Ideas for Giving

If you’re like many of us, the recently approved stimulus program that will send $1400 checks to many Americans, presents you with a conundrum: “I don’t really approve of the government spending this kind of money, and/or I don’t really need it!” If the pandemic has hit you hard (loss...

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Let’s Make a Difference!

The UMCOR Special Sunday is on March 14th, and we want to remind you that even though writing a check or putting cash in the offering doesn’t feel exciting, you really ARE making a difference. Your donations to UMCOR on this Special Sunday help: ● Refugees in Clarkston, GA earn...

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Welcome Gerry and Cheryl McDaniel!

This past Sunday, March 7th, we were blessed to receive into Professing Membership Gerry and Cheryl McDaniel. The McDaniel’s come to us by transfer from Hope UMC in Torrance. They live in Stanton. Gerry and Cheryl have been active in the Cal-Pac Renewal group (now the Wesleyan Covenant Association) in...

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The Global Methodist Church Announced

The Transitional Leadership Council, a 17 member team of theologically conservative Methodists, has released information on the Global Methodist Church (www.globalmethodist.org). The council said the new church will officially come into existence when a United Methodist General Conference adopts the implementing legislation for the Protocol for Reconciliation and Grace through Separation. Alternatively, if...

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You’re Invited!

The Fount will once again host the Spring Event for the California-Pacific Wesleyan Covenant Association. Saturday, March 6, 2021 is the date; 10am – 3pm is the time! The main speaker will be the Rev. Carolyn Moore, chairperson of the WCA Global Council and a UM pastor in Georgia. An...

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Our Sister is With Jesus

The church office was notified on Sunday morning that Mercedes “Mercy” Friedrich passed away last Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Mercy has been sick for many of her 95 (almost 96) years! She has had dozens of surgeries. She has suffered much. We rejoice, now, that she is no longer in...

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