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First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

by Shelby Meeks
First Methodist's Weekly Newsletter

Celebrating the Life of Amanda Ferguson
Please join us in our sanctuary on Saturday, June 30th at 11am as we celebrate the incredible life of Amanda Ferguson. For those of you unable to attend the service please know that we will live stream the service on our website. Many have asked what you can do to help the family at this time. In lieu of flowers there are three different ways to give:

  • Amanda Ferguson Memorial Fund: This fund has been set up through Frost bank to support Brody and Brandon's future and to help with college expenses. Please make checks payable to the fund and return to the church office or directly to Frost.  All checks received by the church will be given to Frost for deposit. 
  • Special Needs Ministry at the church. Make checks to FMCM with Special Needs in the note. 
  • MD Anderson Research at gifts.mdanderson.org in memory of Amanda Ferguson

Love Above All
JULY 11 • 6PM • BLDG D 121
Love Above All is a group designed to give individuals with cancer a place to come and share their struggles as well as get support from each other in a safe, loving, and Christian environment. The purpose is to have opportunities to express themselves with people who understand their pain and struggles and focus on the blessings of each day as they go through the journey of their battle.

Children's Music Opportunities 
Are you looking for ways to get your children involved with music this summer? We offer several different classes for kids of all ages through our AIM and Traditional Worship Arts. For more information on what's being offered this summer, contact Beth LaMee.

Project Transformation Family Night
We have kicked off our Project Transformation reading program for the summer and so many children are benefiting by being read to! We are looking for a few volunteers, 14 or older, to come help at Family Fun Night! You will help serve dinner and interact with the children and their families as we close out another summer of Project Transformation. Register to volunteer by visiting our website or contact Vicky Hale at with any questions.

USO Collections
Donations of products and services are vital to the USO’s efforts in lifting the spirits of troops and families. In conjunction with the USO Outreach Program, our Military Support Group is holding a supply drive for soldiers traveling through DFW Airport. Collection stations will be available outside of worship spaces. For a complete list of items being collected, visit fmcm.org/military. If you have any questions, contact Erica Uplinger.

UMCOR Sager Brown
Sager Brown has a rich history of serving others in times of distress. Team members will stay at the UMCOR Sager Brown Relief Depot in Baldwin, LA and will help prepare relief kits for distribution to crisis points throughout the world. If you like to sew, landscape, or do housing rehabilitation, you can make a difference! Interested in joining the team, contact Barbara KesnerThe deadline to register is July 1, so don’t wait!