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FAITH VISITOR’S WELCOME

Welcome to the Faith Family!  The people of the Faith United Methodist Church are a part of Christ’s church universal.  We believe that all people are persons of sacred worth, regardless of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, or economic condition; and we welcome everyone to attend our church, receive Holy Communion, be baptized and admitted into membership.  The heart of our Christian faith is Christ’s ministry of outreaching love.  We are called to minister wherever Christ would have us work to heal and free others through the revelation of His work of salvation on the cross.  We believe in God’s grace, which means the unearned and loving action of God in our daily lives.  In spite of suffering violence and evil in the world, we assert that God’s grace exists everywhere.  Despite any circumstances, we remain creatures brought to life by a just and loving God.  We believe the reign of God is both a present and a future reality.  Because of these beliefs we remain committed to the struggle for peace and justice for all people and work for a world where people are judged by the content of their character and not any other measure of the human condition.

We invite you to our Morning Worship – Sundays at 11am & Bible Study – Wednesdays at 7pm.

In Christ’s Service,
Pastor Charles M. Straight

FAITH NEWS & COMING EVENTS

Wednesday, November 22, 2017 @ 7pm

Come join Transformation UMC & Faith UMC for a Thanksgiving Service. 

Host Pastor, Rev. Charles M. Straight

New Bible Study Series: “We Offer Christ To You” – A Study in Evangelism

Join Pastor Charles M. Straight Every Wednesday @ 7pm beginning August 30, 2017 

Our partner in ministry, Respond Now, is in need of gently used pots and pans for their housing clients. If you are able to help, please bring your donations to the church. They will be picked up by Respond Now staff.

FAITH UMC “LET THERE BE LIGHT” PROJECT

Faith UMC Family & Friends, the lights throughout our church are in dire need of being replaced.  Over 75% of the fixtures no longer work properly.  Unfortunately, this project can no longer be put off.  Even when new bulbs are installed, a number of the lights flicker constantly and others won’t come on at all.  Additionally, these fixtures are outdated and fail to meet ANY energy efficiency standards.  We must replace the lights or be in darkness.

The total cost including parts and labor is $7500.  Our plan is to have the work completed by December 31, 2017.  This will require 2 phases.  The first phase is the ACQUISITION PHASE.  We need to purchase all of the fixtures at the same time to receive a discount.  This phase will be $4200.  If 20 people give $35 per month for 6 months or 40 people give $17.50 per month, we will reach our goal for Phase I by June.

The next phase will be the INSTALLATION PHASE.  With your donations, by July, we will have all of the new fixtures and will need $3300 for labor.  Thank God, the contractor has agreed to start the work with good faith.  During PHASE II, we will need 20 people to give $27.50 per month or 40 people to give $13.75 per month for 6 months.

As you can see, we have given this a lot of thought.  As much as we need the lights repaired, we must continue to support our outreach ministry and cover other operations expenses with funds above and beyond our regular tithes and offerings.  Please email us your commitment phase and amount.  As the project progresses, we will keep you apprised of the results.  

We believe our members and friends will commit to this project.  We are thanking God in advance and we hope you will join us next year for the unveiling.  “Let There Be Light!”

Rev. Charles M. Straight

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