HOPE

Charting a Future Filled With

Charting a Future Filled With

Hebrews 11:1

FOR "FAITH IS CONFIDENCE IN WHAT WE HOPE FOR AND ASSURANCE ABOUT
WHAT WE DO NOT SEE."
Hebrews 11:1

The United Methodist Church of Hyde Park

The United Methodist Church of Hyde Park

PEACE

Reflecting A Life Centered On

Galatians 5:22-23

BUT THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT IS LOVE, JOY, PEACE, FORBEARANCE, KINDNESS, GOODNESS, FAITHFULNESS, GENTLENESS AND SELF-CONTROL. AGAINST SUCH THINGS THERE IS NO LAW.
Galatians 5:22-23

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Hyde Park, NY 12538
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     7:30 AM- Communion
     8:45 AM- Contemporary
     11:00 AM- Traditional
              (845)229-2114

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18Oct
PRAYER BREAKFAST
Start-07:30AM
18Oct
CHOIR REHEARSAL
Start-07:30PM
19Oct
UM MEN MEETING
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19Oct
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20Oct
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20Oct
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21Oct
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Start-09:00AM
21Oct
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Start-09:00AM
21Oct
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Start-09:00AM
21Oct
UMYF MEETING
Start-07:00PM
22Oct
Communion Service
Start-07:30AM
22Oct
CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP SERVICE
Start-08:45AM
22Oct
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
Start-09:50AM
22Oct
TRADITIONAL SERVICE
Start-11:00AM
22Oct
Private Marriage Celebration
Start-03:00PM

saintcOn God’s side

Ever been picked last for a team? Eugene Peterson recounts feeling like a “liability” when this happened to him. In Run With the Horses (IVP Books), he says God always wants us on his side — no matter our individual strengths or weaknesses:

“For a long time all Christians called each other ‘saints.’ They were all saints regardless of how well or badly they lived, of how experienced or inexperienced they were. The word saint did not refer to the quality or virtue of their acts, but to the kind of life to which they had been chosen, life on a battlefield. It was not a title given after a spectacular performance, but a mark of whose side they were on.”

Based on its Latin roots, the word "saint" is the noun form of the verb consecrate; in other words, Peterson adds, God gave us “spiritual shape” even before we had “biological shape” (see Jeremiah 1:5). Even before forming us, God set us apart, or consecrated us, as saints — and chose us to be on God's side.

Remembering that our All Saints' Day Remembrances usually run from November 1st of the preceding year to November 1st of the present year, please use the form (click on "read more" if visible) at the bottom of the page to submit a name you would like for us to remember on our "All Saints Sunday," the first Sunday of November.

 

We currently have the following 7 entries:


BILLIE JEAN THOMAS


PAULINE HENDRIX


Steven Pagano


Rudy Braun


Mary Volock


Belle C. Jones


Virginia Garrett


 

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