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March 2018

The Mission Committee has designated
the month of March


    We’ve all heard of Pike’s Peak.  Now together we can create our very own Peanut Butter Peak. Maybe not quite as tall but definitely more tasty.  Let’s make our goal:  150 jars!!!!!!!!

    We are asking each of you to bring a jar of peanut butter each Sunday in March and add them to the “peak.” You may bring smooth or crunchy - with or without jelly.

    During February, our Centenary family collected a “mountain” of canned fruit for the Turning Point Food Bank.  At a time when the need in our community continues to grow and the cost of the food for Turning Point continues to increase, our loving outreach is making a

Please continue to show your love and concern by joining together to build the Peanut Butter Peak.  A most sincere thanks from the Mission Committee.  May God continue to bless each member of our Centenary Family as we reach out to those in need in our community.

Souper Bowl Victory!!
We Did It Again!

Once again, we set a new record, collecting $1393.37 at the Souper Bowl of Caring!  The generosity of Centenary United Methodist Church in Bath, NY is becoming legendary.  Money raised will be used to buy food and supplies to serve meals through the Sunday Suppers Fellowship Program.  Surplus funds will be donated to our local Food Pantry.

Thanks to cooks Melanie Clark and Ruth Sprague, and special thanks to our special guest chef, Chef Trevor Margeson. If you enjoyed Trevor’s soups, or if you missed out, visit Watkins Glen to sample Chef Trevor’s offerings at the Wildflower Café, the Crooked Rooster Pub or Nickel’s Pit BBQ.  You’ll be happy you did!

And, of course, thanks to the energetic young people of our church family who entertained at worship with a Souper Bowl of Caring skit, and who cheerfully served the soup.

Just another way that we here at Centenary strive to be the hands and feet of Jesus right here in our community!

Worship Opportunities in Holy Week

Holy Week provides opportunities to worship in purposeful and reflective ways.  Scripture, special music, and visual symbols will help us to once again experience the passion of Christ and the joy of his resurrection.  What a great time to reconnect with your faith community, share in meaningful worship experiences, and invite neighbors, friends, and family members to share them with you!

  • March 25 ………Palm Sunday
  • March 29……… Maundy Thursday
    7:00 p.m. Service with Communion
  • March 30 ………Good Friday
   Ecumenical Service at Noon in Pulteney Park
  • April 1…………Easter Sunday
   Sunrise Service: 6:30 a.m. at Mossy Bank Park
   Celebration Services at 8:30 & 10:50 a.m.
   With Holy Communion

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