The Ladies In Fellowship Together (LIFT) will meet Thursday, February 8 at 6:30 at the home of Linda Thompson. Child care will be available at the church. You may find more information about this time of food and fellowship at LIFT.
The Holy Covenant Advocates for Justice and Peace invite you to Finding Peace in a World with Guns: Transforming Violence into Shalom this Sunday, February 11 at 9:45 am in the sanctuary. Rev. Andy Lewis, Director of the Center for Missional Outreach of the North Texas Conference will lead the discussion.
Sunday Morning Highlights – February 11, Transfiguration Sunday, Communion
Sermon Text: Luke 9:28-36
8:30: Jonathan Mundell
11:00: Barrett Carter
8:30 Gary and Dorle Herndon
11:00 Lorrie Hammons and Sage Carter
Counters: Helma Gentry and Jessica Teague
Next Week’s Highlights
Worship at 7:00 pm in the sanctuary
Join us as we enter into Lent at this meditative service including the imposition of ashes.
Parents’ Night Out
Friday, February 16
6-9 pm in the Covenant Center
Ages Infant – 5th Grade. Reservations are required by Wednesday, February 14! Reserve a place for your child athcumc.org.You may drop off and pick up children anytime during the designated hours. $10 per child; $25 max per same family.
Café 2:42 Breakfast Fundraiser
Sunday, February 18
9:45 am in the Covenant Center
You may stay and eat in the Covenant Center or “grab and go” to your Sunday School class. All donations are appreciated!
Highlights Around the District
Volunteers In Mission Training
Saturday, February 10
10 am – 4 pm
$12 per person
North Texas Conference Center
500 Maplelawn Drive
Plano, TX 75075
For adults and youth that would like to help provide leadership for mission work this year in Houston or would just like an opportunity to learn some new information. Both Rev. Carol and Rev. Bill are enrolled for this class. Register at VIM Training.
Screening of Backpack Full of Cash
Feb. 16 – 7 p.m., Fiedler Atrium
First United Methodist Church, Dallas
1928 Ross Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75201
Narrated by Matt Damon, this feature-length documentary explores the growing privatization of public schools and the resulting impact on America’s most vulnerable children. Panel discussion with Q & A will follow. For more about the film, visit firstchurchdallas.org/backpack. Hosted by FUMC Dallas, Pastors for Texas Children and Coalition for Equity in Public Education (CEPE).
We will have opportunities for people to come together to discuss the book Falling Upward and what ministry for those in the second half of life (40 and up) could look like. The first meeting will be Thursday March 1 and the second will be Thursday March 22. If someone would be interested in hosting our March 22nd gathering to please speak with Bill Mauldin[email protected]. Bill has a few copies of the book if you would like to buy one ($20).