Year of Service
"I will bless you... so that you will be a blessing."
Sunday, February 2, Coleman Family Hall
Come celebrate with us!
Love All. Serve All.
To help you explore opportunities to serve with FUMCR, we have provided an easily searchable list to help you find your best fit.
Are you currently serving beyond FUMCR? We'd like to know! Share your story with Rohini (972.996.0157 email@example.com).
It's part of our mission and in our DNA:
SERVE WITH CHRIST
We're excited to embark on a church-wide initiative, challenging each of us to explore what it means to serve in new and different ways at home, at work or school, in church, and in the community.
The Year of Service will encourage us to be intentional about looking past ourselves and joining with others to make a great impact, and we want you to join us!
Want help getting connected or want to share information about a service opportunity with an organization you support?
Contact Rohini Drake - firstname.lastname@example.org / 972.996.0157.
Find Ways to Serve
Search by any or all of the filters or use the "Text search" field to enter your own filter to search for opportunities that meet your specific preferences.
This list is being updated regularly. Do you know of an opportunity that isn't listed? Contact Rohini Drake at email@example.com or 972.996.0157.
Card Color Legend: | FUMCR Internal Ministry | FUMCR Outreach Ministry | Community Partner | International Partner |
Year of Service Stories
Share your story with Rohini Drake at 972.996.0157 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Culture of Service
January 21, 2020
The physical allure of this place isn’t why my family and I have decided to make FUMCR our church home. It’s because someone saved me a seat in choir rehearsal when I was brand new and didn’t know anyone. It’s because a Sunday school teacher made an extra effort to get to know my kids so they felt more comfortable going to a new classroom. It’s because a greeter in the balcony remembered our names and told us how happy she was to see us again. It’s because the communion servers look my kids in the eyes and tell them “Jesus loves them.”Keep Reading