World Mission Week, October 13-20, 2019

Mark your calendars! Our WFMC annual missions emphasis week will be held October 13-20. Please plan to participate in the special events for everyone. Click here to download the brochure. 

Sunday, October 13th
8:30 & 10:50 a.m. worship services – Sanctuary

“Title Here”  Scripture Here  Thad and Nikki Roller, Free Methodist Church Missionaries to Columbia.

Thad and Nikki Roller have been appointed to the capital city of Bogotá, Colombia. They will facilitate the ministry of the Colombian FMC and provide support to its leaders. Their initial assignments include championing the Beehive Girls Home and helping it to become self-sustaining while also learning about the Community Church Planting strategy and supporting its implementation in the Colombian context.

9:40 a.m. – Sunday School Seminars, Building B classrooms – Click here for a listing of seminars for teens and adults

6:00 p.m. worship service, Sanctuary

“Title Here”   Scripture Here   Thad and Nikki Roller

Wednesday, October 16th
7:00 pm—Bldg B (B200-201)
Thad and Nikki Roller

Saturday, October 19th

8:00 am—Building C Great Hall
Men’s Breakfast, Dan Owsley

10:30 am—Room C202
Ladies’ Mug-n-Muffin, Hope Owsley

Dan and Hope Owsley are involved in church planting and leadership training in the capital city of Brasília. Dan teaches, preaches, disciples new believers and mentors FM pastors. Hope is involved in women’s Bible studies, evangelism and discipleship of new believers. They both lend support and encouragement to Free Methodist churches in the greater Brasília area.

Sunday, October 20th
8:30 & 10:50 a.m.—Sanctuary

“Title Here”  Scripture Here  Dan and Hope Owsley, Free Methodist Missionaries to Brazil

9:40 a.m.—Building B
Sunday School Seminars – Click here for a listing of seminars for teens and adults.

6:00 p.m.—Building C
International Potluck – Please bring an international main dish and a salad, vegetable, or dessert. Remember that American favorites are also international dishes. You are encouraged to wear international attire, if possible.