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Dawn Patrol

Dawn Patrol is an intentionally diverse group of men who meet each Wednesday from 9-10:30am in person or on Zoom. Books that stimulate the sharing of stories are chosen. Our goal is growing in an understanding about, not only what it means to be a follower of Jesus in a divided world, but also what […]

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Manna: Young Adult Ministry

Join Manna, our weekly meetup for young adults in their 20s and 30s! In the Bible, Manna represents God arriving to a people who were yet discovering who they were. Manna was God’s provision. Manna was God’s way of teaching a people how to live and be together. Manna was preparing them for the journey […]

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Wednesday Evening Outdoor Prayer Service

You are invited to join us for the return of our Wednesday evening prayer services on our picnic table yard. We ask that you bring your own lawn chair or blanket. These times of worship will give us the opportunity to raise our joys and concerns, participate in a simple liturgy and sing together! Yes, […]

AXIOS

“…lead a life worthy of the calling to which you have been called…” (Ephesians 4:1). In the book of Ephesians, the Greek word used by the author for worthy is AXIOS. Axios is a reference to a set of scales on which one would place a set of weights on one tray, and an item […]

Led by: Rev. Matt Weiler
Ephesians 4:1-16

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Sunday Morning Class: Short Stories by Jesus

Join us for Sunday Morning Class after worship at 11:15am: In person in the Parlor at First United Methodist Church of Kalamazoo or online on Zoom Short Stories by Jesus: Led by John Clark Jesus knew how to tell a story. He knew that in order to get his message across he needed to relate […]

Summer Concert Series: The Great American Songbook and All That Jazz

The Great American Songbook and All That Jazz with Terry Lower (piano) and Dr. Barry Ross (violin) Pianist Terry Lower has been a fixture on the Michigan jazz scene for over 30 years. He is both a dazzling soloist and a superior accompanist. Find more information at https://terrylowermusic.com/. Dr. Barry Ross is the Concertmaster Emeritus […]

Youth Tribe

Teens are invited to join our active youth ministries at FUMC! Everyone has a voice as we learn together and take time to play, too. For more information and details on upcoming events, contact Pastor Matt Weiler at mweiler@umc-kzo.org.

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Wednesday Morning Yoga

Join us for yoga and prayer on Wednesday mornings at 8am via Zoom. This yoga is for every-body. It is most often a gentle session that stretches our bodies and reminds us to breathe. Through this practice we prepare ourselves mind, body and spirit for our coming Sunday morning worship with the reading of Scripture […]

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Dawn Patrol

Dawn Patrol is an intentionally diverse group of men who meet each Wednesday from 9-10:30am in person or on Zoom. Books that stimulate the sharing of stories are chosen. Our goal is growing in an understanding about, not only what it means to be a follower of Jesus in a divided world, but also what […]

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Manna: Young Adult Ministry

Join Manna, our weekly meetup for young adults in their 20s and 30s! In the Bible, Manna represents God arriving to a people who were yet discovering who they were. Manna was God’s provision. Manna was God’s way of teaching a people how to live and be together. Manna was preparing them for the journey […]

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Wednesday Evening Outdoor Prayer Service

You are invited to join us for the return of our Wednesday evening prayer services on our picnic table yard. We ask that you bring your own lawn chair or blanket. These times of worship will give us the opportunity to raise our joys and concerns, participate in a simple liturgy and sing together! Yes, […]

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Sunday Morning Class: Short Stories by Jesus

Join us for Sunday Morning Class after worship at 11:15am: In person in the Parlor at First United Methodist Church of Kalamazoo or online on Zoom Short Stories by Jesus: Led by John Clark Jesus knew how to tell a story. He knew that in order to get his message across he needed to relate […]