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Devotion from Pastor Rachel (Sept. 17)

Being a part of a Family is a beautiful and complicated thing. The word family is one with a lot of meaning, maybe even a little baggage because of the reality of sin; but I believe God teaches us a lot about our larger Faith Family through the people we call “our family.”  In this […]

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Devotion from Pastor Craig (Sept. 14)

After the summer serving as a host for the Center for Student Mission in Washington DC, I moved down to Williamsburg Virginia to work at a large nondenominational church as the director of high school ministries. The church had a sizable youth ministry and would take sophomores through just graduated seniors to Nicaragua each year […]

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Our Deepest Sympathies

Rev. Wayne Johnson, who served as a FUMCWP pastor from 1981-1983, passed away on Aug. 14, 2020 at the age of 83. He was born to the late Billie James and Hazel Lenora (Albritton) Johnson in Wauchula, Florida on June 23, 1937.  He had been a resident of Sebring, FL since 1985 coming from Winter […]

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Devotion from Pastor Rachel (Sept. 10)

Preschool Update and God’s Faithfulness This week, I saw the face of God. Sometimes I see the face of God in an individual, or in a situation or in an answered prayer, but on this week, I saw the face of God in the parents, teachers, and especially the little students of our MSEE preschool. […]

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Devotion from Tonya Tolson, Diversity Committee Chair (Sept. 8)

Truth, Justice, Mercy, and The Christ Way For the past three years, we’ve been so happy to have with us again our dear friend, Barbara Thompson, who is the associate director of UCF’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, to facilitate our discussions here FUMCWP.  She has been educating, guiding, and challenging us to unearth our […]

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