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Worship Service - 9:45 am
Sunday School - 10:45 am

Pastor Jennifer Delahoy

Office Hours:
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 9:00am - 1:00pm

Contact Info

110 Sanford Dr.

Jamestown, NY 14701

Ph: (716) 488-4085

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UMC News

  • Police make arrest in pastor’s slaying
    20 May 2022
    The Rev. Marita Y. Harrell, a United Methodist pastor in Atlanta, was stabbed to death earlier this week, and police have arrested a suspect and obtained warrants for murder and arson.
  • Ruling opens door for bishop elections in 2022
    20 May 2022
    The United Methodist Church’s top court ruled that the Council of Bishops has the authority to call jurisdictional conferences to elect and assign new U.S. episcopal leaders but not to change the date when those new bishops take office.
  • Ministry helping sexual violence survivors honored with award
    19 May 2022
    Kit Evans-Ford, one of the Wesleyan Investive Tom Locke Award winners for 2022, started an organization to employ female survivors of sexual violence.
  • Autonomy, international division mark United Methodist tradition
    18 May 2022
    The recent move by United Methodists in Bulgaria and Romania to leave the denomination is the latest in a history of separations within the Methodist tradition.
  • Asking the hard questions about race
    18 May 2022
    A native of Puerto Rico, the Rev. Giovanni Arroyo knows firsthand what it’s like to be a minority in America, and that experience informs the way he pursues his mission as The United Methodist Church’s point person on inclusion.
  • Churches condemn hate, urge action after shootings
    16 May 2022
    After what officials quickly identified as a white supremacist attack in Buffalo, New York, United Methodists are responding with prayers and calls to do the hard work of addressing racism. United Methodists also are responding to a mass shooting at a California church.
  • More church support for African agriculture
    16 May 2022
    During a virtual meeting of United Methodist Global Ministries, church leaders voted to continue supporting the Bishop Yambasu Agricultural Initiative and other long-term priorities, such as global health, disaster response and migrant workers.