Things are about to get creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky at First United Methodist Church Westfield.
As the Westfield community prepares to celebrate the works of Charles Addams at Addams Fest, the church Westfield will take a look at some “Addams Family Values” during Sunday morning worship in October.
- Sunday, Oct. 7: We will be exploring Colossians 3:12 and the unity of the Addams Family. We will be discussing how a unifying message strengthens family and community.
- Sunday, Oct. 14: We’ll be talking about Romans 15:7 and how we are meant to be accepting of others in our community, even when they’re altogether ooky!
- Sunday, Oct. 21: We all make mistakes, and we’re all strong enough to say sorry and forgive. We’re looking at Luke 6:37 and the value of forgiving.
- Sunday, Oct. 28: On this Sunday, we’ll end our “Addams Family Values” theme by celebrating our own peculiarity and weirdness. We learn from Isaiah 64:8 that each of us is uniquely molded to be beacons of hope in our family and community. Join us as we celebrate and have fun in how God has made us!
So put your witch’s shawl on, grab a broomstick you can crawl on, and come and pay a call on our fun church family!
FUMC Westfield holds worship every Sunday at 10 a.m. with Church School for all ages at 9 a.m. and Fellowship Time following worship at 11 a.m. Our building is located at 1 E Broad St. in Westfield.