Acolyte Ministry

Acolyte Ministry:  God Lights Our Way”GLOW!

Acolytes bring the Light into the service
reminding us that “God lights our way.


Troop 4 Pancake Breakfast

Troop 4 Pancake Breakfast

Sunday, October 15th
8 AM – 12:00 Noon
Adults $7.00 and children (under 10) $5.00


Join the Choir for our Christmas Music

Come and Join
the Choir
for our
Christmas Music.
This year we will be singing the

Vivaldi Gloria

December 10, 2017!
We will rehearse the Cantata music at
7pm, the beginning of our regular
Thursday rehearsal, so if you are
coming only to sing for
“Cantata Sunday,” you don’t need to be
there for the entire rehearsal.
Come! Join us in this celebration
of the birth of Jesus !

For further information or to let the choir director know that
you will sing with us, please call Richard Cox at (315) 789-0996.

Take Note

While it is always exciting to plan and prepare special music for our weekly worship services, it is especially exciting to prepare music for our special celebrations during Advent & Christmas, Lent & Easter, and Pentecost. (more…)


The Eco Committee will be sending our first box of used oral care products to TerraCycle this month. (more…)




SERRV is open again after the summer break.  Hours are Saturdays 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Sundays after both services. (more…)

Presbyterian Women

Friendship Bible Study Group
Thursday, October 19th – 1:30pm

Thursday, October 5th – 1pm (more…)


At our September meeting of the Board of Deacons, tentative dates for major events were set for the present program year: (more…)

From the Parish Nurse

Dear Church Family,

     I decided to pick a difficult topic for this month after hearing a news report that an area school is no longer letting kids get changed in the locker rooms.  It struck me as odd.  With a little further research it became clear the reason for this was bullying, and often cyber bullying.  (more…)

Adult Forum

Adult Forum
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.

In response to initiatives from PCUSA and the events in Charlottesville this summer, we have decided to devote this fall to issues involving racism, reconciliation, forgiveness—and what our Confessions ask of us.  We anticipate devoting the spring to the Living the Question curriculum initially intended for this fall.