United Methodist Men’s Quarterly Breakfast is Saturday, September 28 at 7:45 am in Wesley Hall. Guest speaker will be Wes Mays.
Austin Street Center, a homeless shelter in Dallas, is FUMC Coppell’s Mission of the Month for October. Founded in 1983, Austin Street Center is an emergency homeless shelter in Dallas that serves men (ages 45 +) and women (ages 18+). More than 400 men and women stay at this shelter each night. In addition to offering the basics of a safe place to sleep, showers, meals, and clothing, Austin Street provides services and programs to help individuals transition out of homelessness. Donate money for specific items needed by this homeless shelter, such as coffee, socks, underwear, and trash bags. Make checks payable to FUMC with memo “Austin Street” or you can TEXT 2 GIVE. Text to 73256 with subject line as FUMCC. You will receive a link and simply follow the instructions. For more information about Austin Street Shelter, contact Fawn Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about missions, contact … Read More
Mark your calendars as First Coppell will celebrate its 140th birthday next month! Beginning September 13, we will engage in ambitious work projects to serve our neighbors in and around Coppell. Please email Pastor Martha mhagan@fumcCoppell.org if you are able to serve as a worker at one of the sites or if you can help provide tools and equipment. There will also be several other mission projects for churchgoers of ALL AGES to participate in. The week will culminate with a special churchwide worship service on Sunday, September 22 that will include a visit from Bishop Mike McKee, as well as several former Senior and Associate Pastors of First Coppell. This multi-day event promises to be both meaningful and memorable! Click here to find more information and to sign up.
Being a mom is a very hard and important job, don’t do it alone! MomComm is a community for moms that has small group meetings during the school year, as well as play dates, activities for moms, service opportunities and an online community. The small groups meet at various times during the week and discuss episodes of “Don’t Mom Alone” Podcast.All of our MomComm Small Groups will be starting up in September. Each group is unique, so we encourage you to find the one that works for you; and if you can’t find one that works for you we encourage you to start one! Registration for MomComm Small Groups 2019-2020 is open! Click here to find out more and to register.
A six-week workshop/support group for persons who have experienced the painful death of a loved one. The purpose of the group is to help people work through the grief process, grow through the loss, and find support from others. The group begins Sunday, September 29 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. To register, call the church at 972-462-0471. Fee: $15 for the book, “How to Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies.”
FUMC Coppell has been focusing, this year on Living in God’s Presence as we look forward to celebrating our 140th anniversary on Sunday, September 22. As of May 6 we will be 140 days out from this celebration, and we want to include everyone in our journey as we hope to live more fully in HIS presence. We would like to focus our attention on intentionally praying for this congregation, it’s staff and it’s ministry to the Coppell community. It is our hope that you will consider signing up for a day (or 2 or 3!!) where you will specifically remember this Church in your prayers. Of course, it is our hope that you frequently pray for FUMC Coppell, but this day we ask for special focus. Feel free to return again and again to this signup and add your name to more days! Click here to sign up. We … Read More
Take Your Next Step: New to FUMC Coppell or interested in knowing more about the church? Join us September 29 to explore Christian essentials, distinctive Methodist practices, the ongoing story of FUMC Coppell, and possibilities for your “next steps” as a part of that. Class meets in Room 301 at 10:45 am with a light lunch to follow. Please RSVP to Rick Williamson at email@example.com.
Coppell Cares provides healthy snacks to students who need them throughout the school year. The following snacks are needed for the 2018-2019 School Year: Prepackaged snacks (No nuts) such as raisins, craisins, fruit snacks, veggie stick, pretzels, chex mix, Goldfish, Cheez-its, popcorn, cheese & crackers, granola bars, breakfast bars. Click here for a complete list. Please leave them in the bin marked “Coppell Cares” in Wesley Hall. School Liaisons Needed for Denton Creek Elementary and Town Center Elementary. Please contact Martha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Realm Rollout – Have you heard about FUMC’s new online ministry tool called Realm? If you consider yourself part of this church family, you’ll love it. Realm is a web-based app that informs our church staff, connects our congregation, and multiplies a wide variety of ministries here at the church. Realm is available 24/7 from anywhere, using a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile phone. Take a minute to check it out! Please note that you must use Firefox or Chrome for Realm (not Internet Explorer). Click here to check it out.
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