Welcome to the Presbyterian Church in Geneva

Worship Schedule:

Sunday, April 26, 2015 – 4th Sunday in Easter

  • 8:15 am – Chapel Service
  • 9:00 am – Sunday School – Sunday School
  • 9:15 am – Adult Education
  • 10:30 am – Sanctuary Service
  • Hymns:
    • Lord of the Dance  (GG#157)
    • We Are One in the Spirit – 10:30 only (GG #300)
    • Here I Am Lord (GG #69)
    • GG – Glory to God Hymnal
  • Sermon: “Mrs. Lamb’s Assignment”
  • Scripture: 1st John 4:7-12, Matthew 22:36-40
  • Services lead by: The Communicants Class

Upcoming Events:

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Apr
27
Mon
Mission & Social Concerns
Apr 27 @ 7:30 pm

Members:

Bill Fox**
Barbara Zeller-Maw*
Mark Palmieri*
Hugh Price*
Cheryl Palmieri
Jean Harman – Deacon
Beth Newell
Nancy Miller
Jeff Henderson
Dave Phillips

** Committee Chairperson
* Session Member

Apr
28
Tue
SERRV Committee
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm
Apr
30
Thu
Choir Practice @ Choir Room
Apr 30 @ 7:00 pm
May
2
Sat
SERRV Shop open
May 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm

The SERRV Shop is open Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year.  On Saturdays, the SERRV Shop is open from 10:00am to 12:30 pm during the months of February through October and 10:00 am to 4:00 pm during November and December.  On Sundays the SERRV Shop is open after regularly scheduled worship year round.  The SERRV shop is closed during the month of January.

Please call the church office at (315) 789-1343 for an appointment to visit the SERRV Shop during the week.

May
3
Sun
Faith in the News @ Fellowship Hall
May 3 all-day

Stop at the round table in the Fellowship Hall that Adult Education has provided with the newspapers. Join or start a discussion about something in the news while you enjoy your Sunday morning coffee and treat.

Sacred Song Service
May 3 all-day
Worship Service @ Chapel
May 3 @ 8:15 am
Sunday School @ Christian Eductation Wing Upstairs
May 3 @ 9:00 am
Exploring Social Issues II @ South Parlor
May 3 @ 9:15 am

Adult Forum
Meets from 9:15-10:15 on Sunday
Morning in the South Parlor

Exploring Social Issues II

Beginning in April, the Adult Forum will follow-up on our social issues study from last spring. We live in a diverse community and each day we are faced with situations that are different from our personal, cultural or familial background. How we respond to these differences can be greatly influenced by our faith and the teaching of the Bible. We will study four relevant topics that are a part of our experience each day.

April 5 – Easter Sunday, no Adult Forum
April 12 – Living in a Diverse Community
April 19 – Our Aging Society
April 26 – A Personal Reflection on Marriage
May 3 – The Influence of the Pope

Classes will be facilitated by community speakers, fellow congregants, and members of the Adult Education Committee. Everyone is invited to add their thoughts to our discussion about living in a diverse world.

Choir Practice/Warm-up @ Chior Room & Sanctuary
May 3 @ 9:30 am

The 9:30 am rehearsal most Sundays is an optional rehearsal in place for those who were unable to come on Thursday night.   Warm-up time most Sundays is at 10:00 am. Anyone who wishes to participate in Adult Ed can leave just a bit early to come to our 10:00 warm-up.

Worship Service @ Sanctuary
May 3 @ 10:30 am

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Confirmation Class Leads Worship 

Nine youth from the Presbyterian Church in Geneva lead worship on Sunday, May 26th as the final requirement for their Confirmation, which takes place on May 31st.  They have spent the past year reviewing church history, delving into church theology and doing mission projects. They developed a class Affirmation of Faith as well as individual Statements. The youth are John Alexander, Ellie Aliperti, Brennan Bates, Audra Burrall, Jason Carle, Ben DeMoras, Kate Equinozzi, Lauren Schmit and  Rye Weber.

Deacon’s Talent Show

This Year’s Talent Show

If you’re looking for another fun musical event, the annual Talent Show is coming up soon! Here are the details: (more…)

An Attitude of Gratitude

Dear Church Family,

An Attitude of Gratitude. Sounds like an odd topic for a health related article, but my Mayo Clinic Health Letter for March devoted a full-page to this topic. Also, as Christians, the most important event for everyone to be grateful for occurred during the Easter season. Jesus Christ died on the cross for all of us. (more…)

EASTER – JOY AND REFLECTION

EASTER – JOY AND REFLECTION

This joyful Eastertide, away with sin and sorrow!
My love, the Crucified, has sprung to life this morrow! (more…)

Camp Whitman 2015

CAMP WHITMAN INFORMATION IS OUT.  If you didn’t receive a mailing and are interested see Kathy Breese.  Camps are for entering kindergartners-12th grade. The church pays a scholarship for each camper so see Kathy Breese before you sign up.

Let’s Talk

Let’s Talk

Meets once a month on Thursdays
during the summer from 6-8 pm in
various locations

Save the dates!!

Plan ahead for a summer of excitement as we again consider topics of interest in our Let’s Talk venue. (more…)

April Sunday School Highlights

APRIL 5 – NO SUNDAY SCHOOL
APRIL 12 – Sailing With Jesus – group activities
APRIL 26 – Confirmation Class leads both worship services

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Exploring Social Issues II

Adult Forum
Meets from 9:15-10:15 on Sunday
Morning in the South Parlor

Exploring Social Issues II

Beginning in April, the Adult Forum will follow-up on our social issues study from last spring. We live in a diverse community and each day we are faced with situations that are different from our personal, cultural or familial background. How we respond to these differences can be greatly influenced by our faith and the teaching of the Bible. We will study four relevant topics that are a part of our experience each day. (more…)

April 2015 Preaching Schedule

Sunday Scriptures Sermon
April 2 Maundy Thursday
Matthew 26 & 27

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