Souper Bowl Sunday
Please help us make a difference. We are collecting soup for the local food pantry until Monday morning. Every can of soup donated helps a local family.
Red Cross Blood Drive — February 12
The American Red Cross is in great need of blood donations. Liverpool First United Methodist Church will sponsor a blood drive at the Red Cross Center on Rt. 57, Sunday, February 12. Sign up in Fellowship Hall.
February Movie Event — February 12 at 2 p.m.
Join us for the viewing of The Secret Life of Pets, rated PG or the 2016 release of Ben Hur, rated PG-13. Free movie, drinks and theater snacks.
An opportunity to serve the body of Christ is available!
The paid position of Sunday Nursery Coordinator is available. If you are interested in this position or have questions, please contact Karen Gloyd at 457‑5180. Help us to serve the smallest of those in our church.
Wednesday Video Series
The video series Drive Through History-The Gospels begins February 8 at 11:30 a.m. in the Gathering Room downstairs (bring your lunch). The Evening Series will meet at 6:30 p.m. (dessert & coffee will be provided.) You have never seen the gospels ’til you’ve driven through them with David Stotts! Join on any Wednesday, no sign-up needed!
Olivebranch Women’s Group meets February 27
February is for love and chocolate. Mike Wolozyn, chocolatier and owner of Lune Chocolat will delight you with the tales of growth in this local specialty candy company and the story of chocolate. It will be an evening of sensory treats. You will be able to see, feel, and smell cocao beans and forms of chocolate and taste chocolate treats. All women are invited to attend dinner at 6 p.m. (come at 5:30 p.m. to enjoy appetizers) or just to the program at 7:10 p.m. Call the church office at 457‑5180 for a dinner reservation.
Senior Ministries upcoming events:
Friday, March 10 at 6 p.m. in Fellowship Hall — $20 per person — 50’s Theme Dinner catered by the LFUMC Men’s Club: Hoffman hot dogs & coneys, salt potatoes, macaroni salad, beans, ice cream floats, ice tea, lemonade, coffee & dessert. Program: Syracuse China Rides the Rails: Reflections on the Grand Era of Railroad Passenger Trains presented by Onondaga Historical Association’s Curator of History, Dennis Connors. Everyone of any age is invited to attend this event. Please make checks payable to LFUMC Senior Ministries and leave in the mailbox in the hallway. For information on other trips and events check out the table in Fellowship Hall.
Sunday, March 19 Syracuse Stage “Ain’t Misbehavin” $32 per person — 2 p.m.
Tuesday, April 18 Movie Night @Spaghetti Warehouse — $30 per person *note price reduction 5:45 p.m. — movie “On Moon Light Bay” with Doris Day & Gordon MacRae
Saturday, May 20 Skaneateles Cruise 10:45 a.m. — Lunch at the Sherwood Inn and a Creamery Tour $35 per person
Wednesday, June 7 — Motor Coach trip to Fly Creek Cider Mill, The Waterfront Grills in Herkimer & 90 minute Erie Canal cruise $40 per person (everyone receives a $5 voucher for Fly Creek Cider Mill. Arrive @ LFUMC @7:30 a.m.
July — TBA
Friday, August 11 — Motor Coach trip to Glenora Wine Cellars for tour & wine/juice & cheese tasting and lunch at The Inn — menu & price TBA when available
Wednesday, September 13 — Cortland Repertory Theater’s production of “Life Could Be A Dream” - Details TBA when available
Saturday, September 23 — Motor Coach to Springside Inn and Merry Go Round Playhouse’s 2 p.m. performance of “Always Patsy Cline” — $60 per person
Saturday, October 21 Motor Coach to Letchworth State Park with lunch at the Glen Iris. $45 per person — for flyers and payment instructions/envelopes check out our table in Fellowship Hall.
Project Christina — toys for children
Would you like to help a child in crisis? Here is a win-win project. Purchase a $5 stuffed toy from Kohl’s where all the proceeds go to Golisano’s Children’s Hospital, and the toy is passed on to the Onondaga County Social Services Foster Care Division. When children are removed from their home a stuffed toy will be given to them to help ease their pain. We also accept new stuffed toys purchased elsewhere, books and re usable child friendly tote bags. There is a red collection box in Fellowship Hall. Thank you for helping these children.
Ushers are needed to assist on Sunday mornings. Please sign up on the sheet posted in Fellowship Hall, or contact Ed Betts at 373‑7718 or Tom Pelkey at 559‑3832.
Campbell’s Soup “Labels for Education” program
The Labels for Education program has ended. If you have Campbell’s products at home that carry the cut-off label, please turn those in by May 30. Redemption ends in August. The church will still be a collection point for other “education” labels, so please continue to save and turn in.
Would you like to become a member of Liverpool First?
If you regularly participate with us we hope you feel like family, but being family involves investing in caring and nourishing the relationship with other members of the family. Please contact Kate at 457‑5180, or email@example.com or Pastor B (firstname.lastname@example.org, 345‑6534) to indicate your interest and Pastor B will contact you.
The flowers on the altar every Sunday are an important part of our worship service. If you would like to give a gift of flowers to honor a loved one, a birthday or anniversary, or in memory of someone, please fill out the form below and put it in the offering plate or contact the church office.
Name________________________________________Date Flowers Wanted______________
In Memory of :_________________________________________________________________
In Honor of:___________________________________________________________________