How is it with your soul? Are you feeling spiritually tired? Feeling like you need to get your soul back in shape? Come join us for our Lenten Series, “Bootcamp For the Soul.” No tricks. No easy pill. Just doing the hard work of inner reflection and refocusing on Jesus so that our souls are transformed, and we are the disciples Jesus wants us to be.
In Lent, we reflect on Christ’s ministry, death and resurrection. We slow down and examine our internal spiritual lives as well as the way we live out our Christian faith in the world. Our faith teaches us that humans were put on this earth with the responsibility to be stewards. We also know our individual, as well as collective U.S. lifestyles have led to serious harm to God’s good creation. This Lenten reflection and action guide will help you take time to learn,…
We begin our Lenten Season with Ash Wednesday Service at 6 pm on February 26th. We invite you to come to this time of worship, prayer, reflection and the imposition of ashes. Our journey to the cross and Easter begins with the remembrance of our need for Jesus and his love for us.
Feb 16, 2020
Hope Helferich will teach a 30 minute CPR/AED skills refresher course for individuals whose certification has expired. Click on the Register above to sign up for one of the course times.
PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN DATE Please join us on April 25, 2020 as we have our belated MLK Day of Service. We will meet at the church at 9 am and will be performing various service projects- inside and outside, at the church and at other locations around town. There will be project for all age groups, so make plans to join us! Everyone is welcome!!!
Service project for UMC. Recycling and saving Mother Earth for generations to come. Will collect recyclable weekly on Wednesdays. Questions? Contact Shelley Shipman @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcy started working for the church on December 15, 2014.
Sandy started working for the church on August 1, 2004.
Valecia started working for the church on February 1, 2013.
The Memorials Committee at First United Methodist Church in El Dorado, KS distributes grants for college students. An application must be submitted for each semester for which a grant is requested. Grants will be available for up to $400 each semester, will be awarded twice a year, and will be available for eight semesters. Recipients must be a member or the child of a member of First United Methodist Church in El Dorado, KS and enrolled as a full time student.…
On the third Saturday of each month our Missions team provides a free dinner to the community at 5:30 pm. If you would like to bring a dish or volunteer please contact Trish Menadue at email@example.com.