The Seekers Bible study group meets at 8:30 am on Sundays.
A person can join at any time and never be “behind”. Check us out! You'll be surprised at how much you can learn while having a great time with others.
There are three UMW Circles at Fargo First United Methodist which meet at different times. Every new female visitor and member is encouraged to visit one or more that fit your schedule.
Each Circle supports the global ministries of the church and believe in putting faith, hope and love into action. Meeting times vary.
If you don’t know how to quilt that's ok as there are many jobs to be had—such as ironing, tying, labeling.
Quilts are distribution at the Spirit Lake Ministry Center and to our young members who are baptized.
Occasionally the group holds a quilt sale. The quilters meet Tuesday afternoons at 1 pm.
The group meets Thursday mornings at 10:00 AM.
“We talk about serious things and how God is working in our lives and we pray for each other. But we also talk about fun things, which movies to see, or not see, tell jokes, ask about families.”
These women are always open to new people joining their group, just pull up a chair and they’ll fix you up with knitting or crocheting materials to create a beautiful shawl that will comfort a sick or grieving person. Other crafters and drop in guests are welcome too.
The shawls are given to church or community members who are experiencing a difficult time. It is a tangible symbol of God’s love and how we can show love for our neighbor.
The Prayer Shawl Ministry meets in the foyer on Wednesday evenings during the school year.
The Sanctuary Choir sings regularly for the 11:00 am Sunday worship service. This non-auditioned volunteer choir is directed by Carson Covey.
The repertoire is varied.
Choir members range from high school students to well into their 80’s. While presenting music well is a priority, members share laughter and significant care with one another. A prayer circle ends their rehearsal time.
Rehearsals are at 7:00 Wednesday evening and 10:20 Sunday mornings.