The Pavilion United Methodist Church is a group of people trying to live out the Good News of Jesus Christ together and in our own lives. We are seeking to become a community of faith that might best be expressed by the following statement:  Being God’s love to our neighbors in all places. We are a diverse bunch of folks that find a common bond through our faith. We endeavor to be a support for each other during difficult times and to joyfully celebrate when others experience the blessings of life. We actively try to follow Jesus’ commands to care for those in need through our food pantry, our Emergency Assistance Fund, and by meeting needs as they come to our attention. We are comparatively small in number but are proof that God can do great things in spite of our size. We hope that you will take time to visit with us one Sunday and that you may experience God’s transforming power in our midst.

Gathering for worship on Sunday mornings is foundational to all we do. We can reconnect with those we may not have seen since the previous Sunday and share the story of our lives since we last met. But more importantly, it is a time when we reconnect with God in ways that we might not see the rest of the week. The primary purpose of Sunday morning is to worship God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe that the aim of worship is not to “get something” our of the service but rather to give ourselves to God. To this end we follow a pattern of worship in which we gather in praise and prayer, we hear God speak through the scriptures and the sermon, we give thanks to God through giving our gifts and ourselves, and we are sent out to serve God. Our worship style might best be described at “blended.” On a typical Sunday, we are likely to sing a traditional hymn as well as a more contemporary Christian song. Our prayers might include ancient resources as well as the words of more contemporary Christians.

The Pavilion United Methodist Church offers a meeting place for Cub Scout Packs, Cub Scout Committee Meetings, Boy Scout Committee Meetings, and Girl Scouts.  It also is a meeting place for AA Meetings.

Community Connections

Our Church offers a Christian Education Program that features elements such as bible study, etc. More info coming soon!

Spiritual Growth

The Pavilion Community Food Pantry serves residents living in the Pavilion and Wyoming Central School Districts who are unable to meet their family needs for basic nutrition  A joint ministry of Mary Immaculate Parish and the Pavilion United Methodist Church, the 
pantry is supported solely by community generosity and Hunger Prevention grants from New York State through FoodLink; most of the churches in the area served are also active participants. It is an On Demand Pantry, which means that we meet with clients by appointment. Clients are welcome to visit as often as once a month, and appointments can be made by calling Pat Bradley (584-3815), Debbie Davis (584-3108), or Sue Kinney (584-8795 or 880-2462). The Pantry also provides financial support for the Pavilion Central School Backpack Program, providing supplemental nutrition for students in homes at risk of food insecurity on weekends.

Food Pantry

info about the food pantry. Should there be some form of contact info here?


Food Pantry

info about the food pantry. Should there be some form of contact info here?


Food Pantry

info about the food pantry. Should there be some form of contact info here?


What We Do
Food Pantry
Worship