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First United Methodist Church, Grenada, MS
161 South Line St, Grenada, Mississippi 38901 - PH. (662) 226-3148 FAX. (662) 226-3162
WELCOME!
We, at First United Methodist Church, invite you to come worship with us.  Our doors are open to all. 
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Rev. Tom Potter, Shannon, Jesse and Caleb
Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade. This inheritance is kept in heaven for you,
1 Peter 1:3-4, NRSV
Services on Sunday:

8:30am Peacetime Worship
9:45 am Sunday School Class
10:55 am Traditional Worship
5:00pm Youth Choir 
6:00pm Youth Meeting
6:30pm Evening Worship Service

On Wednesdays:
WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE A Peak in Your Week! Every Wednesday!
   5:00pm meal begins 
   5:30pm you can make your     “To Go” meals. 
   5:45pm Bible Study begins

Cleaning Buckets Needed   

The United Methodist Committee On Relief (UMCOR) depots in Louisiana and Alabama are running low on cleaning buckets. Please encourage your congregations to consider helping make buckets. Cleaning buckets enable people to begin the overwhelming job of cleaning up after a flood or hurricane. If you would like to help by assembling cleaning buckets, click here for assembly and shipping instructions. If you are storing buckets or need more information, contact David Cumbest at 228-990-4880. 

Here is a list of drop-off sites for the cleaning buckets in Mississippi:
Brookhaven District - take completed buckets to Camp Wesley Pines
East Jackson District - contact Gary Glazier gcglazier@yahoo.com or call 662-231-2287 for information about pick up of buckets
Senatobia District - Sardis UMC is receiving and storing flood buckets
West Jackson District - Parkway Hills is receiving flood buckets
After a long absence, Bro. Johnny Dinas stepped forward to teach the John Rundle Sunday School class on April 24. 21 class members and visitors enjoyed his lesson on the Prodigal Son.