This Wednesday, April 4 – Session 6 of 6, “Life Difficult Questions”. Dinner served at 6 pm in the CLC. Teaching and discussion follows at 6:45 in the sanctuary. This is the closing session of this series with the topic, “How Can I Ever Change?” Be watching for announcements on upcoming topics and opportunities. What[…]
Won’t you join us throughout Easter Week at First United Methodist Church and invite a friend: Palm Sunday, March 25, 9 am worship including the palm processional Christ in the Passover – A Model Seder Supper, Wednesday, March 28, 7 pm Community Good Friday Service, March 30, 7 pm, at First Christian Church Sunrise Service,[…]
Everyone in the area is invited to a special Holy Week presentation, “Christ in the Passover” at First United Methodist Church, next Wednesday, March 28, 7 pm. We are so pleased to once again welcome Mr. Ofer Levy, a missionary from Jerusalem with Jews for Jesus, who will follow up last year’s powerful and impressive[…]
Tonight, Feb. 28: Dinner served beginning at 6 pm in the CLC – all are welcome. Current study series “Life’s Difficult Questions” continues with a video teaching at 6:45 in the sanctuary followed by group discussion, wrapping up by 8 pm. Tonight’s topic: “What If I’ve Failed?”
Luke 5:1-11 1 One day as Jesus was standing by the Lake of Gennesaret, with the people crowding around him and listening to the word of God, 2 he saw at the water’s edge two boats, left there by the fishermen, who were washing their nets. 3 He got into one of the boats, the[…]
Join one of the new Bible study groups for fellowship and learning during the season of Lent. NEW SERIES BEGINNING SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18 – God’s Answers to Life’s Difficult Questions Topics include: How Can I Cope with Stress? How Can I Rebound from Failure? How Can I Be Confident in a Crisis? How Can I Live above[…]
Martinsville Community Lenten Lunches, Thursdays during Lent, beginning this week, February 15, 11:30 am at Sexton Hall, St. Martin’s Church, 1709 E. Harrison St. This week First United Methodist will be hosting the meal and bringing the devotional message, concluding by 12:30.
Ashes and Communion will be offered at a time of your choosing during early morning or midday. The short service will be no longer than 10 minutes, but you may remain in the sanctuary as long as you like for meditation and prayer at the beginning of your Lenten season. 6:30, 7:00, 7:30 or 8:00[…]
We are having worship at 9 am in spite of the tricky weather conditions. Use your own judgment and be on the safe side. Hope you can make it safely.