Posts from January 2024

Worship & Study – January 27 & 28, 2024

See below for all of our worship links and information and Education Hour information. We are currently worshiping in-person (masks optional) in addition to online. Saturday Traditional Worship – 5:30 p.m. Our Saturday service uses the same order as our Sunday morning traditional service but is in-person only. It’s a smaller crowd who are very friendly and welcoming of guests and regular Sunday attenders alike. If you’re looking for a good “first step” back into in-person worship, this service has…

Worship & Study – January 20 & 21, 2024

See below for all of our worship links and information and Education Hour information. We are currently worshiping in-person (masks optional) in addition to online. Saturday Traditional Worship – 5:30 p.m. Our Saturday service uses the same order as our Sunday morning traditional service but is in-person only. It’s a smaller crowd who are very friendly and welcoming of guests and regular Sunday attenders alike. If you’re looking for a good “first step” back into in-person worship, this service has…
Old Candle In Church. Candle Light Flame Near Ancient Wall

Worship & Study-January 13 & 14, 2024

Weather Alert for January 14 Governor Kathy Hochul has issued a driving ban for Erie County from 9 p.m. on Saturday, January 13 until 6 a.m. on Sunday, January 14. The ban will be re-evaluated at that time. If the driving ban is not lifted by 8 a.m. on Sunday morning, we will be canceling all in-person services and classes. We will stream worship services as usual, but there will be no Bible classes online. If the driving ban is…
NOMINATED!! Festive decor of the restaurant with lots of glowing lights and a map of the world

Worship & Study-January 6 & 7, 2024

See below for all of our worship links and information and Education Hour information. We are currently worshiping in-person (masks optional) in addition to online. Saturday Traditional Worship – 5:30 p.m. Our Saturday service uses the same order as our Sunday morning traditional service but is in-person only. It’s a smaller crowd who are very friendly and welcoming of guests and regular Sunday attenders alike. If you’re looking for a good “first step” back into in-person worship, this service has…

Spray Paint, Baklava, and the Bumpy Road from Annunciation to Magnificat

I have a charming, beautiful toddler. She makes us all laugh, she’s mischievous, she’s lots of fun. She is also very, very boring. The TV shows she watches are made for her age group, so there are a lot of bright colors and life lessons about sharing and caring. The books we read to her are a bit better, but even the best books for little kids, like “George and Martha” and “Frog and Toad”, have a soporific effect on…