Several folks have asked how they can view Pastor Dave’s devotionals on Facebook if they are not Facebook users. Because ours is a “public page,” you don’t need a Facebook account to access it. Here’s how:
Go to www.facebook.com/PoteetFirstUMC/ or click on the link in the paragraph below about online worship. When the Facebook page appears, Facebook will pop up a banner or two to encourage you to log in or sign up for an account. You don’t have to. In a minute or so you’ll see a dialog box that says, “See more of Poteet First United Methodist Church.” At the bottom of that box, down in the “fine print” you’ll see “Not Now.” Click on those words to make the box go away and you can scroll through our page and view posts and videos. You won’t be able to “like” the posts or leave comments, but you can read and watch what’s there.
Welcome to the online home of Poteet First United Methodist Church. Thanks for checking in with us to learn a little more about who we are and Whose we are. We hope that after learning a little more about us here you’ll want to join us in person for church school and worship each Sunday morning.
What to expect on Sunday mornings:
We start with lively Sunday School for all ages at 9:30 a.m. and follow that up with a coffee fellowship at 10:30. Our church family loves to share – we bring enough for all to enjoy!
Our 11 a.m. worship service is traditional in style and brimming with substance. We sing familiar hymns, pray with and for each other, and hear dynamic sermons from our pastor, Rev. Dave Collett. (He doesn’t always wear that fancy robe!)
Speaking of how we dress for worship: “come as you are” describes us perfectly! You can roll on in in your jeans or Sunday best – or your Sunday best jeans. Be comfortable.
We go easy on our first-time worshippers – we will only shower you with acceptance, try to make you feel welcomed and act to assure you of God’s love. We won’t make you sing a solo, preach a sermon, or tell your life story – at least not on your first Sunday!
Get up-to-date with us by visiting our Facebook page. Information about the upcoming Sunday’s service is published each Friday afternoon.