Join Planet Church in reading Barbara Kingsolver’s Flight Behavior during February. On February 23rd a forum devoted to discussing this thought-provoking book will be held after church in the Fireside Room. A light lunch will be served. Barbara Kingsolver uses a mysterious visitation of monarch butterflies to the rural Appalachian
Global Missions Committee will be selling Palestinian olive oil and other products on February 23 in Collins. The olive oil is produced by the Canaan Fair Trade Association cooperative and is organic, cold-pressed, and extra virgin. Profits from the sales are given to United Methodist projects in Palestine. FUMC recently
Are you a secret bass player? Did you once play in a garage/school/rock band? Well…. we’d like to know who you are. The Music Committee is compiling a list of people who might be willing and able to provide assistance, of a temporary nature, with music as we expand our worship
Oregon Interfaith Power and Light (OIPL, a project of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon) has scheduled its annual Earth Care Summit, titled Breath of Life: Earth’s Atmosphere, on January 27th at the First Christian Church, 1314 SW Park Ave, from 5:00 to 9:00pm.
How do we live out a call to reconciliation and inclusion, individually and as a congregation, when the United Methodist Church sometimes seems headed in the opposite direction?
Stephen Ministry invites anyone at FUMC to attend an information meeting about suicide prevention, Tuesday, December 17, 7:00 to 8:00 in Room 160. Morgan Leets, training coordinator for Lines for Life, will answer questions about suicide, such as: What signs that a person is contemplating suicide can you watch for?
On December 15th the Chancel Choir will be singing “Shepherd Story” and “African Noel” for worship! Be sure to come to hear the story of how the shepherds learned from the angel that they should go to Bethlehem. Once there, they found the baby lying in a manger with Mary