Dr. Tony Campolo
This recording is from a free event FUMCWP hosted on Thurs. Oct. 20th, 6:30pm in our Sanctuary
Acclaimed author and speaker Dr. Tony Campolo is making a special guest appearance at First United Methodist Church Winter Park. He will speak on being the church for taking care of the poor and oppressed and motivating others to do the same.
Social Justice and the Church with Dr. Tony Campolo from First UMC Winter Park on Vimeo.
His web site is tonycampolo.org if you want some more info about him.
Several new books have recently been added to our church library collection. Like most of our collection, these books were donated by church members. The library committee is happy to accept donated books. Because of space considerations we are not able to keep all the books that we receive. What we can not use is passed on to the public libraries for their book sales.
Here are the titles of our latest additions:
“The Way; walking in the footsteps of Jesus” by Adam Hamilton
“A Heart Like His; intimate reflections on the life of David” by Beth Moore
“Adventures in Missing the Point; how the culture-controlled church neutered the gospel” by Brian McLaren and Tony Campolo
“How to Rescue the Earth Without Worshipping Nature; a Christian’s call to save creation” by Tony Campolo.
Visit the church library/resource room to find these and other provocative and inspiring books.
It’s so exciting to launch our new Disciple Map.
The Disciple Map is a tool you can access that will help you narrow down your gifts and discover some great opportunities here at FUMCWP!
Some opportunities you may find can be small group studies, assisting in our Children’s Ministry, serving on a local or mission abroad and so much more.
It is something you can access many times as well as share!
We hope it helps as a guide in your faith journey.
Our church resource room/library has a large selection of devotional books. Whether you are looking for inspiration for your own private daily devotion time, or need ideas for a group devotional, there are books that will help you.
Here are a few titles to give you an idea of what is available: “Amazing Grace; 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions”, “Outdoors with God; devotional thoughts on the Great Outdoors”, “Healing After Loss; Daily Meditations for Working Through Grief.”
There are devotional books specifically for women, men, couples, teachers and grandparents, just to mention a few. So take time to browse the shelves in our church library for a book that will help you deepen your faith.
An enthusiastic group of book-loving women meet in our church library every month. We share our love of reading by discussing a wide variety of books – novels, histories, memoirs, classics, mysteries, nonfiction – we have read them all. Our discussion is always lively and insightful. The value of a book club is that we are exposed to books we may never have considered reading on our own … and then they become some of our favorites. The group consists of church members and non-church members.
Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 12th at 10:00 AM. Our book for this month is “Everyone Brave is Forgiven” by Chris Cleave. It tells a powerful story of courage, love, forgiveness and bravery during World War II. Everyone is welcome!
Take part in these events and learn how YOU can become part of our amazing Panua ministry in Naivasha, Kenya to assist orphans and vulnerable youth:
- “Next Stop Naivasha” Dinner – Monday, October 24, 2016, 6:15-8:15pm, Fellowship Hall. $10 adults, $8 children. Learn more about Panua and meet our Kenyan staff. Register Here.
- Current Sponsor Appreciation Event – Thursday, October 27, 2016, 7:00-8:30pm. Check your mail for your invitation and details.
- Panua 5K – Saturday, October 29, 2016, 7:30am, Baldwin Park – For more information or to register, visit panua.org/panua5k.
- Panua Sunday – October 30, 2016, all 3 services in Matthias Family Life Center. Come hear success stories of the 2016 graduating class, and the plans for the kickoff of the 2017 class!
For more information please logon to panua.org.