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Information about activities, events, and calls for action from the bulletin are listed here.

  • Hanging of the Greens

    Sunday, December 3 from 3-00-6:00 p.m., is the annual "Hanging of the Greens". This is our biggest church event where everyone comes to help decorate the sanctuary, frost and package cookies for the Samaritan Center and Interfaith Works, work on mission projects and make Christmas ornaments. We gather in the sanctuary for carols and a Christmas story. Then we eat pizza and have wonderful fellowship! Come! Prepare our sanctuary, our community and our own hearts for the celebration of Christ's birthday!


  • Church Wide STUdy “Loving Another, Not Loving An Other”

    He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8

    The Spiritual Formation team continues the church wide study centering on Micah 6:8 entitled “Loving Another, not An Other” on Sundays October 15, October 29, and November 12 after worship. 

    The study will be based on the book by Debby Irving, Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race.  Learning about how to interrupt racism is part of learning how to be a disciple of Christ. We’re learning how to love God and love others as ourselves. We are going to accept this invitation as a church. We will be reading this book as a church and discussing questions that will help us to get more “comfortable with the uncomfortable”. Note on your calendars that we will have discussion groups after worship the second and fourth Sundays of the month beginning September 24 through November 12 , take a break during the season of Advent and then resume on January 14, ending on March 11.

  • Friends in Faith Prayer Partners

    We are looking for prayer partners for the children and families of Friends in Faith Christian Preschool  You will be given the names of 1-2 children and asked to pray for the children and their families throughout the year that God would bless them, His lover would be planted in their hearts, and they would be filled with the joy of learning.  Contact Tracie or Leigh Anne.

  • Prayer Chain

    LFPC has a mighty group of prayer warriors that pray continuously for the needs of our church.  If you have a concern that you would like the prayer chain to pray on, contact Leigh Anne, use the prayer box on the home page, or mark "For Prayer Chain" on the prayer card found in the pews.  If you would like to join the prayer chain, please contact Leigh Anne.  

  • Zentangle Group

    On Friday mornings this fall, the Zentangle group will continue to meet.  Zentangle is an art form where art is immersed with relaxation and focus (zen).  Our Zentangle group spends most of its time drawing and laughing.  If you would like to learn more, contact Tracie or Leigh Anne.

  • Food Pantry Shopping LIst

    Protein rich foods with at least 7 grams protein per serving.  Items such as beans, canned meats, canned fish, peanut butter.

    Fruit and vegetables such as canned vegetables, canned fruit in juice or water (not syrup), 100% juice.

  • CNY Photographers

    Meets 6:30pm every third Monday of the Month at LFPC. All are welcome. This month's meeting is on Monday October 16th in Fellowship Hall. 

  • Samaritan Center

    Our next service date at the Samaritan Center will be Sunday December 31, 2017. Yes, that's right, on the Sunday of New Year's Eve! This will be another great opportunity for us to get out and BE THE CHURCH! Look for sign ups starting in November. Two more dates will follow in 2018 approximately one per quarter.

  • Poinsettias

    This year the poinsettias are $10.00. They are available in red or white. Please include your payment or place in the offering plate by December 3rd. You can e-mail the church at lfirstpr@twcny.rr.com or call 315-457-3161. Your poinsettia may be taken home after the 7 p.m. Candlelight Service on Christmas Eve.

  • Salvation ARmy Angel Tree PRogram

    The Salvation Army’s “Angel Tree ” program is now under way at our church. The Angel Tree program will run this year until Sunday December 17th. This is the 32nd year we as a church have participated in the program. If you haven’t participated in the past, please consider participating this year by helping the needy in our local area. You can do this by buying or making a Christmas gift for a needy person. Tags for people in need can be found on the Christmas tree that is set up in the fellowship hall. Please help yourself to one or more of these tags and sign the log on the line corresponding to the circled number in black on the top of the tag. Check to make sure the gender and age on the tag agrees with what is in the log. Thanks!

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