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Music Ministry


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Student Ministry


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Info here about worship



--- Our Pastor


Rev. Eric Douglas

Rev. Eric Douglas began his pastorship of First United Methodist Church of Mineral Wells on July 1, 2016.
It is his third senior pastorship. His first pastorship was at Dido United Methodist Church, a small country church in far northwest Tarrant County. His first senior pastorship was at First United Methodist Church in Bartlett, located on State Highway 95 between Temple and Austin.
He comes to Mineral Wells having served as associate pastor at First United Methodist Church in Waxahachie.
Having grown up in Belton, Douglas, 30, and his wife, Brittney, are the parents of two daughters – Kalea and Anastasia.
He is a graduate of Texas Wesleyan University, where he received a Bachelor of Religion degree, and Asbury Theological Seminary, where he received his Master of Divinity degree.
On June 13, 2017, Rev. Douglas was among 11 Methodist ministers ordained during the 2017 Central Texas Annual Conference in Mansfield.



--- Staff


Youth Director: Hanna Newcomer

Children’s Director: Vicki Gregory

Organist/Choir Director: Donald Owens

Praise Song Leader: Adam Hull

Nursery Supervisor: Christian Garcia

Maintenance Supervisor: Terry Garcia


---From The Gallery 

Men’s Ministry Baseball Night
Pray With Us


---Upcoming Events


The Church: Where We Learn to Love

 Sunday, Dec 1 2017, @ 8:00am
Wednesday, Dec 4 2017, @5pm
 Public School 12 Kennedy St.
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6 Ways God blessed a broken heart

 Monday, Dec 1 2017, @ 8:00am
Monday, Dec 1 2017, @5pm
 Local Church 233 Main St.
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The Deep Meaning of Church

 Monday, Dec 1 2017, @ 8:00am
Monday, Dec 1 2017, @5pm
 Public School 12 Kennedy St.
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--- From The Blog


Council gives nod to non-profit funding requests after adding CASA

Eight non-profit organizations are approved for city funding support totaling nearly $57,000 for fiscal year 2019, and more could be added as council delves further into next year’s operating budget.

‘The city of heroes’

The thousands and thousands of soldiers and helicopter pilots who were sent to Mineral Wells to train at Camp Wolters or Fort Wolters before deployment to fight in World War II or the Korean and Vietnam wars are all heroes…

Randolph found guilty in children’s deaths

A Parker County jury Monday found Cynthia Marie Randolph guilty of recklessly causing injury to a child and gave her two 20-year sentences in connection with the hot car deaths of her two toddlers.




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