Graduates 2016

Celebrate Graduates – June 5

Graduates 2016


On June 5th we will be celebrating your achievements.

We are looking for graduates of all AGES!

Please send in a picture, the name of your High School, College, or Graduate University any special awards or achievements.

You are all in our prayers and we celebrate this milestone in your life.

Please email your picture and info to the church office:


Crop Walk – Sunday May 1

Start HUFFING and PUFFING and get those legs in shape for the May 1st CROP WALK!!!

WE are hosting this year’s walk.  The route is a simple 1 mile loop, with 3x’s round = a 5 K . NO SWEAT!!!  It is more than sweat for more than 35 million of our global neighbors who have been uprooted and had to walk across countries to get to safety. WE CAN WALK to provide food and shelter and a hand up to them and communities around the world!  Sunday May 1st at FUMC – registration  1:15 to 1:30 p.m. – walk 1:45 p.m.  JOIN us as we walk 1 or 3 rounds depending how much exercise you need!


Pasties – Apr. 19, 20, 21

Pasties Are Back!!

Mark your Calendars…April 19, 20, 21st.

There will be a Sign Up Sheet soon in the Multi-Purpose Room or see Sue Tregembo.  The more helpers we get the easier the task.  Please sign up if you can possibly make it.


Mission Fundraiser – April 20

Henderson Settlement Mission Trip Fundraiser!!


Where: Bath City Bistro in Mt. Clemens

When: April 20, ANYTIME BETWEEN 4:00-9:00 PM




Fish Fry Dates – Mar. 4 ,11 & 18

Mark your calendars now for our upcoming Fish Fries!


March 4th, 11th, and 18th


4:00 pm – 7:00pm

Ticket prices will remain the same for 2016 – $11.00.

Help will be needed and you can sign up mid-February in our Multi-purpose Room or by contacting the Church Office.


Mar.5 Free Pancake Breakfast

Free Pancake Breakfast And
Canned Food Drive for our Local Vets!

We will be having a Free Pancake Breakfast Meet and Greet with Macomb County Commissioner, Fred Miller.

Where:  FUMC in the Fellowship Hall

Date:  March 5th, 2016

Time:  10am – Noon.

Please bring a few canned goods to help support a local Veteran’s Food Pantry.

Also, on March 14th at 10am, Fred Miller will be speaking at First Presbyterian Church.  He will speak on the “State of the County” and other related issues.

Please see the sign-up sheet  in the Multi-Purpose Room.


Spaghetti Dinner – Feb. 26th


Work Camp Fundraiser
Spaghetti Dinner & Talent Show

Our wonderful youth are heading to Henderson Settlement this June, but we need your help with fundraising efforts!  They are willing to do a lot of the work, but they need your help with funds to buy supplies for their work project, gas for the trip, lodging and food.

Mark your calendar for this Friday, February 26 at 6:00pm!

We are also in need of three things!

1.) We are asking for donations for the meal and talent show.  There will be baskets available to collect your donations.

2.) It will be a delicious meal and great entertainment.  The Youth encourage you to bring your friends to fill the seats.

3.) Of course talent is also needed.  We are looking for all types of talents: serious, funny, and adorable! So please sign up soon in the Multipurpose Room or by calling our Church Office.

Please call  Rev. Mary with any questions.


First United Methodist Church of Mount Clemens

Ash Wednesday – to Go!

First United Methodist Church of Mount ClemensRev. Mary was downtown Mount Clemens on Ash Wednesday, sharing ashes with people walking by or driving through town.

First Presbyterian, Zion, Grace, American Lutheran, and FUMC all worked together, to be Christ’s presence in our community. 

It is beautiful to see our local clergy working together!

First United Methodist Church of Mount Clemens

FUMC in Ice Carving Show

First United Methodist Church of Mount ClemensOur Cross and Flame Ice Carving looked absolutely beautiful! It was on display at the 11th Annual Mount Clemens Ice Carving Show February 5 -7, 2016.  They did a beautiful job!

It was located on the side of Max and Ollie’s. (Love that there is a red pole behind the flame!)

Rev. Mary prayed over it, for all that walk by to remember that there is hope and they are not alone.