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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

Febuary 19, 2017- Febuary 26, 2017

 

Sunday:

8:30 & 10:30am Worship Services
9:00-10:00am Chuch Breakfast
9:30am Adult Study: Grace
10:30am NO Sunday School
1:00 - 2:00 pm MYF Ice Skating CP Rink

Monday

Office Closed
9:30 am NO Journey... Bible
1:00pm AA


Tuesday

9-2:00pm Office Hours
7:15pm Admin.Council


Wednesday

12:30 pm AA
3:00 pm NO Food Pantry
7:00pm Bell Rehearsal
8:00pm Choir Rehearsal

Thursday

6:00 am Men's Group
10:15 am Al-Anon
1:00 pm Chirstian Book Club
7:00 pm NO Journey ... Bible

Friday

8:30 am NO Food Pantry
10:00 am AA
6:15pm MYF SH District Retreat
8:00 pm AA

Saturday

1:15pm MYF SH Return
9:00 pm AA


Sunday

8:30 & 10:30am Worship Services
9:30am Adult Study: Grace
10:30am Sunday School
5-630pm MYF MS Gathering

 


   

 

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Pastor's Message

Perfection in Love (Matthew 5:38-48)
Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect (Matthew 5:48)

Jesus' teaching sounds more challenging as it unfolds. How can one not resist evildoers? How can one love one’s enemies? How can one pray for the persecutors? This sounds not just challenging but also impossible. Jesus conclusively said, "Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect." What does he mean by that? We can easily agree that our heavenly Father is perfect because he is the perfect being. However, how does this lead to the conclusion that we humans should be perfect? As we know we are not perfect. Not even close. Uh-uh. When we call someone a "perfectionist," that seems
to have some negative connotation in it. Then, why does Jesus command us to be perfect? In what sense, are we to receive his teaching?

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

- Youngjae Jee -

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