John Wesley

“During his lifetime, John Wesley (1703-1791) dedicated his well- ordered intellect, self-discipline and high energy to intense religious activity aimed at renewing the Church of England. A man far ahead of his time in his thinking, Wesley acted on the conviction that the Gospel is for the whole person and the whole human race, a vision that resulted in preaching in fields and town squares, the visitation of prisoners, the opposition of slavery, the founding of dispensaries for the sick, homes for orphans, and schools for persons who were poor. He published materials on topics theological and secular, and organized regular people into what was to become a global movement. Wesley traveled over 250,000 miles in his lifetime as he spread the Gospel. The influence of his persuasive preaching and organizational abilities lead in his lifetime to the creation of Methodist bands, classes, and societies in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the American colonies.”
— from the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministry website
WATCH HERE FOR THE FOUNTAINS UMC RESPONSE TO COVID-19Information changes frequently, so be sure to check back often

The Fountains UMC is creating a plan for its response to COVID-19, with the goal of maintaining social distance to keep everyone safe. Sharing information and maintaining contact with members and the community is critical, and to that end we have several actions in process. Watch here for updates, and come back often to check on new information!

  • All in-person meetings and group gatherings on campus are supended through the end of April.
  • The Fountains UMC Office will be open by appointment only until further notice.
  • Sunday morning Celebrations are Live-Streamed at 9:30am only, no face-to-face gatherings.
  • Meals at JUSTA and Halle Centers are suspended until further notice.
  • April 24-26 Mingus Mountain All Church Camp is cancelled
Sunday Morning Celebrations

Sunday morning Celebrations will be held at 9:30 online only, via Livestream, You Tube and Facebook. Follow one of these links to tune in on Sunday mornings: