Welcome to Jonesville UMC
We seek to find harmony with God, each other, ourselves, and creation by following Jesus’ example.
We discover community through education, service, Sunday services, and fun experiences for all ages.
We seek to encourage acts of love, service, and justice in our community, local and worldwide.
We welcome your visit and your inquiries. If you have no faith community to call home, we invite you to participate with us and make Jonesville UMC your church home!
A Future for the Faithful (Jeremiah 31: 1-3a,6-16; Psalm 91: 1-6,14-16)
“For thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel: Houses and fields and vineyards shall again be bought in this land.” (Jeremiah 31:15)
Come join us this Sunday as Katelyn Bradwell, Director of Public Outreach for the STAHL (Stigma Takes Away Hope and Life) Ministry leads our service and gives the message in honor of National Recovery Month. The STAHL Committee will join Katelyn in leading the service on Sunday. As a person in long-term, sustained recovery, Katelyn will share God’s vision of hope, restoration, and redemption for us from the Book of Jeremiah and Psalm 91. Even in the most desolate of times, God’s grace and the saving love of Christ are available to us all. Please join us on Sunday to hear this hopeful message for all those in recovery, those who love them, and those still seeking to be restored.
Come and join us in our Jonesville UMC in-person service at 9:30am on Sunday or meet us in the streaming service at Jonesvilleumc.org at the same time.
Please consider volunteering to usher. To sign up, click this link.
JUMC Outreach Mission of the Month for September is:
A social services non-profit community organization to the Capital Region, Equinox has been helping families, youth and children in substance abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, mental health services, home health care and the annual Thanksgiving dinner.
- Give online on our website
- Send a check to Jonesville UMC and note September Mission on the memo line.
Please bring your redeemable soda cans/bottles to Fellowship Hall to donate to the mission of the month. Remove the pop tops from the soda cans and save for Shriner’s Hospital. These little pop tops mount up to pounds of aluminum!
Thank you for participating in JUMC Outreach efforts. As you consider giving, be encouraged by reading the thank you letters we receive from those we support.
Click here to see the impact we are making in our community.
- Koinonia Primary Care
- Schenectady City Mission
- Capital Roots
- Soul Fire Farm