• About

    About

    Liv­er­pool First United Methodist Church is located at 604 Oswego St. (Rt. 57), Liv­er­pool, NY 315–457‑5180 Sun­day wor­ship ser­vices are held at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., and 11 a.m. All are wel­come! United Methodists speak many lan­guages and live in many coun­tries with many dif­fer­ent cul­tures, eth­nic tra­di­tions, national his­to­ries and under­stand­ings of Chris­t­ian faith and practice. […]

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  • Sunday Services

    Sunday Services

    8:00 a.m. Tra­di­tional Wor­ship Ser­vice, with cof­fee hour imme­di­ately fol­low­ing in Fel­low­ship Hall. Meets all year, in the sanc­tu­ary. 9:30 a.m. * Tra­di­tional Wor­ship Ser­vice, with  nurs­ery care avail­able. Cof­fee hour imme­di­ately fol­low­ing in Fel­low­ship Hall. Meets all year, in the sanc­tu­ary. 11:00 a.m. Tra­di­tional Wor­ship Ser­vice, with cof­fee hour imme­di­ately fol­low­ing in Fel­low­ship Hall. Meets September-June, in the sanctuary. […]

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  • Visitors Welcome

    Visitors Welcome

    Liv­er­pool First United Methodist Church wel­comes vis­i­tors! Whether you are a long-time fol­low of Jesus, are just start­ing out, or are curi­ous and have ques­tions, we would love to wel­come you to our faith com­mu­nity.  We hope you will join us in wor­ship this or any Sun­day at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m or 11 a.m. […]

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  • Our Mission

    Our Mission

    Our Mis­sion We are dis­ci­ples of Jesus shar­ing His love through wor­ship, works, and wit­ness. By the power of the Holy Spirit: We cel­e­brate God’s grace and redeem­ing love through wor­ship. We grow spir­i­tu­ally through study, prayer and works. We step out in faith to wit­ness to the world.

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Pastor Brian's Daily Devotional

God’s word for April 17

Good morn­ing from Liv­er­pool, New York! Our read­ing for this Fri­day, April 17, 2015 is Acts 2:22–36. 22 “Men of Israel, lis­ten to this: Jesus of Nazareth was a man accred­ited by God to you by mir­a­cles, won­ders and signs, which God did among you through him, as you your­selves know. 23 This man was […]

| April 17, 2015

God’s word for April 15

Good morn­ing from Liv­er­pool, New York! Our read­ing for this Wednes­day, April 15, 2015 is John 21:1–14. 21 After­ward Jesus appeared again to his dis­ci­ples, by the Sea of Tiberias. It hap­pened this way: 2 Simon Peter, Thomas (called Didy­mus), Nathanael from Cana in Galilee, the sons of Zebedee, and two other dis­ci­ples were together. 3 […]

| April 15, 2015

God’s word for April 13

Good morn­ing from Liv­er­pool, New York! Our read­ing for this Mon­day, April 13, 2015 is Luke 24:13–27. “Jesus him­self came up and walked along with them; 16 but they were kept from rec­og­niz­ing him. “ NIV Two walked off from Jerusalem head­ing toward Emmaus. Emmaus was only seven miles from Jerusalem, not a great distance […]

| April 13, 2015

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Do you quilt? Do you have  spare material?

Do you quilt? Do you have spare material?

The Prayer Quilt min­istry of Liv­er­pool First UMC is call­ing quil­ters to join them. If you haven’t quilted before but would like to learn, they will teach you. They meet Tues­days at 10 a.m. in the church con­fer­ence room to cre­ate Prayer Quilts. The mate­ri­als they use are donated. If you have fab­ric you would like […]

| January 28, 2015
Join the effort for healing relationships

Join the effort for healing relationships

The United Methodist Church called the del­e­gates at the 2012 Gen­eral Con­fer­ence to a spir­i­tual jour­ney, begin­ning with words spo­ken dur­ing the Act of Repen­tance Ser­vice. This jour­ney began in 2008 with Res­o­lu­tion 3323, Heal­ing Rela­tion­ships With Indige­nous Per­sons (Native Amer­i­cans). The Gen­eral Com­mis­sion on Chris­t­ian Unity and Inter­re­li­gious Con­cerns spent 2008–2012 lis­ten­ing to the […]

| January 28, 2015
Covenant service continues Wesleyan tradition of making annual promise

Covenant service continues Wesleyan tradition of making annual promise

A Covenant Ser­vice was held Jan. 4 to invite wor­shipers to enter into a covenant in the Wes­leyan tra­di­tion. John Wes­ley encour­aged the early Methodists to be “method­i­cal” about fol­low­ing Christ. Part of the method included mak­ing a plan and a promise to fol­low God’s lead­ing in their lives. Every­one is encour­aged to make plans […]

| January 28, 2015