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2019 Holy Week Worship Schedule

Please join us as we take time to reflect and prepare during Holy Week. Maundy Thursday, April 18 (6-8pm) Come when you like for this self-guided tour of different discipleship experiences.  Visit the Labyrinth for a reflective prayer walk, celebrate Holy Communion, experience foot washing, or spend some time in confession, nailing your sins to…

Job Opening | Director of Congregational Life and Nurture

Seeking to join a ministry team that is passionate about Christ and sharing his love with others? Full-time ministry opening for Director of Congregational Life and Nurture beginning April 1st. You must love variety, love people of all ages, and love growing disciples for Jesus Christ! Check out the job description below and send your…

New member class set for February 9!

Maybe you have decided First Wayne Street UMC is the place you want to put down your roots. Or maybe you haven’t decided, but have questions about the church. Or maybe you would like to meet some folks that are new, too! Pastor Cheryl will be leading a new member class on Feb. 9. This…

Koinonia class tackles study about tough topics

“This is not a topic I can talk about!” Perhaps you’ve had an experience that makes you uncomfortable. Maybe you said something that another person took as offensive. Or it might be that you think of yourself as a good person and you are anxious that you can never be “good enough” when it comes…

A Heart for Helping

Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ (Galatians 6:2, NRSV). First Wayne Street has a rich history in so many areas.  It has been a delight to serve with you this past year. As we look toward the future together, Stephen Ministers and Care Team members at…

Youth ministry to host fundraiser

The youth ministry at First Wayne Street is excitedly preparing for a summer mission trip to Chicago! The week of June 9, the youth will build relationships with urban ministries in the city as well as with each other. The week-long trip will challenge the youth to experience the thrill of following Christ. To help…

Sanctuary Christmas tree has new home

Many of you will remember the beautiful 15 foot Christmas tree that used to grace the sanctuary at Christmas time. Since its discontinued use about 5 years ago, it has languished in the storage space in the old chapel, but this Christmas it has found a new home with a local non-profit organization that serves…