Bluff Point United Methodist Church
Saturday, October 16, 2021

03-18-20 Article

Our Noah Detar recently starred in the play MODERN as part of his studies at Nazareth College.
Article by Joyce L. Wiedrich
Congratulations to Hayley Andersen and the lady Mustang PYA Basketball team on their win over Avon to clinch the B2 section title.  Great going, ladies.  We have such talented youth in our congregation!
Noah Detar recently starred at Nazareth College where he is a Musical Theatre major.  The play in the making, MODERN, about struggles the Amish youth face as they approach adulthood is being written by NYC playwrights, working with the students as they did readings of the play.  The students sang their hearts out!  Some of the BPUMC congregation were able to attend one of the performances. 
On this past Sunday, Pastor Sandi showed us how Jesus turned the world upside down.  Jesus is still today the Living Bread.  The sermon was based on scripture from John 13, and Genesis 3.  We started at the end of Lent so we can remember what Christ went through as we progress through this Lenten season.  We saw how Jesus washed the Disciples feet, as he knew who would betray him.  She also left us with the question of what we would do this week to turn the world around. 
The Friday evening dinners and movies along with Branchport UMC congregation continue at Branchport.  A great opportunity for sharing a meal and having a discussion following a movie.
Lenten lunches are at the First Baptist Church Thursday’s at noon.  All welcome. 
This Article was submitted before all of the Virus closures.