Rise Against Hunger | February 18th

One Step Closer to a World Without Hunger


We're on the road to end hunger, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Goal #2 of Zero Hunger.  From the implementation of sustainable community development projects to our meal packaging program that harnesses the passion of local volunteers, we strive to make an impact on hunger by building resilience, self-sufficiency and empowerment in communities worldwide.



What:  Meal Packaging Event – 15,000 Meals

When:  Saturday, February 18 – 10am to 12pm

Where:  Jamestown United Methodist Church

       403 E. Main Street, Jamestown, NC 27282

Register here  

The Circle of Peace is hosting the Annual Pine Needle Fundraiser again this year. Through buying your pine needles through us you will support JUMC Circle missions and projects throughout the community and beyond!


Pine Needles will be available for pick-up between 8:00am - 10:00am.
The cost is $5.00/bale with no minimum.


We will deliver within a 10-mile radius of JUMC.  If you would like your bales delivered the cost is $6.50/bale with a minimum purchase of 10 bales. (Bales will be placed curbside upon delivery.)  Order forms can be found HERE or by picking up a form at our Welcome Center.


If you have any questions, call or text Dianna Olmedo at 336-471-8493.

Deadline for orders and payment is Sunday, March 12, 2023.

 

 

Our Discernment Committee offered a forum on Sunday, October 23rd.  This forum allowed us to share where we’ve been as a denomination and where we are as a church.  This was an opportunity for us to come together and discuss these topics and ask questions. Here, you can access the video and PDF documents "A," "B," & "C" that was presented at the meeting. 


A second forum was held on Sunday, January 8th. Rev. Earl Bradshaw from Mt. Pleasant UMC was here to offer a presentation on the Global Methodist Church.  This meeting was not recorded.


Our next “Discerning A Way Forward” Town Hall meeting will be held on Sunday, February 19th at 3:00pm in the Sanctuary.  Pastor David has arranged to have our District Superintendent, Rev. Bev Coppley present the benefits of remaining a United Methodist Church.  We appreciate your patience during this time as we all continue the discernment process.

 

 

The month of March comes with windy, and sometimes, unpredictable weather, so who better to hear from than a meteorologist? On March 7th at 11:30 am, come learn interesting weather facts as you eat yummy food and fellowship with other senior adults from JUMC. Our mission focus for this month is The Blessing Box. To help support this feeding ministry, please bring non-perishable food items with you to Young at Heart on March 7th. We look forward to seeing you there!



The cost is $5.00 per person. You cay pay in advance when you register or pay at the door.

Newsletter and Weekly Bulletin Updates

We produce our newsletter only once a month.  This publication of the newsletter covers all the events planned for the month, and a week or two into the next month.  The newsletter will be available at all the usual places; US postal service (mail), email, the website, through Facebook and Instagram and our mobile app.  If you have information relating to JUMC ministries, that you would like to post in the newsletter, contact Dana Bird at dana@jumc.org.  She will have a form to help ensure all the pertinent information is included.  You will need to have the article and information form to Dana Bird (dana@jumc.org) no later than the 28th of the month. 


We will begin emailing the newsletter through our church database in September.  As we transition over, we need to make sure your email addresses are up to date in our system.  The current email list will go away by the end of September.  To add, confirm or update your email address, we ask you to complete the form HERE.

Office Hours

The church office closes for lunch between 1:15pm - 2:15pm Monday - Thursday.  We close on Fridays at 1:00pm. During these times, you will receive a message recording when you call and the doors will not be monitored for building access.  If you have an appointment with a staff member, that staff member will meet you at the door to let you in. There will be no one to let you inside the building unless you have an appointment.