Worship Schedule

    5:30 p.m. - Casual Worship in our Parlor
    9:15 a.m. - Arise! Worship & Nursery Care,
                       Adult Sunday School
  11:00 a.m. - Traditional Worship & Sunday School

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Cardboard Testimonies Video Click Here

Good Friday Service Audio Click Here

Stories of New Life

A life can be broken. A life can be

 affected by illness. A Life can fall

short of hope.   And you can

wonder, “Could faith make any

 difference?”   Is religion only

 something that’s other-worldly?

An imposition?   Or, if Christ is

 alive And if Resurrection is really a

 power: Could life in Christ make a

 difference now?

9:15 Sunday Arise! Worship in the Parlor

11:00 Sunday Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary

John Hice, Pastor

April 5 Easter Sunday
  Sunrise: 7:15 Front Lawn, Mark 16: 1-8
  9:15 Arise! and 11:00 Sermon: Unbound
  Scripture:John 11:17-27
  Theme: Freedom from death
April 12  
  Sermon: Release
  Scripture: Romans 8:12-25; Acts 16:16-34
  Theme: Release from imprisonment
  Special: Hear the results of our Commitments and First Fruits Sunday for the ROFUM Rebirth
April 19  
  Sermon: The Shrine of Your Choice
  Scripture: Acts 4:23-31   
  Preacher: Heather Nowak, CE/Youth Director
April 26  
Sermon: Home
  Scripture: John 14:14-28   
Theme: Freedom from homelessness


 Our New Wave Plan being made concrete

A plan has been in the works to renew our church building, to accommodate our New Wave plan for worship, outreach spiritual growth, and fellowship.

To see the New Wave plan click here

We’ve got an architect refining our plan and need to know how much we can successfully complete. So, we had a feasibility study.

The study was completed and formally presented to an all-church gathering on Wednesday, September 3. About 40 were in attendance.

In summary, our consultant conservatively estimated that the congregation is able to support a capital fund program of $650,000-850,000. Add to that, the proceeds of property sales estimated at $1.3 million; so he believes the congregation could sustain a project of $1.95 million to $2.15 million over three years. He believes that the congregation should undertake a renovation; but cautions that it should not start until the properties are sold.

Get the complete report click here
Watch the video part 1 click here
Watch the video part 2 click here
Read the meeting notes click here
Look at the Current building drawings, click here

First United Methodist Church
320 W. Seventh St., Royal Oak, MI 48067 USA
Telephone: (248) 541-4100
Fax: (248) 541-0192
E-mail: office@rofum.org

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