Queensbury United Methodist Church

Queensbury United Methodist Church

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Come to the Café – April 8th

Come to the House on the Rock Café!

You are invited to join our youth group for a special presentation of Survivor: Bible Edition this Sunday April 8th at 5:30pm. Special guest appearances from Jesus, Job, Noah, Peter, Mary, Satan and much more!

Our youth need you to come for coffee, baked goods, and their special presentation. A free will donation will help send them to their youth event in Syracuse. Please come and support our youth!

Please RSVP to the church office as soon as possible: (518) 793-9728.

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Eat Your Own Fruit – A Short Story+ Video

Happy Eastertide to you!

This is a short story from Anthony de Mello’s The Song of the Bird.


The disciple said to his master, “you tell us stories, but you never reveal their meaning.”

The master replied, “how would you like it if someone offered you fruit, but chewed it up for you before giving it to you?”

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UMYF – Youth Group

  If you are looking a judgement-free zone for your 7-12th grader, have them join us on Sundays from 5:30-7pm for United Methodist Youth Fellowship! We are in the midst of creating a youth-led ministry that will be making a difference in this community. We have some exciting plans we’re …

A Simple Plain Account – Tues. March 6th

For God so loved the world… (John 3:16)

I do not like taking out the garbage.

In our house, we play a game we like to call “garbage chicken.” Megan and I put stuff in the garbage can to the fullest point and then some. We squish it down and down. We keep going back and forth with the thought that there’s still room enough for the next person to put one more item in so that she or I doesn’t have to be the one to take it out.

I’m not sure anyone likes to lose at garbage chicken. There are chores we do because they must be done. Motivation can change our attitude toward things that must be done.

We ask Fiona to pick up her toys in the living room. She sees it as a chore. We’re trying to motivate her with the need for keeping the living room clean. This, we have found, is not very motivating for a 4 year old (truth be told, it’s not very motivating for me, either)!

However, when we make cleaning the living room into a collaborative game with a countdown to see if we can pick it all up before I count down to zero, and we’ve completely changed the whole dynamic.

I say this all to get down to a simple truth. God does not save us because it’s a chore. God’s motivation to send Jesus is not because he must clean us up. God doesn’t play “garbage chicken” with his creation

God is motivated to act because of love. Pure, unbounded love God is. He’s changed the chore into an act of love and has completely altered the dynamic for us.

Be motivated by love today. Play the game of love today. See how many people you can love today before I count down to zero!

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Worship, Prayer, & Study Opportunities

Every time we come together we can expect God to do something new!    Weekly Worship Opportunities Sunday AM @ 8:30 – Worship and Weekly Celebration of the Lord’s Supper Sunday AM @ 10:15 – Worship and Musical leadership with our Choir Wednesday PM @ 6:30 – Lenten Taizé style …

Outreach & Mission Updates

Food Pantry Our Food Pantry is open Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:30am to 11am or the last Saturday of every month from 9am to 11am. Please note when there is a Saturday pantry, there will NOT be one the day before. Appointments are not necessary – folks who wish help …

Upcoming Women’s Ministry Events

Please call Megan Phaneuf 232-1060 if you’d like to know more about getting involved with Women’s Ministries. College Student and Westmount Valentine’s Care Packages – Feb 6th at church at 9am – Please bring some items to mail/deliver (candy, stickers, Valentine cards, pencils etc). We want to make about 40 …