Euless First Blog

What exciting times these are to be part of Euless First United Methodist Church! In addition to our ongoing ministries, this year we have expanded our support of South Euless Elementary School, gone on our first-ever international mission trip, and provided 50 water filters to the developing world! If that weren’t enough, our church voted […]

Project Transformation is a ministry initiative that started in the North Texas Conference in 1998, since its conception it has grown to 6 annual conferences around the country. Project Transformation ministers in three primary areas. 1– Children: the program works with inner city kids to help them maintain or improve reading levels over the summer. […]

You, your family, your co-workers, and friends are invited to Rise Against Hunger’s (formerly Stop Hunger Now) community meal packaging event on Saturday, June 10! With your help, we will package more than 10,000 meals in our warehouse for people suffering from hunger around the world. Here are the details: Community Meal Packaging Event:, Saturday, June 10 from 10 […]

Part of John Wesley’s genius, as the founder of the Methodist Movement, was the way he organized to make disciples. He established small groups everywhere he went. When these small groups met, they would go through a list of questions at each meeting. The questions were designed to guide the group members into a deeper […]

Part of John Wesley’s genius, as the founder of the Methodist Movement, was the way he organized to make disciples. He established small groups everywhere he went. When these small groups met, they would go through a list of questions at each meeting. The questions were designed to guide the group members into a deeper […]

  Part of John Wesley’s genius, as the founder of the Methodist Movement, was the way he organized to make disciples. He established small groups everywhere he went. When these small groups met, they would go through a list of questions at each meeting. The questions were designed to guide the group members into a […]

Part of John Wesley’s genius, as the founder of the Methodist Movement, was the way he organized to make disciples. He established small groups everywhere he went. When these small groups met, they would go through a list of questions at each meeting. The questions were designed to guide the group members into a deeper […]

Part of John Wesley’s genius, as the founder of the Methodist Movement, was the way he organized to make disciples. He established small groups everywhere he went. When these small groups met, they would go through a list of questions at each meeting. The questions were designed to guide the group members into a deeper […]

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