Fish & Chicken Fry
4:30pm - 7:00pm
4:30pm - 7:00pm
The United Methodist Women (UMW) continue their fundraising tradition this year, hosting Noblesville First’s annual Fish & Chicken Fry. Proceeds from the event, which welcomes 500 guests to our church, benefit many UMW projects, including preschool scholarships, food pantries, mission projects, and Hope for Women International.
$6 Children (10 & under)
All-you-can-eat fish or chicken
Choice of two sides
(green beans, macaroni & cheese, slaw or applesauce)
Roll, Dessert & Drink
There are many ways to contribute to and enjoy this wonderful event.
Volunteers are needed from 4-6pm, 5:45-7:45pm, and a 7pm shift to help with tear-down and clean-up. A few volunteers are also needed at other times.
CLICK HERE for the volunteer online sign-up.
Or sign up at the information kiosks or contact Mary Burns at moc.l1506135608oa@40150613560827snr1506135608ubd1506135608 or 317-877-1678.
It takes lots of desserts, and the crowd favorite is ... PIE. Others are fine too, but no refrigerated desserts please. Deliver them to the church on Thursday, Sept. 21 or Friday, Sept. 22.
CLICK HERE for the dessert online sign-up.
Or sign up at the information kiosks
or contact Julie Hiday at ten.t1506135608sacmo1506135608c@yad1506135608ihaj1506135608 or 317-691-4291
or Jan Howell at moc.o1506135608ohay@150613560836lle1506135608wohna1506135608J1506135608 or 317-877-1510.
A $25 table sponsorship gets your business’s name on every placemat, on all the tables and posters on the walls. Make checks payable to the UMW and mail to Noblesville UMW, 2051 East Monument St, Noblesville 46060 or bring into the church office. Questions? Contact Cathie Mills at moc.l1506135608oa@5315061356081slli1506135608mab1506135608.
If you would like to make a donation to benefit this wonderful outreach event, make your check payable to Noblesville UMW. Checks can be dropped off in the church office.
6:30pm - 8:30pm
The next 13-week session begins Friday, August 18, 6:30-8:30pm. Participants can begin anytime throughout the session.
Unless you’ve been there, it’s hard to understand the hurt that comes from separation and divorce. Our group facilitators do. They have been through divorce and successfully rebuilt their lives. They understand and are here to listen and help you through the hurt.
Our weekly sessions include a video featuring nationally-known experts in divorce recovery, support group discussion about the video content and issues you face and your personal workbook for study and journaling.
We welcome anyone who is experiencing divorce or separation to this community wide support group.
Learn more about the program at www.divorcecare.org, email ten.l1506135608abolg1506135608cbs@s1506135608revem1506135608w1506135608 or call Carol Miller, 317-773-2500.
8:00am - 12:00pm
Teter Organic Farm is an outreach ministry of Noblesville First United Methodist Church. The farm grows over 30 varieties of fresh produce on three acres northeast of Noblesville.
Because we believe everyone deserves to eat healthy food, we grow exempt organic produce for local food pantries, food banks and feeding programs. Teter Farm also grows sustainably-grown produce for a 25-member Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and the Noblesville Farmers' Market.
Visit us at the market Saturday mornings at Federal Hill Commons in Noblesville, 8am to noon, beginning May 6!
Learn more about the farm at ... www.TeterOrganicFarm.com or contact our Farm Manager Jonah Tabb at 317-318-3169.
In July we focused our preaching on the Missional Heart of God and encouraged all of us to see ourselves as missionaries that God has placed in a particular mission field to have an impact as we build toward the Kingdom of God.
Following Jesus day-by-day is not easy to do all on your own. In fact, following Jesus was never intended to be a solitary activity. From the beginning of Jesus’ ministry he called together a group of 12 disciples to live life together, to share deeply, to pray together, and to offer one another mutual love, support, and encouragement. Some of you have groups that you already participate in regularly for this purpose, but others of you are looking for a place to grow deeper as a disciple of Jesus Christ.
For those of you looking for a discipleship group, we will be forming new Growth Groups that will begin meeting in October. Throughout our September sermon series, “Together We Are Better”, we will reveal more details on how these groups can help you grow closer to God and one another. We will then host a special CONNECT launch event on September 24 immediately following 9:30 worship in Wesley Hall for any adult who wants to participate in a Growth Group. We are excited about how God will use these groups to encourage and empower us as we join Him in in His disciple-making mission for the transformation of the world.
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10:30am - 11:00am
If you are looking to meet and socialize with other young(ish) adults, meet in front of the downstairs nursery on Sundays 10:30- 11am for coffee and donuts.
No commitment needed, no time limit required, just an opportunity to meet, talk, and connect with others!
Contact Sarah Gaspary moc.l1506135608iamg@1506135608yraps1506135608agbs1506135608
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Financial Peace University, from financial expert and author Dave Ramsey, teaches participants how to manage their finances, live debt-free and so much more!
God provides for us so that we can live and give like no one else. The classes help us understand that 100% of the money we have is from God and belongs to God. We learn to understand that we are simply managers of His money. It is not about us giving God a percentage of our income, but about God giving us a percentage to manage our daily lives.
The group will meet for nine weeks on Sundays 6:30-8:30pm beginning August 27. FREE childcare is available! Just let us know in advance.
Learn more at www.DaveRamsey.com
3:00pm - 7:00pm
Giving couldn't be easier at the Noblesville First Blood Drive!
Click here to schedule your appointment. Drop-ins also welcome.
6:30pm - 7:45pm
Tuesdays, 6:30-7:45 pm
Beginning September 26
Facilitated by Pastor Jerry Rairdon
One of the biggest obstacles to a meaningful prayer life is thinking that prayer can only be done one way. This five-week workshop explores ten basic prayer practices that will help you discover a method that works best for you and your lifestyle. We will partner with one another to work on our prayer life in between sessions and hopefully by the end of our time together we will have a better sense of when God is speaking. We will discover when we learn to make room for God that God will show up. This class is good for long time Christians or those who are just beginning. Sign up ... at the kiosks or email moc.t1506135608srife1506135608llivs1506135608elbon1506135608@nodr1506135608iarj1506135608
4:00pm - 9:00pm
Casual, engaging and collaborative.
Have a question for the pastor? Ask it! During the service! We will take time to worship the Lord, hear teaching on His word, and discuss the same scriptures and themes being preached Sunday morning.
Thursdays at 6:30pm in the Vine (Enter Door #5)
Contact Matt Hantelman at moc.t1506135608srife1506135608llivs1506135608elbon1506135608@naml1506135608etnah1506135608m1506135608