June Prayer Calendar

Youth Summer Calendar



Pentecost is one of the great celebrations of the Christian Church, coming 50 days after Easter.  In the book of Acts we recognize Pentecost as the birth of the church — that means Pentecost is a birthday party of sorts.  Join us for the party! One Worship Service at 10am in the Sanctuary.

A variety of our music groups will perform, Pastor Brian will be preaching, and we will celebrate holy communion as one church family. Following worship there will be an abundance of refreshments on the quad, stick around and enjoy meeting people who regularly worship at other services than you on Sunday morning.

Welcome, Taylor!

FUMCCV is pleased to introduce Taylor Binney, our summer intern, to the congregation! We are excited to have Taylor join our staff this summer as she discerns the call God has placed on her life. Taylor is a 2019 Point Loma Nazarene University graduate with a degree in Education. Originally from Ventura County, Taylor has been involved in the United Methodist Church and on-campus ministries at PLNU for many years. She has been active in leading Discipleship Ministries and has a passion for small group ministry, creative worship, and social justice. We welcome Taylor and are blessed by the gifts and talents that she brings to us this summer.

Thank You, Sue Meyer!

You might have heard that Sue Meyer, our Director of Finance & Administration for the past 17+ years, is retiring at the end of June.  Sunday June 2nd will be a special day of honoring and thanking Sue for her tremendous work at FUMCCV. In each worship service (8, 930, 11) there will be a special presentation and at the end of each worship service Sue will be available in the quad to receive your well wishes. Lots of food will be prepared that day and available on the quad as will a number of gift baskets that we encourage you to fill with gifts of thanksgiving for Sue (what we mean are cards and cash).  Our hope is to put together a healthy “retirement travel fund” that will be used by Sue to take a couple trips back to the Midwest and East Coast to visit extended family and friends.

Taking a Walk Through The Book of Proverbs

The Prayer Ministry invites the congregation to read through the book of Proverbs during the month of May.  There are 31 days in the month of May and it just so happens that the book of Proverbs has 31 Chapters.

Please join us, as together, we ponder the words of wisdom found in this book. You will find advice for parents, children, and family relationships. This book is filled with advice on how to get along with others, as well as words of wisdom to help keep us out of trouble.

1    Parents and Children

2    The Value of Wisdom

3    Trust and Honor God

4    Parental Advice

5    Staying on the Right Path

6    Consider the Ant — you lazy bones

7    Fidelity

8    The Gifts of Wisdom

9    The fear of the Lord is the Beginning of Wisdom

10  Family Relationships

11  The benefit of being faithful in integrity

12  Be careful what you say: it can’t be taken back

13  Choose your role models carefully

14  Don’t be impetuous

15  Our attitude affects the response we get

16  Kind & pleasant words are soothing & healing

17  Good friends & siblings in Christ are a source of love and support

18  The name of the Lord is a strong tower

19  Be slow to anger

20  Even children are known by their acts

21  The desire of a lazy person is fatal

22  Children trained in the right way will not stray when old

23  Do not wear yourself out just to get rich

24  Build your house on wisdom and establish it by understanding

25  If your enemy is hungry – give him some food

26  Without Gossip a quarrel dies down

27  As iron sharpens iron – one person sharpens another

28  Whoever confesses find mercy

29  A person of lowly spirit gains honor

30  Every word of God is flawless

31  She opens her arms to the Poor

College Scholarships

Great news! Our church offers scholarships for two year schools, four year schools, and graduate students. Completed applications are due in the church office by Monday, July 15th, 2019 at 4pm.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry is the one-to-one lay caring ministry that takes place in congregations. This ministry equips and empowers laypeople to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting. We will train laypeople to provide one-to-one Christ-centered care for those individuals who are facing difficult times in life – grief, cancer, divorce, loneliness, or other life struggles. If you are a person who has the passion to listen, care, pray, encourage, and offer emotional and spiritual support, this might be the ministry for you.

If you are interested to know more, please contact Artcel Ruiz at (619)861-5309.

Youth Parent’s Night

Calling all parents and families of entering 7th-12th grade students! The FUMCCV Youth Group invites you to a dinner gathering on Sunday, May 19th. We will spend time dining together, worshipping, hearing a brief message, and discussing upcoming events for our students. New to the Youth Ministries at FUMCCV? That’s okay! This is the perfect time to jump in or get friends involved!

Please RSVP to by Wednesday, May 15th.