Led by Rev. Phyllis Barren | Registration required
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L❤ve our Church? L❤ve our Foundation? Come feel the Foundation L❤VE and join us for lunch to learn more about the Foundation on Thursday, February 11, 2016 from noon to 1:00 pm. We want to answer your questions. The lunch is free but we do need an RSVP by February 8 so we can order you a lunch! For more information or to make a reservation, contact Lisa Tucker (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 817/339-5089.
Pre-registration is for our currents students and church members. We will register for the 2016 Summer Programs and 2016 – 2017 School Year. Parents' Day Out (PDO) is for children 9 months – 2 years old (as of August 31, 2016) for the summer program and 3 – 23 months (as of September 1, 2016) for the school year.
Reception in Children’s Wing Atrium following Ceremony
Join us for one of FUMCFW’s most cherished traditions! Baby Celebration Sunday is a time to recognize all the babies born in 2015, and reaffirm how much these children mean to our church family. A special reception for our honored families will take place immediately following the ceremony in the Children’s Wing Atrium. Register by clicking here, and please share this opportunity with others!
As a follow-up to the churchwide General Conference presentations, including a time for questions, our General Conference Task Force will offer two special “Luncheon and Dialogue Gatherings.” The first gathering will be led by Dr. Rebecca Miles and task force members on Sunday, February 21, at noon in Room 350.
The second of two Spectrum season concerts is coming soon to FUMCFW! The Spectrum, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s professional chamber music ensemble, partners with our church to provide a free performance venue that is open to the Fort Worth community and surrounding areas.
Learn improv techniques and games to enhance spontaneity, build community, strengthen relationships, increase your comic confidence, and discover pure joy “in the moment.” Always unpredictable, always laugh out loud fun!
Although sports are a big part of everyday life, they present more of a challenge for people who are blind or visually impaired. That’s why FUMCFW is joining forces with Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth to start a Goalball League.
Goalball, a Paralympic sport played by blind or visually impaired athletes, was created after World War II as a way for blinded veterans to stay physically active. Today, it is the premiere team game for blind athletes.
I am thrilled to announce that Robert Stovall, who is now serving as our part-time Interim Director of Adult Choirs (Choral Union and Adoramus), has accepted our offer to become our full-time Director of Music & Worship Arts.