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Last Week's Sermon
Let us allow our faith to grow towards the brilliance of God’s Holy Light. Let us consider ourselves and our community in togetherness to “press on towards the goal for the prize of the heavenly call of God in Christ Jesus.” Let us be aware that we are more than merely surviving and what we achieve in society still needs to be connected with the Living Christ.
I look forward to what God will do in this season!
Yours in Christ,
Pastor Tanya Spencer
Radical Hospitality • Passionate Worship
Intentional Faith Development • Risk Taking Mission
Greetings in Christ!
I believe in the mind, body, and spirit connection of both the individual and the community. I passionately believe that “God is Still Speaking” since, we “have been born anew, not of perishable but of imperishable seed, through the living and enduring word of God… Like living stones, let (us) be built into a spiritual house.” I believe that our growth will be a collaborative effort. God is still blessing us with the discovery of our talents to promote an honorable world.
Drop off your empty bottles & cans at Orchard Park United Methodist Church on SATURDAY, October 21 between 10:00-12:00. No need to sort!
Can’t make it that day? Bring them to one of the locations below any time between now and October 31 & tell them you’d like for the proceeds to go to Orchard Park UMC. Thank you for your support and we hope you stop by!
Ongoing Collection Drop-off Locations:
1785 Abbott Rd, Lackawanna
2990 Seneca St, West Seneca
5710 Seneca St, Elma
1350 Harlem Rd, Cheektowaga
480 Aurora St, Lancaster
4255 Clark St, Hamburg
Our St. Pauly's donation shed is OPEN FOR DONATIONS!
What to Drop Off:
Used Clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, linens, pillowcases, blankets, and curtains.
What NOT to Drop Off:
Furniture, electronics, household items, dishes, books, toys, stuffed animals, garbage, pillows, rags, and fabric scraps.
Practicing Christ's Unconditional Love
Orchard Park United Methodist Church is a Reconciling Congregation.
We celebrate God’s gift of diversity and value the wholeness made possible in community equally shared and shepherded by all. We welcome and affirm people of every gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation, who are also of every age, race, ethnicity, physical and mental ability, level of education, and family structure, and of every economic, immigration, marital, and social status, and so much more. We acknowledge that we live in a world of profound social, economic, and political inequities. As followers of Jesus, we commit ourselves to the pursuit of justice and pledge to stand in solidarity with all who are marginalized and oppressed.
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