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Welcome to the website of
Fountain Park United Methodist Church

We pray that your time spent here will enrich your walk with the Lord.  We are ordinary people who hunger for more of God, a church family that cares for one another, disciples of Jesus who share His love of others, and a church where you can serve and grow.  We worship and serve God from a heart of love, faithfully proclaiming Christ in word and deed. 

What’s Happening at FPUMC
         June, 2018

United Methodist Women:  Thursday, June 21st @ 6:30pm.  The program will be presented by Marie Kuznacic.  All ladies of the church are welcomed. 
FPUMC Family Activity:  Saturday, June 23rd @ 11:30am at Kohler-Andrae State Park.  Join the fun for a lunch, hiking, swimming.  Bring your lunch and join in this church family picnic.  More details will be given in upcoming bulletins.
Sermon Series “Leaving a Lasting Legacy” Week 3:  Sunday, June 24th @ 9:00am service.  “Leaving a Legacy of Love.”  We live in a world that seems to be commanded by hatred, intolerance and selfishness.  These things do not build up a world, but destroys it.  For the world to survive, we must show love to one another.  God wants us to receive that love, and then pass that love on to others.  We discuss how we can pass on a legacy of love to share with the world.  (See below for more details)  
Youth Mission Trip Commissioning:  Sunday, June 24th during the 9:00am worship service.  Youth and adult leaders will be blessed as they prepare for their mission trip to Wilmington, DE, leaving on June 30th. 
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Sermon Series “Leaving a Lasting Legacy” Week 4 :  Sunday, July 1st @ 9:00am service.  “Living By Your Conviction.”  We tend to base our decisions on one of four motivations in life; on circumstances (what’s happening around us), or convenience (what’s easy), or criticism (what will others think), or on our convictions (our deeply held beliefs).  So we look at 6 Christian convictions that can guide our lives as we live for the Lord.  (See below for more information)
Free Community Meal:  Sunday, July 1st from 4:30pm to 6:00pm in Fellowship Hall.  Open to everyone in the community, especially for those in need.
Scholarship Committee Meeting:  Monday, July 2nd @ 6:30pm in the library.
Mission Committee Meeting:  Tuesday, July 3rd @ 6:30pm in the library.
Administrative Board Meeting:  Tuesday, July 10th @ 6:30pm in the library.
Independence Day:  Wednesday, July 4th.  Thank God for the freedoms our country has, including the Freedom of Religion: Congress shall not prohibit the free exercise of religion.  Church office will be closed.
The Salvation Ride:  Saturday, July 7th,sponsored by the Sheboygan Salvation Army.  Early check-in on Friday, July 6th, 4pm-6pm, also starting 6:30am the day of the ride.  Bike rides begin at 7:30am from King Park, 1615 South 7th Street, Sheboygan.  For more information click on this link for details: The Salvation Ride
Things to Know

Sermon Series “Leaving a Lasting Legacy”.  This 4-part series begins during worship services the weekend of June 3rd.  What are we leaving for the next generation to build upon?  What things can we pass on to other folks that can enrich their lives?  This series focuses on four qualities that we can hand off to future generations that will give them faith, hope and love as we live within the convictions of God’s truth in the Bible.  We invite everyone from the community to join us for this interesting series.
Soda Pop Sunday: By simply donating the price of a can of soda will help save the life of a rescued infant in Kenya!!  These infants are often found abandoned along the road or in the trash.  So we are joining forces to support Dave & Jennifer Bell’s rescue mission in Kenya.  The last Sunday of every month will be designated as “Soda Pop Sunday”.  Funds collected will help buy needed items such as medicine, diapers, and infant food.  What a wonderful way to care for “the least of these” until they are adopted by a Christian family.  For more info go to the Mission Page.

Hospitality Table:  Join your fellow church friends and visitors for coffee, juice & snacks for a little social time every Sunday before and after the worship service in the Narthex.  All are welcome!!

Worship With Us

Saturday 5:00 p.m. Worship Service
Sunday 9:00 a.m. Worship Service
Sunday 10:20 a.m. Sunday School for all ages
Sunday 6:00 p.m. Adult Bible Study
Wednesday 9:00 a.m. Women’s Bible Study