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!
Appointment of New JUMC Music Director
The Music Director Search Committee and the full Staff Parish Relations Committee are pleased to announce the appointment of Timothy Antonacci to the position of Music Director for JUMC, effective July 1, 2016.
Tim earned both his Bachelor of Music in Education and Master of Music in Composition from SUNY at Fredonia. Currently, he is a full-time Middle School Music Teacher in the Shenendehowa School District. Tim is a Shenendehowa graduate and resides in Saratoga Springs.
Before returning to this area, Tim served as the Music Director for the Fredonia First United Methodist Church from 2010 - 2015.
Among his other accomplishments:
Join us in welcoming Tim as he takes on this important role for our church family.
Chair, JUMC SPRC
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|Monday||9 – 2 pm Office Hours
1:00 pm AA
7:00 pm Staff Parish
|Wednesday||12:30 pm AA
3:00 pm NO Food Pantry
|Thursday||10:15 am Al-Anon
7:00 pm Nicaragua Meeting
|Friday||8:00 am NO Food Pantry
10:00 am AA
8:00 pm A A
9:00 pm AA
|Sunday||9:30 am One Worship Service
9:45 am Children’s Church
Pre K – Grade 3
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"No one who puts a hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God."
Jesus often used agrarian metaphors to describe God's kingdom and discipleship. It was the language his listeners understood. Food was scarce and precious. Food meant life, so the production of food was serious business and required one's full concentration. So it is with discipleship. It might be easier and more comfortable to look back, to rely on our own means, our own ways. It might be more comfortable to stay in the past as we look behind us. But we do not serve a God who lives in yesterday and we don't live in yesterday either. As we faith the future , looking forward not behind us, we discover God's leading, love and grace. -Denise Walling
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