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.

 

 

972-782-7025

OFFICE HOURS 

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 of August 25th

1. We will have a Mission Committee meeting today right after our worship service in the Baker House.


 2. Tomorrow, Monday August 26th we will have a  Caring Ministry Committee meeting at 10 AM in the Family Life Center.


 3. There will be no Bible Study this week, Tuesday August 28th. Bible Study will resume next week.


4. Our Altar Rail offering for August will be shared with the Farmersville Independent School District. Please give generously!


You can submit a prayer request online by clicking here.

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Thank you to everyone who came out and helped us on our church cleaning/work day! It’s made a huge difference and we appreciate each of you! See MoreSee Less

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What is Faith?

“Faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.”

Faith is the substance, the assurance, the actual foundational essence and reality of that for which we hope — for a Christian, that’s the promises of Christ. And, faith is the conviction, the proof, the evidence, the substantiation of what is not seen but nevertheless known about the promises of Christ: that they are sure, sound, and dependable. The challenge of faith is being willing to let go of our own tenacious desire to trust in ourselves and, instead, trust in God.

That’s what we see the saints in Hebrews 11 being willing to do. They trusted in God … even when everything seemed to indicate otherwise, they nevertheless trusted in God.

By faith we understand …
By faith Able offered …
By faith Enoch was taken because he pleased God …
By faith Noah built an ark …
By faith Abraham obeyed …
By faith Abraham stayed …
By faith Abraham received power of procreation

By faith. Faith is an active verb, not just the content of our belief. Faith is the taking of our belief and putting it into action. Faith is an action, based upon belief, sustained by confidence.Hebrews 11:1-16 By: Dr. Gregory S. Neal Senior Pastor: First United Methodist Church of Farmersville, Texas August 11, 2019 See MoreSee Less

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