Grow in Faith

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175th Anniversary – John Wesley Sunday

by Grace First Community Church

We celebrated our Wesleyan heritage on September 18 with a visit from John Wesley! It was awesome! “Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long […]

Discipleship Pathway

by Grace First Community Church

Our new Discipleship Pathway Brochure gives information to those in our church, and those new to or visiting our church, about how they can Connect in Community, Grow in Faith and Serve in Love as followers of Jesus Christ.   It’s important to be connected in some way other than worship to grow closer to God […]

The Christmas Gift

by Grace First Community Church

Jolie Lee wrote our Children’s Christmas program for December 2015.  “The Christmas Gift” was a charming tale of how a grandfather and grandson together discover the true meaning of Christmas.  Thanks to all our actors, choir, musicians and Jolie!    

Thank You Mary Witte

by Grace First Community Church

Our 8:15 am Chapel Service has been blessed for many months to have Mary Witte provide the music.  Mary’s last Sunday with us was Easter Sunday where she organized a special Sunrise praise selection for our 7 am service.  Thank you Mary for your warm smile, your encouraging way, and the love of Christ you […]

Lent and Easter 2016 at First UMC

by Grace First Community Church

A great celebration to rejoice in our Risen Savior, Jesus Christ!  Jesus Christ is risen today – alleluia! Some hardy souls braved the chilly temps to worship at our 7 am Sunrise Service, followed by brunch and the 10 am Praise and Worship Celebration.  Happy Easter! Spend Holy Week with us – invite your friends, […]

Road to Resurrection

by Grace First Community Church

Over 70 persons experienced our Lenten “Road to Resurrection” and journeyed through 5 experiences of Holy Week from Jesus’ humble yet exalted entry into Jerusalem (Palm Sunday) to his triumphal victory over death as experienced on the “resurrection road.”  We connected in community and grew in our faith through this outreach to our Church Family […]