FAIRVIEW UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Love GOD. Love each other. Change the world.

WELCOME TO FAIRVIEW

Welcome to Fairview United Methodist Church! In the name of Jesus Christ, please accept our warm welcome, both to this website and to our congregation. We hope this website provides the opportunity to learn more about our church and its ministries. We welcome you whether you are new to our area, a member of our congregation, looking for a church or just curious about Fairview. Our church is filled with love, grace, and care for others, and our worship services are designed for people of all ages, including children. We are called to make disciples of Jesus Christ for transformation of the world- through small groups, missions, classes, worship and we strive to be true followers of Jesus by living out our faith in what we say and what we do.

We extend an invitation to you to be our guest at an upcoming 11:00 am worship service and look forward to meeting you in person. Whether you have questions of faith or are a committed follower of Jesus Christ, if you are longing to deepen your relationship with Christ, to be a part of a supportive community, and to grow, Fairview is a church of people on a journey. You are welcome to join us on that journey and we hope you might find a church-home with us.

 

HOMETOWN MISSIONS, JUNE 23-27, 2014

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TUESDAY DINNER

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Pencil sketch of Fairview United Methodist Church

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Worship Times:

Sunday School 10:00

Sunday Traditional 11:00

Wednesday Meal Children and Youth 6:00

Wednesday Childrens Program 6:30

Wednesday Youth Ministry 6:30

Wednesday Adult 7:00

Special Events:

Breakfast-

3rd Saturday 7:00 - 10:00

Family Fun Night-

2nd Friday 6:00

Lord's Acre Sale-

Last Saturday in September

7:30 - 2:30

Fairview United Methodist Church

878 Highway 81 North

Jonesborough, TN 37659

Pastor Christi Taylor

Phone (423) 913-2275

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STEWARDSHIP MESSAGE:

In Ephesians 2:8 Paul tells us "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith - and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God." In his book Five Practices of Fruitful Living, Robert Schnase writes about "The Grace of Giving." While we know that our church has a need for money, it is more important to realize that we as Christians have a need to give. By giving back to God we grow as Christians and can thank Him for that gift of grace He has given us. God loved us so much that He generously gave His only Son. His love and generosity set an example for our own love and generosity. John Wesley wrote "Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can." John Wesley encourages us to use our material gifts from God to deepen our knowledge and relationship with Him. When we are in relationship with God we become more generous.