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Upcoming Events at FUMCGT

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Student Ministries Fundraiser
FUMC Georgetown Student Ministries is having a fundraiser. Donations will help fund upcoming student mission trip expenses, transportation, and scholarships for trips and camps. Take an envelope from a bulletin board (located in the main church building and the MCMC), include your donation, and return it in the offering plate or to the church office. You can also donate online at

Community Easter Egg Hunt

Our annual Community Easter Egg Hunt is Sunday, April 2, from 3:00-4:00 PM at Getsemani Center (412 E 19th St). It is open to all children preschool- 5th grade. We will have the egg hunt along with face painting, crafts, games, and a bounce house. This event is free. 

Palm Sunday

April 2

There will be palm procession in all services. 


Journey to the Cross 

April 3-6

9:00 AM-6:00 PM


Journey to the Cross is a transformational journey of prayer and meditation on Christ’s sacrifice from the time he was condemned to his burial. Stations are composed of thematic artwork on easels and physical symbolic objects accompanied with instructional booklets to explain the journey. Each station has four parts for reflection that include: scriptures that describes the scene, prayer, silent reflection and contemplation, your response in a personal prayer. There is no time limit, but on average it takes 30-60 minutes.


Maundy Thursday Service

April 6 

6:00 PM in the MCMC

Join us for soup, bread, hand washing, prayer, and singing. It is a time to remember the events of the Lord’s last evening with His disciples through calls to gather and celebrate, to love and serve, and to share a meal.

Good Friday Service

April 7

7:00 PM in the Sanctuary

A service of reflection and contemplation featuring music and scripture readings.

Easter Worship Services

You are invited to one of our four Easter worship services. 

7:00 AM--Sunrise service in the MCMC parking lot (1205 Ash Street)

8:30 AM--Traditional service in the Sanctuary (410 E. University Ave.)

9:45 AM--Contemporary service in the MCMC 

11:10 AM--Traditional service in the Sanctuary 

Be the Bridge—Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation Book Study
The Micah Workers (MW) team is offering a book study of Be the Bridge by Latasha Morrison. This is the book that inspired the formation of the MW group. One of the MW objectives is to create a desire to deepen our knowledge (re: racial justice) and appreciate the impact we have on others. This book did it for us, and we hope it will be the beginning of your transformation too. The study will be virtual, on Zoom, and will span six consecutive Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8:00 PM starting on April 11 and ending May 16. The study will include prayers, discussion questions, and other resources to enhance group engagement. Be the Bridge presents a compelling vision of what it means for every follower of Jesus to become a bridge builder—committed to pursuing justice and racial unity in light of the gospel. You can purchase the book on Amazon or from the book provider of your choice. Visit to register for the study. *The mission of the FUMC Georgetown Micah Workers is to provide scriptural and historical education about racial justice, and to inspire and encourage involvement in creating God’s beloved community.

Come and Join an FUMC Community Group

Community Groups will begin meeting the week of April 16. The groups are intended to help you grow your relationship with God while also getting to know others in our church.


What to expect:

  • Six weekly meetings via Zoom or in-person with a small group of 6-8 people

  • Thirty minutes long with scripture reading, a few questions, and opening and closing prayer

  • Open to anyone in the church or community

  • One page discussion guides will be provided, reading the book is optional


Discussions will be based on the book What We Need is Here by L. Roger Owens. Our invitation is to consider the ways praying the Psalms, practicing silence, body prayers, participating in Holy Communion, being the church, and tending to the poor can move us closer to God and each other.


Registration is open. Choose the one group you would like to join when you register. Register online, call the church office at

512-863-2370, email, or sign up in the church office.


  • Monday 7:00 PM group led by Peter Sleeper and Michele Evans in their home

  • Tuesday 9:15 AM group led by Danielle Watts in the Parlor

  • Wednesday 6:30 PM group led by Bruce Schrott via Zoom

  • Thursday 8:30 AM group led by Pastor Alan via Zoom.


Women’s Retreat at Glen Lake Camp
April 28–30 at Glen Lake Camp. In our triumphs, struggles, joys, laments, and brokenness, we are altogether beautiful. Let us join in retreat for a time of meaningful worship, connection, rest and rejuvenation. You’ll experience sacred community as we learn, grow, inspire, and build friendships with other women across Central Texas. For two nights and three days, we’ll worship our God, abide in the grace of Jesus Christ, and be surrounded by the Holy Spirit as we are altogether beautiful. Retreat highlights include: four unforgettable messages with preaching by Rev. Yevette Christy, Rev. Estee Valendy, Rev. Melissa Turkett, and Rev. Lara Franklin, including worship leadership from clergywomen and laity across Central Texas; powerful worship led by worship leader Holly Brower; and many breakout sessions including “Art as Spiritual Practice,” led by Rev. Erin Sloan Jackson and “Money Matters,” led by Rev. Amy Tate-Almy. Registration includes lodging, meals beginning Saturday morning through Sunday morning, a t-shirt, breakouts, a welcome bag, and access to the beautiful Glen Lake Camp and Retreat Center. For more information and to register, visit

Vacation Bible School Registration is Open
Hero Hotline Vacation Bible School will be offered June 5-9 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM or 4:00 PM-7:00 PM. Pre-K through 5th grade children will experience relevant music, exciting science, meaningful prayer, fun recreation, and memorable Bible stories that remind participants that we’re all called together to serve God! Register at: Email with any questions.


Camp Friendship
State Fair Camp Friendship is July 31-August 3 from 9:30 AM–2:30 PM. It is open to children ages 3 through incoming 1st graders. Children will enjoy bounce houses, a petting zoo, carnival games, and even a water slide! The cost is $225. You can register online at

Volunteer for VBS!

You’re invited to make a difference in the lives of children in our community by helping lead VBS June 5-9 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM or 4:00 PM-7:00 PM. Parents with a child attending VBS may fill out the volunteer information on their child’s online registration form. Volunteers who do not have children attending VBS, please fill out this form: You may also volunteer to decorate. Decorating days will be June 1 and 2 from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM.


Holy Land Trip in 2024

Join Rev. Tina Schramme and Rev. Alan McGrath on a Holy Land Classic journey, starting at $4,346*  from Austin, TX, departing on June 17, 2024. You will journey to the Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, the Mount of Beatitudes, the Church of the Loaves and Fish at Tabgha, the Chapel of the Primacy, the Jordan River, the Franciscan Wedding Chapel in Cana, Nazareth, Tel Megiddo (Armageddon), Caesarea, Beit Shean, Jericho, Qumran, Bethlehem, the Church of the Nativity, Shepherds’ Field, Yad Vashem, the Mount of Olives, the Palm Sunday Road, the Garden of Gethsemane, Mount Zion, the House of the High Priest Caiaphas, where Jesus was questioned the night of His betrayal, the Upper Room, the City of David, Hezekiah’s Tunnel, the Pool of Siloam, and much more! For more information and to register, visit



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