First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

by Shelby Meeks
First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

Summer Of Joy Shirts
Join the fun with one of our many opportunities to share Joy this summer! Last weekend we began selling shirts for the whole family to help “share the joy” this summer and we almost ran out! Fret not, we got restocked so stop by the Atrium and get yours today! Shirts are $10 each. Throughout the summer, we would love for you to post pictures of your family together enJOYing summer in your shirts. You can post pictures on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #fmcmsummerofjoy or you can email pictures to and we will show them pre-service in worship!

5:30PM • JUNE 6 • GYM
Vacation Bible Camp is just around the corner! Have you signed up to volunteer? If so, we hope you’ll make plans to come to an important training on Wednesday, June 6th at 5:30 pm. We are looking forward to serving together to the hundreds of children descending onto our campus for a week full of fun and learning! Email Donnette with any questions!

Serving @ First
9AM • JUNE 9 • ROOM C9
Are you being called to take a next step and serve within the church? We invite you to join us for one of the next sessions of Serving @ First! This one-hour class prepares you to serve by teaching the basics of our churches mission, direction for spiritual leadership, and provides Safe Sanctuary training. Following the class, those seeking a place to serve will receive guidance for next steps. Register for the next class on our website.

Refresh Summer Book Club
Women of all ages are invited to join us for an 8-week study of The Magnificent Story by James Bryan Smith. Start your Saturday morning off discussing this incredible book with other women. Stories shape our lives and any story worth giving that power to must pass a simple test: is it beautiful, good, and true? Please read Chapter 1 before the first session. For more questions or more information, contact Pastor Sharon.

King's Brass Concert
Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass provide innovative worship for young and old alike through the “best in sacred brass music.” By teaming together, these Christian professionals from around the United States perform their original arrangements as heard on their eight recordings. For more than twenty years, The King’s Brass have performed over one hundred concerts each season with three trumpets, three trombones, a tuba, keyboards, and percussion. We look forward to you joining us for this inspirational concert.