All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner!

The youth will be hosting a fundraiser “all you can eat spaghetti dinner” on January 30th at 5:00 pm to help raise funds for their upcoming trip to Alpine. The prices are: $25/Family $10/Adult $5/kids under 12   Come and support the youth of FVUMC in this fundraising effort!

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Souper Bowl Sunday!

“Lord, even as we watch the Super Bowl Football Game, help us be mindful of those without even a bowl of soup to eat.”  This was the single line in the pastoral prayer that started the grassroots youth movement known as the “Super Bowl of Caring.”  Since its beginning in...

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Re-Digging the Wells of Gospel Swamp

For much of January, Pastor Glen will preach a series of sermons entitled “Re-digging the Wells of Gospel Swamp.”  Starting January 10th, come and hear messages that focus on the historic revival tradition in our area called “Gospel Swamp.”  In the earliest years of settlement in what is now Fountain...

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UMM Planning Meeting

The UMM hosted their 2016 planning meeting on January 9th at 8:30 am in Room 205.  Thanks for joining us in the fellowship and planning for this great organization for 2016!

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The Man in the Mirror

Are you leading an unexamined life? The first step to knowing God’s plan for our lives is the commitment to see ourselves as we really are. Several men in our church are starting a study in January titled “The Man In The Mirror” based on a book written by Patrick Morley....

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Come Celebrate Pastor Don Boger

This coming Sunday, January 10th, will be the last “official” Sunday that Pastor Don will be with us as our Worship Pastor. Come and worship with Pastor Don and the congregation this Sunday at 10:30 AM, followed by a joyous reception in his honor. Let’s show Pastor Don just how...

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Be It Resolved

The older I get, the more I realize that I am my harshest critic!  Oh sure, I put that critical nature on others, thinking that they are “judging me” when in reality they don’t actually notice my faults, at least not nearly as much as I do myself.  If I...

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Christmas Eve Candlelight Service: 5:00 pm

Our Christmas Eve service this year will be a special time for families of all configurations.  There will be carols, of course, and the Christmas story as told by the Peanuts characters.  Activities for the children and the joint FVUMC and SCC choir will make an appearance, too!  Lighting candles...

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We’ve a Story to Tell

 It is difficult not to be depressed about the events going on in the world right now. As I write this, the news is heavy with conflict in the Middle East, refugees fleeing war-torn areas of Syria, and Turkey and Russia considering military options against one another. It is a...

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