All Church Gathering
This Sunday! Grab a cup of coffee and join us in the Sanctuary for information about our mission and priorities for 2018.
Is something sitting heavy on your heart? OR, are you blessed and grateful?
Pray and We’ll Pray with you!
Prayer cards are available in the back of the sanctuary. Fill one out and place it in the box before the service.
· Some Sundays prayers will be shared during worship.
· ALL Sundays prayer cards will be collected and sent out to the Prayer Ministry Chain for even more prayers!
If you want to be a part of the Prayer Ministry please indicate your interest on Making Connections.
Do you have a joy or concern that you want everyone to know about? Fill out a Joys and Concern card, available in the Parlor and at the back of the Sanctuary, and post it on the Joys and Concerns bulletin board.
Third Sunday Loose Change Offering This Sunday!
Empty your pockets of loose change and bills and put it in the special Emergency Offering bag before communion. Help supply food for families across King County who are hungry.
LENTEN SMALL GROUPS
Dive into Revival by Adam Hamilton and enjoy:
· a six-week journey through England, following the life of John Wesley,
· discovering more about the defining characteristics of a Wesleyan Christian, and
· discovering spiritual passion.
A group for everyone. If you are interested, please sign up on Making Connections.
FROM THE ASHES (DOCUMENTARY)
Sunday, Jan 28 at 11:15 am in the Wesley Room
From the Ashes explores the experiences of Americans in communities across the country as they wrestle with the legacy of the coal industry, and what its future should be.
This film speaks to all sides of the politics of coal and examines the associated social, health, economic, and environmental issues. A discussion will follow. This Pop-Up is hosted by Gary O’Neal and Jack Borland.
Does your church group/committee have a dream you can’t fund? Think Endowment Grants!
The FUMCB Endowment committee is requesting applications for 2018 grants. We encourage ministry teams and committees to review 2018 plans to determine if an Endowment Grant could be helpful.
In general, Endowment funds are used for special, one-time projects or missions.
Applications are accepted from January 1st thru February 15th. Application forms and instructions are available in the church office or by contacting Wayne Bruning (email@example.com or 425-883-6843).
The committee will review applications and notify applicants by March 15th. First consideration will be given for requests that further the missions of the church beyond the operating budget.