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Worship With Us Online
With Live Video Streaming

Live streaming video of the 10:00am Sunday Worship Service is available! To view this video stream, simply click on the link below, on any Sunday morning from 10:00am (Eastern Time) to noon.

CCLI Church Streaming & Podcast License #CSPL019090

Click here for Video Stream

The stream is through YouTube.

 

Options for Giving

EFT and Credit Cards please contact the Church Office (517)787-6460, 8am-4pm, Monday - Thursday, 8am-12pm Friday.
Checks may be mailed to: FUMC, 275 W. MIchigan, Jackson, MI 49201

Sermons on YouTube

Sermons from First UMC are on YouTube! We're constantly uploading new ones. If you missed a sermon, this is the place for you!

FUMC of Jackson YouTube

 

Attention Snowbirds!

Snowbirds, as you make your preparations to and from warmer climates, please remember to inform the church of your departure date, so we can update your records. Third class mail does not forward and is returned to the church with an addtional charge.

Another option for the newsletter is the paperless Parish Tidings. You'll get your news on time instead of waiting weeks for postal delivery. Sign up by contacting Dawn via email or 517-787-6460.

 

I'm in the Hospital
(Or I'm Aware of Someone Who Is)

Please let the church know that you will be or are in the hospital, church@firstumcjackson.org or 517-787-6460. Thank you!

 

 

 

Welcome to First UMC Jackson! We are a United Methodist congregation comprised of people from all walks of life. We recognize that all are seekers and all are at different stages in their spiritual journeys. We welcome all individuals and, as a congregation, seek to be a reflection of Christ's love. We invite you to join with us, as together we strive to know God and be known by God as He reveals Himself in new and exciting ways.

February Sermon Schedule

February 26, 2017- Eighth Sunday After Epiphany

Scripture:   Ephesians 4:1-6

Sermon Title: “WHY DO CHRISTIANS DISAGREE ABOUT SO MANY THINGS?”

Sermon Focus:   Throughout history, people have waged wars in the name of God.  Today, we still find ourselves at war with our beliefs.  Why is it that Christians can’t even seem to get along with one another?  Is there a common ground?  Is there a place where we can stand together?

Sermon Text:  I therefore, the prisoner in the Lord, beg you to lead a life worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, making every effort to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace.

Ephesians 4:1-3 NRSV

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