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All-Church Picnic – August 7

IMG_3676websizeWe will need lots of volunteers to help set up!

Save the Date for our Annual All-Church Potluck Picnic…Sunday, August 7!

The church will provide meat, buns, and condiments. Please plan to bring a side dish if your last name begins with A-L and a dessert if your last name begins with M-Z.

Sunday School Schedule

Adult and Children/Youth Sunday School classes will NOT meet on Sunday, May 29. June 12 will be the last Adult Sunday School class until the fall.

Sunday School Party

sunshine2Can you believe it’s almost summertime?!? We’ll be ending Children & Youth Sunday School for the school year with a big party on the 3rd Floor on Sunday, June 12 at 9am.  All ages are welcome to join us.  You won’t want to miss this!

Pride + Faith June Potluck

hawaiian-hibiscus-1402209Saturday, June 18 at 11 AM

It’s time to gather again for our monthly Pride + Faith Potluck. We’re an LGBTQ group who meets for fellowship once a month and welcomes anyone who wants to join in on some good food and conversation.

Janko Fabis and Chris Roxas have graciously offered to host this month. We’ll be meeting in the community room at The Klee. Since we’re approaching summer and thinking of those sunny skies we’ll do a “Hawaiian” theme. (We also hear that Chris makes a great pulled pork!)

Please bring a dish to share. If you’d like, use the guide below to help decide what to bring 🙂

Last names:
A – F: Drinks / Sides
G – K: Proteins
L – Z: Appetizer or Dessert

Is the Church Still Standing?

MOE-SHARON-104Rev. Sharon Moe’s Sermon Reflecting on the United Methodist General Conference, preached at First United Methodist Church on Sunday, May 22, 2016.

Two weeks ago, before General Conference began, the bulletin for today’s service was developed, the opening song, “And Are We Yet Alive,” was chosen. So much was at stake in this General Conference, and none of us had any idea of where we would end up when it was over. And so, my sermon title was a genuine question: Is the Church Still Standing? Read More