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Here you will find information concerning our church and its ministries.  We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving church, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us for anything you need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.

The North Rose UMC Mission Statement, as a congregation of The Upper New York Annual Conference: is to make Disciples for Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. We follow a simple model of discipleship making: KNOW/GROW/SHOW. Join us, for worship/small groups for bible study and faith formation, nurture and outreach. Come join us to be The Church. BE THE CHANGE of God's redeeming love for you in Jesus Christ.



Rev. Jeffrey McDowell, District Superintendent




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January - June:      Friday - 9am to 4pm  *  Saturday - 9am to 3pm 

July - August:          Friday - 9am to 4pm  * Saturday - 9am to 12 Noon              

Sept. - December:  Friday - 9am to 4pm   *  Saturday - 9am to 3pm

Middle School Youth Group

MS Youth Group (grades 5- 8), will meet November 11, from 6:30-7:30 pm and November 25, from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm (an additional half an hour to do Advent Bags.) Thank you!

Christmas Flowers

If you would like to order Christmas poinsettias for the Christmas Eve services, please click here.   The order deadline is Monday, December 3.

Christmas Shoppe (Christmas Bazaar)

Saturday, December 1, 8 am to 2 pm.   Homemade candies & baked goods, crafts, mittens, gift baskets, and much more.  Refreshments available.

Returnable Cans and Bottles

Please save your 5 cent-returnable cans & bottles (including water bottles) and bring them to church.  We have a barrel for them in the south entrance.  These donations are a major source of funding for the youth mission trip to Kentucky and for camperships to Casowasco.

Spiritual Support Group for parenting in Non Traditional Nuclear Families

Six-week Spiritual Support Group for parenting in Non Traditional Nuclear Families. Tuesdays 6:30-7:30 pm at The NRUMC October 23- November 20, 2018. Child Care and light refreshments provided. Today more and more grandparents, extended family members, family friends, or those acting as Foster Parents, find themselves raising children who are not their biological children. This six-week support group will connect you with other adults who share similar joys and challenges in raising children in non-traditional homes. The Support Group will be hosted at The North Rose United Methodist Church with Jill Virts and Anne Canfield as the primary facilitators. Other Area Clergy will be invited to participate in ongoing support through our Rose Council of Churches. Everyone is most welcome to attend this support group. For more information, please call Pastor Anne Canfield at The North Rose United Methodist Church Parsonage at 315-587-1113.

No Child Eats Dinner Alone

No Child Eats Dinner Alone Pilot Program, Sundays, October 14 - November 18, 2018 and Tuesday Evenings October 16, 2018- November 20, 2018. Meals served from 5 pm - 6 pm. This six-week pilot program being offered on Sunday and Tuesday Evenings at The North Rose United Methodist Church is a Christian hospitality program, with the goal to feed hungry and/or lonely school aged children. Our desire is to provide children with a warm nutritious meal, and give children some extra TLC when their parents/guardians are not home to eat dinner with them. Children must have their parent’s/guardians permission to attend. Transportation to and from church will only occur with the parent's/guardian's signed permission in advance of the dinners. No child is allowed to walk home alone. For more information, please call Pastor Anne Canfield at The North Rose Church Parsonage at 315-587-1113.

   November 2018   
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