Meets from 9:15-10:15 on Sunday morning
in the South Parlor
Please join us in conversations in which we explore our faith, expand our understanding and learn about opportunities for action.
Lenten Bible Study
ISAIAH, JEREMIAH, LAMENTATIONS
Immersion Bible Study
“How do we find hope when we are in the midst of great loss? Why does God allow suffering? From the Assyrian conquest of Israel and the threat to Judah during Isaiah’s ministry to the Babylonian destruction of Jerusalem and the exile of its citizens during Jeremiah’s ministry, God’s covenant people have suffered great losses. In Lamentations a poet shows us how to mourn loss, while the prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah express hope in God’s ongoing love, mercy, justice, and restoration, a hope we can claim for ourselves during our times of tragedy.” (Immersion Bible Studies)
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 6:00. Come and enjoy dinner, pancake races, and great fellowship! Please bring your own table service.
February Newsletter 2017
Last week, a statue entitled, “Hands across the Divide” flashed on my computer screen. The long stretched arms of two people with fingers barely touching; the distance between their bodies, the stiffness and reluctance in their stance reflected our nation’s situation. There is a great divide and yet there are hands reaching out. The statue cast by Maurice is located in Northern Ireland, at the West end of Craigavon Bridge, Derry.
|Annual Martin Luther King Jr March and Memorial Service
Monday, January 16, 2017
The Presbyterian Church in Geneva
|9:30 AM||March||Geneva Public Safety Building|
|10:15 AM||Arrive at Church||Fellowship Hall|
|-> Coffee & Donuts||Fellowship Hall|
|11:00 AM||Worship Service||Sanctuary|
|1:00 PM||Luncheon||Fellowship Hall & South Parlor|
|-> Family Promise Slide Presentation||Chapel|
The Presbyterian Church in Geneva continues to support The House of John with your mission dollars. The House of John is a 2 bedroom, private home located in Clifton Springs that offers residence for the terminally ill and their families. Its mission is to offer physical care, emotional support and spiritual love to individuals who are approaching the end of life.