On Sunday, November 24th, approximtely 125 members & guests welcomed Pastoral Candidate Vicar Susan Feurzeig as she led worship & communion. Following the service, by unanimous consensus, Pr. Feurzeig was invited to be our next spiritual leader.11/24/19 Sermon
A visually striking and bountiful display of fresh fall vegetables and fruit were gathered recently to benefit a local food pantry. It is with joy and thanksgiving that we share that which we have.
Creativity unequaled! It was a VERY busy morning for our Sunday school classes as we kicked off another year of Christian education. The morning events included learning about the different volunteer opportunities & mission work that keeps our church buzzing with activity and our congregation active in the world.
For the second year in a row, the people of Luther Memorial secured a $500 Thrivent grant (and over 750 food items!) for the St. Paul Food Pantry @ Brown Memorial United Methodist Church. The food drive was a resounding success - ongoing support benefits families of the near westside of Syracuse.
Please join us tomorrow during the Sunday School hour (9:30-10:30) for our popular Family Advent Workshop!.
Please plan to pick up your wreath order on Satuday, December 7th between 10am-Noon.
On Sunday, November 24th, about 50 dine-in and take out Thanksgiving meals (with all the trimmings!) were prepared and delivered by the youth group; many thanks to all who contributed to this annual event.
Yippee! The pepperoni sale is back again, just in time for gifting and eating during the holidays & still a bargain at $9/each; Pick up a few during social hour while supplies last.
But anything goes (any non-perishable food item) this month to benefit the St. Paul Food Pantry ministry. The food pantry has been managed 20+ years by Judy Eyer, providing food to families of Syracuse's Near Westside.
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