Fairmont United Methodist Church • Raleigh NC

a mission-oriented community

Sunday Morning at 11:30 AM

11 am Sunday Traditional Worship

Morning Worship has returned to the Sanctuary! Sundays at 11:30 AM. You can also watch live on Facebook Live.

Our traditional worship services celebrate the best of our Wesleyan heritage with praise, music, prayer, and proclamation. The organ joins voices singing the hymns of our faith. A warm and welcoming congregation greets one another, shares their joys and concerns, and seeks God’s will for their lives and for our church. All are invited to join this family of faith as it offers its praise and worship to the Lord.

Bulletin for Morning Worship Sunday, August 1

Prelude by Greg Bottomley
Call to Worship

We come needing sustenance and nourishment.
We need the bread of life.
We hunger for true bread that will nourish our souls.
We are hungry, we are thirsty.
Come to Christ, who feeds us with his very life.
The bread of life has come among us!


O God, you nourished your people with manna from heaven. Give us a hunger for the Bread of Life, Jesus Christ, who has come down to us. Feed us today, that we may never hunger again. Amen.

Hymn Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken Choir
Scripture Reading John 6:24-35  Pew Bible NT, p. 119
Message Hungry
Anthem O That I Had a Thousand Voices Choir, Greg Rice on piano
Prayers of the People     Response: Lord, hear our prayers.
The Lord’s Prayer
Hymn  Fill My Cup   Choir

Invitation    UMH 12
Confession and Pardon
The Great Thanksgiving     UMH 13
Communion Hynm   One Bread, One Body    Maggie Lewis & Katherine Shearin

Benediction Response Amen Choir
Postlude by Greg Bottomley

Ministry Team: Liturgist: Julie Southwick
Ushers: Kirby & Kelly Lewis, Julie Melson

Note: if you are not yet comfortable being out in public and would like Holy Communion brought to your home, please contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

On the first Sunday of every month we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, and with the meal also take up a special offering for the poor.

We collect canned goods to donate to the Urban Ministries of Wake County every Sunday.

11 am Sunday Worship Congregation
photos: Ken Dulaney