All Are Welcome!

 

Welcome to the website of

The United Methodist Church in Wayne

We hope you will find this website helpful in getting to know a little bit about our Christian community and our ministries. Should you have any questions while you are browsing our webpage, feel free to call or e-mail us with any questions.   Please come as you are: bring your joys, your burdens, your questions, and join our community as we bring all of these before God and share them with one another.

WORSHIP  . . .  SERVE  . . .  GROW  . . .  GIVE.

Rev. Marvin J. Wills, Pastor

    RevMarv@optonline.net

Cell:  732-221-5782

Church Office: (973) 694-3260

       umcwayne@optimum.net


      Sunday Morning Worship:

       10 AM every Sunday

with Sunday School &

Infant Care Provided During Worship


    99 Parish Drive

    Wayne, New Jersey 07470

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United Methodist Church in Wayne


Parish Drive Band

(I Love Parish Drive)


Boy Scouts -

     BSA Troop 101


United Methodist Youth


Our facilities are handicap accessible.


Upcoming:












Worship

Please join us for

our worship service

at 10 am on

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Palm Sunday


Messsage:


I Love a Parade


Hope to see you!

Pastor Marvin J. Wills



      

    HOLY WEEK at U.M.C. WAYNE


Holy Thursday, Communion, April 2nd at 7:00 pm.

Maundy Thursday is an alternate name for Holy Thursday, the first of the three days of solemn remembrance of the events leading up to and immediately following the crucifixion of Jesus.  The English word “Maundy” comes from the Latin mandatum, which means “commandment.”


Good Friday, April 3, 7:00 PMA Service of Tenebrae.

      The word "tenebrae" comes from the Latin meaning "darkness."  The Tenebrae is an ancient Christian Good Friday service that makes use of gradually diminishing light through the extinguishing of candles to symbolize the events of that week from the arrest in the garden through Jesus' burial.  This increasing darkness symbolizes the approaching darkness of Jesus' death and of hopelessness in the world without God.

       The service concludes in darkness, with, the Christ candle, carried out of the sanctuary, symbolizing the death of Jesus.  Worshipers then leave in silence to ponder the impact of Christ's death and await the coming Resurrection.

     The French Chapel will also be open on Friday, April 3 from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm for personal prayer and meditation.


Easter Sunday, April 5, 10:00 AM

Joyous Easter service followed by an 11:00 am Easter Egg Hunt,

Coffee & Fellowship    (No Sunday School - Families worship together.)