lent, we’ll continue our “Saving Grace” Lenten Sermon series with “Salvation is Light in the Darkness.”

The images of darkness and light, blindness and vision, figure prominently throughout scripture. Darkness can be ignorance.  It can be blindness to what’s going on around us. (Jesus says in Mark 8:17-18, “Are your hearts so resistant to what God is doing? Don’t you have eyes? Why can’t you see?”) It can mean being in the dark about who we really are and what our needs are (The book of Revelation addresses the lukewarm Christians of Laodicea, “you say, ‘I’m rich, and I’ve grown wealthy, and I don’t need a thing.’ You don’t realize that you are miserable, pathetic, poor, blind, and naked. My advice is that you buy gold from me that has been purified by fire so that you may be rich, and white clothing to wear so that your nakedness won’t be shamefully exposed, and ointment to put on your eyes so that you may see.”) Darkness can mean threat, fear, uncertainty, hopelessness: it is, to use Isaiah’s words, walking in darkness.

Light is the opposite of what the darkness represents. The imagery of going from darkness to light is about transformation. Darkness is scary and threatening and uncertain, but the hope in God is captured in Isaiah’s words: “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light.” Salvation in this context, then, is light overcoming darkness, truth overcoming ignorance, goodness overcoming evil, caring overcoming apathy, and vision overcoming the failure to see.

John’s Gospel says that Jesus Christ is the Word made flesh and that everything came into being through the Word. The gospel writer says, “What came into being through the Word was life, and the life was the light for all people. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness doesn’t extinguish the light.” A few chapters later, Jesus says, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me won’t walk in darkness but will have the light of life.

In our worship, we’ll center our thoughts on these inspiring words from the gospel of John then listen to Choral Union sing a beautiful setting of these verses.

I look forward to seeing you on Sunday as we explore all the ways in which the light of Christ can overcome the darkness in our own lives and what it means for how we live.

Grace and Peace,




Dr. Tim Bruster,
Senior Pastor

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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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staff_Roger Partridge_150Faith in Action: Our Easter Offering

Roger Partridge

You’ll be receiving a letter soon with information about this year’s Easter Offering. The Easter celebration of our risen Christ gives us the opportunity to share a gift with others less fortunate than ourselves. The gifts for this offering are not for church budgeted items and are considered second mile gifts. Beneficiaries include: First Street Methodist Mission, Methodist Justice Ministry, our international mission trips to Kenya and Costa Rica Ministry, Camperships for children to attend United Community Center’s summer camp, funding for a Lydia Patterson Institute student intern, and my topic from last week’s blog, the Women & Children’s Interim Housing at Presbyterian Night Shelter. Click here to continue reading.

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Lisa HelmGet the Whole Story

Lisa Helm

Would you skip reading a book and just read the last page? When you buy tickets to a concert or a play, do you just show up for the end? Would you just go to the last fifteen minutes of a movie? If your answer is no, then I have to ask “Why would you just go to church on Easter Sunday instead of experiencing all of Holy Week?”

This is the question Rev. Linda McDermott asked a couple of years ago at a staff planning meeting for Lent and it has forever changed the way I look at Easter. Don’t get me wrong, celebrating the rise of Jesus from the dead on Easter Sunday and the forgiveness, rebirth, and God’s saving grace that it represents is pretty amazing and incredibly meaningful. Click here to continue reading.

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Len Delony1Transforming Darkness

Dr. Len Delony

Often when people contrast light and dark, it is thought of as two opposing camps, such as forces of good vs. forces of evil, our better angels vs. that fallen angel, Harry Potter vs. Voldemort. And sometimes it is very important to draw strong, distinct lines between what reflects God’s truth and shining light vs. what only seems to cruelly break down, deceive, and violate in darkness.

But too often when we draw sharp lines, we slip into reactive, dualistic thinking that ramps up more suspicion, fear, and rage, causing us to interpret everything we see through the “fight or flight,” primitive part of our brain. Click here to continue reading.

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Larry GrubbCFI — Church Family Informant

Rev. Larry Grubb

This is such a rewarding ministry. Sometimes people are facing scary illnesses, sometimes they have had a family member or close friend pass away, sometimes there are confusion and memory issues, sometimes they are just lonely and feel forgotten. Often they just want an encouraging word, someone to listen to their stories, someone to hold their hand, have a scripture read or a prayer offered, to be able to know that they still matter.

You can become a part of this vital ministry — be a Church Family Informant!

If you become aware that one of our members moves from their home or a facility to a new and different place to call home, please call or email Rev. Phyllis Barren (pbarren@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5802, and let her know. Click here to continue reading.

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Staff_Burrows, MarkSpring Break AND Spring Forward? I Mean . . . Should We Even Bother Unlocking the Doors?

Mark Burrows

Um . . . yes.

We are actually still having church this Sunday.

Don’t forget to set your clocks forward one hour. (I’m Sorry.)

We’ll brew an extra big pot of Starbucks coffee in room 209. Click here to continue reading.

Click here to read more posts from Mark

Charme RobartsSalvation is Light But You Have to Learn to Walk in the Darkness

Charme Robarts

If you are a fan of the 1987 movie, The Princess Bride, you will remember the line spoken by Inigo Montoya to the comic criminal mastermind, Vizzini, “You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means!” Vizzini was driving everyone crazy by always exclaiming “inconceivable!” even if what he claimed was “inconceivable” was plainly not only conceivable, but happening before his eyes.

We probably use a lot of words that might not mean what we think they mean. Even though Jesus said that people who follow him will never walk in darkness, does that really mean that we shouldn’t figure out how to walk in the dark? Click here to continue reading.

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Why Aren’t You More You? Let’s Get Saved!

Rev. Tom McDermott

Years ago, I participated in a substance abuse prevention conference in Washington, D.C. One of the speakers was a Jewish woman who’d wrestled with addiction for years. She shared her journey to recovery highlighting her struggles with self-esteem, religious shame, and running from her faith. But she also spoke of the surprising places of support and love from friends and strangers that continued to invite her back to herself, to see herself authentically, honestly. And then, in mid-sentence, as if she’d not heard her own words before, she added inquisitively, “My . . . True . . . Self.” She paused a moment, smiled as she raised an apologetic hand and choked back some tears before continuing. Click here to continue reading.

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Saving Grace: Seven Facets of Salvation

Lent is a time of preparing ourselves for the coming of Easter. For the past few years, First United Methodist Church has focused on a particular theme intended to help our congregation center on a particular avenue for reflection and self-examination. This year’s theme is “Saving Grace,” a seven-week exploration of some of the many facets that compose our understanding of the concept of salvation. It is a fundamental component in the Christian faith, yet many have a limited way of understanding and experiencing it.

Each week, we will explore one facet of a way of understanding and experiencing salvation. We will do this in sermons, blog posts, prayer stations, lessons, and a weekly online devotional guide. The facets on which we will focus are: Salvation is 1) this-worldly, 2) being set free, 3) a banquet, 4) returning home, 5) light in the darkness, 6) being saved from sin, and 7) life. The series will conclude on Easter Sunday.

Holy Week 2016

Palm Sunday

Sunday, March 20
“Salvation is Being Saved from Sin”
9:30 & 11:00 am | Sanctuary | Dr. Tim Bruster

Our understanding of sin so often limits our experience of grace. What is the relationship between our understanding of salvation and our calling to (in the words of John Wesley) “go on to perfection in this life”? This service will include music from our children’s choir, Cornerstone Youth Choir, and Chorale Union.

Maundy Thursday Service

Thursday, March 24
7:00 pm | Sanctuary | Rev. Linda McDermott

This service of worship will move us through remembering the evening on which Jesus gathered with his disciples for their final meal together. We will begin with a beautiful service of worship in the Sanctuary, proceed to a beautiful and moving experiential service of Holy Communion in Wesley Hall, and conclude with an inspirational gathering in the Garden. Special music featuring soprano Rainelle Krause will complement this meaningful service.

Children’s Maundy Thursday Dinner & Service

Thursday, March 24
“What Does Maundy Mean?”
5:30 pm | Dinner | Room 350
6:15 pm | Worship | Leonard Memorial Chapel

In this unique Maundy Thursday service for children, kids will experience a foot washing ritual, receive Communion, and hear the Bible story as they walk with Jesus on his final night. Donations for dinner accepted but not required.

Good Friday Services

Friday, March 25
Noon | Chapel | Rev. Linda McDermott
7:00 pm | Sanctuary | A meditative service of word and music

At noon, the Chapel sets the tone for this beautiful and meditative time of worship. Hymns, prayers, and a brief meditation will guide us through experiencing this deeply moving day in the Christian year.

At 7:00 pm, renew your spirit as you prepare for the glory of Easter through this beautiful and moving Good Friday service in the Sanctuary. The elite Adoramus Choral Ensemble will present “Mary Speaks,” a service of Lenten Lessons and Choral Music including choral repertoire from jazz, spiritual, late romantic, and contemporary genres, featuring works by Gawthrop, Lauridsen, Nix, Pieper, and Dubois under the direction of Robert Stovall.

Children’s Good Friday Dinner & Service

Friday, March 25
“Why Do We Call It Good?”
5:30 pm | Dinner | Justin Building, Asbury Room
6:15 pm | Worship | Wesley Hall

In this very thoughtful Good Friday children’s service, we encourage families to experience together one of the most important, yet challenging, stories of our faith. Offering this story in child-appropriate ways, through scripture and shadow theatre, this service presents the story of Jesus’ final day. Children will receive prayer cords, and families will sing and pray together in this powerful yet peaceful evening service. Donations for dinner accepted but not required. 

Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, March 26
10:00 am – 1:00 pm | Lyle Lodge
7179 Peden Road | Azle, Texas 76020

Enjoy pony rides, petting zoo, face painting, butterfly release — and more! Complimentary sliders and tacos available from the Easy Slider and Taco Food Trucks. For more information click here, or contact Elizabeth Marshall (emarshall@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5086. In case of inclement weather, please check our website.

Easter Sunday

Sunday, March 27
“Salvation is Life”
8:00, 9:30, & 11:00 am | Sanctuary | Dr. Tim Bruster

On this glorious Sunday morning Dr. Bruster will culminate his”Saving Grace” sermon series with a perhaps different twist on our understanding of eternal life that begins now and extends beyond death. Just as Jesus breathed life into his disciples following resurrection, on this Easter Sunday we will be invited to experience new life breathed into us. Resurrection is about salvation right now, your present grand possibility of new life.

This will be an exuberant worship experience with special choral and instrumental presentations by Fifth Street Brass and Choral Union including “O Clap Your Hands” composed by Ralph Vaughan Williams, Rene Clausen’s “At the Name of Jesus,” and “Glory” composed by Rimsky-Korsakov and arranged by Terry Price.

Click here for a complete list of Lenten opportunities
Click here to download a printable version of the Lent Weekly

Additional Lent Studies

Click here to learn more and register online
or register in the Main Office: Weekdays | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm OR Sundays | Between services

Men’s In-Depth Bible Study

Tuesdays | 7:00 – 8:00 am | Room 154
Led by Fred Cantu and other leaders
“Mere Christianity: History, Meaning, and Relevance” by C.S. Lewis

Women’s Bible Study

February 10 – March 23
Wednesdays | 9:30 – 11:00 am | Room 154
Led by Rev. Phyllis McDougal Barren
Book available for $7 in the Main Office | Registration required
“The Gift of New Creation” by Thomas Ehrich

Tapestry Women’s Class Lent Study

February 14 – March 20
Sundays | 9:30 am | Room 313
Book available for $13 in the Main Office
“24 Hours That Changed the World” by Adam Hamilton

Quest Class Lent Study

February 14 – March 20
Sundays | 11:00 am | Room 333
“John: The Gospel of Light and Life” by Adam Hamilton

Thursday Theologians Study & Discussion Group

March 3 – April 14
Thursdays | 9:15 – 11:00 am | Room 350
Led by Rev. Linda McDermott | Registration required
“The Once and Future Bible: An Introduction to the Bible for Religious Progressives” by Gregory C. Jenks

Lent16_Acts of Grace_HSRandom Acts of Grace

This season of Lent, we invite you to participate in a project we’re calling “Random Acts of Grace,” sponsored by FUMCFW Compassion & Justice Ministries. Here’s how it works: Each day of Lent (February 10 – March 26), we will post a Random Act of Grace on Facebook and Twitter. (Be sure to “like” our page and “follow” us on Twitter so you’ll get these posts daily!) Our challenge to you (and please share with your friends!) is to look around and see if you can find an example of someone doing a Random Act of Grace, anywhere in the world. You may want to do some of these acts yourself, or you may be content to merely notice them in the world around us. Once you have located an example, either take a picture or short video with your phone, find an image that portrays it online, or simply describe it in your own words. All examples count! Post your examples to our Facebook or Twitter, or email them to us at communications@myfumc.org.

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foot-washing-childrenFUMCFW Children’s Holy Week Services
Featured in United Methodist Communications News!

This past week a major story about a rising trend toward offering Children’s Holy Week services appeared in United Methodist Communications online news, and guess who was featured prominently, including a very sweet picture of our Holman family in the Maundy Thursday foot washing portion of this special service tuned especially to children?

“Not a lot of churches are doing Children’s Holy Week services, but a lot of them are exploring it,” says Mark Burrows, Director of Children’s Ministries. Last November when Mark presented his Holy Week Children’s Services model and especially the Good Friday Service to the National Children’s Ministries Forum in Little Rock Arkansas, he offered his scripts to every participant in attendance. Since then, he says that each and every one of them has requested a script for one or all of these services, and as word has spread, he still gets about one request a week from someone who has heard about his presentation and offer. “I am excited about this response,” he adds, “because I think it means that more people are realizing the importance of creating an environment where it’s safe for children and families to explore some of the more challenging parts of the Great Story.”

To view this story in the UMC News, click here. And be sure to high-five our Mister Mark next time you see him for putting FUMCFW Children’s Ministries in this national limelight!

UMW Apr16_HSUnited Methodist Women Annual Fundraiser:
Journey Through Faith

Tuesday, April 5
Auction & Dinner
6:00 pm | Ridglea Country Club
Chet Garner of the PBS series, The Day Tripper

Wednesday, April 6
Raffle & Luncheon
10:30 am | Ridglea Country Club
Guest speaker Donna VanLiere, NY Times and USA Today bestselling author

Click here to learn more and purchase tickets online!

Tickets also on sale in the Welcome Center each Sunday, February 21 – March 20. For complimentary childcare, please contact Paula Wagstaff (pwagstaff@myfumc.org) by Sunday, March 20.

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Baptism 101

Sunday, April 3
Offered the first Sunday of every month
11:00 am | Room 230 | Led by Rev. Linda McDermott | 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.

FUMCFW Church PhotoApril Church Tour

Sunday, April 3
Immediately after 11:00 am worship | Meet at front of Sanctuary

Want to find a Sunday School class, learn about our Library, Television Ministry, Children’s Ministries, and more? Join our tour of the building on Sunday, April 3. Meet Dianne Fisher at the front of the Sanctuary immediately following the 11:00 am Worship Service.

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

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Costa Rica_HSFinal Registration for 2016 Costa Rica Mission Trip

Sunday, March 13
10:30 – 11:00 am | Room 330

Please join us to learn more about the 2016 Costa Rica Mission Trip (July 1 – 11). This will be your final opportunity to receive information and sign up with our group. You will have an amazing experience serving others as we work and worship together, lead the Vacation Bible School sessions with the children, view the spectacular rainforests, and build meaningful new relationships with others. For more information, contact Rev. Chuck Graff (cgraff@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5065.


Easter Egg Hunt16_HSEaster Egg Hunt

Saturday, March 26
10:00 am – 1:00 pm | Lyle Lodge
7179 Peden Road | Azle, Texas 76020

Enjoy pony rides, petting zoo, face painting, butterfly release — and more! Complimentary sliders and tacos available from the Easy Slider and Taco Food Trucks. For more information click here, or contact Elizabeth Marshall (emarshall@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5086. In case of inclement weather, please check our website.

Mission Day Camp_LogoMission Day Camp

June 13 – 17
Lyle Lodge | Children entering grades 3 – 6
$125 per child before May 30, $160 after

Click here to learn more and register!

Click here to sign up to be a youth volunteer!

VBS16 LogoVacation Bible School

July 11 – 15
9:00 am – noon | Meet in Wesley Hall
Children ages 3 years through 6th grade

$15 per child before 6.7, $30 after
Registration closes 7.5 at midnight
Click here to learn more and register

VBS Celebration Sunday

Sunday, July 17

11:00 am | Sanctuary

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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Mar15 Mission Sunday_HS1March Mission Sundays: Regular-Sized Hygiene Items

During the month of March, please bring regular-sized hygiene items to:
First Street Methodist Mission | Monday – Thursday | 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
OR in the donation bins at the West, East, & Garden entrances | Sunday mornings

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

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


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Sunday, March 20
2:30 pm | Sanctuary

Concert Chorale is an auditioned mixed ensemble of 50 – 60 singers whose mission is to represent Texas Christian University with the finest of choral singing. The ensemble’s extensive repertoire includes choral/orchestral and chamber masterworks, as well as a cappella and keyboard accompanied literature from all stylistic eras. On Sunday, March 20, under the direction of Dr. Christopher Aspaas, Director of Choral Activities and Associate Professor of Music at TCU, Concert Chorale will perform choral literature of Lent and Passion themes at 2:30 pm in the Sanctuary. Janet Pummill, pianist/accompanist of the TCU Concert Chorale and former organist at FUMCFW, will accompany the ensemble on the Anne S. and Henry B. Paup Sanctuary Pipe Organ as they sing “Rejoice in the Lamb” by Benjamin Britten and other works. Please join us for this spectacular performance by Fort Worth’s own TCU Concert Chorale!

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


Sixth Grade Confirmation_HSConfirmation Retreat

April 8 – 10
6:00 pm Friday – noon Sunday
Glen Lake Camp & Retreat Center | $80
Click here to register!

The end-of-year confirmation retreat is a special time to connect more deeply with God and with the friends we have made over the year. The activities include all of the final preparations for the Confirmation Worship Service, including: writing our class Affirmation of Faith, doing a special project that will be used during our Confirmation service, working together on some team-building challenges, and more! We’ll also have the chance to spend some special time with our Senior Pastor, Dr. Bruster, and ask him our questions about God, faith, and church. Casey will provide a packing list, itinerary, and more details via email. Please be on the lookout! For more information, contact Rev. Casey Orr (corr@myfumc.org) at 817/339-5067.

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Youth Guys & Girls Weekend

Friday, April 1 – Sunday, April 3
Justin Building & Purtis Creek State Park
Friday | 6:00 pm | Guys meet at Justin Building
Saturday | 10:00 am | Girls meet at Justin Building
$30 | Register by 3.13
Click here to register!

Come and join us for our Guys & Girls Weekend. The guys will be camping at Purtis Creek State Park, and the girls will be having a girls’ day playing in downtown Fort Worth and a sleepover in the Justin. It will be a fantastic weekend for rest, devotion/prayer, and lots of fun with friends! Both groups will be back and ready in time for Sunday School on Sunday, April 3, and can be picked up afterward. Don’t miss out!

KansasCity_22016 Summer Mission Trip

June 19 – 24
Kansas City, MO | $225 for students | $75 for adults
Grades 7 – 12  (In the 2015 – 2016 school year)
Click here to register!

We’ll be going up to Kansas City this summer from June 19 – 24 for our youth mission trip, which is open to all youth grades 7 – 12. We’ll be spending the week working in the city, worshipping together, and having fun. Youth have to be able to be there the entire week.

Questions? Contact Brenda Kegans (bkegans@myfumc.org) at 817/339-3888.

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

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First Street Methodist Mission in Honor of:
Pat & Arch Van Meter’s 60th Wedding Anniversary by Deborah Sanford


Food 4 Kids in Memory of:
Dorothy Hortenstine by The Nature Conservancy


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