During the Covid 19 Crisis, all meetings are being held on ZOOM. Please text Pastor Amy for information on joining the ZOOM meetings at (765) 667-2742. Reach out at any time if you need assistance. Meetings are held on Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8 pm in the fellowship hall. A meal is served beginning at […]
We regret this meal is suspended during the COVID 19. Join us and other community churches each Wednesday for fellowship and a free meal in our Fellowship Hall. Everyone welcome. Enter at the 6th Street door.
Join Pastor Amy each morning at 7 am on our Facebook page FUMC_Decatur to share a time of scripture, a hymn, a devotion and prayer. Feel free to do a watch party, invite your family, friends and neighbors, comment prayer requests and thoughts.
Scripture: Acts 2:1-21 Pentecost is another high holy day of the Christian calendar. Called by many the birthday of the church, Pentecost represents a passing of the mantle of sorts—from the Incarnate Christ to the ever-present Spirit, the reminder of the God within, the sustainer, the teacher, the strengthener. Pentecost is a day of celebration […]
Christ has been raised. The Spirit has come with wind and fire. So now what? Now what do we do as the church called into being by the Christ who was born, who lived and healed and taught and loved, who suffered and died on a cross, and was raised in glory? Before he left […]
Scripture: Matthew 28:16-20 The first Sunday after Pentecost is also called Trinity Sunday. One explanation reports that this is the Sunday where you explain the Trinity. Good luck with that. The Trinity is one of those concepts that defies explanation. Oh, we can get close; we can provide hints or glimpses of the reality of […]
Scripture: Matthew 9:35-10:8 How do you count? Count what? Count the days; mark the passing of time. One of the things that “season after Pentecost” can do is remind us that we are walking in the power of the Spirit. We are the church empowered, equipped, and sent by the God we worship and the […]
Scripture: Matthew 10:9-23 This is the third Sunday after Pentecost. It is also the first day of summer and it is Father’s Day. We also celebrate our Confirmands! And we give thanks for and wish blessings upon Pastor Amy and her family as they worship with us this last time before her new appointment begins. […]