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Let’s help them help others

“We need God to give us strength and wisdom to respond to the crisis all around us. Pray that God will protect our minds and our emotions as we deal with our new normal. Also, pray that God will keep us healthy in spite of the unsanitary conditions all around us. And please, please pray that God will specially take care of our children,” said … Read more...

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Marston Memorial Historical Center

Good news! After months of construction and loud noises, one aspect of the Marston Memorial Historical Center has been completed. Everyone is welcomed to stop by and see the renovated 1910 replica chapel.

On Oct. 13, the Zahniser Chapel in the Historical Center was dedicated in honor of the five Zahniser preacher brothers. The Historical Committee was joined by World Ministries Center staff, Board of … Read more...

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Pray for Las Vegas

As you know, Sunday evening a gunman opened fire on a music festival in Las Vegas and in just minutes, more than 50 were shot dead and more than 400 were wounded. It was the work of a lone gunmen, but it seemed and surely felt like an act of war upon the people stricken, their families and their community.

The Free Methodist Church joins … Read more...

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This photo shows hurricane damage and flooding at the Free Methodist Church in Santurce, a district of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Pray for Puerto Rico and Help It Recover From Hurricane Maria

BY BISHOP DAVID ROLLER

This photo shows hurricane damage and flooding at the Free Methodist Church in Santurce, a district of San Juan, Puerto Rico.

If you’re still dry, perhaps you’ll want to help. Although communication is not yet fully restored, we are getting reports out of Puerto Rico of extensive damage to homes and Free Methodist churches. Everyone and everything got wet — some … Read more...

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Transforming the Marston Memorial Historical Center

The Marston Memorial Historical Center is temporarily closed for visitors. The redesign project that we have been planning and talking about for years is in process. The space is now empty. The library’s thousands of books have been boxed up, the artifacts from the museum have been inventoried and put into storage, and the Light and Life Hour display is awaiting its new home.

It … Read more...

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