Announcements for the week of September 27, 2015

Posted on September 25, 2015

INTERFAITH WINTER SHELTER VOLUNTEER TRAINING SESSIONS. Here we go again, this very Sunday afternoon. This season’s low-barrier emergency overnight shelter for people without homes begins November 1. First United will train volunteers in Fellowship Hall Sunday, September 27, and Sunday, October 4, at 2:00pm No sign-up needed–just come, and bring your friends! Other volunteer training

STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN–“Challenge Your Commitment.”

Posted on September 24, 2015

STEWARDSHIP CAMPAIGN–“Challenge Your Commitment.” The 2016 Stewardship Campaign begins on Sunday, October 4 and continues through October 25.   Reflect on all the good things the First United Church community does and all the ways this church touches people. Good plans require good budgets—and knowing how much we will have next year is critical to the budget

Sunday Sermon by The Rev. Dr. Jack E. Skiles

Posted on September 20, 2015

Mark 9:30-37 How is your faith? Do you have faith? Can you define your faith? What do you have faith in? These are not questions I am posing to you. These are questions that were posed to me and about thirty other spectators this week. I was riding across campus and I heard a commotion

Announcements for the week of September 13,2015

Posted on September 11, 2015

THE BELLS HAVE STOPPED RINGING! The Bell choir has lost three players and because we now have only four players, we can no longer continue to play until we have more members. So please think about joining the Bell Choir. Bells are musical instruments but are not difficult to play. We would be happy to

Kettle Fest 2015

Posted on September 11, 2015

Kettle Fest Church portrait Immediately after worship the congregation will transition to the courtyard for a First United portrait. Please follow the guides for instructions. Kettle lunch After the portrait, make your way to Fellowship Hall for kettle stew. There will be four buffet lines to move things along quickly. After lunch  Ministry fair After