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Lenten Missions Offering 2019

March 7 - April 20

During the season of Lent, we strive to practice sacrificial giving beyond our regular gifts, as a reminder of Christ’s sacrifice for each of us. The gifts received during our Lenten Offering support a variety of ministries locally and globally, which the people of Fairfax…

Shoes for Souls

April 7 - May 12

We are now collecting shoes to be sent to the Philippines. All sizes of boys and girls shoes, either new or gently used are welcome. A box will be in the fellowship hall from April 7 through Mother’s Day. Please include $1 to help with…

Rebuilding Together

April 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Rebuilding Together (RT) team is performing safety and health-related repairs for a group home in Annandale on Saturday, April 27. This is a fun and rewarding day. Beyond helping to improve living conditions for people with learning disabilities, participants have the opportunity to meet…

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Rev. Bonney pastorally addresses the results from the special session General Conference concerning human sexuality.

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FUMC's next Associate Pastor is Pamela Kipps, who currently is our Wesley Seminary intern. Upon review of several candidates, the Church Leadership Team made this recommendation to the Bishop and Cabinet. From this recommendation, her projected appointment is to Fairfax Church. Pamela will come to us as Rev. Pamela Kipps on Sunday, June 30 and her last Sunday as intern is May 5. We welcome Pamela, Bob and their children, Kendall, Spencer, Charlotte, and Tux, their dog!
Our Shoes for Souls Campaign is underway. Check your closet and bring shoes to the box in the Fellowship Hall. New shoes ok too! Please bring $1 per pair to help with shipping. Let’s get shoes to the Philippines before school starts again. These children from Kanawan, Morong, Bataan would greatly appreciate a pair of shoes
The Church Leadership Team at Fairfax Church announces a change in Associate Pastor.  Rev. Amy Grant has been projected by the Bishop and Cabinet to be sent to Cunningham United Methodist Church on the Charlottesville District.  Amy has been with us since August of 2015 and has been a very caring and nurturing pastor to our congregation.  We will miss her presence, sermons and pastoral leadership.  We are also happy for her new opportunity and we send our best thoughts and prayers with her.  Amy’s last Sunday will be June 16, and she will begin at Cunningham Church on June 30.
Let’s make more smiles like these! We are now collecting shoes to send to the children and youth in Philippines. All sizes of new and gently used shoes are welcome. The shoes will be delivered just in time for the new school year. We have a collection box in the Fellowship Hall. For more information contact Todd Steiner
Tomorrow, April 7, 10:30am, room 112.  Mission info session for August 4 to the Honduras Independence Bilingual School.  All invited!
Join us in Bible Explorers Sunday School Class at 11  am Room 313. We will discuss discipleship and sacrifice
Arrrive on time for your preferred worship service tomorrow!
Please keep Bishop Sharma D. Lewis in your prayers.  Many of you will remember her preaching at FUMC last September.  Her latest surgery was today in Richmond.  Pray also for her family and for her team of doctors.  Bishop Lewis will be a on a six-month medical leave.
This evening!
From Rev. Bonney’s message this morning. The painting comedian/ actor Bill Murray saw that saved his life.  “Song of a Lark” by Jules Breton.