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Mark 6:30-44

...So they sat down in groups of hundreds and of fifties. Taking the five loaves and the two fish, he looked up to heaven, and blessed and broke the loaves, and gave them to his disciples to set before the people; and he divided the two fish among them all. And all ate and were filled; and they took up twelve baskets full of broken pieces and of the fish. In all, five thousand families ate that day.

This Week at Agape'

Come in! We are open!

Join us for Sunday morning worship in our 

Agape' MCC Sanctuary at 10:30AM 


Join us for Sunday Morning Worship

at 10:30AM on Facebook Live.

With the most recent change to the CDC Guidelines, we strongly encourage all of our community to maintain social distancing and wear masks when attending our live services.

Click here to join us on FB Live.

Wednesdays at 6:30PM

via Zoom

Meeting ID: 816 8960 6902

Join us for "Taosim",

a course created by Glenda Taylor and facilitated by Rev. David Wynn.

Glenda Taylor writes:

“This is for me one of the favorite things that I have presented through the years, through story-telling, art, references to history, and through other means, in workshops and lectures in several states and now online. I consider it so valuable to us at this particular time, as it explores a way of life that brings peace of mind and serenity of spirit, even in chaotic times like what we are experiencing today. Taoism is an ancient Chinese wisdom. This self-paced seven-lesson course is packed with audio and video content, suggestions for contemplation and activity, quotations and vocabulary, suggestions for further study, and a great deal more. All seven lessons are free for now.”

Follow this link to begin the course,

Follow this link to discover more about the gifted teacher Glenda Taylor,

We will begin with check in as is our ritual when we gather. This course is self-paced so there are no requirements for how you choose to engage it. We will talk about Lesson 5 on September 29th. Whether you’ve looked at the lesson or not, you are still invited to come be part of the discussion.

Please join us via Zoom as we share a time of connection.

Watch for Thursday Announcements with Rev. David

(TAD TALK) each Thursday on Facebook Live. Find out all the latest updates by clicking on David's picture!


You are invited to attend the wedding of

Michael Stephens


Dan Leaver

Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 11:00AM


Marion Sansom Park

Inspiration Point (Pavilion#2)

2501 Roberts Cut Off Rd

Fort Worth, TX 76114

There will be a gathering following the service.

We are closing in on that time of year again, the Annual Congregational Meeting. We will be providing information related to the meeting over the next couple of months.

Please mark your calendars with these important dates:

Congregational Forum - November 07, 2021 following morning worship

Congregational Meeting - November 14, 2021 following morning worship.

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved Bailey. He was a long time member of Agape' MCC and a friend to everyone he met. We will be hosting a Celebration of Life Service for Bailey, October 16, 2021 at 11:00AM in the Agape' Sanctuary.

Please continue to hold Lou, the love of his life for 50+ years, close in prayer.

Bailey Shackelford

July 21, 1948 - September 30, 2021

A life well lived is a precious gift

Of hope and strength and grace,

From someone who has made our world

A brighter, better place

It’s filled with moments, sweet and sad

With smiles and sometimes tears,

With friendships formed and good times shared

And laughter through the years.

A life well lived is a legacy

Of joy and pride and pleasure,

A living, lasting memory

Our grateful hearts will treasure

-Author Unknown


Come Together to Support Afghan Women and Girls

“Safety and security of women and children will determine the well-being and strength of our nations” - Rajnath Singh


The Taliban's takeover in Afghanistan has put the rights -- and lives -- of hundreds of thousands of Afghan women and girls at extreme risk. 


To rally behind these precious individuals and the progress they are entitled to, Spiritual Playdate calls on our global peace education partners to come together in support of protecting and promoting their most basic human rights. 


And because we know that finding meaningful ways to help in times of crisis can seem overwhelming, we've identified a simple way that you can make a difference today.


A donation to Women for Women will provide a lifeline to Afghan women and children who are suffering; supporting desperately needed lifesaving services for those who have endured unspeakable human rights violations at the hands of the Taliban.


Sending positivity and prayers to these women and girls is crucial, but sending resources to uphold their health and safety is absolutely critical, so please join us in supporting this incredible organization by donating HERE today. 


Thank you, 

Edwina Cowell

Spiritual Playdate


Brene' Brown on Empathy:

MCC Council of Elders

Weekly Call to Prayer

How do we pray in a world ravaged by COVID-19 (and all its variants still unseen)?

How do we pray in a world showing signs of global warming while so many are denying it?

How do we pray in a world where natural disasters devastate animal, plant and human life?

How do we pray when we see and feel the impact of all these things on our own lives?

How do we pray when justice, peace and respect cannot be found in the human community?

These are the kinds of questions that have caused so many people all over this world to lose faith and to give up completely on the idea or the thought of prayer. So they don't ever acknowledge God or even a Higher Power and they refuse to give thanks or to ask for anything they want or need. This attitude and outlook only lead us to despair, loneliness, and isolation

I believe that one way to break this vicious cycle of downward-spiritual-mobility is to stop our thinking, and just do something up-lifting or inspiring. When we feel too negative to pray, we can break the chain of our thoughts with a song. I mean just sing -- any song. If you cannot sing then whistle a happy tune. It is true: when we sing, we pray twice. This is why I sing .Try it! Once you sing yourself into a better state of mind, then simply give thanks for one thing; then another; and still another, until your heart is filled with gratitude for the things you enjoy. Then ask simply for the opportunity to share something you have with one other person or group you care about. Pray with me now.

Most Gracious Hearer of Prayers,

Before I am swept away by the challenges I face on a daily basis, please give me a song!

Give me a song of gratitude for the way you fill me up, even if my glass is only half full, now.

Give me a song of courage, to lend a helping hand to some whose need is greater than mine.

Give me a song of faith, to remember all that you have done, so I can trust you again today.

Give me a song of love to help me work for justice by the reverence I show for all of life.

Teach me, oh God, to always keep a song in my heart. In all your holy names, Amen.



(she,her, hers)

Member, MCC Council of Elders

Minister of Music for

Breath of Life Spiritual Center MCC

Saginaw, Michigan, USA

October Birthdays

10/03 Evelyn Brown

10/05 Billy Stewart

10/06 Deanie Sewell

10/16 EJ Hudzina

10/20 Donna Boutwell

10/25 Jude Nerio

10/28 Shawn McCraw

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