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Rev. L. Kim Eanes in her final service as pastor of FUMC

Rev. L. Kim Eanes answers the question, “Whose Church Is It, Anyway?” Click on the tab above labeled “June 28 Service” to view this final message from Pastor Eanes.

Father’s Day service and Roy Smith award presentation

Rev. Kim Eanes offers a message to Christians on Father’s Day and Shannon Johnson presents the Roy L. Smith FUMC Humanitarian Award for 2020. Click on the link above labeled “Father’s Day Service”.

Graduates and scholarship winners recognized

Four FUMC high school graduates, four college graduates and eleven First Methodist Scholars are recognized in a service that celebrates youth, scholarship, perseverance, achievement and opportunities. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Click on the tab above labeled Graduation/Scholarship Service to view this service for June 14th from the sanctuary of Cheraw’s First United Methodist Church.

“Peace With Justice” Sunday is today celebrated by Methodists worldwide

In Jesus’ inaugural address, standing in his home synagogue in Nazareth, he detailed his game plan: “The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.” (Luke 4:18-19) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. To view Rev. Kim Eanes message, click on the tab above labeled “Peace With Justice Service”

Pentecost, the fulfillment of a prophecy

Pentecost is the fulfillment of a prophesy. Before his death Jesus had promised his disciples that he would not desert them following his death but rather remain with them always through the Holy Spirit. Fifty days (Pentecost is Greek for fiftieth day) after Easter the Holy Spirit descended upon the disciples assembled in Jerusalem. They became fortified and emboldened and went forth to preach the gospel; hence, this day is celebrated as the “birthday” of the Christian Church. Click on the tab above labeled “Pentecost Service” to hear and view, from the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church, the Pentecost message, especially appropriate for these days, as offered by Pastor Kim Eanes.

Memorial Day and Methodist Heritage Day

Today’s service celebrates not only an historical remembrance for our nation but for our church as well. Click on the tab above labeled “May 24 Service” to view and hear, in word and song, the history of an American holiday as well as the roots of our faith from global, national and local perspectives.