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At-Home Worship for Sunday March 22, 2020

Good Morning,
I am really excited to bring worship to you today, at home.

This worship order will be used by Methodists from at least 4 churches in our conference, which is a thought that encourages me. The Lord is allowing us to connect spiritually regardless of distance.

Hopefully you will be able to click the link below to access the order or worship.

Then click this link to enjoy the video! Hebrews 10:23-25


A deep debt of gratitude to Fred Grigg for his musical and video editing abilities!

Enjoy the opportunity to creatively worship Jesus today!

Only By Grace,

Sickness or Sabbatical?

Part 2 in our video series seeking to stay close in the midst of “social distancing.”

After you watch this, please hit reply and share your thoughts with us.

Check out our other video on YouTube, too (search for Clyde FUMC).

Be on the lookout for an at-home worship resources and video uploads featuring the Barnett Family Singers (not really) and our very own Fred Grigg (that part is true). Please be patient with us as we figure out this new way of living and worshipping together, but we think this will be enjoyable and valuable!

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Connecting in Love

Please watch the video below and reply to this email with your thoughts.

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We would love to stay connected in ways like this the best we can.  If you have other ideas on how to be the church in this season, please speak out!

In the meantime, please be looking for more videos and some special instructions for home worship on Sunday.
Monty Barnett
Pastor, Clyde FUMC

Wes Putnam and Hallelujah Night

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      Clyde FUMC has an exciting week ahead! Sunday-Tuesday Wes Putnam, The Master’s Storyteller, will be at Clyde FUMC, with a special appearance Wednesday at Hallelujah Night.  Wes Putnam is a gifted musician and communicator who brings the stories of the Bible to life for his audiences of all ages through costume and drama. Wesley also leads BibleQuest, an energetic program for K-5th graders that rewards scripture memory and servanthood.

            Each evening, while the children are in the Sanctuary with BibleQuest, appetizers will be served in the Fellowship Hall for parents, grandparents, and family. Please come enjoy fellowship and connect with new families that will be in attendance. At 6:45 the kiddos will grab a snack, afterwards we will experience family-friendly worship in the Sanctuary.  Wesley will be featured on stage at Hallelujah Night downtown as well! IF you are able to provide a snack one night or all three nights, it would be greatly appreciated. You can drop your snack off during the day or bring it with you each evening and plan to arrive at 5:45 PM. Please see the schedule of events below.


                                Wes Putnam Schedule     (October 28-30th)


Sunday, Oct. 28th:       9:00 AM          BibleQuest — Sanctuary

                                    10:00 AM        Worship Service — Sanctuary


                                    6:00 PM           BibleQuest—Sanctuary

                                    6:00 PM           Appetizers for Parents — Fellowship Hall

                                    7:00 PM           Family Worship — Sanctuary


Monday, Oct. 29th:     6:00 PM           BibleQuest — Sanctuary

                                    6:00 PM           Appetizers for Parents — Fellowship Hall

                                    7:00 PM           Family Worship — Sanctuary


Tuesday, Oct. 30th:     6:00 PM           BibleQuest — Sanctuary

                                    6:00 PM           Appetizers for Parents — Fellowship Hall

                                    7:00 PM           Family Worship — Sanctuary


                   Hallelujah Night Schedule            (Wednesday, October 31st)


5:30 PM — 6:00 PM    Sassy the Clown

6:30 PM — 7:00 PM    Costume Contest

                                    – Best Group, – Best Biblical, – Most Creative,

                                    – Best Celebrity Look-Alike, – Best Action Hero

7:00 PM—8:30 PM     The Master’s Storyteller, Wes Putnam


                        Other Attractions from 5:30 PM—8:30 PM Include:

            – Hotdogs         – Drinks            – The Sweet Shack       – Bounce Houses

            – Petting Zoo   – Tot Spot         – Hay Rides                  – Carnival Games


            You can find out more at or Clyde FUMC’s Facebook page. Please share the event and/or social media posts to spread the word! This will be a great week to meet new friends, have fun, and strengthen the spiritual life of your family! Reply to this email or call 325-893-4923 for more information or if you would like to volunteer to serve at either event.

5th Sunday Celebration Potluck

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The month of September brings us another opportunity to feast together at the 5th Sunday Potluck. This month Clyde FUMC is excited to turn the 5th Sunday Potluck into a Mission themed challenge! Each Sunday School class has been challenged to participate as a group in some type of mission oriented task. We will hear about these missions as we celebrate the difference each Sunday School class has made in our church and community over the month of September at the 5th Sunday Potluck. If you would like to participate but you are not connected to a Sunday School class we can help! This would be a great opportunity to get plugged into a class or just join a great group of people for the month to complete the challenge. Contact the office at 325-893-4923 for additional information! You may also email the office at

Vacation Bible School 2018

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Join World Vision’s Billy the Goat and Clyde FUMC this Summer for Christmas In July! For children in Pre-k – 5th grade! Billy and His Family Want to Take Us On a Trip Around The World to Celebrate the Gift of Jesus and Experience Christmas in an Amazing New Way. We’ll Hear From Kids In Burundi Africa, Mongolia and Zambia About How Giving and Receiving Through the Love of Christ Has Changed Their Hearts and Their Lives. Children Will Embrace the Fact that Christmas is About so Much More Than Getting Gifts… it’s About Being a Light to Others, and Being Thankful for the Greatest Gift of All: Jesus Christ. 

Shine through GIFTS

Shining with JOY

Shine in the darkness

Shining with THANKS 


#stories #scripture #lessons #crafts #snacks #games #fun #music most importantly… #IMPACT



Christmas Eve Candelight Service

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 Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” John 8:12 Join Clyde FUMC on Christmas Eve at 6:30 PM for a special candlelight service and prepare your heart for the arrival of our Savior, Jesus Christ. The light of our world. The light of our life.

Advent 2017 – A letter from the Pastor…

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Dear Fellow Joyful Worshippers,

Advent, a season of joyfully anticipating the coming of our Savior, compels us to break up normal routines so we can “make room” for our King Jesus! The Worship Committee at Clyde FUMC would like to invite you to joyfully anticipate the coming Messiah in some new ways this Advent season.

Beginning on Sunday, December 10th, and going through December 31st, we are combining to one worship service at 10:00 am each week. Our regular schedule for these four Sundays will be:

8:30 am – Fellowship Time in the Fellowship Hall

9:00 am – Sunday school

10:00 am – Worship Service in the Sanctuary

This change is happening in part to prepare for our special Christmas Cantata on December 17th, at 10:00 am, which will feature all our musical ensembles in the Sanctuary and will be followed by an all-church Fellowship Meal. December 24th is also a special day in which we hope to pack the house twice, once at 10:00 am, and again at 6:30 pm for the “Christmas Eve Candlelight Service.”

We know that corporately engaging in a different routine can have the effect of fasting, which results in opening ourselves more fully to Christ. Of course, we don’t engage in a change merely to endure it, but we anticipate that the God who makes all things new will make a new creation of us! Sunday morning tends to be the simplest expression of our assembling together, and one worship service expresses the “unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace” that has been the heart desire among us for quite some time.

We also know that the Christmas season is a natural time for people to try out church for the first time. Being together simplifies our invitational message and equips us to welcome more effectively all of our guests.

An additional facet of our corporate Advent fast will be raising the video screen and revealing the beautiful stained-glass window. I am reminded of the parable comparing a disciple in the Kingdom of Heaven to the “owner of a house who brings out of his storeroom new treasures as well as old.” At Clyde FUMC, we have a God-granted, legacy-rich heritage of creatively and authentically worshiping the Ancient of Days, Who Was, And Is, And Is To Come!

The Worship Committee (Jared Reiff, Melba Miller, Kenny Wilson, Daniel Noworatzky, Lauren Farwell, and Marci Pair) would like to hear any feedback or reflections you receive from the Lord as we journey together through an innovative approach to worship and the Christmas season. We hope your feedback will play a part in helping us discern the Father’s direction for us in 2018.

May you enjoy this season of celebrating the Jesus who first came in a manger, but soon will be coming in the clouds!


Only By Grace,

Monty Barnett, Pastor


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