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Harmony, Unity, Wholeness, and Justice, Peace, and Salvation—all are Shalom. Welcome to FUMC, where it is our desire to be a place of Shalom for all, a faith community joining together in the movement towards God’s vision for the world.



Announcements

Weekly Announcements - Friday April 24 to Thursday April 30, 2009

Sunday May 3, 2009 First United Spanish Mennonite Fundraising Lunch
12:15 pm in our church basement following the service
The FUSMC Ladies are preparing chicken & beef burritos to raise money for the MCC Resource Centre which ministers to newcomers in Canada.

Weekly Announcements - Monday April 21 to Thursday April 23, 2009

FUMC will worship with Mennonites across the province for the MCBC Joint Service,

May 24, 2009 at 4:00 pm
Chandos Pattison Auditorium
10238 168 Street, Surrey, BC

For more details, maps and directions please visit: http://mcbc.ca/events.html
Meal tickets will be required to ensure that ample food is pre-ordered. Please contact Belinda by phone (604) 321-2131 or email firstunitedmennonite@gmail.com to reserve your ticket(s). Belinda will be collecting money and taking names after each church service starting May 3 & May 10th.

FUMC Website Launched!

It's been a long time coming, but it's finally here!
Welcome to fumc.ca, cyber-home of FUMC. Take a look around, and let us know what you think. (and if you happen to see any rough patches--dead links, misspellings, omission of important information, theological inconsistencies or logical fallacies--let us know so we can fix them!)

Re-Imagining the Community of Mission

Re-Imagining the Community of Mission:
An Introduction to the New Monasticism
DATE: Saturday, May 2nd, 2009
TIME: 9:00 to 3:30
LOCATION: Grandview Calvary Baptist Church
1803 East 1st Ave. Vancouver (parking is available one block east of the church at 1st Ave. and Victoria Drive)
PRICE: $49
REGISTER ONLINE @ www.williamcarey.ca

First, let go of that image of monasticism you got from Monty Python.
Second, think back to how monastic communities in Christian history preserved a Gospel witness and brought God’s transformation to their communities.