First United Methodist Church
1124 Fifth Avenue
Huntington WV 25701
Rev. Mark Conner, Senior Pastor
Rev. Ronald R. Brooks, Pastor Emeritus
Contemporary Worship: 8:45
Traditional Worship: 10:45
Sunday School: 9:30
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Whoever you are, wherever you come from, you are welcome!
Sunday School for all ages
Child care is available during both services and Sunday School
The people and pastoral staff of First Church would like to welcome you to our Internet Ministry. Please feel free to surf this site and learn more about us.
The members of our congregation devote their time and efforts in ministry to the community in many ways, from stocking and distributing food to the needy to participating in Habitat for Humanity. Our congregation is made up of people from all walks of life who share their talents selflessly.
We encourage each of you to feel the presence of God in your life and join us in worship on Sunday mornings at 8:45 and 10:45. Sunday School is at 9:30. A Korean Congregation meets at 1:00 p.m. in Rooms 201 and 202. Remember, God loves you!
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Walk the Word
Around the World
It is 25,000 miles around the world. We’ve already gone 7,816 miles. The bulletin, newsletter, and web page will offer a daily scripture reading for you to reflect on as you make your journey. Please continue to keep track of your miles and together we will get back home in time to celebrate Pentecost. Your readings for this week are:
Isaiah 35: 1-10
Luke 1: 47-55
Psalm 146: 5-10
James 5: 7-10
Matthew 11: 2-11
December 9-15 scripture overview: These readings convey that the coming of God, or the coming of the Messiah, will be profoundly transformative. The promises of messianic possibility work against our exhaustion, our despair, and our sense of being subject to fate. The psalm provides a comprehensive summary of the miracles wrought by God in the past to make new life possible. Jesus’ life and ministry embodied these large expectations of Israel. The prophetic oracle , psalm and Gospel reading all move toward the practicality of the epistle reading, which demands that we allow this claim of the human possibility to permeate all of life. Our life is directed to the reality of God, the very God whom we discern in our present and to whom we entrust our future.
Disciplines A Book of Daily Devotions 2013
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