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We have two services each Sunday*: 8:30 AM is a smaller, more intimate service 11:00 AM is our larger service, which includes a children’s time (for children ages 3 through 2nd grade). Children (ages 3-2nd grade) are then dismissed for children’s church, which occurs in in our social hall (Cokesbury Hall). Holy communion is offered the […]
All youth (ages 7th-12th grades) are invited to be part of the gathering. Join for Bible study and fun activities and outings! Come and be part of the group! Questions about the program can be directed to Mende Wentzel. Parents, if you can help out on occasion, please click here to sign up.
Who you are matters more than what you do! When your kids are all grown up…how will they remember you? Join us on Sunday mornings for a 6 week video session by Drs. Les & Leslie Parrott: Parenting the Early Years – 10 Biblical Traits Your Kids Will Remember You For! Bring the kids for […]
Curious about the Old Testament? Whether it’s been awhile since you’ve read through it or maybe you never have…come and join the Seekers (adult class) for a video series beginning September 7. Using the Great Courses video series presented by Dr. Amy-Jill Levine (professor at Vanderbilt University Divinity School), the hour-long class will interpret the […]
FUMC kids ages 4th-6th grades and their friends are welcome to be part of our weekly Tweens gathering! Come for a time of Bible study, social time, and snacks – hosted on the 3rd floor of the Cokesbury building, in the Tweens room. Parents – if you can help out, click here to sign up!
Join us each Wednesday for a simple prayer service.
Hey, all…September is coming and that means our annual Mason Neck picnic will soon be here! Is your calendar marked? Feel free to save the picture below and share it with your friends – all are welcome!
You know how sometimes people pick and choose which Bible passages they are going to follow? If we’re honest with ourselves, we know that sometimes being a follower of Jesus is a bit inconvenient! Join us this fall for a book study of Steve Timmis’ book, I Wish Jesus Hadn’t Said That: Finding Joy in […]
A tradition with Olivet Episcopal – bring your pets and join us on Olivet’s front lawn (corner of Beulah Street and Franconia Road) for a time to be thankful for the unconditional love of our pets. All are welcome, tell your friends and neighbors! Click to see photos from the 2013 event.
Remember – the first Sunday of each month has been designated SHARE Sunday for our friends at Koinonia. Donations of cleaning products are greatly appreciated; please use the marked bins in the narthex (front entrance of the church) or in Cokesbury Hall (peek behind the gray room divider). The clients of Koinonia greatly appreciate your […]