First United Methodist Church - Wausau Wisconsin
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
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This Weeks Upcoming Events

In Worship this week...

Sunday,October 18

8:00am - Morning Chapel
10:00am - Worship
"Eternal Truth or Living Word?
Hebrews 4:12-13

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Downtown Memory Café

Bring a loved one to the new Memory Café. Our qualified, dementia-trained volunteers will host the Downtown Memory Café the 3rd Thursday of each month. Memory Cafés are for those experiencing early stage dementia, mild memory loss or cognitive impairment –accompanied by their care partners, family or friends. Sing-alongs, programs, activities and refreshments will be offered each month. To have a little fun and the chance to socialize, consider escorting a friend or loved one to this free ministry. To sign up, or for more information, please contact Pastor Jerry Morris at 715-842-2201, Charles Schoenfeld at 715-842-9809, or

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In the News!

The Wausau Daily Herald recently published  an excellent article on our Downtown Memory Café. Click on the following link to read/share the article on our new mission initiative.


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Sermon Series Available Online

Text and Audio Podcasts of recent sermon series are now available for printing/listening and downloading on our new Sermon Links Page

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OFFICE HOURS: 9:00am – 4:00pm   Monday – Thursday
PHONE: (715) 842-2201
Parking lot available behind church on Fulton Street
A Parking Reminder...
Remember that we are allowed to park in the YMCA lots, but not in the “Hair Connection” lot beside us on Third Street. This is especially important to remember now. That building has a new tenant, Grace Reformed Church, whose members will also need to park on Sundays. Let us be good neighbors.