Area Church News

UMC, Frankston moves services,

classes back to Family Life Center

Beginning Sunday, Sept. 12, The United Methodist Church of Frankston is holding Sunday School classes, nursery and worship services in the Family Life Center, South Weldon at East Main, church officials report.

The move is being made because of the rise in COVID-19 cases and the fact that it is easier to exercise social distancing in the FLC, they said.

For those unable to attend in person, the worship service will continue to be shown on Facebook.

Sunday school classes are being held in the various rooms at the FLC and the worship service in the gymnasium/auditorium area, it was reported..

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Organizers reserving Health Fair

places at event scheduled Oct. 2

Organizers for the 21st annual Community Health Fair are  making plans for the event scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 2 at the Family Life Center of The United Methodist Church of Frankston, according the sponsoring United Methodist Women.

Health care providers who have not already reserved a place are being asked to contact the sponsors now to sign up for the Health Fair.

Already signed up are Maxwell Pharmacy of Frankston for influenza and COVID-19 vaccinations; Carter BloodCare for blood donations; Christus Ross Breast Center for mammograms; Jacksonville Family Circle of Care Mobile Clinic; UT Health Frankston Clinic for blood pressure; Rainbow House Food Pantry and Christus Trinity Clinic for blood sugar and oxygen saturation testing; Catholic Charities for blood pressure and blood sugar screening; and UT Health Science Center in Tyler for free colon cancer screening.

Providing insurance information will be United Healthcare Texas Dental, Copeland Insurance Group, Maximus (Medicaid) and United Healthcare.

Other providers include ACCESS Mental Health, A Pineywoods Home Health Care, Christus Mother Frances Breast Health, Fitness Center UMC Frankston, Kindred at Home and TxDOT.

Any health care provider who wants to be a part of the Community Health Fair can find more information at Frankston Health Fair.

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RAINBOW HOUSE — The Rainbow House Food Pantry of The United Methodist Church of Frankston was held on Tuesday, Aug.  24 from 9 a.m. to noon at the church Family Life Center. During the day 64 families were served. Rainbow House distribution  for September will continue  curbside on the fourth Tuesday, Sept. 28 due to possible continuation of the recent surge in COVID-19 infections. Prevailing COVID-19 precautions will be in effect, according to CDC guidelines.       (More information HERE  )

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UPDATE! First Baptist Church has a new schedule — one worship service at 10:45 a.m. in the sanctuary. Check the church website for other activities. The church will continue to maintain recommended social distancing guidelines. It is advised that staying home may still be the best choice for some because of health conditions. The church will continue broadcasting worship on Facebook Live – now beginning at 10:45 am – so anyone can worship with First Baptist Church.


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