Lay Servants and Pastor Penny together, are offering a Lenten Study entitled, "A Disciple's Path". We're meeting Sundays in Lent, through April 14th, at 11:00 in the sanctuary.
Prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness is what we commit to when we become members of the United Methodist Church. During this six-week study we will explore our commitments, seek deeper understanding, develop spiritual practices, discover our unique gifts, and engage in ministry with the potential to bring transformation to our lives, church and world. My prayer is that this distinctively Wesleyan study will deepen our discipleship as we find answers to the question, "what does it mean to follow Jesus?"
Who should participate in this program? Prospective new members, church leaders, long term members, seekers, learners and all who seek to deepen their spiritual life. Please come and join us! Bring a relative or a friend, and let the church office know you intend to be a part of it!
James Street Players
The Kings! A 70s garage band go their separate ways in their teens and by a twist of fate reunite in their mid 50s! They record an original song which unknown to them goes viral and they become an internet sensation! But what do they do when they realize the world thinks they are four 20 years olds?
Fri. Apr 5th at 8PM
Sat. Apr 6th at 8 PM
Sun. Apr 7th at 3PM
Fri. Apr 12th at 8PM
Sat. Apr 13th at 8 PM
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or call 631-649-4140
United Methodist Women Month
MARCH is UMW Month! The United Methodist Women support worldwide missions and the education of women, youth and children throughout the globe. The organization is celebrating 150 years of service toward the global empowerment of women.
If you would like to honor the work of our women, consider making a donation in the amount of $ 18.69 to the United Methodist Women with a notation of Legacy Fund. The date 1869 represents the year 8 brave women in Boston founded the organization under the name of Women’s Foreign Missionary Society.
The Sharing & Caring Soup Kitchen
The Sharing & Caring Soup Kitchen is always a place where you can share your hearts in a multitude of ways. You can make a monetary tax-deductible gift, donate soup labeled with date and type, provide a dessert, spend some time with our patrons, or just come in with helping hands. As we go through our days of reflection, please invite anyone who you feel may benefit from sharing a meal with us.
If you would like further information, call Rose Alfini 631-827-2245 or Kathy Montreuil at 917-476-6338.