faith united methodist church

ndsu homecoming help!

We're looking for some motivated folks from Fargo Faith to help us out on Friday, September 29th in the NDSU Homecoming Parade!  

We're looking for 3-4 people to walk alongside the float handing out can koozies and flyers about Fargo Faith and The Bridge Campus Ministry.  

Thanks to all of you who reached out to help with pulling the float in the parade.  Ken Laber was the first to contact us and will be making sure we get through the parade safely!

If you can help out with being a part of float team, please contact Christopher in the office!


Now that we're back into the regular swing of things here for the fall, I'd like to emphasize the need for

volunteers to help out on Sundays!  As a church family, if we are able, we should look for ways to serve

our other church family members through easy and enjoyable volunteer tasks here in our church home!

We are in search of individuals of all ages who can help us with basic needs here at the church, especially

on Sunday mornings!  Simple tasks include:


Please sign up in the entryway if you are interested in volunteering. Or contact Christopher in the office- he's done all of these jobs and can answer any questions that you have about any of these tasks!

"Google Maps" Sermon Series

October 1st - Katrina Moments - Mark 4:35-41

October 8th - Sinners, Outcasts, and the Poor - John 4:3-10

October 15th - The Unthinkable - Mark 11:7-10


We currently have an opportunity for folks to help and volunteer once in a while with Sunday School!

We're looking for 4-5 people who would be willing to serve as "floating" hall monitors during Sunday School time.  You wouldn't have to do it every Sunday- we would schedule people to help once a month.  The main responsibility of the hall monitors is to pop in and out of classrooms from 10:15-10:45 to ensure safety of the kids.  They also have the option to help out in the classrooms if they wish.

Please contact the office if you are interested in helping out!

wednesday nights

Join us on Wednesday evenings for our Wednesday Family Night in the Fellowship Hall!  Dinner is served at 6pm.  Following the meal, we'll join together with prayer and music at 6:30pm.  At 6:45pm, we'll break out into children's activities, Youth Group, small group discussion, and choir.  See you on Wednesday!

grief classes and workshops

When grief enters our lives, everything changes.  Hospice of the Red River Valley can help those dealing with

these difficult times and help them cope with the change and the grief.

Most of us need information and support to deal with loss. Learning about grief and being around others who

have experienced a similar loss can provide some comfort.

The bereavement department at Hospice of the Red River Valley offers supportive, educational opportunities.  

Classes are typically offered twice a year- in the spring and fall- and are open to the community.

Classes offered include the following: Journey Through Grief Class, Youth Journeys, How to Help a Grieving Friend, Beyond Widowhood: A Transition Class, and Grief During the Holidays

To inquire on locations and dates of classes or to register for classes, please call (800) 237-4629 and ask for the bereavement department.  You can also learn more on their website, located at

A full listing of offered classes is posted on the bulletin board in the Fellowship Hall.





wednesday family worship at faith umc




9:00AM - traditional worship service

10:00AM - fellowship hour, sunday school

11:00am - contemporary worship service

​​909 19th AveNUE NORTH, Fargo

We seek to be a place with:

Open Hands. We are a Christian community that acts in mission.  

Open Hearts: We are a Christian community that cares and nurtures one another.

Open Doors. We are a Christian community that welcomes all people.