This free event will feature music, games, a photo booth area, a bounce house, area crafters and artists, and free barbecue dinners. This annual event is becoming a neighborhood favorite, and its purpose is to connect with residents in the Fountain City area and celebrate community and neighborhood. Children are encouraged to come in Halloween costume for free treats. A shuttle will be provided for guests.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
The "Best Easter Egg Hunt in Fountain City" is this Saturday at St. Paul UMC (4014 Garden Drive). We will gather at 10:00am and the HUNT will start within the hour. Fun for all ages-- including a gated area for children ages 3 and under. This event is entirely FREE, a gift from our church family to our neighborhood. Join us-- and bring a friend, or two or three!
Friday, February 3, 2017
Jesus said a lot of things that challenge our understanding of ourselves, our neighbor, and our perceived enemies...
Join us for the next several weeks as we continue to study Jesus' "Sermon on the Mount." Worship is at 10:45am, and Sunday School meets starting at 9:30am. We have Sunday School classes for all ages.
February 5, 2017: Matthew 5:13-2
Here Jesus talks about how we are to be "salt and light" in the world-- like a city on a hill or salt that seasons and protects. What might he mean for us as individuals? As a church?
February 12, 2017: Matthew 5:21-37
The sermon turns fairly pointed in this portion when Jesus says that if a person lusts in their heart they have already committed adultery...If they have conflict with their neighbor, they have already murdered them...So, ummm, let's talk about sin, shall we?
February 19, 2017: Matthew 5:38-48
This is a portion of the message that is one of the hardest to understand, especially in the face of hypotheticals. Jesus says to "turn the other cheek" and to "go the extra mile" when treated unfairly. What about defending the helpless? We aren't called to be doormats, so what does he mean?
February 26, 2017: Matthew 6:24-34
Jesus puts into perspective our culture of worry-- God cares for the birds of the air and the lilies of the field, how much more does God care for our needs? There's nothing practical or simple about this advice, it is, like our entire faith, a way of life.
Hope to see you and yours in worship on Sundays! www.stpaulftncity.org