Alive! Alive! Jesus is Alive!
We have celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ. How BLESSED we are of the sacrifice HE made for us!
Forgiveness. There is no greater gift!
Thank You to all the “Dream Teamers” who make Sunday mornings even more enjoyable with their smiles and handshakes.
We are excited to welcome — Riley Kieler and Dan and Coletta McLimans to the group. We are blessed to be such a diverse group with many, many talents. For example: Coletta is a great shopper and is already sharing that gift as we are sending care packages to our FUMC College Freshman just in time for finals.
Another thing we are looking forward to is a brunch for new members that have joined FUMC over the past year.
God is Good — All the Time!
Jeff Thomas and “The Dream Teamers”
We will have an All Church Olympics on May 6th during Christian Education time (9:20 to 10:25 AM). We invite and encourage
EVERYONE to participate in fun! Each class will participate in Olympic games. There will be medals (Gold, Silver and Bronze) for each game. Anyone can be a spectator, makes signs and cheer on their favorite athlete. More details to follow soon!
We have scheduled a movie night for April 14th. Concessions will start at 6:00 PM and the movie at 6:30 PM. The feature movie will be “Ferdinand.” This is open to everyone of all ages. Don’t forget to wear your PJ’S, bring your pillow and blanket for a relaxing night.
The March Birthday party at Good Samaritan Center is in the books . . .
Thank you to Marlene E., Marjene L., Kathy F., Donna J. and Kim C. for facilitating bingo and serving cake. Thirteen residents enjoyed
winning and eating delicious Angel Food cake with green cool whip.
Our first quarterly meeting was held on Wed. March 28th. Sue L. and Jackie W. had ‘get to know you’ questions for all of us. Others served a delicious dessert and beverage. Thank You to all who came! A short meeting was held.
We hope more will join us June 27th for our next quarterly meeting.
Look for information online and in the bulletins for a Mother Daughter celebration in May. If we gather enough support we plan to have it the first Saturday in May. Stay tuned …
Enjoy the wonderful Spring upon us.
New Sermon Series
Finding Peace Through Letting Go
Join us for our new series beginning on April 22!
“If your enemies are starving, feed them some bread; if they are thirsty, give them water to drink.”
There is nothing more crippling than holding on to anger. Anger, more than any other emotion, has the power to consume all aspects of our lives, distort our sense of purpose, and destroy our relationship with God.
- Revelation comes when we realize that forgiveness is a gift we give ourselves rather than to someone else.
- Only when we learn to forgive others and ourselves can we truly receive forgiveness from God.