Callisburg United Methodist Church
A luncheon was given in honor of Pastor John Gowling. This was his last Sunday to preach at our church. We have learned after High School, Pastor John enlisted in the åmilitary as a marine and served two terms in Viet Nam. Then he served on the Police Force in Dallas as a detective. Pastor John and his family lived in Frisco when God called him to the ministry. After serving in several churches he came to Callisburg United Methodist church but will now serve as an assistant pastor in a non-denominational church in Little Elm. Our church is very blessed to have had Pastor John minister to us and he will be greatly missed.
The Reverend Kathy Brown will now pastor our church. She has served as pastor of the Sadler Methodist Church and has ministered in the Callisburg Methodist Church from time to time in the absence of Pastor John.
This Sunday, after the Call to Worship and Affirmation of Faith, Jane Stout had the Children’s Time and Pastor John read scriptures from the Old Testament, Joshua 24:14-28. Pastor John’s sermon was titled “You Must Choose!” and encouraged the congregation to choose whom you will serve even perhaps through persecution.
There is still time to have your pictures and information put in the Church Directory by getting a photograph to either Doneé Webb or Betty Mckenzie.
Vacation Bible School was a great success.
On Saturday, Sept. 15 the church will have their annual Harvest Sale.
You can reach Pastor Kathy Brown at the church by calling 940-665-1985. Another number will be given for Rev. Brown in the future.
Calvary Baptist Church
We will be host Celebrate Freedom service this Sunday. The Children Choir will sing three songs and the older children will conduct a flag ceremony including leading the pledges to the Christian and United States Flags. The Adult Choir will be singing Lee Greenwood's “God Bless the USA” for a call to worship. All music for the service will be of the patriotic gender.
Larry Kremling will be bringing the message Sunday morning at 11 a.m. and also at 6 p.m., Sunday evening. Everyone is invited to worship with us.
9:45 a.m. Bible study
11 a.m. Morning Worship
11 a.m. Kids Church
5 p.m. Adult Choir Practice
6 p.m. Evening Worship
6 p.m. Kingdom Kids Class
Prayer Meeting 6 p.m.
Men’s Prayer Meeting 9 a.m.
Calvary Baptist is located at 900 S Wine Street. All are welcome to join us as we worship our Lord.
Christian Science Society
On Sunday, July 1, the subject for our weekly lesson will be “God” which will include quotations from the Bible and correlative passages from “God the Preserver of Man” by Mary Baker Eddy, our founder, which explains the readings from the Bible from a spiritual perspective.
Our service is held at 115 E. Hird St., at 10:30 a.m. Everyone is cordially invited. Our reading room is always open to all before services.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Visitors are always welcome at our church services and activities at 1503 W. California Street.
On Sunday, our Sacrament Meeting is from 10 to 11:10 a.m.
Sunday School is from 11:20 a.m. to noon.
Priesthood Meeting, Relief Society, Young Men and Young Women meet from 12:10 to 1 p.m.
The Primary services for children ages three to 12 are from 11:20 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children meet together to sing and hear talks from children and meet in age-group classes for a gospel lesson and activities.
Nursery is for children from 18 months to three years old.
Cub Scouts CAN
The Cub Scouts of Troop 670 are still collecting aluminum cans as a fund raising event. Please keep all of your aluminum cans and bring them to church on Sunday mornings or to the church on Wednesday evenings between 7 and 8 p.m. Receptacles will be available for depositing the cans. Call Jim Peless at (903) 429-6535 for more information. Thank you for your support!
Work on Genealogy
The Family History Center is open for members and the public on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The center is at 1503 W. California Street and there is no charge to use the genealogy center.
The Gainesville Ward website is found under tools at www.lds.org.
The Ward Missionaries can be contacted at 940-726-3808.
Please work on getting your Visiting Teaching done for this month and report your teaching to Sister Shaklee by calling her at (940) 665-2569 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Faith Lutheran Church
Faith Lutheran Church invites everyone to join our worship service on Sunday morning. The traditional worship service will begin at 10:15 a.m. The sermon will be based on the Gospel of Mark 5: 21-43. Sunday School for children and youth and Bible Study for the adults will begin at 9 a.m. The Adult Bible Class will be led by John Morris, who will continue a study of the life of David. For those who wish to arrive at 8:45 a.m., coffee and fellowship will be shared. A nursery will be provided. Following the church service, we will have First Sunday Meal, which will be “An Indoor Picnic” with hot dogs and all the fixings.
Need a ride to church?
Would you or a family member like to attend church or Sunday School, but you don’t have transportation? Do you know someone who would like a ride to church? We can help. It’s simple; just call the church at 668-7147 or Mischa Brown at 641-1231 before noon on the day prior to the day the ride is needed. A carpool volunteer in your area will be contacted to make it happen. We are excited for you to attend our services at Faith. Please don’t let transportation difficulties keep you from joining us; we would love to have your company and fellowship.
This week the congregation welcomes back Faith’s mission team who have been on a mission trip to Birmingham, Alabama. The team includes Clarissa Brooks, Brittany Brown, Jonathan Ginther, Tori Hawkins, Clayton Rupert, Wyatt Rupert, Garrett Shellenberger, Jake Sundbye, along with adult sponsors Pastor Scott Sundbye and Catherine Brooks.
In Faith’s church family, Keil Bowden will celebrate his birthday this week. We ask special blessings on him.
Sally Haynie’s Bible study
On Monday, July 2, Sally Haynie will host a Bible study in her home at 1821 Arkansas St. at noon. The group will continue an intriguing study, “ Discover Your Own Gifts of the Spirit, Fruit of the Spirit, and Natural Talents.” For further details call Sally Haynie at 580-3116.
Ladies Bible study
The Wednesday the Ladies Bible Study group will not meet this week due to Independence Day.
Helping Hands of Faith
Helping Hands of Faith, a mission of Faith Lutheran Church, is located at 719 Smith St. in the old Frankie Schmitz Shoe Factory building. Run by volunteers, this thrift store uses its profits for donations to the church and community. Funds are donated to organizations such as Stanford House, ABBA Women’s Center, Cooke County Home Hospice, CASA, CPS, Camp Sweeney, VISTO, and several area Volunteer Fire Departments. Regular store hours are 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. If you have items to donate, bring them to the store on regular store days. If you have large items that need to be picked up, call 668-4393.
If there is any way that Pastor Scott Sundbye or Faith Lutheran Church can serve you, please let us know. The church number is 668-7147 and Pastor Sundbye’s home number is 612-5552. The Bible Verse for the week: “Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God.” (Psalm 20: 7)
First Baptist Church
Seventh annual FBC Golf Tournament
Join us this weekend for our seventh annual FBC Golf Tournament. It will be held beginning at 8 a.m. at the Gainesville Municipal Golf Course this Saturday, June 30. We will have a 4-Man Scramble at $240 per team with a free lunch to follow. There is still time to sign up by calling the church office at 665-4347 and asking for Holly. This is a great opportunity for fun and fellowship while helping support youth missions.
Operation Christmas Child
Operation Christmas Child is in full swing already. Collection boxes are located throughout the church buildings. Items being collected for July are toothbrushes, toothpaste, hair brushes and combs. Join in and let’s make this the very best year ever for children in need around the globe.
Amazing Wonders VBS
VBS will be here before you know it, so mark these dates on your calendars and come join us for an amazing time at VBS. VBS will be held July 15-19 from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. each evening. We still need music teachers for younger and older kids and shepherds for all ages. If you are interested call the church office. Invite your friends to join you for VBS.
First Presbyterian Church of Gainesville
Welcome & Information
You are welcomed to visit or join the First Presbyterian Church of Gainesville under the direction of the Rev. John Hare at 401 S. Denton at Church St.
Call at 665-5153 if you have questions or information and leave a message or email:firstname.lastname@example.org or visit at www.firstpresbyteriangainesville.com.
DASH deliveries are at 10 a.m. from Pecan Creek Village on the 30th.
Adult Sunday School is at 9 a.m.
Sunday Services are at 10:30 a.m. & Children’s Sunday School is from the sanctuary after the Children’s Sermon.
The title of the sermon is “Namasté.”
Steve & Janis Skupin were the greeters; Natalie Massengale was the Pulpit Assistant; and the flower donation was by Reynolds & Lydia Ansley in honor of daughter, Charlette’s birthday. Sandy Currie, alto & Carla Waters, soprano sang “Be Thou My Vision.”
The 4th of July cookout is at 6 p.m. & the songfest is at 7 p.m.
The first GTIF (Girls Together In Fun) is at 5:30 p.m. at the Wolf Den.
VISTO requests 10 ounce cream of anything soup, 14 ounce broth, 10 ounce soup. Any and all donations are accepted.
Grand Avenue Baptist Church
At Grand Avenue we are pleased to announce four young people were baptized. They are Shelby Bradley, Lilliano Llvado, Caleb Bradley and Zack Bradley. Welcome to these new Christians and we will be praying for you.
Birthday and anniversary greetings
We wished Sarita Porter and Stephanie Woolf a happy birthday. Happy anniversary to Connie and Bob Woolf.
Choice Stephens and Rick Collett took up the offering as Suzanne Carpenter played “There Is A Balm in Gilead” on the grand piano.
Our Minister of Music, Benny Strong and Suzanne Carpenter sang “He Looked Beyond My Thoughts and Saw My Needs.”
Bro. Bill Black’s sermon was from Matthew 13:4-52, the parable of the net. When you go fishing you never know what you will pull up. In this parable the fishermen drew in the net, collected the good fish and threw the bad ones away. Teachers in Sunday School should bring out their very best efforts to give the message of salvation to attract all. There is no way to tell who will be saved; that is up to God. Reach out to new Christians with loving counsel. Strengthen and encourage them.
Upcoming events and information
ABBA is opening their doors to anyone who would like to pray for our nation, to stop abortion, to take us back to our Christian values. Their times are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday will be Penny Sunday, so please remember to bring your change to put in the little red wagon as the children pull it around at offering time
GABC is located in the 600 block of North Grand Ave. with off-street paved parking and the doors on the east side on Clements Street.
We start Sunday morning at 9 a.m. with coffee and breakfast in the Fellowship Hall followed by
Sunday School for all ages at 9:30 a.m. and the Morning Worship ay 10:40 a.m. and Evening Worship at 6 p.m. in the little chapel
Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. our Grief Support Group meets in the Fellowship Hall.
Our church office is open from noon until 4 p.m. weekdays. Call 665 2951 for prayer requests or more information.
Wednesday evening Prayer Service is at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall along with the Youth Get-together.
New Life Bible Church
“It’s Not Who You Are, It’s Who You Are in Christ”
Speaking from Galatians 2:1-10, Pastor Andy Anderson exhorted the church not to be an “exclusive club”. Andy talked about the curtain that is between first class and coach on an airplane, with the first class receiving all sorts of amenities coach does not receive. Exclusivity exists. There are churches who say, “If you aren’t a member of this church, you can’t take communion with us”. There are some who say, “If you haven’t been baptized in a certain way, you can’t be part of our fellowship”. These are two of the many examples in the church today of exclusivity, as well as those who demand works – just like the Judaizers of Paul’s time those who had accepted Christ, yet demanded that everyone, including the Gentiles, be circumcised and follow the old laws.
Paul spoke in Galatians 2:4, of “...false brethren secretly brought in (who came in by stealth to spy out our liberty which we have in Christ Jesus, that they might bring us into bondage)”. Pastor Andy explained that currently, those “false brethren” try to make us slaves by telling us we must do works in order to get to heaven. If we, however, have a true relationship with Jesus Christ, not just head knowledge of Him, the Holy Spirit Who is in us will illuminate the meaning of the scriptures to us the longer we study the Word. We will know that, as Christians, our relationship with Christ is all we need to get into heaven, and no other “works” are required. Cults come to your door to talk to you, trying to pull you away from your relationship with Jesus Christ and into their works-based religions. “No one can pull you away from Jesus Christ,” said the pastor. “So who do these people pull into their belief system? Someone who doesn’t have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Someone who may still be learning about Him, but doesn’t have a relationship with Him… Those spies today are no different than the spies then who want to bring us into bondage.”
Pastor Andy closed his message saying, “Don’t succumb to this. Know that this is not about works. It’s about God’s grace. Churches are being bonded to the shackles of works. They are being told they must do works to be in the ‘exclusive club of Christianity.’ It’s not our club, it’s His club. It’s exclusive, but it’s His exclusive club. People, look around to where you have that curtain in place. All of us have a little bit of a curtain in place – a little bit of exclusivity. Just like He rended that curtain in the Holiest of Holies, we must drop that curtain and stop excluding others.”
State School Ministry
Every 4th Sunday of the month members of New Life Bible meet after church to minister to the young men at the Gainesville State School. If you feel called to participate in this ministry, please see Robert or Susan Gleaton at the church.
What do you crave? Food? Social media? TV? Extreme organization? Do these cravings take up more of your time and thoughts than your attention to your relationship with Christ? The women of New Life Bible are involved in a study on Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m. based on the book, “Made to Crave” by Lysa Terkeust, which will teach how to turn your desires away from cravings and toward Christ. Women throughout the community are invited to join this study led by Kim Wilson.
Carol Grant will be hosting a fellowship for the NLBC women the evening of Sunday, July 8. The main dish of barbecue is provided. See Donna Anderson regarding side dishes to bring.
High School Youth
Youth leaders James and Alison Lewis meet with the high school youth in the outer building every Sunday morning at 9:30, for an invigorating bible study. The high school also meets on Wednesday evenings at the Lewis’home, learning how to study their bibles. This is very important to everyone to learn, so they can build a foundation of knowledge about the Lord and their faith, growing their relationship with the Lord.
This Friday evening, June 29, James and Alison are hosting a get-together at their house for all the youth, junior high through high school. Drop in when you can.
Junior High Youth
The junior high youth meet on Sunday morning as well, and are currently learning the foundational principles of the Old Testament, relating that knowledge with the New Testament, and growing their relationship with the Lord.
The annual NLBC Vacation Bible School will be in the evenings of July 9-13 from 6-8 p.m. The theme this year is “The Fruit of the Spirit,” and will include “fruit pickers” and “The Hootenanny Band”. It will be a lot of fun, and the children will get real bible teaching.
Weekly Men’s Coffee
The men of NLBC meet every Saturday from 7 to 8 a.m. at the church for coffee, fellowship, and a time of study and prayer. Please come, and feel free to bring a friend to this important fellowship.
Adult Bible Fellowship
Geoff Haberman is leading a Sunday morning bible study each Sunday at 9:30 in room 204. This is an interactive bible study which helps all those attending to increase their understanding of God’s Word. The fellowship is currently studying the book of Deuteronomy.
New Life Family Prayer
Each Sunday morning those wishing to join in corporate prayer are invited to come together in one of the front hall Sunday school rooms from 9 to 9:30 a.m. This is an opportunity to lift our church and our leadership up in prayer, as well as others who come to mind. Sunday school for all ages, toddlers through adults, begins immediately after the prayer time. A nursery is offered throughout Sunday morning, and during the church service. Children’s Church is also offered for the children toddler-aged through pre-school.
Praise and Worship
Steven Dulock and the praise team use their God-given talent to lead the congregation in contemporary praise and worship every Sunday morning before the church receives the Word of God. Everyone is invited to experience this time of praise, lifting your voice to our Creator.
Nursing Home Ministry
New Life Bible is involved in a ministry to the people of one of the local nursing homes. The young people have “adopted” three of the residents who might not have friends or family to check in on them, and will be visiting them frequently. Please see the youth department director, Kimberly Wilson, for details on helping with this ministry.
NLBC believes in preparing the young people for battle as they go out into the world. AWANA encourages children and youth to learn God’s word through memorization, reinforcing lessons, and fun games and activities. The AWANA program is on Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and includes children who turned three by September 1, as well as Junior High students. AWANA is on hiatus for the summer, but will return when the school year resumes.
New Life Bible Church exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus Christ, to develop them in Christian living, making a positive impact in our generation and in the world. Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.m., and the morning worship service begins at 10:45 a.m. A nursery is provided from 9:30 a.m. to noon each Sunday. New LifeBibleChurch is located at 3901 E. Broadway (about a half mile from Radio Hill Road on FM 678 just before the GainesvilleStateSchool). You may contact us by e-mail at email@example.com or find us on the web at newlifebible.com. You may also “like” us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Life-Bible-Church/131587403588376.
Sivells Bend United Methodist Church
Sivells Bend United Methodist Church will host a Fourth of July Celebration, Wednesday, July 4, to be held at the Sivells Bend School. Everyone is invited to come for hot dogs and home-made ice cream. You may add other picnic foods. The time is 6:30 to 8 p.m. Bring the children to play on the playground and for the adults fellowship and tribute to God and our country. There will not be fireworks here…… but some may find the great displays at other sites after dark.
The regular worship service will be at 9 a.m. July 1 at the church with pastor, Rev. Roslyn Eugster. You will find a warm welcome.
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Father Victor Cruz and parishioners of St. Mary’s Catholic Church invite you to join us for mass. Here, we gather to celebrate the Sacred Mysteries of our faith with the fullness of our beings. We invite you to come and pray with us any time. The staff and parishioners of St. Mary are committed to being hospitable and welcoming to all God’s people. We hope that you will join us…You would honor us with your presence, prayer, and participation in the Eucharistic liturgy. St. Mary’s Catholic Church is located at 825 North Weaver Street, Gainesville, Texas 76240. Phone: 665-5395.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is available at St. Mary’s. Each parishioner is invited to spend one hour of prayer before The Blessed Sacrament first Wednesday of each month from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and First Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Adoration is a beautiful, quiet time to spend with Jesus in prayer or meditation.
The Altar Society is a ministry of women of the parish, who pray for each other and all of the parish family, maintain the Altar linens, candles, flowers and decorations used for the praise and glory of God our Father at the celebration of the Mass. Members of the Altar Society pray the rosary each Saturday before the 4 p.m. Mass, beginning at 3:30 p.m.
St. Mary’s Book Club
St. Mary’s book club continues to meet on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 5 p.m. in the Rectory. Call Fr. Cruz for information on current & upcoming books.
Knights of Columbus
The mission of the Knights of Columbus, council 1167 is to help Catholic men remain steadfast in their faith through mutual encouragement, to promote closer ties of fraternity among them, and to set up an elementary system of insurance so that the widows and children of members in the group who might die would not find themselves in dire financial straits. Membership is open to practicing Catholic men 18 and older. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month. Grand Knight is Danny Wolf 940-736-3137.
St. Mary’s Vacation Bible School will be July 23 through July 27. Mark your summer calendars now.
Faith formation program
We invite anyone interested in learning more about their Catholic faith to join us on Tuesday evenings in the Activity Center at 6:30 p.m. for a pilot faith formation program based on Fr. Robert Barron’s Catholicism DVD series. The first session was on Tuesday, June 12, although you are still welcome to attend the next session. It is not mandatory to attend all ten sessions. Catholicism is a groundbreaking documentary Film Series and Multi-Media Study Program. The ten, 50 minute DVD episodes take viewers around the world and deep into the Faith, spanning over 50 locations in 15 countries.
St. Mary’s Catholic School news
St. Mary's Catholic School news: Anyone can be an active donor to help St. Mary’s School. Everyone has items that you are going to purchase and use during the year and your grocery cart probably has products like Coca Cola, Campbell’s soup, Sunny D, Dannon, Pepperidge Farm, Post cereals, V8, Glad storage, Pop Secret, Swanson, and Tyson products for the dinner table. Did you know that all those things that you consider to be a normal part of your life, can become fundraising income for St. Mary’s? Look for and collect these labels. You can help St. Mary’s School earn valuable incentives! Visit our website at www.smsmustangs.com to find a list of eligible items.
Friday, June 29
• Daily Mass in the Chapel at 8:15 a.m.
• Men's Spiritual Renewal Retreat at Parish Hall
Saturday, June 30
• Men’s Spiritual Renewal Retreat at Parish Hall
• Mass Offered at Gainesville State School
• Confession Opportunity
• Anticipated Mass at 4 p.m.
Sunday, July 1
• Sunday Masses at 8:15 a.m. and 11 a.m.
• Hispanic Sunday Mass at 1 p.m.
Monday, July 2
Daily Mass at 8:15 a.m. in the Chapel
Tuesday, July 3
Catholicism at 6:30 p.m. in the Activity Center
Wednesday, July 4
Daily Mass at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday, July 5
• St. Mary’s Book Club (R)
Victory Temple is a brand new Church work located at 5510 Hwy 82 East, It is pastored by Vernon Walker.
Bro. Walker has pastored Churches and been involved in missions work for 25 years.
We offer traditional services at 10 a.m. on Sunday morning and at 7 p.m. Wednesday night.
Please feel free to visit. May the Lord Bless You !
For more information 903-505-9305.
Vilott Baptist Church News
As Americans, we have been so blessed, and this week we will take the time to show our gratitude for our freedom to attend the church of our choice and worship our Heavenly Father openly and without fear. Every country does not enjoy that kind of freedom, and we are grateful for it. We would like to have you join us as we celebrate Independence Day with songs, prayers, and learning from God’s Word.
We start the week on Sunday mornings with a fellowship breakfast at 9:30 a.m. and Sunday School at 10 a.m. There is always a time for singing praises unto the Lord, the old time gospel songs as well as some new ones from time to time.
Our pastor Rick Isham will bring the message God has for us at 11 a.m. If you need the services of our pastor, please call 665-1629. He is willing to counsel with you and help in anyway you need.
We have Bible studies on Wednesday evenings starting with a meal at 6 p.m., and we go into separate groups for prayer and Bible studies. Throughout the summer our kids will be involved in Wacky Wednesdays where they will have different activities to look forward to each week. There is also a Bible study small group on Thursday mornings followed by a meal.
Our youth group is going to Camp Copass on July 2, and we will be praying for them as they seek God’s will in their lives. It is an important time for them as they make decisions that will affect how they live from now on.
This Saturday is the Men's Breakfast. We promise a hearty meal, a time of fellowship, and the opportunity to serve the church. You won't want to be late, so be there by 8 a.m.
Vilott Baptist church is located on FM 678 just past Callisburg. Call 940-665-1629 for more information.
Whaley United Methodist Church
Bring your family and join us for Celebration Worship this Sunday. In Mark 5:21-43, Jesus heals Jairus' daughter and a woman who had endured suffering for 12 years. What do these two stories, related back to back, tell us about Jesus' compassion? How do they help us think about the needs of women? Join us for “The Gift of Life for the Givers of Life.” We will celebrate the sacrament of communion this Sunday as well. The service will include excellent music and “Kid Time.”
9:15 a.m. Bible Studies for all ages
10:15 a.m. Fellowship/Coffee Time in Fellowship Hall
10:30 a.m. Celebration Worship in the Sanctuary
Whaley UMC Kids’ Day Out
Kids’ Day Out Summer Program is offered Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for children one year of age through fifth grade. Vacancies are very limited and filled on a first come/first served basis. Registration forms for the summer program and for fall classes are available in the church office. For more information call Misty Post at (940) 284-4921.
125th Anniversary Celebration
Whaley UMC is happy to welcome former pastors Rev. Dr. Keith Payne Boone (July 15) and Rev. Joe Ed Goolsby (Aug. 12) back to fill the pulpit once again as part of our anniversary celebration. All former Whaley members and friends are invited to join us Aug. 25 and 26 to celebrate 125 years of worship and ministry in our community.
A Reunion Choir of former choir members and directors will rehearse Saturday Aug. 25 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. At 6 p.m. all will gather in Fellowship Hall for an indoor picnic and old-fashioned Gospel Sing. Sunday August 26 Rev. Dr. W. Earl Bledsoe, Bishop of the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church, will bring the message for the Celebration Worship service. He will be assisted by Rev. Dr. Marvin Guier, Northwest District Superintendent. The Reunion Choir will sing for the service. A meal will be served for all in attendance following the service.
Whaley United Methodist Church is located at 701 Rosedale Drive in Gainesville. All are welcome and encouraged to participate in the activities, missions, and ministries of Whaley UMC.
For information call (940) 665-5588. “Come Home to Whaley UMC” this summer as we celebrate our proud past and look forward to a bright future.
Callisburg United Methodist Church
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