We the Christian family of Blakely First United Methodist Church are called of God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to provide an environment of acceptance and unconditional love through worship, fellowship, teaching and service that equip us to make disciples by sharing our faith and ministering to the needs of others.

news and events

  • this week at blakely fuMC

    January 10 - Activities start back including classes, supper, and choir

                          Kingdom Kids/Xtreme, Wed. at 5 pm

                          All Youth, Sun. at 6pm, Jr. High, Wed. at 5:30 pm, Sr. High, Wed. at 7 pm

                          Family Night Supper, Wed. at 6:30 pm (fried chicken, squash casserole, 

                          peas, rolls, salad, dessert

                         Chancel Choir practice, Wed. at 7 pm


    January 14 - Leadership meeting at 5 pm in the Friendship Hall


    January 15 - Church Office closed for  MLK Holiday


    January 16 - Nursing Home visitation at 10:15 am


    January 16 - UMM Fellowship at 6:30 pm in Fellowship Hall


    January 17 - Young at Hearts meet at 11 am in Fellowship Hall


    January 20 - Crowdis Run, Fellowship Hall


    January 21 - Installation of new Leaders during both Lift and Traditional Services




  • upcoming events

    January 22 - Grief Support Group meets at 7 pm in Mary Martha SS Classroom

  • special events

    January 21 - Installation of new Leaders during both Lift and Traditional Services


    Kingdom Kids and Xtreme will be donating their January offering to the Pataula Child Avocacy Center.  Parents don't forget to send that offering in on Wednesdays and Sundays for this worthy mission project.                     






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pastor's corner

     Rev. Donald "Scott" Brenton

Into 2018


Greetings in Christ Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith, 


Okay so, 


We have finished up with Christmas and we are now set to jump off and into 2018.


January can be a bummer.  It often contradicts the enthusiasm, bright lights and tinsel of Christmas.  So.... now the babe of Bethlehem is born amongst us.  Now what?


Well, for starters we will have a church-wide leadership meeting.  This meeting is open to all who are interested, but if your are serving on a church committee for 2018, please make plans to attend: Sunday, January 14th at 5:00 pm in the Friendship Hall.  We will be discussing our various roles and the rules for the road ahead.  On Sunday, January 21st, we will be officially installing our church officers during both worship services.


Instead of indulging in the post-Christmas blues, in January we will find ways to live together in the light of Emmanuel, now that God is with us.


God Bless, 

Bro. Scott


See you Sunday!