October 27th @ 4pm | UUMC
This year the ECC and UUMC communities will combine to sponsor a Fall Festival!
There will be games, prizes, a chili-cook off, a petting zoo, face painting and a photo booth. Games will be geared towards children in Elementary school and preschool but all are invited.
Individuals are welcome to participate in our Chili Cook-Off! For more information on the Chili Cook-Off, please email Heather Green.
This will be a great opportunity to build community in our congregation and we hope it will be an inter-generational event that we can continue for years to come.
November 4th | Sactuary
The UUMC Sanctuary Choir, Soloists and Orchestra will present the beloved by Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924) during 8:30 and 11:00 worship on Sunday, Nov. 4 as we commemorate All Saints Sunday. Featured soloists will be two of our college choir members, Michael Follis, Bass (UT) and Katie Anderson, Soprano (TSU). Orchestral instruments will include violists, cellos, bass, harp, organ and solo violin. The conductor is Dr. Jolene Webster, UUMC Director of Music Ministries. We hope that you will join us for this meaningful service of communion, candle-lighting, prayer, word and music.
November 4th @ 12:15 | Fellowship Hall
Tom Stanton from the Texas Methodist Foundation will invite us to go deeper in our own faith experience; being drawn closer by God, who is doing a new thing in our lives and in the life of our church.
Please join us as we consider giving strategies such as direct gifts, charitable trusts, and donor advised fund gifts in our lifetimes, and gifts through our estate plan. We will explore giving strategies and scenarios to continue sharing God’s love for many generations to come.