The life of a church centers around its worship. There are multiple styles of worship, and there is no one "right" style, or one that guarantees some sort of perfect experience.
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At First UMC Krum, we seek to provide worship that encourages those present to become more aware of both the transcendence and the immanence of our Holy God. In other words, we need to recognize that God is something indefinable, way beyond what we can even imagine. Yet in that indefinable essence, there is a sense in which we may appreciate and experience the fullness of God in the present moment.
We are aided in our worship experience at Krum by an excellent music program, led by Mark Withers. In the fall of 2011, we launched a new worshiping community at the 10:00 hour. This time brings the best of contemporary Christian music with our band, "Under the Cross" leading the music. Jessi Soule brings a message that speaks to the spiritual needs of people of all ages, and then the Rev. Dr. Christy Thomas leads us in the celebrate of Holy Communion so we stay in touch with the essential sacrament of the Christian community.
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| 8:45|| ||Service with Holy Communion|
| 10:00|| ||Contemporary Service featuring music by "Under the Cross."|
| 11:00|| ||Blended Traditional Worship Service|
| 5-7 pm|| || Sunday evening youth group includes a time of meditation and worship|
|.4:30-7:30 on Wednesdays during the school year: our mid-week program for children and youth includes a worship time.|
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| 10:00|| ||Adult Sunday School: Taught by Rev. David H Taylor in the Conference Room.|
Adult Sunday School: Taught by Tim Jones in Pastor's Office
Children’s Sunday School: Children Ages 3-6, Purple Room
Children’s Sunday School: Children Ages 7-10, Youth Room
| 11:00|| ||Children's Church: taught by Gabrielle Lombard, Green Room|
Older Youth Sunday School Class: Youth Room
| 5:00 pm || || Confirmation Class, youth and adult combined|
| Childcare for children birth to three is available throughout Sunday morning in the nursery.|| |