Courage to Shine
    08.20.21 | Articles | by Nikki Grey

    God calls on Joshua to lead the Israelites across the Jordan River and take focus on the promised land. God guarantees victory in the military campaign and vows never to leave the Israelites so long as they are faithful to God.

      Drawn In
      07.17.21 | Articles | Worship | by Nikki Grey

      We spend too much time being “driven” rather than “drawn in.” We focus on what we “should” do rather than what we feel excited and compelled to do in our lives, in this world. During this series, we will connect with our inherent creativity and...

        Adopt A Flower Bed
        07.02.21 | Articles | by John Matkin

        Dickinson First’s new Adopt-A-Flower Bed Program is an opportunity to get out and be a part of the beatification of our church property, and you don’t need a green thumb to do it. The beauty of our church grounds plays an integral role in the...

          Summer on the Mount
          06.18.21 | Articles | by John Matkin

          ...Jesus went up on a mountainside and sat down. HIs disciples came to him, and he began to teach them... Matthew 5:1-2 Come in from the heat this summer for our red-letter summer worship series. We’re taking a closer look at the Sermon on...

            Pentecost Sunday
            05.14.21 | Articles | by John Matkin

            Join us next week for Pentecost - the fiftieth and last day of the season of Easter - when the Church received the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2). Pentecost is one of the great festival days in the Christian year, a little bit behind Easter and...

              04.30.21 | Articles | by Kanika Douglas

              Dickinson First United Methodist Church’s mission’s statement is, “Real People. Real Purpose. Real God. Life Under the Cross.” I believe that DFUMC does commendable work to live out this calling. Since I have served here, each worship service...

                Godspeed, Kanika!
                04.23.21 | Articles | by John Matkin

                Join us to celebrate the completion of Kanika Douglas’ seminary internship with us. We have been immensely blessed with Kanika’s presence, spirit, and service.

                  Love and Serve
                  04.02.21 | Mission | by John Matkin

                  Amid our daily lives, our encounter with social and health disparities is inevitable. If we look closer at our communities, we see the homeless under a bridge huddle from the challenging weather or on the corner street asking for help. The single...