Weekly Announcements 08-12-18

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East Memphis returned to 2 services Sunday, August 5th

Beginning Aug 5th, the East Memphis Outpost has moved back to two services at 9 & 11. All other outposts will keep their 10:00 am time for worship services.

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Financial Peace University

Sunday mornings beginning September 9th

Location: FM East Memphis Outpost, Harding Academy, 1100 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117.

Looking for some support and guidance with your personal finances? We are offering Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University (FPU) beginning on Sunday morning, September 9 at our East Memphis Outpost. Through this nine week course, our FM Financial Stewardship team will you will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for kids’ college and retirement, and much more. Register online at fellowshipmemphis.org/classes.

Joining our Serve Teams

Fellowship meets in four different locations across the Memphis area every Sunday. Pulling this off each week would not be possible without our incredible serve teams. Serve teams provide an opportunity to serve the church but are also an incredible way to meet people and form community at Fellowship.

Each outpost has numerous ways to serve and we would love for you to consider partnering with us through one of these opportunities. Take the first step and learn more about our various serve teams here.

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October DNA Groups for Newcomers to Fellowship Memphis

When: Sunday evenings October 14 from 5 to 7 pm

Are you a newcomer to Fellowship Memphis? Our DNA Groups are for you. Led by our Pastors and staff, DNA groups will help you learn more about who we are as a church and help you connect with other newcomers to our church.

DNA Groups will begin on Sunday, October 14 from 5 to 7pm and meet for four weeks. Dinner and childcare are included for each gathering. Sign up online at fellowshipmemphis.org/nights

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New Sermon Series on Philippians

For the month of August, we will be exploring Paul’s letter to the Philippians. Through this letter, Paul aims to encourage the reader to find their identity primarily as citizens of a heavenly kingdom. Paul looks to Jesus as the perfect manifestation of a life lived to that end.

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