Groundhog’s Day Breakfast

This long time tradition will have you going “groundhog-wild” over the fluffiest pancakes, finger-lickin’ bacon and sausage, and the most handsome waitors this side of the Red River! You don’t even have to bring your own fork and napkin…how’s that for a good time!

Come join in on the fun and good eatin’… and place your bet on whether that ol’ groundhog will see his shadow! It’s all to support the mission projects of our United Methodist Men!

Get your tickets now from any fine, strappin’ Methodist man you know, stop by the church office or simply show up with a little green (aka money) in your pocket.

Location: You’ll find the grub and a good time in our Fellowship Hall, y’all! [Main Building, lower-level]

Church Night @ FUMC

Fellowship Dinner 5:30 – 6:30pm
Adult Bible Study 6pm
Children Bible Study 6pm
Mid-High Youth Bible Study 6pm
Senior High Youth Bible Study 7pm
Adult Chancel Choir Rehearsal  7pm

A nursery [5 years-old and under] is available during Wednesday night activities.

Serenity AA Meeting

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. For more information, please visit www.aaoklahoma.org.

AA meetings are offered at the AOC House, located just north of the main church building, during the following times:

  • Tuesdays, 6:30 pm – Big Book and Step Study meeting type

For more information on this chapter’s AA meetings, please contact Susan Hammonds at (580) 641-1787.

Worship | Sunday School

Contemporary [SonLight] Worship* 9am
Sunday School [all ages] 9:45am
Traditional Worship* 10:45am

A nursery [5 years-old and under] is available during worship and includes a Sunday School lesson at 9:45am.

*Communion is offered every week during the Contemporary Worship at approximately 9:30am [all are welcome to come to the Sanctuary at 9:30am to be served communion, regardless if you attend the full Contemporary Worship service]; Communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month during the Traditional Worship.

Christmas Day!

We pray that you understand and remember the coming of Jesus to earth – and most importantly – His life, death and resurrection.  He came to live and die, and He lives forevermore bringing everlasting hope and life to all who call upon His Holy Name. He has promised to come again!

Read about His Holy entrance to earth as fully God and fully man found in these Biblical scriptures:

Matthew 1: 18 – 2: 1-23
Luke 1:26 – 2:1-52

Christmas Eve Worship

You are invited to join FUMC Marlow as we honor and celebrate the journey that embarked on the first Christmas over 2,000 years ago; when God sent His one and only Son to save us.

This is a timeless tradition of family, carols by candlelight and savoring the wonder and mystery of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

*There is not a Nursery provided during this service, as it is very family friendly.

Worship | Sunday School

Contemporary [SonLight] Worship* 9am
Sunday School [all ages] 9:45am
Traditional Worship* 10:45am

A nursery [5 years-old and under] is available during worship and includes a Sunday School lesson at 9:45am.

*Communion is offered every week during the Contemporary Worship at approximately 9:30am [all are welcome to come to the Sanctuary at 9:30am to be served communion, regardless if you attend the full Contemporary Worship service]; Communion is offered on the first Sunday of the month during the Traditional Worship.

Church Night @ FUMC

Fellowship Dinner 5:30 – 6:30pm
Adult Bible Study 6pm
Children Bible Study 6pm
Mid-High Youth Bible Study 6pm
Senior High Youth Bible Study 7pm
NO Adult Chancel Choir Rehearsal (resumes in January)

A nursery [5 years-old and under] is available during Wednesday night activities.

Serenity AA Meeting

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. For more information, please visit www.aaoklahoma.org.

AA meetings are offered at the AOC House, located just north of the main church building, during the following times:

  • Tuesdays, 6:30 pm – Big Book and Step Study meeting type

For more information on this chapter’s AA meetings, please contact Susan Hammonds at (580) 641-1787.

Blessings Boutique

The Blessings Boutique is located in the church’s Darnell House, just to the west of the main building, at 109 N 5th Street. The boutique is open two Tuesday’s a month for the community to shop. Gently-worn clothing, shoes, and accessories are available for men, women and children, and affordably priced from $1 – $5. Clothing is geared towards business to business casual.

All proceeds are used for the Missions of our church.

To donate gently-worn clothing, shoes or accessories, you may drop off your donation during shopping hours or call the Church Office at (580) 658-2765 to schedule a time.