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Welcome to Jonesville Church, a United Methodist Christian community. We seek to be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ through worship and outreach. To equip us we offer many opportunities for education, service, spiritual growth, and fellowship for all ages. We seek to serve the needs of our local and worldwide community and to proclaim the gospel to all near and far. We welcome your visit and your inquiries and if you have no Christian community to call home, we invite you to participate with us and make Jonesville UMC your church home!

This week @ Jonesville

Oct 15, 2017 - Oct 23, 2017

  9:30am Adult Study
  9:30am Confirmation Class
  10:30am ONE Worship Service - With Sunday School
  11:45am Acolyte Training
  5-7:00pm MYF SH & MS Game Night
  9-2:00pm Office Hours
  9:30 am Journey... Bible
  1:00pm AA
  7:15pm Admin. Council
  12:00pm Red Hat Luncheon
  12:30pm AA
  3:00pm Food Pantry
  7:00pm Chancel Bells
  8:00pm Chancel Choir
  9:00am Men's Group
  10:15am Al-Anon
  7:00 pm NO Journey ... Bible
  8:30am Food Pantry
  10:00am AA
  Afternoon Men Carpool to Retreat
  8:00pm AA
  9:00pm AA
  8:30am Worship Service
  9:30am Adult Study
  9:30am Confirmation Class
  10:30am Worship Service
  11:45am First Communion Trianing
  Afternoon Men return from Retreat
  5-630pm MS Family Feud Game Night

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Jonesville UMC is located at 963 Main Street Clifton Park, NY 12065. Call us at 518-877-7332

Pastor's Message

"Tell those who have been invited: Look, I have prepared my dinner, my oxen and my fat calves have been slaughtered, and everything is ready; come to the wedding banquet" (Matthew 22:4)

We have another parable today, but this time the kingdom of heaven is compared to a king who gives a wedding banquet for his son. People had been invited and everything was ready. When the king sent his servants to call the invited, they made light of it and went away with many different excuses. Then, the king sent his servants to invite everyone from the streets to the wedding banquet; so, the wedding hall was finally filled with guests. So far so good. However, then comes a surprise. When the king found a man who was not wearing a wedding robe, he had him thrown out of the banquet. The parable ends with this concluding remark from Jesus, "For many are called, few are chosen." Why was the wedding robe so important to the king? What did it mean anyway? Was the king too picky? How can we understand and accept the concluding remark of Jesus?

Come and join us at Jonesville UMC and let us think about it together.

– Youngjae Jee –

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