Welcome! In many ways the Pendleton Center United Methodist Church is like other churches. We worship God, celebrate sacraments, and have Christian Education for our children. In some ways we are different. Our congregation is larger and younger than most churches. This allows us to offer activities, programs, and possibilities not found in many congregations. The most significant difference is our commitment to help heal spiritually broken people. Many of our people have been away from church for a long time when they start coming to church. The Pendleton Center UMC provides a safe, welcoming environment for people to explore a relationship with God from wherever they are on their spiritual journey.
You are invited to join us in seeking God’s transforming power in your life, and the lives of those you love.
Palm Sunday marked the beginning of Holy Week, as we waved our palm branches exalting Jesus, remembering His triumphal entry into Jerusalem. We now progress through Holy Week with Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday, all leading up to the Easter Sunday celebrations.
Read on to see what events we have during Holy Week at Pendleton Center Church.
Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper when Jesus shared the Passover meal with his…
Join us this Saturday, April 13, for our annual Family Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt! We begin at 11 AM and end at 2 PM.
Come experience the true meaning of Easter at Pendleton Center’s Community Family Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt. We will be walking through the days of Holy Week at fun and interactive stations that are great for the whole family!
A hot dog lunch will be available. Proceeds help fund our annual Easter Celebration.
The Pendleton Fellowship Group program for Monday, April 8 at 6:30 PM (note the time change) is a movie night in the prayer room.
We will watch Tuesdays with Morrie, “an old man, a young man, and life’s greatest lesson.” Morrie is an extremely lovable college professor who, in his late sixties, finds out that he is dying. The story of his last few weeks on earth is told by Mitch, one of Morrie's former students.
Led by Lori Jagow Sundays at 10:15 AM from April 28 - May 19
Do you have trouble saying no to needy people? Would you like to improve your marriage? Have you ever wondered why kids from good homes end up troubled?
This five-week class will explore answers to these questions, and examine both theoretical and Biblical applications of healthy relationships in a troubled world and its application. Each week will explore a different topic:…
Whether you are new to PCUMC or have been with us for a while, if you want to learn more about the church ministries, then join Pastor Sherry, Lori Jagow, and our laity for a time of gathering, sharing, and connecting. Contact Lori Jagow at email@example.com if you would like to attend.
Family problems, relationships, and the storms of life can sometimes threaten to consume us. Counseling can help reduce stress so that you see God’s bigger plan for your life as you pass through the storm.
For more information specifically about how counseling can help or to set up an appointment, contact Pastoral Counselor, Lori Jagow at firstname.lastname@example.org. Fees are based on a sliding scale according to income to make counseling affordable to all.
Christ’s Healing Hands is an opportunity for PCUMC medical personnel to share their healing gift while providing the healing of Christ's love and helping to promote the physical well being of those who attend PCUMC.
Join us on Monday, March 25 at 7:00 PM in the Fellowship Hall.
We are working on ways to help keep our congregation healthy and well by organizing a health fair, plus acquiring additional first aid kits and an AED for our…
For our next time out serving the homeless and hungry on the street downtown Buffalo, we are looking for donations of spaghetti sauce, frozen meatballs, brownie mix, bread, and butter. Donations, labeled and dropped off in the food donation collection center, need to be at church by Friday, March 22. Prayers are always welcomed too!
Want to help prepare and serve? Come to the PCUMC kitchen at 3 PM on Saturday, March 23 to help prep and package meals.…
Make some time for yourself, and help support the Hot Chocolate with God program at church.
We will hold a fundraiser by babysitting your children (1-year-old to 6th grade) on Saturday, March 23 from 4:00-9:00 PM. Bring your kids to church for a fun-filled night of crafts, games, dancing activities, and a movie! The cost is $4 per child/hour. Please feed your child(ren) before coming. Snacks and drinks provided.
Space is limited! Pre-registration required to attend. Please let…