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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

Sept 24, 2017 - Oct 1, 2017

Sunday    
  8:30am Worship Service
  9:30am Adult Study
  10:30am Worship Service with Sunday School PreK - 5th
     
Monday    
  9-2:00pm Office Hours
  1:00pm AA
  7:00pm Staff Parish
     
Tuesday    
     
Wednesday    
  12:30pm AA
  3:00pm Food Pantry
  7:00pm Chancel Bells
  8:00pm Chancel Choir
     
Thursday    
  9:00am Men's Group
  10:15am Al-Anon
     
Friday    
  8:30am Food Pantry
  10:00am AA
  8:00pm AA
     
Saturday    
  9:00pm AA
     
Sunday    
  8:30am Worship Service
  10:30am Worship Service with Sunday School PreK - 5th
  11:45am Church Picnic - In Fellowship Hall


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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

"Am I not allowed to do what I choose with what belongs to me? Or are you envious because I am generous? So the last will be first, and the first will be last." (Matthew 20:15-16)


God in whom we believe is God of justice. If God is not just, then anyone who would like to live in justice would have a hard time to believe in God or would be rebellious to God’s will. From Jesus’ parable, we hear this kind of rebellious voice from the hard-working laborers. They were hired early in the morning by the land owner, but they grumbled against the land owner when they found that they were given the equal daily wage as those who were hired at the final moment of the day. They said to the landowner, "These last worked only one hour, and you have made them equal to us who have borne the burden of the day and the scorching heat." (v.12) The landowner answered to them, "Am I not allowed to do what I choose with what belongs to me? Or are you envious because I am generous?" (v.15) What do you think of the landowner's answer? Then Jesus concluded his parable with this word: "So the last will be first, and the first will be the last." What did he mean by that?

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

– Youngjae Jee –



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