Broadway United Methodist Church of Orlando

Broadway United Methodist Church of Orlando

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Ash Wednesday Services 12:00 Noon and 7:00 p.m.
https://www.broadwaychurch.net/ministries - would you like to know more about the Brain Fitness Club ministry at Broadway UMC? check out the website and give us a call, we will be glad to help you research if this ministry is a good fit for you or your loved one...
Do you know an adult with mild cognitive impairment or early memory loss? Our summer session of Brain Fitness Club ministry has started up here at Broadway UMC! There are a few spots so we are conducting assessments and interviews for the next couple of weeks. Contact us for more info! SCHOLARSHIPS are AVAILABLE! Brain Fitness serves to energize the Mind, Body and Spirit - Maximizing health and well-being of persons experiencing early memory loss by providing a therapeutic environment where members can engage in brain healthy activities and learn lifestyle adaptations. The Brain Fitness Club offers three 14-week semesters annually. Sessions take place twice weekly (currently on Tuesdays & Fridays) for 4 hours each day. Graduate clinicians from the UCF Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders provide scheduled one on one therapy for each member weekly.
Let's join the community in remembering the victims of Pulse Nightclub. ORLANDO, FLORIDA June 12, Noon, Ringing of the Bells at First United Methodist Church 142 E. Jackson Street. June 12, 7 p.m., Annual Remembrance Ceremony. A public community gathering at the Pulse Memorial,1912 S. Orange Ave. More details are available at
Do you have a child or grandchild interested in sleepover camp? Private message me or check out www.warrenwilliscamp.org Warren Willis Camp - 4990 Picciola Rd Fruitland Park, FL 34731
http://brainfitnessclub.net Do you know someone with early onset dementia or memory changes or mild cognitive impairment? Our Summer Semester of Brain Fitness at Broadway UMC will start up again on Tuesday, May 8th. Email us ([email protected]) and we will send out some information to you...or call and leave a message at 407-235-2355.... meanwhile check out the website below.
Come help pick up branches and take leaves at the church. We have electricity.

EVERYBODY'S welcome at Broadway! If you have any prayer requests please email them to us and they will be forwarded to our Prayer Team.

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[04/19/20]   A little “old time” humor ...

GARRISON KEILLOR ON "METHODISTS"

We make fun of Methodists for their blandness, their excessive calm, their fear of giving offense, their lack of speed, and also for their secret fondness for macaroni and cheese.

But nobody sings like them. If you were to ask an audience in New York City, a relatively Methodist-less place, to sing along on the chorus of "Michael Row the Boat Ashore," they will look daggers at you as if you had asked them to strip to their underwear. But if you do this among Methodists, they'd smile and row that boat ashore and up on the beach! And down the road!

Many Methodists are bred from childhood to sing in four-part harmony, a talent that comes from sitting on the lap of someone singing alto or tenor or bass and hearing the harmonic intervals by putting your little head against that person's rib cage.

It's natural for Methodists to sing in harmony. They are too modest to be soloists, too worldly to sing in unison. When you're singing in the key of C and you slide into the A7th and D7th chords, all two hundred of you, it's an emotionally fulfilling moment. By joining in harmony, they somehow promise that they will not forsake each other.

I do believe this: People, these Methodists, who love to sing in four-part harmony are the sort of people you can call up when you're in deep distress.

*If you're dying, they will comfort you.

*If you are lonely, they'll talk to you.

*And if you are hungry, they'll give you tuna salad.

*Methodists believe in prayer, but would practically die if asked to pray out loud.

*Methodists like to sing, except when confronted with a new hymn or a hymn with more than four stanzas.

*Methodists believe their pastors will visit them in the hospital, even if they don't notify them that they are there.

*Methodists usually follow the official liturgy and will feel it is their way of suffering for their sins.

*Methodists believe in miracles and even expect miracles, especially during their stewardship visitation programs or when passing the plate.

Methodists think that the Bible forbids them from crossing the aisle while passing the peace.

*Methodists drink coffee as if it were the Third Sacrament.

*Methodists feel guilty for not staying to clean up after their own wedding reception in the Fellowship Hall.

*Methodists are willing to pay up to one dollar for a meal at the church.

*Methodists still serve Jell-O in the proper liturgical color of the season and think that peas in a tuna casserole adds too much color.

*Methodists believe that it is OK to poke fun at themselves and never take themselves too seriously.

And finally, You know you are a Methodist when:
It's 100 degrees, with 90% humidity, and you still have coffee after the service.

You hear something funny during the sermon and smile as loudly as you can.

Donuts are a line item in the church budget, just like coffee.

When you watch a Star Wars movie and they say, "May the Force be with you," you respond, "and also with you."

And lastly, it takes ten minutes to say good - bye !

He has risen, just as He said!
Happy Easter Everyone!

[04/09/20]   We are 98 years old today!

When He came to the place where the road goes down to the Mount of Olives, the whole crowd of disciples began joyfully to praise God in loud voices for all the miracles they had seen:

"Blessed is the king who comes
in the name of the Lord"

"Peace in heaven and glory in the highest!"

Some of the Pharisees in the crowd said to Jesus, "Teacher, rebuke your disciples!"

"I tell you," he replied. "if they keep quiet, the stones will cry out."

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Please follow all curfews and recommended health care protocols for the benefit of us all.

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[03/24/20]   All Services are predicated upon the Center for Disease control, City of Orlando, County, State, and Federal guidelines and mandates for ending the COVID-19 (coronavirus) Pandemic.

*All Services are predicated upon the Center for Disease control, City of Orlando, County, State, and Federal guidelines and mandates for ending the COVID-19 (coronavirus) Pandemic.

We are planning to have a modified worship service on Palm Sunday, April 5th, but communion will not be served. We will sing two or three hymns, take prayer requests and concerns, and a short sermon. The choir will not be singing because they will not have had the opportunity to practice. There will be no offering, but an offering plate will be available near the main entrance to the sanctuary where you can leave your contribution, if you desire to do so. There will be no bulletin. Al has been asked to have the hymn numbers and announcements on the overhead. Please practice “Social Distancing” (6 ft rule) between you and the other people on the pews. There will be no social hour, and if you are feeling ill please do not attend. Don, as Chair of Trustees, has been asked to contact our custodial crew and have them wipe down the pews before Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday.

Happy Spring!

*All Services are predicated upon the Center for Disease control, City of Orlando, County, State, and Federal guidelines and mandates for ending the COVID-19 (coronavirus) Pandemic.

Easter is the most joyous time in the Christian Church. Easter is the time when we gather together to proclaim anew, “He is risen! He is risen indeed!”
April 12th 11am. Come and worship with us! ( remember to practice social distancing 6 ft during our continued time of protection from the coronavirus pandemic)

* All Services are predicated upon the Center for Disease control, City of Orlando, County, State, and Federal guidelines and mandates for ending the COVID-19 (coronavirus) Pandemic.

We are worshiping separately together via weekly emails from our Pastor Rodney Wallace during this coronavirus self isolation/quarantine and Lenten time. We welcome you to meet adjacent to in our community garden on Maundy Thursday April 9th at 7 pm for Communion on Holy Thursday. We will be outside with plenty of space for “Social Distancing.” We will have individual sealed communion cups, each with its own communion wafer. Each person will be asked to pick up their own communion elements, and we will take communion together as a body of worshipers. All are invited to attend.

Wonderful time at the end of the year United Methodist Women’s Christmas Luncheon!

Happy New Year 2020!

Please join us for the Christmas Eve Carols & Candlelight Service tonight at 7 pm -8 pm. Opera vocalist Conner McWhirter will sing “O Holy Night”. The service will include scripture reading between carols, a Christmas prayer and meditation. We will dim the lights for our final carol, “Silent Night” and the ushers will pass out candles for everyone. There is a Christmas card exchange table that we can leave a card for some one and wish them a Merry Christmas. We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year!

Lovely time for the Broadway UMW who serve, study, pray, research, and support missions and outreach both locally and around the world each year. Road trip to Lake Alfred’s “Lavender and Lace” tea room to celebrate life and our relationships with each other. Enchanted looking delightful place with fresh, excellent, full menu, homemade dishes and of course, a variety of delicious teas. Wonderful time for all!

Great Collaboration for our neighborhood National Night Out LEHNHA @ Broadway UMC community garden. Many wonderful performers including the Orlando Russian Ballet, Orlando Opera and many artists of various genre. Great food from local restaurants all free for the community! Thank you Orlando!

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Obituary for Roberta Flanagan Walker | Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home

"She was known for the special quality of her voice and was a soloist with the Pfeiffer College Choir. Robbi made her life and raised her family in Winter Park, Florida. The Methodist Church anchored the life she, Bill and their three children shared." She and her husband Bill, of 53 years were very active with Broadway UMC in Orlando as newlyweds. Robbi Walker as Music Director and Christian Education leader. Robbi and Bill as Youth Directors in those volatile late 60s. They are still "in relationship" with many of the now seniors who were in high school then. They were very "avant-garde" and inspired many to remain with their faith who were at risk of losing their faith in the social controversies of the times ie. the Veit Nam war, Racial discrimination, Sexual discrimination, etc.. The couple currently members of Winter Park UMC since 1974, are continued friends of Broadway UMC. Robbi became a Methodist pastor, serving at St. Andrews UMC and was a Rotarian. "On an interim basis she preached and led the choir at Lyndonville United Methodist Church in Vermont. Robbi was a pioneering spiritual leader of exceptional depth. Through her many endeavors in life, she explored, encouraged and taught Christian Spiritual Formation, Spiritual Dance and music. In addition to being an accomplished singer, she played the piano, bells and the ukulele." We will miss her!

careyhandcolonialfh.com Obituary for | Roberta Doris Flanagan Walker, known to friends as Robbi, was born near midnight on November 26, 1943 in her Grandfather’s home on Flanigan’s Mill Pond, near Richland, Georgia.  Robbi died June 7, 2019, at home, at the end of a ten-year battle with a rare form of thyroid...

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Obituary for Dorothy Sue Kelch | Carey Hand Colonial Funeral Home

Patience, tolerance, love, kindness and faith best describe Dorothy Sue Kelch along with her beautiful voice. She was loved deeply by her Broadway UMC family. A truly authentic person who will be missed by all who knew her.

careyhandcolonialfh.com Obituary for | Dorothy Sue Kelch, 76 of Orlando, FL was welcomed into the loving arms of Jesus on June 9, 2019. She was born March 5, 1943 to Homer E. & Nan Elizabeth (Wooten) Tinklepaugh.   A woman of unwavering faith, she led a life to the benefit of all who were privileged to...

Life and Times at Broadway UMC

Life and Times at Broadway UMC

Great Fun with a wonderful program Saturday, December 1st at our United Methodist Women's Annual Luncheon at the Winter Park Towers Banquet Room. Oh What Fun! This group studies and sponsors missions all year long!

Come and Join us in this small group study. We would love to share with you and get to know you in a causal relaxed study.
Beginning Wednesday December 5th for 4 weeks

Come and join us this Sunday as our "Radical Generosity" program gives our financial support & recognizes God's Greyts Greyhound rescue non profit organization. Then stay and enjoy the Christmas Spirit brought to us by the Dickens Carolers. See you at 11am in the Sanctuary for Worship and Joy! ( Downtown corner Amelia @ Broadway)

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Orlando Fire Department receives 'Fido Bags' to treat pets rescued from burning homes

orlandosentinel.com All pets — such as dogs, cats, rabbits and the occasional snake — will now be treated at the fire scene using the equipment in the Fido Bags, which increased the chances of their survival, according to the fire department.

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Come and join us in celebration of our freedom of individuals, community, and country! We as Americans still have a long way to go from here. And we have come a long way. Join us in songs and celebration...and cake!

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[06/29/17]   We're looking forward to Sunday's service at 11AM with our new pastor Rev. Rodney Wallace.

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406 E Amelia St
Orlando, FL
32803

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We are a group of Christ followers who are trying to grow together in discipleship while we reach out to people in need right here in Orlando and around the world. We believe that out of a love that’s beyond anything we can imagine, God came into our human world in the form of Jesus. We believe Jesus offers us relationship with God that will last forever and that gradually transforms us from the inside out. We feel God’s presence continuing with us day by day in the Holy Spirit, offering us guidance, comfort and peace. We’re not very complicated or very big, we’re not even particularly wealthy or well-connected—we are just linking arms and spirits in our common goal of living the way Jesus taught.
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