First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

by Ann-Marie McLain
First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

Join us for the Easter Lenten series, The Witness of Mark. It is not too late to join a Small Group study! Contact Anne Rabjohn for more information.

First Faith Tot Trot
MARCH 3 • ROSE PARK
Come run with us at the first community-wide Tot Trot! We will kick off the morning with a One-Mile Fun Run at 8:30am immediately followed by the 5K Run on the linear trail at 9am. To register and view packet pick-up information along with race times, visit the website or forward all questions to Brittni Blevins.

March Madness FX
5 PM • MARCH 4 • SANCTUARY
Join us for the March Madness FX. Our March theme is centered around finding peace in the everyday madness of our lives. Join us in the sanctuary at 5pm then follow us to the gym for a family dance. Invite your friends and family to join us for a fun night! One lucky family will win 4 tickets to a Dallas Mavericks game!! For additional information, please contact Andrea Roberts.

Serving @ First
MARCH 4 & 6 • C-9
Are you being called to take the next step and serve within the church? We invite you to join us for either the Sunday, March 4 (5pm) or Tuesday, March 6th (10am) session of Serving @ First. This one-hour class prepares you to serve, teaches the basics of our church's mission, and provides Safe Sanctuary training. Following the class, those seeking a place to serve will receive guidance for next steps. You may register for the class on our website.

Starting Point
6:30 PM • MARCH 7 • CHAPEL
Starting Point is a casual and relaxed gathering led by our Senior Pastor, David Alexander. All guests interested in joining our church are invited to learn more about our church, our mission, and what we believe. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet our pastors and members of our staff to ask questions. Childcare is available. Register on the website or contact Amy Jeter with questions.

Hands of Christ
7:30 AM • MARCH 17 • MEET AT WMC
Hands of Christ is our local mission program that helps with minor home repairs for the elderly and disabled. Volunteers of all skill levels, from helping with hospitality to hands-on repair work are needed. To register your attendance, please our website or contact Barbara Bell if you have questions.