On February 14th, we have a special service planned. Our service is a joint service featuring Macedon Center, South Perinton, and Fairport UMC. Please see below the service information for our live Q&A with our guest preacher, J.J. Warren. The service on zoom and the Q&A on zoom are different zoom links.
Worship Service Information
The service is available now on our Youtube channels. Macedon Center will premier the service tomorrow at 9:30AM on Facebook..
Macedon Center’s service on Youtube
South Perinton’s service on Youtube
If you would like to participate via Zoom, join us at 9:30. If you would like to watch or listen via zoom, the link is here. If you would like to listen to the service on your telephone, please call 929-205-6099, press the ID Number 192 712 791, press pound (#) twice, then press the password 011269, then press pound.
Live Q&A with J.J. Warren
Please join us for Q&A with J.J. Warren for Reconciling Ministries Sunday at 11:00AM (February 14).
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 830 8751 7678
If you would like to call in, please call 929 205 6099 and use the information above.
J.J. Warren is a seminary student at Boston University School of Theology, a graduate of New York’s Sarah Lawrence College (’19), and a certified candidate for ordination in The United Methodist Church (UMC). After making an impassioned plea for the inclusion of LGBTQ+ persons at the UMC’s top law-making assembly, J.J.’s speech went viral, and his advocacy has been covered by HuffPost, NBC, Brut Media, and WXXI Radio. His first book, Reclaiming Church: A Call to Action for Religious Rejects, is available now from Abingdon Press.
J.J. spent a year at Oxford University, England, where he studied Biblical Hebrew, Early Church history, and gender studies of late antiquity. He founded a progressive Christian community on his undergraduate campus, and founded Young Prophets Collective, an online collective of queer youth/young adults and allies who seek to grow in ministry, use their voices, and reclaim the Church through radical love. J.J. now travels the world preaching a message of collective forward progress and inclusion.