Lenten Bible Study
“Savior – What the Bible says about the Cross”
Sunday, Feb. 21st through March 28th at 6:45pm – 8:00pm
What the Bible Says about the Cross, you’ll be introduced to several biblically based ways of understanding Jesus’ death on the cross that may go beyond the explanations you’ve heard before. By exploring the mystery of salvation through the cross, you’ll find a deeper love for God and others while strengthening your commitment to follow Jesus.
Join Pastor Don for a hybrid of “in-person” and online attendance. You will need a book for this bible study. The book costs $12.00. Choose during registration if you need one.
Children & Youth Handbell Choir
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4th Grade-High School
No Musical Knowledge or Experience Necessary
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A Word From Our Pastor: Rev. Don Long
I welcome you to O'Fallon First United Methodist Church. Thank you for visiting our little space on the web. We hope you find all the information you need here about our church, but if you don't please feel free to contact us any time.
O'Fallon First UMC is a diverse congregation in the heart of downtown O'Fallon. We are a congregation that is passionate about mission and giving. We know that God has given us many things, and we do our best to share those gifts with our local community, nation, and world.
We are a church that is passionate about families. We have many ministries opportunities for kids, youth, and adults. We host a preschool program, and a Parents Morning Out program for younger children. No matter the shape and size of our family, I believe we have much to offer.
Finally we are a church that is passionate about worship. Come and worship with us, and we are sure you will see Christ moving.
Thanks for visiting, and we hope to see you soon,
Rev. Don Long.