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OPPORTUNITIES OF THE WEEK

Sunday, January 14

8:30 am New Beginning Service (Contemporary), Fellowship Hall

9:45 am Sunday School

9:45 am Red Bird Mission Interest Meeting, Pastor Susan's Office

9:50 am Confirmation Orientation, Asbury Hall

11:00 am Traditional Worship Service, Sanctuary

No Youth Handbells

No Children's Choir

7:00 pm Children of the World Children's Choir, Sanctuary


Monday

6:30 pm Toning Class, Fellowship Class

7:15 pm Handbell Choir


Tuesday

10:00 am Pathways Bible Study, Yokefellow Class

7:00 pm Troop 705, Youth Room

7:00 pm AHG, Rooms 212 and 213

7:00 pm Evangelism Team, Yokefellow Class


Wednesday

5:00-6:00 pm Education Team, Church Library

6:00 pm Strategic Planning Team, Parlor

6:00 pm Praise Band, Fellowship Hall

7:00 pm Girl Scouts Service Unit Meeting, Asbury Hall

7:25 pm Chancel Choir


Thursday

9:30 am Vienna Village Visiting Volunteers

4:30-6:00 pm Leaps of Faith, Fellowship Hall

6:30-8:30 pm Club 45, Church Library

6:30-8:30 pm First Place 4 Study, Asbury Hall


Saturday, January 20

7:00 am - 1:00 pm Cub Scout Pinewood Derby, Fellowship Hall


Sunday Schedule:

 8:30a.m.

Contemporary Worship
(Fellowship Hall)

 9:45a.m.

Sunday School

11:00a.m.

Traditional Worship (Sanctuary)


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Welcome to Lewisville United Methodist Church!

Lewisville United Methodist Church has been serving the Lewisville community since 1878. With a membership of over 900, we offer a full range of programs and ministries for all ages. We welcome your interest in our church and are here to serve you. We invite you to share in the ministry of the church through active participation and membership, and to become an integral part of our family. See what we have to offer by browsing through our visitor's brochure. Call the Church office at 945-3203 for further information.

 


In our Wesleyan tradition, we are committed not only to profess our faith in Christ, but also to follow Christ in our daily living and practice our faith in ways that make a difference in our world. You are invited at the beginning of this New Year to come explore with us what United Methodists believe about practicing our Christian faith in the current global, social, economic, and political context, according to the document entitled United Methodist Social Principles.


 

Sunday, January 21 Sermon: "The Nurturing Community," Part III of the series.

 

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