Online Worship

Sunday Worship Online

Our Sunday worship experience is streamed! The link will be posted below at 9:15 a.m. each Sunday:

WORSHIP SERVICE: September 27, 2020
17th Sunday after Pentecost

ANNOUNCEMENTS: Sept. 24–Oct. 2


“The First Song of Isaiah” TFWS 2030*
“Jesus, the Light of the World” W&S 3056, verses 1, 2*

*Reprinted with permission under license: OneLicense A-730352
UMH=United Methodist Hymnal TFWS=The Faith We Sing W&S=Worship & Song

“Called to Love” by Jim Evans**

**Copyright LUMC

Psalm 78:1–7
Philippians 2:1–13

Debbie Geise

Dennis Read

“Forward to School”


  • Blessings and guidance for all educators and students as they tackle this unique school year.
  • Continued healing for Suzanne and strength for Roly as he cares for her.
  • Continued healing for Dorry, as she transitions from rehab to enhanced care at Longview.
  • Continued healing for Matt and support for his wife Angie as he fights throat cancer.
  • Recovery and strength for all those suffering from the effects of wildfires in the west.
  • Continued guidance and confidence for Corey in his struggle to overcome drug addition.

(During live service, you can post joys and concerns to the group chat. During the week, email them to or phone the office at 607.533.4070.)

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.

Your gifts help make possible our ministry, outreach, and operations. Your support makes a difference!

  • Give to Lansing United online
  • Send a check made out to LUMC to our mailing address, noting special giving in the memo line:
    Lansing United Methodist Church, 32 Brickyard Road, Lansing, NY 14882

May the God who created a world of diversity and vibrancy go with us as we embrace life in all its fullness.

May the Son who teaches us to care for stranger and foreigners go with us as we try to be good neighbors in our communities.

May the Spirit who breaks down our barriers and celebrates community go with us as we find the courage to create a place of welcome for all.

McBeath, Clare, and Presswood, Tim, (n.d.). Prayers for Diversity. Xavier University. Retrieved August 26, 2020, from

OUR THANKS…to all who help make Lansing United come alive online!
Alison Schmied, pastor
Jenna Geise, acolyte
Tilda Holmgren, liturgist
Debbie Geise, children’s sermon leader
Dennis Read, guest speaker
Diane Withiam, choir director
Sharon Powell, organist
The Lansing United Choir, gifted musicians
Bob Keefe, audio engineer
Bob Forties, video editor & streaming engineer
Marcia Lynch, streaming engineer
Beth & Morgan Wilcox, prelude slideshow producers
Karen Veaner, flowers & sanctuary preparation


*If you have multiple people in your household, watch together on the largest screen in your home.

*Light a candle at the beginning of service, to help you claim that time and space as a time to be present to God, together. 

*You may share private prayer concerns with Pastor via email to Include the subject line “Prayer Concerns.”


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