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The first Sunday of every month, we take a special offering during Communion. Cash and checks may be brought to the Communion rail, or you can choose to give through Pushpay  – just make sure to include “Communion Offering” or the name of the organization being donated to in the Memo section.

Our offering for October 1 will go to Booker T. Washington Elementary School. This is our neighborhood school, and one which primarily serves low-income families. We actively participate in the education of these children through reading help and mentoring, and we also support them financially. Please consider giving a little extra this month to help our local children have the best education possible. Contact Georgia Harrison for more information about the school or how you can volunteer your time.

Angel Tree 2017

Posted on Nov 8th, 2017

We are once again participating in the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program! Look for the tree in the office starting  November 19; gifts are due…

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Women’s Ministry Update 2017

Posted on Feb 15th, 2017

A note from Jean Finkler, Women’s Ministries Treasurer: FUMC Women’s Ministries is made up of two groups of women of mixed ages. Fellowship 2…

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“Souper” Bowl Sunday

Posted on Feb 8th, 2017

Thanks to your amazing contributions, FUMCWF donated 1,290 cans of soup to Interfaith! Our idea was picked up by Trinity Lutheran, who donated 40…

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Angel Tree 2016

Posted on Nov 15th, 2016

Thank you to everyone who donated gifts for the Angel Tree. We hope you have a blessed…

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The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is connecting with partners to assess damages and needs resulting from the powerful 8.9-magnitude earthquake and 33-foot-high tsunami that rocked Japan on March 11, 2011.

Participate in this effort by making a donation through UMCOR.  You can be assured that 100% of your donation will help those in need – none will go to administration – as the UMC pays for these expenses.

To learn more about what UMCOR is currently doing,
click here

Offering plates on altar