First United Methodist Church

Service Times

9am Contemporary | 11am Traditional

2020 Financial Recap from Pastor David (Jan. 29)

Jonah Devotion from Pastor Rachel (Jan. 28)

Virtual Visioning Sessions

An open invitation to our Upcoming Virtual Visioning Sessions

 As our nation, state and community have more people vaccinated against COVID-19, we all seek a sense of normal. But what will normal look like? Will we just go back to living like we were in January 2020? Probably not. A lot has changed. Even church has changed, but God is calling us to still be the church. This means that we must adapt how we do ministry – to make it relevant to where people are today and find creative ways to share God’s love for all of us. 

 To help our church’s ministries respond to God’s call, we want your help. We’re inviting you to participate in virtual visioning sessions. In each session, ministry areas will share a short presentation and update on their values and priorities as we emerge from the pandemic. We will facilitate a visioning discussion where you will have the opportunity to share ideas and provide feedback for the future of the ministry area. We see the sessions as an opportunity to inform our church family about our vital ministries, gain your feedback about the ministries’ future and participate in shepherding the ministries’ resurgence into the new normal. Join us!

– Ben Howell, Leadership Council Chairperson 

Meeting Recordings

Jonah Devotion from Dr. Jon (Jan. 27)

Jonah Devotion from Pastor Rick (Jan. 26)

Devotion from Michael LeBlanc (Jan. 25)

Church Update from Pastor David and Bill Legg!

Mission Moment – Brain Fitness Academy

Learn more about Brain Fitness Academy HERE!

Jonah Devotion from Pastor Rachel (Jan. 21)

A Community of Love and Forgiveness

Check out this 31-day devotional series from The Florida Conference. Dr. Jon, Bill Walker, and other church members took part in writing these devotions for our community!

We invite the people of the Florida Annual Conference to a journey of living more deeply into this baptismal vow:
“Do you confess Jesus Christ as your savior, put your whole trust in his grace, and promise to serve him as your Lord, in union with the church which Christ has opened to people of all ages, nations, and races?”
Each of the underlined words comprise the weekly themes of this 31-day journey, and constitute a person’s overall journey toward full discipleship and spiritual maturity. A diverse set of lay and clergy authors from around the Conference will reflect on these themes and the daily scriptures. Taken together, these daily devotionals move us toward a deeper commitment to Jesus, and an exciting vision of a church whose future is open to all people.