Lenten Lunch, noon, Fellowship Hall, Rev. Mark Westmoreland
Ash Wednesday Service, 6:30 p.m., Sanctuary
Lenten Lunches — After the week of Ash Wednesday, fellowship and contemplation continue each Thursday at noon in the Fellowship Hall as the speakers present"Easter from the Back Side" by J. Ellsworth Lalas. Nursery available by reservation each Monday before event.
March 13: Sandra Watson, Friendship Circle
March 20: Bill Slagle, Marie Lamb Circle
March 27: Ed Steil, Ethel Taylor Circle
April 3: Dave Lee, Promise Circle
April 10: Rev. Kristin Heiden, Mary Martha Hope Circle
April 17: Harold Benefield, Joy/Bethany Circles
Lenten Study — Four-week study begins March 26 with Rev. Mark Westmoreland, Wednesdays, 6:15 p.m.
Lenten Offering — Help those in need by collecting an offering to present on Easter morning to benefit our 2014 Stop Hunger Now event.
New Studies Begin March 26
Making Love Last a Lifetime – “Marriage is not simply the next step after falling in love. Marriage is a calling from God, a lifelong mission of service and caring and ministry to another human being – seeking to be, on God’s behalf, a companion and helper to another.” Join Cleve and Joy Kiser, leaders of Better Marriages of Georgia and married for 47 years, as we explore marriage at every age and season of life. This 8-week study will begin Wednesday, March 26, meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. Cost of materials is $10.
Lent Seasonal Study - Join Rev. Mark Westmoreland as we explore the season of Lent together. Classes will meet on Wednesdays at 6:15 p.m. beginning March 26 for four weeks. There is no cost for this class.
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With roots that run deep in Fayette County history, our church continues to grow in membership and, more importantly, in the love and service of Jesus Christ. Grateful for our heritage and excited about the future, we believe the faces of our congregation should reflect the faces of our community and that, together, we are the Body of Christ in God’s world. As you explore this website, our prayer is that you and your family will find home here at Fayetteville First.
Legacy Brick Project
Orders are still being accepted
Become a part of FFUMC history. Honor, remember or thank someone by placing an inscribed brick in the courtyard. Order Form