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Sunday Morning Worship, 11:00 AM, Sunday, July 24, 2016

July 21, 2016

10th Sunday after Pentecost
Guest organist, Joanna Baitinger

Erik Sheahan will play the pre-service music.

The anthem a setting of It Is Well with My Soul.

The Message is #livedifferently: Letting Our Prayer Shape Our Life.

Scripture Readings
Colossians 2:6-15
Luke 11:1-13

 

 

Sunday Night LIVE! July 24, 7:00 PM

July 21, 2016

Sunday Night LIVE! welcomes guest musicians, “Uh-Huh” from Unity Church of Raleigh. The scripture reading is Luke 11:1-13.

Healing Place Drivers:

Pickup and Return: Mark O’Quinn

PA Operator: TBD

Refreshment Volunteer: volunteer needed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happening This Week

July 21, 2016

Ongoing
UMYF, Sundays, 5:00 PM
Handbell Choir,
resumes August 10
Chancel Choir rehearsals, resumes August 10

This Week and Upcoming
Work Team Trip to Wilmington area, week of July 24-30
Camp #livedifferently, August 1-5–still time to sign up!

 


 

 

Coming this Summer–Camp #livedifferently

July 14, 2016

Camp #livedifferently

The idea for a summer day camp is born out of “who we are” as a church.  We are very mission oriented, and so we, as a church, are mission driven.  From food drives for the hungry to CROP walk and NAMI walk and our Fairmont Mission Work Team, we are truly defined by our actions.  With some of these activities, we are limited to what we can offer the younger members of our church. Here is the opportunity created by your Children’s Council to offer them an opportunity to learn and work on missions.

Camp #livedifferently at Fairmont United Methodist Church is offering children a hands-on experience to make a difference.  This camp will provide children with practical ways to make a difference in their lives and the lives of others and carry this on to their home, school, community, and the world. With their developing compassionate hearts, they will become the hands and feet of Christ by sharing the love of God.

This camp is based on the Bible verse from Matthew 25:35…”For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me.”  Each day will offer missional events that include age appropriate learning and projects about hunger, clean water, welcoming and helping our neighbors.

This camp is open to children from 3 years old* through 5th grade.
*Child must be potty trained.

Dates: August 1 – 5, 2016
Time: 9am – 12noon
Cost**:        $50.00  May 1 or later

**Note:  Scholarships are available

Location: Fairmont United Methodist Church, 2501 Clark Ave., Raleigh, NC  27607

We need your help and want you to be a part of Camp #livedifferently. If you are interested in helping organize or participate in the activities, please contact Pastor Liz.

To Register

If you would like to register for Camp #livedifferently, you may download the registration form and email it to info@fairmontumc.org or mail it to Fairmont UMC.

Link to form here: http://www.fairmontumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/2016-Enrollment-Application-camp-livedifferently.pdf

We will contact you to let you know we have received your forms.  We will also need a check to secure your spot.  You may pay in full or pay 50% of the cost up front.

The remainder of the cost will be due by June1, 2016.

You may mail your registration form and check to:

Fairmont UMC
Attn: Camp #livedifferently
2501 Clark Ave.
Raleigh, NC  27607

Link here for a list of necessary items for the planned projects.

http://www.fairmontumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Camp-live-differently-project-needs-list.pdf

Camp #livedifferently, August 1-5

July 14, 2016

For children ages 3 – 12; There is still time to register! Each day in this mission-based camp, the children will have an opportunity to learn about and provide items to help others regarding hunger, clean water, welcoming others, caring for the sick and other ministries. (See below for additional info and lists of needs.)

 

 

 

Link to July Newsletter

July 14, 2016

Here is the link to the July 2016 newsletter.

http://www.fairmontumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/0716_July-Focus.pdf

Men’s Breakfast — Takes a Break in July

June 23, 2016

Third Fridays
7:00 am
Fellowship Hall

The next breakfast will be Friday, August 19

Mark your calendars for the third Friday of each month, and contact Walter Brock if you’d like to help provide a simple breakfast!

We will resume our meetings in August when we’ll plan our next neighborhood event.

 


 

Link to June Newsletter

June 16, 2016

http://www.fairmontumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/June-2016-Focus.pdf

Ministry Teams This Month

June 9, 2016

Healing Place Drivers

June 5: Womble/Potter
June 12: Jarrett/Cox
June 19: Michaels/Brock
June 26: Oldham/O’Quinn

Liturgists/Communion Team

June 5: Reggie Ponder; Reggie & Carrie Ponder, Erik Sheahan
June 12: John Lewis
June 19: Erik Sheahan
June 26: Becky Michaels

Acolytes & Bible Bearers

June 5: Libby; Thomas
June 12: Shayna; TBD
June 19: Ruth; TBD
June 26: Katherine; TBD

Ushers/Greeters

June 5: Head Usher: Walter Brock: Pam Waggoner, Ken Dulaney, Robert Porter
June 12: Head Usher: Joyce Anne Porter: Pete Eberhart, Ruth, Jacob
June 19: Head Usher: Richard Waggoner: James Womble, Katy & Wick Haynes
June 26: Head Usher: Henry Jarrett: Jack Michaels

 

 

 

Fairmont UMC: A Reconciling Congregation

May 26, 2016

Our Welcome Statement:

“We at Fairmont United Methodist Church welcome with love and hospitality all people into the full life and ministry of our congregation.  In our faith journey we strive to live in God’s grace and to follow Jesus’ teachings. We celebrate the diversity of God’s creation and open our hearts and arms to everyone without regard to gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, social/economic status, abilities, politics, education, or faith history.”

Fairmont is approaching our 1st year anniversary of becoming a member of Reconciling Ministries Network (which means we explicitly welcome LGBTQI folks). In honor of the anniversary we will be screening “An Act of Love,” a movie about Rev. Frank Schaefer, who was put on trial in the United Methodist Church for having performed a same sex marriage for his son. (Read more under “An Act of Love.”)

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