Information about activities, events, and calls for action from the bulletin are listed here.
We, the church, have finished reading Debbie Irving's Waking Up White, but the Lord has not finished with us or our work! Many of you have said, "What's next?"
We will continue seeking where God is leading our church in the fight against systemic racism and prejudice in our next study entitled "Mission" from the PCUSA Engage curriculum.
The resource Engage: Mission has been created to make sharing the good news of Jesus Christ just a bit easier. Putting in a good word for Jesus, especially among people needing to hear that word, is never easy. But joining together to share our faith openly, to enlarge our understanding, to connect our stories with God's redemptive story, to practice various approaches, and to encourage and pray for one another will make our call to be evangelists easier. .....It may not be the easiest thing you have been called to do, but it is by far the most rewarding.
The dates of the study are as follows: Feb. 11, March 4, March 18, April 8, April 15, and May 6. We will continue with a simple snack after the worship as we study and discuss God's Word for us. You will need your Bibles for this study.
May 20 is "Be the Church" Sunday. One of the choices for that day is to participate in a Walk of Faith to observe our community through the eyes and heart of Jesus. The Engage study will help to prepare ourselves for this experience. We will gather for lunch to share our experiences and to pray together for the needs of our community. Study books will be available to you on February 11. No need to sign up, just come!
The Vineyard Church in Solvay hosts their annual MobilePack fundraiser with Feed My Starving Children over Palm Sunday weekend March 21-24, 2018. No special skills required. This is a high energy group assembly line activity that packs nutritious soy, rice, and veggie ingredients into meal kits for distribution across the world. Just bring enthusiasm, willingness to follow directions, and a heart for feeding God's children.
A group from LFPC will be going on Friday March 23, 5:30-7:30p.m. To register with the LFPC group, go to
JOIN code is 1355760. No donation is required to register or participate in the MobilePack event. You choose to donate if you want, value of your choice.
If this time doesn't fit your schedule, please find a time that works for you to volunteer. Register through the website:
View MobilePack events and select the one in Syracuse, then Get Involved.
We do not believe in being lone rangers in the PC(USA). We need each other as we work together to share the good news of Jesus Christ. As we benefit from the gifts, skills, vision, and ministry of each other in this place, so, too, do we benefit from an even wider array of gifts and ministry of our Presbyterian brothers and sisters across the church. Your per capita pays for the programs, training, and resources that help us work together locally, regionally, and nationally.
-Use the blue envelope in your Offering envelope box to submit your per capita of $35.22 per church member including confirmed youth but not those children on the baptism roll.
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.
Around the world, millions of people lack access to sustainable food sources, clean water, sanitation, education, and opportunity. The three programs supported by the One Great Hour of Sharing - Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Self-Development of People - all work in different ways to serve individuals and communities in need. From initial disaster response to ongoing community development, their work fits together to provide people with safety, sustenance, and hope. More information about the offering and the three programs can be found at:
OGHS is the single, largest was that Presbyterians come together to work for a better world.
Look for special envelopes in the pews in March. Special envelopes are not required, though. Please write check to Liverpool First Presbyterian Church with OGHS in the memo line. We will collect the OGHS offering through Sundays in March and dedicate it on Palm Sunday March 25.
We are still collecting returnable cans and bottles for the preschool. There is a bin downstairs outside of Fellowship Hall to place your donations. Please rinse the cans and bottles out first.
Attend an Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group
Do you feel like you’re all alone? Would you like to learn from others dealing with the same challenges as you? Support groups provide emotional, educational and social support for caregivers. Join an Alzheimer’s Association support group and learn how the power of your peers can help you navigate your journey. We meet the 2nd Saturday at 11 a.m. at LFPC.
Facilitators: Florence Felt & Skip Collins. For more information, call (315) 472-4201
Please drop off any gently used men’s boots for Isaiah’s Table in the laundry basket in the back of sanctuary. Thank you for your donation!
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.
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.
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.
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