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Sunday Worship Services – June 20, 2021

Please join us for worship at 8:30 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 20, 2021 as we celebrate our High School Graduates on Baccalaureate Sunday. Because of restrictions affecting the number of worshipers allowed in the sanctuary, advanced reservations are required. At this time the 10:30 a.m. service is full for in-person attendance, but can be viewed live on this website or on YouTube. Spaces remain for the 8:30 a.m. service in person. The 10:30 service will be led by this year’s high school graduating class, and will feature guest preacher Bill Lamb. Click here to print, view or download this Sunday’s bulletin.

6-13-21 10:30 am Worship Service

View the Worship Service which was live streamed from the sanctuary of The Presbyterian Church in Geneva on Sunday, June 13, 2021 at 10:30 am.

 

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Sunday Worship Services – June 13, 2021

There will be two worship services, both in the sanctuary, starting at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Because of restrictions affecting the number of worshipers allowed in the sanctuary, an advance reservation is required to attend either service.   Click here to print, view or download this Sunday’s bulletin.

Our 2021 Graduates

High School

June 6, 2021 10:30 am Worship Service

View the Worship Service which was live streamed from the sanctuary of The Presbyterian Church in Geneva on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at 10:30 am.

 

To view more videos from The Presbyterian Church in Geneva, please visit our video page.

Sunday Worship Services – June 6, 2021

In-person Worship, Live Streaming and Coffee Hour

On May 21, 2021, Pastor Colin wrote in a congregational letter, “The time has arrived. The Presbyterian Church in Geneva will be opening up the facility for worship and some internal church activities starting in June, 2021.” and worship services in our sanctuary begin on June 6th. Please click here if you would like to read the entire letter.

Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is a method used to improve security for your online accounts. When a website uses Two Factor Authentication (2FA), the website will typically send you an email or text message with a security code that must be provided to the website, when prompted, in order to gain access to the account.  Most commonly, Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is set up using an email address or a cell phone number.  In some instances, Two Factor Authentication (2FA) can be set up using a land line phone number and there are third party apps, like Google Authenticator, which can provide the security code directly.

Once Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is enabled, you will not be granted access to the account unless you can provide the requested security code and most security codes are valid for only a few minutes.    Be sure that you have access to your email account or your text messages before logging into an account website that uses Two Factor Authentication (2FA).

From the Parish Nurse

Article from the Parish Nurse
Dear Church Family,

Follow the #%$1## science! Which one??!! I’m writing this on May 14. Yesterday the President announced on national tv that the CDC has determined those citizens who are fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks in most places. Meanwhile, the Finger Lakes Times this week reported that 27 residents in two different nursing homes who were fully vaccinated have tested positive for COVID. I have read 3 articles written by younger people who have been fully vaccinated, have tested positive for COVID, and have mild symptoms. As I write this, Governor Cuomo is not ready to go all in with the “no mask required” changes. So, what do we do? Let’s look at the facts we know to be true.

June Sunday School Highlights

Sunday School Graphic

Have a wonderful summer!!!

June 20 – BACCALAUREATE SUNDAY

CONGRATULATIONS Graduates!!!

Adult Education

Adult Education

Sunday Morning 9:15-10:15
May 30: Concluding discussion of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond.

How can solutions be addressed in Geneva?

There will not be any sessions over the summer.

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