We think that Thomas is doubting, and that may be true. However, this one statement about Thomas misses the story of Thomas. Stories matter because they liberate us from being shackled and defined by one aspect of our lives.
Sanctuary Worship at 9 and 11am
The Sanctuary is open for masked and socially distanced worship. No reservations required.
Join the UMW Reading Express Circle for a discussion on Life of Pi. The protagonist is Piscine “Pi” Patel, an Indian Tamil boy from Pondicherry who explores issues of spirituality and metaphysics from an early age. He survives 227 days after a shipwreck while stranded in a lifeboat in the Pacific Ocean with a Bengal tiger which raises questions about the nature of reality and how it is perceived and told. Click to request Zoom access!
Collect Your Change
to Make A Change!
This year's UMW Pocket Change fundraiser, April 11-May 2, will support the United Community Centers Fort Worth, Education Enrichment Programs! Due to COVID, many Fort Worth ISD children are currently two-three grade levels behind in the basic academic building block for success - literacy. UCC’s after-school and summer literacy programs support and reinforce the literacy efforts of FWISD. Already supporting 150+ children daily, the UCC programs will expand to support 500+ students through summer programs. Get details and give here!
Alzheimer's Support Group
Caregivers or adult children of those with Alzheimer's or other dementia conditions are invited to attend this month's meeting on Sunday, April 11, 2-3:30pm. Click to request Zoom access!
A caring community for those currently fighting, or who have battled cancer and for those who provide care and support is offered April 12, 6:30-7:30pm via zoom. All are welcome to attend this monthly gathering.
Keller UMC Summer Theater Workshop presents "Seussical, Jr." Participants will learn all about the joy of bringing a production to life through acting, music, choreography and technical theater workshops all culminating in three live shows! Performances are free...donation will be collected for the Methodist Children's Home in Waco.
Participants, children entering fourth through twelfth grade, can immerse themselves in a real, live musical production. Due to COVID accommodations, participants are limited to (20) 4th-6th grade students and (30) 7th-12th grade students. Components include singing, dancing, acting, stage crew and set creation.
Mark your calendars and save the date for Vacation Bible School! June 21-24, from 9am-12pm. Limited capacity in person and virtual options will be available. Volunteer registration begins April 13, with participant registration following in May.
Youth Ministries (7th-12th Grade)
Be sure to sign up for our weekly e-newsletter, Youth News and to stay up to date for 7th-12th graders. Click here to subscribe! You can also follow us on social media and Remind!
It's time to apply for the Keller UMC Youth Ministries Council! Each year, we select one student per grade to assist in the dreaming, planning and executing of youth programs and events. Applications are open to rising 8th graders through rising high school seniors. Please, apply according to your grade for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications open on April 23 and close on May 31. We encourage all students active in the Youth Ministries Program to apply. Click for details and application!
Please notify your church family at 817-431-1332 if you or a loved one are hospitalized, or if there has been a birth, death or wedding in your family. If you are in need of pastoral care, let us know and a minister will respond.
Dave Harrison and family on the loss of their son
The family of Feng Zhou
Ethan & Anna Chianese
Charlie & Maria Winkley
If you are a new member or thinking about joining, we have a series of short videos explaining what being a member at KUMC involves. Click for more!
Connect and Serve
KUMC Resource Center
The Resource Center is open Tuesdays, 10am-1pm and Wednesdays, 4-7pm. If you know someone that needs help with food, please refer them!
Join Pastor Estee for a trip to the Holy Land to tour the most sacred sites in the Bible. This will be our third attempt to take this journey, as the last two trips scheduled in 2020 and 2021 could not happen because of the pandemic. Maybe you remember the trip being advertised last year and the time wasn’t right for you then. If so, here’s another chance to take the trip of a lifetime. We’ll visit Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, the Sea of Galilee and other holy sites. If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Estee.
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