Articles of Faith
Each week in our Foothills Focus newsletter, there is usually at least one article contributed by a congregant, lay or staff member or a special guest. On this page, you will find the collection of all of those articles, beginning with the most recent written. To find articles by a specific author, use our website's search function.
A terrible cyclone hit Fiji last month. In the devastation, faith can be witnessed through the actions of community.
Every spring the Foothills United Methodist Women selects someone to honor as a “Quiet Disciple.” A “Quiet Disciple” is someone whose ministry is accomplished in a quiet and unassuming manner.
Lay leader Steve Hable lays out the plan for the much needed replacement of the beams on the sanctuary.
Pastor Eric has a very full schedule ahead of him and that includes tons of fun and mission work for Foothills.
Susan Naslund shows how a group of compassionate individuals from around the district are making the lives of other local UMC churches easier through their simple giving.
The meal ministry at Foothills is looking for help in a program that rewards both the recipient and the giver.
And why would I want my money to go there? An explanation by Foothills' bookkeeper, Marge Woods.
Youth director, Sharon Russo, is about to head to the United Methodist Church general conference to represent Foothills on the path towards reconciliation.
Raymond Swavely, who purchases the donuts for our Sunday morning patio, provides a conclusion to his story of the lady outside the donut shop.
On May 1st everyone young to adult are invited to stay in worship for a special communion celebration. The team behind it explains what it's all about.