Sneaker Fund

The 2015 Sneaker Fund still needs your help! We have just over $500 in the fund and need $800 by August. So, please keep those pennies rolling! The penny jar is in the dining room every Sunday. Thank you!

New Member Orientation

Monday, June 8 at 7:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in learning more about the life and ministry here at Baldwinsville First United Methodist Church is invited to a New Member Orientation on Monday, June 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the Chapel. We hope the gathering will be a time to introduce the United Methodist Church as a denomination and more specifically the Baldwinsville Church, its mission, objectives, and outreach to you.

We will welcome and receive members as a part of the congregation on June 14 at the 9:00 a.m. worship service. This opportunity for inquiry does not obligate anyone to join the church.  We extend the invitation to all interested people to join us for fellowship.

United Methodist Night at the Ball Park

Sponsored by the Crossroads District United Methodist Men

Tuesday, June 16 ~ tailgating begins at 5:30 p.m.

Don’t miss out on the UNY Conference-wide tailgate party with grilled hot dogs and coneys provided by the District UMM. Please bring a dish-to-pass and your own drink and table service. As we fill our stomachs, remember those who are less fortunate and bring along non-perishable foods to go to the

Food Bank of CNY. The 36th Annual Syracuse Chiefs’ United Methodist Night at the Ballpark begins at 7:00 p.m. If you are interested, at 6:45 we will also lead the singing of the National Anthem – AT HOME PLATE! Tickets are $5.00 each. Contact Steve Ranous at 445-1045 or

Men's Study Group

The format of the study is similar to a John Wesley class meeting: a small study-prayer-share group that meets on Tuesday evenings, 6:30 PM, BFUMC through May. Currently this men’s group is studying Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Jesus in the Gospels is a second generation Disciple Bible Study.  The Synoptics (Matthew, Mark and Luke) generally present the life of Jesus in the same ways and in the same settings, but at times they tell the same story differently or in a different setting. We will use these differences to detect some aspect of what each Gospel writer wants to highlight about Jesus. When the Gospel of John tells the same story as the Synoptics, we will look at John too. But since John’s Gospel has its distinct way of presenting Jesus, we will examine that Gospel at the end of our study. Please join us.
Questions?  George Ramseyer, 638-8177,