For the third year in a row, the Sayville and Bayport UMCs will be holding two special services during Lent, one at each church. Each service will begin at 7:15 p.m., feature the pastor of the visiting church, and be preceded by a group pot luck dinner at 6:30. Please bring food to share! The first service will be at Sayville on Monday, February 26 and the second will take place at Bayport on Tuesday, March 6. The Caffeine Committee will also be providing interactive activities for the SUMC service. Come on out and be blessed!
The Sayville United Methodist Church is a community of faith that celebrates the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our church welcomes people of all ages and stages of faith. We offer many Bible studies as well as programs for youth, senior citizens and everyone in between. We are located at 164 Greene Avenue in Sayville, NY, at the intersection of Greene Avenue and Montauk Highway, across from Dunkin Donuts. Parking is available in the lot across the street on the Greene Avenue side. The church also has a small lot reserved for our seniors and disabled attendees.
We hope you’ll join us Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. (9:30 from Independence Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend). Throughout the year, we also offer a number of special services, including Youth Sundays (led entirely by our youth group) and Music Services (featuring creative instrumentation and a short sermon). Our average attendance is approximately 120 during the school year and 100 during the summer. Please be sure to pick up a visitor’s packet while you’re here! Feel free to call us at (631) 589-0624 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions! May God bless you this day and always!
The United Methodist Church (formerly the Methodist Church) has been serving our Lord Jesus Christ since 1784. If you’d like to learn more about United Methodism, we invite you to visit the United Methodist website at http://www.umc.org
To find out what’s going on in our local District of United Methodist Churches here on Long Island, visit http://www.liedistrict.com