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Our Monthly Newsletter

March 2014

April 2014 issue is here!

 
Wednesday Night Dinners
Make your weekly dinner reservation online or call the office.
 

Holy Week Services

Join us as we journey with Jesus to the cross.

Maundy Thursday, April 17 - Communion Service, 7 p.m.

Good Friday, April 18 - Choir Presents Faure Requiem, 7 p.m.

Easter Sunday, April 20 - All services in the sanctuary, 8:30, 9:45 & 11 a.m.

Childcare is provided for all services.

Great Day of Service
April 26
                                                        

 

From cleaning to sorting, to painting and constructing there is a place for you to reach out and serve in the community as we strive to "do all the good we can, by all the means we can, in all the ways we can, in all the places we can, to all the people we can, as long as ever we can."  Our service day will begin at 8 a.m. with breakfast and communion at the church before we head out to our work sites.  Most jobs should be completed between 12 and 2 p.m.  Look for sign-up tables on Sunday mornings or contact Diane Martin at 770-461-0789 or mart3777@bellsouth.net.

Click here for a project list and registration form.

Registration deadline is Sunday, April 20.

We will also be collecting items for kits which will be donated to UMCOR.  Kits may be complete or you may provide contents to help create kits. Sewing kits, health kits and school kits will be shipped to the UMCOR Depot. 


Click here for a list of items for each kit. Please place donations in the Welcome Center and the Family Life Center by Saturday, April 26.  Monetary donations will also be accepted to purchase contents and help with the shipping costs.
 

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Miss a Sunday morning?  Want to relisten to a sermon?  Click here to subscribe to the Sermons @ Fayetteville First UMC podcast on itunes.

Forty Days For the Kingdom 

 
The Lenten journey began Wednesday, March 5, with Lenten Lunch and speaker Rev. Mark Westmoreland and our Ash Wednesday Service.

Lenten Lunches — Fellowship and contemplation continue each Thursday throughout Lent at noon in the Fellowship Hall as the speakers present"Easter from the Back Side" by J. Ellsworth Kalas. Nursery available by reservation each Monday before event.
  • March 13: Sandra Watson, Friendship Circle
  • March 20: Bill Slagle, Marie Lamb Circle
  • March 27: Ed Steil, Ethel Taylor Circle
  • April 3: Dave Lee, Promise Circle
  • April 10: Rev. Kristin Heiden, Mary Martha Hope Circle
  • April 17: Harold Benefield, Joy/Bethany Circles

Lenten Study — Four-week study continues with Rev. Mark Westmoreland, Wednesdays, 6:15 p.m.

Lenten Offering — Help those in need by collecting an offering to present on Easter morning to benefit our 2014 Stop Hunger Now event.

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Check out the Recreation page for information on various fitness classes offered.


 

Experience Sunday Morning

8:30 a.m. in the sanctuary   9:45 a.m. Sunday School    9:45 a.m. in the chapel
11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary

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With roots that run deep in Fayette County history, our church continues to grow in membership and, more importantly, in the love and service of Jesus Christ. Grateful for our heritage and excited about the future, we believe the faces of our congregation should reflect the faces of our community and that, together, we are the Body of Christ in God’s world. As you explore this website, our prayer is that you and your family will find home here at Fayetteville First.

Legacy Brick Project

 
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Become a part of FFUMC history. Honor, remember or thank someone by placing an inscribed brick in the courtyard.
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