Adding the Church Calendar to your Phone

Posted on: January 30, 2018 at 6:15 pm, in Standard Post

Have you ever wanted to add the church’s calendar to your phone. We use a public Google Calendar. If you just want to see our calendar you can click on the link below and it will display in a new tabbed page.

Open Calendar in a new tab

You can bookmark that page if you like.

Different calendar tools use different methods to feed the church’s calendar to your phone.  Here a couple of methods.

Shareable Link for a Google calendar:

Shareable ical Link for an Apple or Windows phone:

If you need more help, watch this video to add the above ical link to your Apple Device.

Watch this link to add the calendar to Outlook:

I hope this works for you.  If not try some web searches with your favorite search engine.  With the links above, I will bet you can figure it out.

See you in church.




2018/02/04 — The Transformation of the World

Posted on: December 24, 2017 at 8:01 am, in Standard Post

Text: John 15:18 – 16:11

Synopsis: In the 1800s evangelists traveled throughout the prairie towns of America and saw whole communities come to Jesus Christ in a single night. I asked God whether I could live long enough to see a whole town or city transform to Jesus Christ. I haven’t gotten a definite “yes,” but I’ve seen amazing things. (more…)

2018/01/28 — Discipleship Got a Bad Rap

Posted on: December 24, 2017 at 8:00 am, in Standard Post

Text: Luke 5:1-11 and John 21:15-19
Synopsis: The word “brainwashed” came to mind when I thought of discipleship, until years ago I read a book called “The Cost of Discipleship” written by a Lutheran pastor in Nazi Germany who refused to go along with most of his fellow pastors in following Hitler and turning a blind eye to justice. He was tortured and eventually killed in a concentration camp. Now, the word “brainwashed” comes to mind when I think of today’s society that has lost touch with righteousness and holiness, and doesn’t stand for much outside of ourselves.
Sermon Series: “Making Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World”

2018/01/21 — FUMC Priority #3: Leadership

Posted on: December 24, 2017 at 7:58 am, in Standard Post

Text: Mark 9:33-35, 38-41; 10:35-45

Sermon Series: “New Beginnings”

Synopsis: “I can skip this Sunday because I’m not a leader. Never have been. Never will be.” But the act of skipping church is itself an act of leadership that affects others. Since every person has leadership roles, we might as well polish them up.

2018/01/14 — FUMC Priority #2: Faith

Posted on: December 24, 2017 at 7:57 am, in Standard Post

Text: Luke 7:1-10
Synopsis: Did our church really make faith the #2 priority to focus on this year? Isn’t faith for weaklings to fall back on when they can’t do something themselves? Yet the greatest faith Jesus ever encountered was that of a Roman military officer who understood the power of authority. Hmmmm.
Sermon Series: “New Beginnings”