403 South Main Street
Duncanville, Texas 75116
Join us in Sunday School before you Worship
Choir Practice on Wednesday
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If anyone is interested in singing with The Chancel Choir for Christmas Music Rehearsal, join them on Wednesdays at 7pm, in Harmony Hall.
Celebration Ringers at 6 p.m. Wednesday. If interested in joining the hand bells contact Steve@fumcd.com
Great Food! Great Fellowship!
5:00 p.m. in Aldersgate
TIME & TALENTS
Wednesday Chapel: 18
Resurreción: Not Provided
|Communion Rail Offering||$704.00|
|Stewardship Campaign||$457,234 (104 cards rec’d to date)|
Online giving using a credit or debit card is now available through the church website! Visit www.fumcd.com and click on the “Give Money” button.
Visit Our Library
Open on Sunday mornings beginning at 8:00 a.m.
If you are interested in purchasing Altar Flowers in memory/honor of a loved one. Please contact the church office 972-298-6121.
Van & Pat Smith
Pam & Paul Jones
Chad & Eva Marshall
Charlie& Pat Harthcock
George and Ginger Cole
Oh Lord, hear our prayers…Amen
All memorial gifts are designated to the budget unless otherwise specified by the Donor.
In memory of Don Hutson
from: Gene and Edith Smith, Betty Michalski , Bob and Gayle Bailey.
In memory of Charlie and Altha Rawle
from: Glen and Brenda Swarts.
In memory of Carole Deffebach
from: Jimmy and Mary
WiFI ID: Faith
Honoring All Who Served
Thank You Veterans
Monday, November 11th
All Saints Sunday
Thank you to Elizabeth Meador
Thank you to Elizabeth Meador who filled in on Sunday for our Children and Youth Director Bridget Maloney, for Children’s Moment.
Giving the children a small bell for the memory of a loved one and explaining the meaning behind All Saints Day Sunday.
“Start Children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old will not turn from it.”– Proverbs 22:6
All Saints Soup Luncheon Sunday
On Sunday the UMM made and served a delicious bowl of chicken tortilla soup and corn bread to our church members and guests.
If you are interested in becoming part of this amazing group of men contact Jerry Bair at firstname.lastname@example.org
Reading Glasses for Panama
In the span of 10 days Charla and the other volunteers conducted over 600 blood pressure tests and gave out 200-300 pairs of reading glasses.
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”- Galatians 6:9
Next Gen 2020 Vision
Thursday 5:30 Progressor’s Room: Next Gen 2020 Youth Visioning Team
Spiritual Renewal Group
Every Monday at 6 p.m. a spiritual renewal group meets in the Pat Daniel Conference Room. Group members will come together and take turns answering the same few questions each week (such as, “Share your week briefly from a spiritual respect.”) At the end of each meeting, we will pray for one another. The process will serve help us grow together as a community and encourage us as individuals to think about our daily lives from a spiritual perspective.
The group will meets for approximately one hour. Due to the nature of the group, participation is capped at around 10 people.
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Save The Date
Children 4 years old – 6th grade and their parents are invited to join us on Sunday, December 1 for our Charlie Brown Christmas Celebration. This FREE party is a great way to kick off the Christmas season as a family! Sign up today for an email invitation with more details.
Parents and grandparents joined our students this week to celebrate fall!
Fall parties included yummy food, fun games, and interesting books!
Open Enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year (ages 1 year – kindergarten) is going on now! If you know a family with young children, please tell them about our school so they can learn and grow with us!
Erika Hemphill, Director
First Methodist School
Serving the families of the Best Southwest since 1968!
Covenant Book Study Group
Covenant Book Study Group Meet on Wednesdays at 5:45pm
Our Second Book starting Oct. 30th
First two chapters
INTERRUPTING SILENCE by Walter Brueggemann
RSVP to save your spot and for book ordering: firstname.lastname@example.org
Holiday Box for Those Experiencing Homelessness — A program of The Stewpot
The holidays are almost here and everyone, including our friends in need, appreciate receiving gifts in the spirit of the season. You are invited to fill a shoe box with inexpensive necessity items that might make living on the streets a little easier. This is a great project for individuals, families, faith, school or scout groups, and civic organizations! Use an empty shoe box (standard size). Please only use boxes that have a separate bottom and lid. Please wrap the lid and the box separately. The box should not be wrapped shut when finished. Fill the box with a variety of small, inexpensive gifts. Use the gift ideas listed. Please fill boxes with ADULT, UNISEX items only. Once filled, place a rubber band around each box. Add a personal note in a separate envelope. You may enclose a holiday card or note from you/your family or group. (Please do not include addresses or phone numbers.) Place your note inside the box.
- Gift Ideas:
- Knit hat
- Small flashlight with batteries
- Pens or pencils
- Knit gloves
- Disposable stick razors
- Stationary or cards with stamps
- Tube socks
- Small umbrella
- Hotel-size toiletries
- Fast food gift card ($5 or less)
- Hard candy or gum
- Lip balm
- Small hand sanitizer
- Travel-size packs of tissues
- Small Bible
- Book of inspiration
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE:
- used or damaged items
- knives or weapons
- medications or vitamins
- breakable items or glass containers
- aerosol cans
Whether you are donating one box or many boxes, please remember that the number of boxes we receive is not nearly as important as the loving care and thoughtfulness that goes in to each individual box! Boxes will be distributed by The Stewpot. The contents of excess boxes may be used to supplement distributions of items throughout the year. Thank you for showing, by word and deed, you care for our friends in need.
THESE BOXES WILL BE COLLECTED IN THE LOBBY ON SUNDAYS, NOVEMBER 17 & 24.
Hanging of the Greens
Save the Date: Sunday, November 24th at 2 pm.
Looking for volunteers to assist with Hanging of the Greens.
A SPECIAL REQUEST
We are needing a knee stroller for a church member who will need it very soon. We do not currently have one in our church shed. If have one and would like to bring it by the church office please contact Byron Rodenburg 214-984-8512.
Come Sing With Us
Children kindergarten – 6th grade are invited to join us Wednesday afternoons from 5-5:30 November 6, 13, 20 and December 4 to learn Christmas songs. They will sing in worship on Sunday morning, December 8.
Children will need to be here for practice each week and on Sunday, December 8 at 9 a.m.
Please register your child for the Christmas Choir by contacting email@example.com
Managing Your Diabetes Through The Holidays
Tuesday, November 12.
WHEN: 5:30 pm– 7:00 pm
WHERE: Methodist Charlton
Medical Center Conference room 4 (3rd Floor Outpatient Bldg.) call 214-947-6671 for information.
Children in Action
Children in Action: Friday, November 8th
Children in K- thru 6th , are invited to join us on Friday, November 8th, for pizza, games, crafts and a service project.
We meet from 6 pm –10 pm and the cost is $10 per child with a $25/family maximum. Friends welcome!
What’s The Buzz
Tell us what’s happening in your Sunday School Class or Special Meetings or Events you would like published in NYCU and/or in the Sunday Bulletin.
Email me Judy Davila at firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Ministry This Week
Friday-Anyone who would like to volunteer with Children in Action (6-10p.m.) please contact Bridget@fumcd.com or by text.
Sunday 9:30a.m. Sunday School in 414
Sunday 5-7 Youth Group in 414 We will be completing a quick service project, continuing our Bible Study about Stress and playing GAMES. Bring a friend or two!
Poinsettia Sales Begins
Purchase your poinsettia in honor or memory of a loved one in the Narthex on Sundays: December 1, 8 and 15 for $15.00
Make check payable to the Homebuilders SS Class.
Plants will be delivered to the sanctuary on December 11 where they will be enjoyed until Christmas Eve.
Plants may be picked up following any of the Christmas Eve services.
This Week At-A-Glance
Sharing Hearts– Wednesday, November 6th, 9:30 am in Snack Bar.
Covenant Study Group– Wednesday, November 6th, 5:45 pm in Progressors
NAMI Group-Meets Wednesday, November 6th, 6 pm in Snack Bar
CASA Quilters – Thursday, November 7th, 10 am in Snack Bar.
Children In Action– Friday, November 8th, 6 pm in Snack Bar/Gym
UMM Meeting—Monday, Monday November 11th 7 pm in 414.
Amazing Grays Potluck & Games-Thursday, November 14th 12 pm in Snack Bar.
- Dates and Times are subject to change.