Our thanks to Rev. Fred Kolshorn for filling in for Rev. Dugger for the last few weeks. She will be back in the pulpit on Sunday Sep. 12th, so it is appropriate then that this video sermon by Rev. Kolshorn is on “Comings and Goings”.Posted by North Fayette United Methodist Church on Wednesday, September 8, 2021
In this week’s video sermon Rev. Fred KoIshorn explores our “Quest for Holiness”.Posted by North Fayette United Methodist Church on Friday, September 3, 2021
To the Congregation of North Fayette and Friendship UMCs,
We have faced challenges this past year and a half that most of us have not experienced in our lives. In the face of all this, the congregations of North Fayette and Friendship UMCs have responded with extraordinary generosity, continuing a long tradition of supporting the needs of our school children and their families. You – the members of this fellowship working together – have joined in the most inspiring outpouring of caring I have ever seen.
Your donations have already provided our students with school supplies, food, shoes, clothing, hygiene supplies and much-needed medication, and the depth of the funding will help to sustain these efforts.
Bill and I have always felt that we belong to the kindest, most caring church around. You prove this all year long with numerous outreach programs. But the support our school children receive from you is above any other I know. We are honored and proud to call all of you friends!
On behalf of all the people in the Fayette County Schools, I thank you for your caring spirit and generous heart!
— Kim Bryan, Member of North Fayette United Methodist Church and School Social Worker for the Fayette County Schools.
Jesus is calling us to follow him. In this week’s video Rev. Fred Kolshorn asks “What is your decision?”Posted by North Fayette United Methodist Church on Friday, August 27, 2021
Bread is a big part of a healthy diet. In this week’s video Rev. Fred Kolshorn talks about how the “bread of life” is essential to a well-fed soul.Posted by North Fayette United Methodist Church on Friday, August 20, 2021