Entries by Debbie

School Supply Fund

Madison FUMC is collecting school supply funds to help teachers and students in need. If you would like to give, drop off to Madison FUMC and earmark “School Supply Fund.”

Adult Programs

Check out these opportunities for adult Bible studies, fellowship, and support that have been planned with pandemic safety in mind. Roberta Watson, Director of Adult Education, will be glad to help you find a place or create one that interests you. For more details or to get connected, contact Roberta at Roberta@madisonfumc.com. Cokesbury Zoom SS […]

Intercessory Prayer Ministry

Now more than ever, many will benefit from our prayers and will appreciate knowing they are on our minds. We encourage anyone who would like to be included with our IPM ministry to join us. During Covid, our Intercessory Prayer Warriors have been praying and corresponding from home during this crisis period. The prayer ministry […]

Youth in Action

The youth are meeting in small groups and mostly in outdoor settings for activities, discussions and fun. Youth Director, Garrett Bearden, is connecting with teens on a weekly basis and always looking for homes to host a small group.  To plug yourself or your child in, contact Garrett at garrett@madisonfumc.com.  Our youth is not meeting on campus for […]

July 12, 2020 Worship Service

Rev. Grady Mosley’s Sermon: “Going Fishing” ~ Scripture: Luke 5:1-11 Like most encounters with Jesus, He offers us a change of life, a mission that promises that will be a challenge, and speaks a powerful word to us that our lives will never be the same again.  

July 5, 2020 Worship Service

JULY 5 ~ 10 AM ~ WESLEY BUILDING Rev. Grady Mosley’s Sermon: “Sometimes”  Scripture: Matthew 14:22-33 A message speaking to our faith in Christ when life around us seems to be going bad, fast! AUDIO ONLY:

June 14, 2020 Worship Service

Pastor Grady’s message today speaks to us about the “between” times that we go through in life. Ecclesiastes 3 says: “There is a time for every season and this indeed is a season of preparation.”