August 3, 2021
Fall Sign Ups begin August 1st for Children, Youth, Choir and Adult Classes and...
At Flower Mound UMC we believe worship is a vital aspect of our spiritual formation. Gathering to celebrate together, pray together, lament together, sing, share praise, and so much more helps us to stay connected as a congregation. In fact, the word "religion," from the Latin word religio literally means to "re-ligament" or "re-connect." No matter what brings you to us on a Sunday morning - the invitation from a friend, a major life change, trauma, or mere curiosity - we hope your participation in our worship services will be as inspiring to you as your presence is to us, connecting you with the divine and us to one another.
Baptism | signifies a person's incorporation and adoption by God into the Christian faith family. In the United Methodist tradition, we believe that through baptism God's grace is extended to a person whether they are an adult, choosing to accept Christ in their life later in their years, or a child, whom the parents' commit to raising in the Christian tradition. We believe that God does not discriminate on age nor does God revoke the grace bestowed in baptism. Therefore, we only baptize a person one time. If you have already been baptized, you do not need to be baptized again, though there is an option to renew your baptismal vows. If you have not been baptized, we can arrange your or your child's baptism you personally prior to joining. For more information on Baptism contact our Senior Pastor.
Communion | In the United Methodist Church, we believe that the Lord's Supper, instituted by Jesus before his death, conveys the real presence of Christ. Jesus promised to be with us always, even after His ascension and that presence is made real to us as we gather at the Communion table together. In the Methodist Church all people are invited to the Lord's Table. We celebrate Communion on the First Sunday of every month. Similarly, as an additional offering to God, each month we highlight a missions opportunity and collect a rail offering.
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As per the North Texas Annual Conference guidelines, the CDC's recommendations, and the safety of our children and unvaccinated members, FMUMC is maintaining social distancing and requiring masks be worn at all times while on the campus. Here are a few ways we're striving to keep you and your family safe: