Welcome to

First United Methodist Church of Farmersville


We are a body of believers in Jesus Christ, united in our faith, dedicated to serving others. We welcome all, see and serve others, and know the joy of loving Jesus Christ.
We have been an active part of the Farmersville community for over 150 years, providing a spiritual home for all who seek to know Christ.





9am – 1pm
Monday – Thursday
The church office is staffed throughout the week by many wonderful volunteers!

Dr. Neal’s Office Hours:
Monday: 11am – 3pm
Tuesday: 11 am – 1pm
Wednesday: Visitation Day
Thursday: 11 am – 3pm

206 N Main Street

Farmersville, TX 75442

 Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 680

Farmersville, TX 75442

For the week December 1

1. The December Altar Rail offering will be for the USO.

2. Mike & Barbara Henry will be cooking delicious hams for your Christmas meal again this year. This is a fund raiser for our Mission Committee. Order forms will be available next Sunday. The hams should be ready for pick up around December 20th.

3. A new Advent Bible Study will begin on Tuesday Dec. 3rd and Tuesday Dec. 10th at I PM in the Family Life Center.

4. We will have 22 gorgeous poinsettias at the front of the sanctuary. They are “up for adoption”, so we are asking that you sign up in the office The cost this year is $17.00 each (the same as last year).

5. The Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPR) will meet on Monday Dec. 2nd at 6:30 PM in the Baker House.

6. Trustees will meet Sunday, Dec. 15th at 6:30 in the Baker House.

7. The Angel Tree program has approximately 80 children who are not yet “adopted”. Please consider “adopting” one or more of these children. It can easily be done on-line. The web site is: “FarmersvilleOutreach.com”

8. Ashley Gatlin, our children’s ministry director, is still collecting children’s and adult’s house shoes to be donated to the Angel Tree program. There is a box in the Family Life Center for these donations.

9. Youth Gift Wrapping- December 8, 15, 22 after worship. Youth will be wrapping Christmas presents for donations. Let us take the hassle and work of wrapping off your hands.

You can submit a prayer request online by clicking here.

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Good morning! Join us this morning as we begin the season of advent, worship at 1050! Don’t forget- today starts the advent photo challenge! Tag us so we can see all the fun! 😊Join us in the Rethink Church Advent Photo Challenge! Everyday take the word prompt and post a picture of how you perceive the word. #adventpic #rethinkchurch #fumcfville See MoreSee Less

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Amidst all of the difficulties and trials of life,
Amidst the pain and the anguish,
Amidst the fear of loss and the actual experience of loss,
Amidst sickness and death,
Amidst disagreements and disappointments,
Amidst it all, and through it all, we have opportunities to testify.

Most people pay attention to Jesus’ words in Luke 21:5-19 as telling us about what’s going to happen at “the end” of the world when the universe is about to change. And, truly, as Jesus describes things here, the world is quite a mess. Nothing much has changed, has it? Jesus spoke of a mess then, and we sure have messes today.

The mess even gets personal:

"[T]hey will arrest you and persecute you; they will hand you over to synagogues and prisons, and you will be brought before kings and governors because of my name. This will give you an opportunity to testify." (Luke 21:14-13)

This will give us an opportunity to testify. Did you hear that? This is red-letter stuff: today, and every day, we have an opportunity to testify about our faith in God and the love we have received in Jesus Christ our Lord. This is not an option; it’s a directive and a calling direct from Jesus. And, for our testimony to be true, we must use more than words: we must share the love of God with all in deeds as well as in words. See MoreSee Less

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Join us in the Rethink Church Advent Photo Challenge! Everyday take the word prompt and post a picture of how you perceive the word. #adventpic #rethinkchurch #fumcfville See MoreSee Less

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