Mother’s Day Flowers

close up photo of red flowers

Mother’s Day is May 14 and it’s time to order carnations in honor of or in memory of our mothers!

Please print or write out what you would like and bring to church or get the order to Flo Black. 

Please include a contact number.


Given By                         In Honor of                             Quantity


Given By                       In Memory of                                  Quantity


Total order from ________________________________________

                                    Name and phone number please


Fairhaven UMC will reopen 2-7-2021

Fairhaven Church will reopen for in person worship services on Sunday, February 7th. (usual time of 9:30 A.M.)

The opening will be very much the same as the last time the church resumed…..masks required, 6 foot distancing required, no singing, no cafe’, and current guidelines limit occupancy to approximately 25 people (which was our average last time).

Note: for members….we will be having an 8:15 A.M. administrative council meeting prior to the worship service on Sunday, February 7th

Fat Tuesday Celebration at Fairhaven UMC


On Tuesday, February 28th, Fairhaven will hold the annual Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras live auction and dessert buffet.

It’s a lively evening of fun and goodies.

Bring a new item to be auctioned off or bring a few dollars to do some bidding.

All proceeds will go toward our community outreach program. Please invite a friend to come with you!

The festivities begin at 7:00 P.M. in Burton Hall.

Free Mardi Gras beads for all….wear your purple, green and gold!

See you there!

Fall Bible Study – “Revival”

Tuesdays, October 13 – November 17

7:00 PM – 8:15 PM

John Wesley’s message and his faith continue to speak to 21st-century Christians – calling for a revival of our hearts and souls so that our world might be changed. 

Join us Tuesday evenings this Fall at Fairhaven UMC for Adam Hamilton’s study “Revival”, following the life of John Wesley and exploring the defining characteristics of a Wesleyan Christian. 

Wesley’s story is our story.  It defines our faith and it challenges us to rediscover our spiritual passion. 

We hope you’ll join us as we seek to apply the principles of John Wesley’s revival to our own lives and churches. 

Please contact Pastor Matt for more details at 412-532-6167 or email at