Wednesday Night Fellowship
They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
         — Acts 2:42
Wednesday Night Fellowship was started at FUMC Tallassee as a way to encourage our members to spend more time with one another, giving busy families or individuals a night off from cooking and cleaning.  Following the Wednesday Night Meal, programs are available for all ages, allowing for the study of God’s Word and further fellowship within small group settings.
Wednesday Night Meal
6:00 – 6:30 pm, Fellowship Hall
We are fortunate to have a dedicated cook, Barbara Baker, prepare our Wednesday Night meals. Each week features both a regular and alternate menu, and the selection of meals rotates over the course of approximately 3 months.
cost:  $6.00 for adults,
          $3.50 for kids 12 and under
          $18.00 family maximum
You can sign up each week for the upcoming WNF meal on Sunday mornings, or by calling the church office: 334-283-2195.
menu for February 26, 2020
regular:  pork chops, black-eyed peas, copper pennies salad, dessert
alternate: hot dog, chips, dessert
NO PROGRAMS on February 26 – Ash Wednesday Service at 6:30 pm
Wednesday Night Programs
6:30 – 7:15 pm
For Children and Youth
WOW Kids (K – 4th grade)  –  room 102 
LAMP (5th and 6th grades)  –  room 301 
Youth (7th – 12th grades)  –  room 304
Within these small groups, children participate in a devotion or Bible study, followed by fun games, creative activities, or outdoor play.  Youth engage in more serious Bible Study and explore issues of faith within a safe and welcoming environment.
A nursery is provided on the 1st floor during program time, for children younger than 3 years of age.
For Adults
Adult Bible Study: The Psalms  – Fellowship Hall
The Psalms, more than any other book of the Bible, teach us how to draw near to God in all the various experiences of life. The Psalms help to shape our emotions and to lead us to express them in ways that grow our faith in God. Through the Psalms, God both speaks to us and models how we might speak back to Him. At its core, the book of Psalms is an instructional guide to a moment-by-moment walk with God through the world.  This “Book II of the Psalms” study beginning in January and led by Pastor Clint, is a sequel to the “Book I of the Psalms (Psalm 1-41)” study that was explored this past fall. 
Women’s Small Group Study: Cultivate – chapel, room 201

Women often feel like they have to have it all together in order to live a meaningful life. Instead they often feel inadequate, overwhelmed, and exhausted.  Lara Casey offers sound and grace-filled advice: “We can’t do it all, and do it well. But, we can choose to cultivate what matters.”  Led by Heather Weldon & Amy McBroom, participants will learn to embrace the season they’re in, finding balance as they interact in fresh ways with their current life scenarios, with God, and in the communities where they are planted.

Faithful Fretters Dulcimer Group – room 305
It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner, an expert, or just want to learn!  You’ll find welcome among the Faithful Fretters, who come together each week  to learn and practice bluegrass-style, old-timey, and other hymns.
During the summers, we offer “Koinonia,” a new Wednesday Night program that is meant to further strengthen the feeling of community and unity within our church.  Volunteers help to prepare meals, the proceeds of which are used for various fundraising efforts.  Following the meal, fun games and activities suitable for all ages are enjoyed by everyone!