Meet us online!
Sunday morning services will continue on Facebook Live, archived in Facebook at the FUMC page, and on YouTube! Join us online any time while we weather the COVID-19 restrictions.
Also, the website ZOOM will be used for small group gatherings.
•Via YouTube on a Smart TV/Roku/Apple TV/Amazon Fire: Download the YouTube app and search "Hanceville FUMC"
•Via YouTube or Facebook with a phone or tablet
•On a computer by going to www.hancevillefumc.org and select the "Worship Videos" tab.
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Starting August 2019, Sunday morning service is held in Faith Hall the first and third Sundays of the month, instead of in the sanctuary of the "Rock Church." Last Sunday, the choir was able to try out a new sound system in Faith Hall.
Join us! Worship starts at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. Small groups meet at 9:30 a.m.
Friends packed Faith Hall again today for a Donation Lunch to raise funds for a new sound system! Faith Hall is our beautiful multi-purpose building where the children and youth have enjoyed so much fun and learning during the summer program (which ends July 31).
Starting in the fall, regular church services will be in Faith Hall each first and third Sunday.
This is where Wednesday Night Live provides supper every Wednesday night (5:30 p.m.).
Civic groups in the area have also asked permission to use the venue for special events.
So, you can see the building is well used, and the new sound system will make it even better! If you would like to support our goal, gifts can be still made online here at the church website or through members' Realm donation accounts.
Over a dozen men from the church went to Birmingham for the annual Gridiron Conference. There was music, love, and inspiration for all! Speakers included Phil Waldrep, Tony Evans, James Merritt, Jake Olson and Michael, Jr. Music was by Josh Turner and Charles Billingsley.
Everyone is looking forward to next year's conference!
Photos thanks to Ty Watwood and Phil Waldrep Ministries.
Fathers and men (young and old! ) were recognized at First Methodist today and treated the congregation to some good "old-time" singing! Each one was given a Father's Day gift from the church.