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From the Website Manager:  Thanks to all that visit our Church's website.  It can be an issue, that this site may appear different on different computers.  If you have trouble viewing this website or if you find any errors please let it be known.

Note:  I am able to view where the hits (visits) to this website come from (not the individuals).  I am happy to report that this is the second month in a row that the Mexico and Syracuse area visits exceeded those of Russia and China (humor intended but it is a fact).  People from the USA, keep up the good work, and
Merry Christmas

MOVIES of the MONTH!!
Get ready! Get set! Come to the movies!

On the last Friday of every month, a movie will be shown in the fellowship hall.

Popcorn will be served and there is no cost to attend! All movies start at 6:30pm.

Coming soon to the fellowship hall near you…
Friday, December 30:       “Miracles from Heaven”    
Friday, January 27:    “Where Hope Grows”

                     Friday, February 24     “Faith Like Potatoes”                     

And More Publications


Christmas CARE NOTES
Available in Fellowship Hall

Christmas CARE NOTES are now available in the display rack located in the church fellowship hall.
 
The pamphlets offer wonderful encouragement and direction during the holiday season.  
Everyone is welcome to take as many as you need for yourself or your loved ones. 

Open Hearts.  Open Minds.  Open Doors The People of the United Methodist Church

SHOE BOX PACKING PARTY

The annual Operation Christmas Child Shoe box Packing Party. The date was November 12, 2016.  over 300 Boxes were assembled

These boxes will go to share the joy of giving to give children in such places as refugee camps, hospitals, or orphanages, around the world the gift of hope, love, and the message of Jesus Christ.

A mission team from the Mexico First United Methodist Church traveled to Baltimore, Maryland for four days to work at Samaritan's Purse Processing Center at the end of November 2016.  The center processes and ships Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes around the world to children in need.  Pictured, from left to right, are:  Jenna Behling, Lori Behling, Alicia Weber, and Gary Weber.

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First United Methodist Church
​Mexico, New York

General Office Hours:
Pastor: By appointment
Jessica Parker:  Monday and Thursday  9:00 to 12:00
Worship Service and Sunday School Times:
Worship Services -- Sunday Morning at 10:00am

Sunday School starts at 8:45 in the Sunday School Rooms .
Nursery Available during church services ages 6 and younger
On special occasions, we also hold worship services at other times. 

Contact the Church

OUR CHURCH MISSION…
To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

Pastor: Emily Huyge
Contact Information:
4372 Church Street
Mexico, NY 13114
Church: 315-963-3066
Church Email;   fumcmexico@gmail.com

Come visit our church this month. 

Excerpt from Pastor Emily Huyge Dec 2016 Newsletter message

From Bedlam to Bethlehem

 God has a history of breaking into the lives of those who have lost track of Love. As the Advent season begins – as we start a new liturgical year and prepare to welcome Jesus – we find that we are already seeing glimpses of Bethlehem, even in the midst of our bedlam. Here’s just a glimpse of what the season will hold:

 Sunday, Dec. 11 – We will be led in worship by the children of the church.
services at 10:00am

Wednesday, Dec. 21 – We who grieve will come together in a Blue Christmas service at 7pm.

Saturday, Dec. 24 – Bethlehem will have won over bedlam, and we will celebrate at 4pm and 9pm.
So, beloved, join us through the Advent season. As you find the bedlam piling up in your homes, on your credit cards, and on your calendars, work to see Bethlehem in the midst of it all. God has a history of breaking into the lives of those who have lost track of Love. May you see God, and may you know that you are loved.


Peace,   Pastor  Emily