Local churches work together for fundraiser
Church welcomes new pastor
The passionate generosity of two mothers in Pittsburgh is contagious.
The annual Marcellus Starlight Tree Lighting is drawing near.
Each year, Monsignor Meaney Council 9042 Knights of Columbus of Elbridge conducts a golf tournament for the benefit of the Jordan-Elbridge and Skaneateles ecumenical food pantries. With the generous support of the Welch Allyn Corporation, this year’s tournament raised more than $2,200 in cash and provisions. Grand Knight Brian Dristle recently presented checks to the pantries’ respective boards.
The fundraising totals are in for the sixth annual Habitat for Humanity Chicken BBQ, a joint effort of Marcellus’ four churches.
St. John’s Episcopal, St. Francis Roman Catholic, Marcellus First Presbyterian and Marcellus United Methodist Church have again formed a partnership to help with the current Interfaith Build of Syracuse Habitat for Humanity.
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is holding its annual Country Fair Saturday, Aug. 18.
In February, Hillview Community Church issued a challenge to parishioners and churches throughout Central New York – take up a collection for toilet tissue and other personal hygiene paper products.
The congregation at Fay Road Baptist Church will soon begin gathering to worship Wednesdays evenings instead of the usual Sunday morning time.
The businesses and organizations of the village of Camillus will hold their annual One-Mile Sale from 8 a.m. through mid-afternoon Saturday, May 19.
The Rhythm-Airs, a 17-piece orchestra that plays a wide array of Swing Era favorites, will perform for dancers from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 5402 W. Genesee St., in Camillus.
The Master’s Touch Chorale will perform at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, April 29, at Marcellus United Methodist Church.
The First Baptist Community Youth Group held Breakfast with the Easter Bunny Saturday morning at the Jordan-Elbridge Community Center.
It was with great sadness that I learned of the death of Father Gregg LeStrange. He was there for three important milestones in my life – my wedding and the baptism of both of my children.