News & Events
May 19 @ 7 PM: Church Council Meeting
May 30: Peace with Justice Sunday
Have you seen the bright light shining around OPUMC? That’s God’s love; working through each of us despite a pandemic, the church being closed people, afraid to venture outside, and that we could not be together, our AOK mission was a huge success. Being guided by faith in God, and in each other, we found a way to do the impossible. So much love, so many hands. That is the face and heart of this church. We accomplished so much together, from setting up the angel tree, making the angels, buying turkeys, food, fresh produce, sorting the food, buying the toys, clothes, books, gift cards, wrapping paper, and giving a gift of a quilt to each child made by the ladies of our own sewing group, thank you. I have seen your willingness to share, your excitement, your love, and your eagerness to help others. As we have been blessed in this church, we have been able to bless them. Thank you so very much to you all. There is no place I’d rather be than in this beautiful church with all you beautiful people. God bless you.
Candy Carberry, AOK Mission Coordinator
This winter, 6 quilts made by the Sewing Circle were given to AOK families. In January, 6 quilts and food gift cards, along with 3 bags of food from OPUMC food shelf delivered to the Southtown Family Justice Center in Orchard Park. Buffalo City Mission received 17 pillowcases and 5 blankets went to Cornerstone Manor.