CELEBRATION @ 9AM | TRADITIONAL @ 11:10AM 325 E. TWIN SPRINGS ST., SILOAM SPRINGS, AR 72761

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GROWING DEEPER. BRANCHING OUT.

Timothy Team

The ministry of Timothy Team derives its name from Timothy, the 2nd generation Christian mentioned in the Bible who was discipled as a young man by the apostle Paul.

Timothy Team is an engaging and high-energy service for children ages pre-k through 6th grade which meets Wednesday nights at 6:15pm during the school year.  Every Wednesday you can expect kids to memorize scripture, participate in worship and be taught directly from the Bible.

Manny Teaching

Manny Anchondo became the minister of Families With Children in November of 2013.  He is passionate about teaching rich theological truths in clear and fun ways.  He has an undergraduate degree from Central Bible College and a Master’s degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

 

 

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Worship Arts rehearsals are picking back up for the fall soon-- please note the time changes! We look forward to serving with you in our music ministries.

Our Fall 2017 rehearsal times will begin Wednesday, September 6th.
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PASTOR'S NOTE:
Have you ever noticed that some homes have red doors? Why red and not blue or brown or green? There is actually some real psychology or even spirituality regarding that color choice. According to the Internet, there are a number of reasons to paint your front door red and often the reasons vary by country and culture. Here are just a few from a list compiled by Dabney Frake, a contributor to the website Apartment Therapy (see www.apartmenttherapy.com/history-of-red-front-doors-222757 for the full article):
• In Scotland (perhaps also other cultures), it signaled that a home had been paid off
• Feng Shui views red as a color of positive energy. It is also a color of good luck in China
• A red door was code for a place of refuge for weary travelers or a safe house on the Underground Railroad
• Catholics at one time painted doors red to represent blood and to ward off disease

These details about red doors all work well to understand what Jesus did for us and this Sunday in Worship at First United Methodist Church of Siloam Springs we are going to unpack why Jesus and his grace are like a “red door” and what we must do to accept and access his grace. I hope you’ll join me at either our 9:00 am Celebration Service or our 11:10 am Traditional Service for “Home Improvement: Renovated by Grace.”

Also, if you are a student or teacher getting ready to head back to school, please bring your backpack or book bag with you to Worship as we’ll say a special “blessing of the backpacks” as you begin a new school year.

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STUDENTS: bring your backpacks this Sunday to our 9:00am or 11:10am services! We want to pray over you, your school, and your teachers for the upcoming school year. ...

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Have you ever heard the term “curb appeal?” It’s frequently used in real estate to describe how inviting and attractive a home might be. Growing up I used to enjoy visiting my grandparents, but I did not enjoy visiting the house next door. There was a large abandoned house that was cold, spooky, and run down. It was uninviting. It had zero “curb appeal”!

Jesus once met a wee little man named Zacchaeus, a tax collector by trade who was so excited to catch a glimpse of Jesus that he climbed a sycamore tree for a better view. His life up until this point had been pretty cold, harsh, and uninviting, like the old house next to my grandparents he was and his life was unappealing. Jesus entered his life one day and invited him to come down out of the tree. Jesus even invited himself into Zacchaeus’ home.

God’s invitational grace works in a similar way. God invites us all into a deeper relationship with hope that we might invite Jesus into our heart, our home. No matter how messed up our lives may be or mistakes we’ve made, God still wants to make a home with us.

Perhaps my favorite topic is that of grace and throughout the month of August we’ll be talking about grace and the renovations God wants to work in our lives. I hope you’ll join me this Sunday and all month long in Worship at either our 9:00 am Celebration Service or 11:10 am Traditional Service for our series beginning this Sunday “Home Improvement: Renovated by Grace.”
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There will be a group going to the 3:30pm showing of “Moses” at the Sight and Sound Theatres in Branson, MO. If you would like to go, please pay for your tickets by Sunday August 13th. $45 for adults and $20 per child. Checks can be made payable to FUMC Siloam, or sign up with the "Signup Genius" link. Let us know if you are riding the church bus or driving your own vehicle, and we will meet at the church that Saturday at 12 noon. We plan on having dinner together in Branson after the show. Contact Tiff Smith for more information. ...

MOSES - Sight and Sound Theatres

September 9, 2017, 12:00pm - September 9, 2017, 8:00pm

There will be a group going to the 3:30pm showing of “Moses” at the Sight and Sound Theatres in Branson, MO. If you would like to go, please pay for your tickets by Sunday August 13th. $45 for adults and $20 per child. Checks can be made payable to FUMC Siloam, or sign up with the "Signup Genius" link. Let us know if you are riding the church bus or driving your own vehicle, and we will meet at the church that Saturday at 12 noon. We plan on having dinner together in Branson after the show. Contact Tiff Smith for more information.

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