Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors  

200 Carr Street  ∑  P.O. Box 1386  ∑  Fulton, Kentucky 42041


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Support this ministry to our community by praying, providing meals, greeting, or caring for children! Youíre also welcome to donate funds by designating Celebrate Recovery on checks made payable to Fulton First UMC. To volunteer, please contact Neighborhood Initiative Intern Kimberly Curry.

Electronic Giving: You have asked and electronic giving is here! We are a congregation of travelers and some have asked for a way to support church ministry whether here or away. Planning Center Giving offers three ways to give electronically and/or set up recurring donations. Give it a try and if you need help with setup, contact Shannon Raines at or 404-312-5345. Click on "giving" for the website portal.

From Pastor Nancy:
I was reminded this week about this poem attributed to Oscar Romero, former Archbishop of San Salvador. If Lent is about finding breathing space, this poem/prayer/reflection gave me the gift of taking a deep breath in a challenging season of ministry.
A Future Not Our Own
It helps now and then to step back and take a long view.

The Kingdom is not only beyond our efforts, it is beyond our vision.

We accomplish in our lifetime only a fraction of the magnificent enterprise that is God's work.

Nothing we do is complete, which is another way of saying that the kingdom always lies beyond us.

No statement says all that could be said.
No prayer fully expresses our faith. 
No confession brings perfection, no pastoral visit brings wholeness.

No program accomplishes the Church's mission.
No set of goals and objectives include everything.

This is what we are about. We plant the seeds that one day will grow. 
We water the seeds already planted knowing that they hold future promise.

We lay foundations that will need further development.
We provide yeast that produces effects far beyond our capabilities.

We cannot do everything, and there is a sense of liberation in realizing this. 
This enables us to do something, and to do it very well.

It may be incomplete, but it is a beginning, a step along the way, 
an opportunity for the Lord's grace to enter and do the rest.

We may never see the end results, but that is the difference 
between the master builder and the worker.

We are workers, not master builders, ministers, not messiahs. 
We are prophets of a future not our own.

Amen. We are planting seeds. We are laying foundations here in Fulton, KY/ South Fulton, TN. We cannot do everything that is needed, but we can be the Makerís workers! 

-Pastor Nancy

Fulton First United Methodist Church
200 Carr St., P.O. Box 1386
Fulton, Kentucky 42041
Church Phone: 270-472-3514
Rev. Nancy Johnston Varden, Pastor




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