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Trustees Approve Church Repairs

This past May 21st, the Leadership Council approved recommendations made by the Board of Trustees to repair and renovate the exterior of our church facility. The recommendations came from an in-depth study initiated by the Trustees to review the condition of our now almost 40 year old original structure. Minimal maintenance had been done in the past few years, due to funding limitations, and it was decided to prioritize some of these needed repairs to protect and preserve our church…

Fredericksburg Food Pantry

The Food Pantry Needs Your Help!  July 7th’s Communion Rail offering will go towards our community food pantry.  As you can imagine, they get plenty of donations in the fall and at Christmas, but not nearly so much in the summer.  And of course, folks need to eat all year!  So, your donations this will be especially appreciated.  You can place your offering on the altar rail during communion July 7th, mail your donation to the office or make an…

Stephen Ministry

Have you ever had a life-transforming event or memory that has changed you in ways you never expected?  Have you ever felt God’s presence talk to you and guide you to do things you never thought you would?  Zala Cox Koym from Fredericksburg United Methodist Church answers “yes” to both of these questions!   Zala was among 206 pastors and congregation leaders at a Stephen Series Leader’s Training Course (LTC) held in Saint Louis, Missouri April 28-May 4.  She attended…

Godless

Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you are there; if I make my bed in the depths, you are there. If I rise on the wings of the dawn,     if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me,     your right hand will hold me fast.    -Psalm 139:7-10  Chris and I had the opportunity to travel to…

Giving

Giving and financial stewardship are vital parts of the life of any disciple of Jesus Christ. Of course, the church needs the financial support of those who are part of its ministry, but that is not the primary reason we give. More important than the ministry program’s need for funds is the Christian’s need to give. We believe that everything we own belongs to God and that God calls us to give back to him a significant portion of what He has entrusted to us. We do this primarily through our giving to the church, and regular, systematic giving is important as we live out our faith. Tithing (giving 10% of our income) or proportional giving is the practice that best demonstrates this practice.