Welcome To First United Methodist Church of Hurst

First United Methodist Church of Hurst is an open community of Christian disciples seeking to live out the unconditional love of God as revealed in Jesus the Christ.

We're Glad You're Here! We'd like to get to know you.

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At FUMC Hurst all are welcome, as we seek to live out the unconditional love of God as revealed in Jesus. Together we explore ways of living out our faith through intentionally deepening our connection with God, people and purpose.

Worship Times

  • Saturday: 6 p.m. in Pirtle Chapel
    • Note: There will be no Saturday Genesis Worship Dec. 24 or Dec. 31.
      Regular worship schedule resumes Saturday, January 7th.
  • Sunday Worship: Dec. 25 and Jan. 1: One worship service at 10:30am. 
    • There will be no childcare available for these services
      and no other events in the building.

January 8th through February 19th

  • 8:30-9 a.m.: Communion and PrayerSanctuary 
  • 9-10 a.m.: Group Learning (Classes and Groups)
  • 10-10:30 a.m.: CommUNITY Time, Fellowship Hall 
  • 10:30-11:30 a.m. Community Worship, Sanctuary 
  • Saturday: 6 p.m. in Pirtle Chapel

What are current COVID-19 Protocols

We understand there are many different levels of comfort surrounding COVID-19. We welcome masks and offer a section of our sanctuary for those who continue to practice social distancing.

Where do I go when I arrive?

A great place to stop first is our Welcome Center. It is found in the Atrium (best located by entering the door marked N1 on the North end of the building). Here you will find greeters who can answer questions or help you find your way around the building.

What can I expect when visiting with my children?

Children of all ages are welcome in worship! Worship kits are available that contain worship-related activities for children to do during the service. These kits can be picked up from baskets at the south end of the hallway outside the Sanctuary. Ushers will also have children’s worship bulletins available.

While we believe children learn how to participate in worship by being in worship, we also understand that many parents worry about how their child will be engaged.  Please visit the link below to view a list of tips to help involve your child in worship.

Worship Tips for Children

Is there a nursery?

You and your children are very special at our church.
Our church community recognizes the importance of the caring environment you desire for your child while you worship. It is our goal to provide loving caregivers and a clean and nurturing church setting to set the example of sharing God's love with your child. For questions or concerns, contact Misty Miller, Coordinator of Nursery Ministries, at 

  • Our church provides a two-part sticker security system for safety. Please fill out the two stickers with your child's name: one serves as the child's nametag and the other part of the sticker remains with the parent. A parent or guardian must return and show this label in order to pick up the child.
  • For maximum security, please do not send friends or relatives (including older siblings) to pick up your child. Additionally, if your child has any allergies, please be sure to include that information.
  • Each family is asked to take a silent pager for children under two years of age, in case they are needed at any time during their church activity.
  • Parents, please do not enter the room when dropping off or picking up your child. This will insure safety of all children—those who crawl and those who need special instructions—and also so children do not become anxious to leave when other adults are in the room.

Accessibility Questions

Those with mobility challenges can park in the circular driveway on the West side of the building. Inside, there are several places in the Sanctuary that can accommodate seating for wheelchairs. Ushers can direct you as needed.

Special hearing devices are available for worship that you can wear that will allow you to control the volume. Translation devices are also available. The 8:30 a.m. services are translated in Spanish and the 11 a.m. services are translated in French.

When do you offer communion?

Communion is generally celebrated on the first Sunday of every month. In the United Methodist Church all are welcome to experience the gift of grace offered to us through Christ, as we remember Jesus’ final meal with the disciples and celebrate his resurrection.

Other questions? Please contact us - we would love to hear from you!

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