Join us at Lenten Worship — Wednesdays at 7 pm
Communion services led by Rev. Candace Lawrence and organist Bill Young: February 21 & 28, March 7, 14, 21, & 28.
Lenten Fish Dinners — March 2 & March 23
Order a meal for our first Lenten Fish Dinner by noon on February 26. Featuring fresh haddock from Boston and homemade macaroni and cheese. PRE-SALE ONLY. Volunteers, sign up in Fellowship Hall.
Support recovery — donate personal care items
The LIFE youth group is collec ng items for Syracuse Teen Chal- lenge, a residen al program that helps individuals with addic on recover through a rela onship with Jesus Christ. Needed: men’s toiletries, bleach, laundry detergent, dish soap, toilet paper, loose- leaf paper, spiral bound notebooks. Place them in the collec on box in the main church corridor, near the Informa on Center.
Delta Sonic coupons good until April 6
From now un l April 6, coupons are good for $2 o any service at any Delta loca on. We have coupons for sale at $2 each.
Interested in joining LFUMC? Please let us know.
If you would like to become a member of LFUMC, contact Pastor Brian Homan or the o ce sta at 315–457-5180 by February 16.
Join a Mission Trip to Kentucky, April 22–29
Join volunteers traveling to Red Bird Mission in Kentucky during spring break. Help people in the mountains of rural Appalachia. People with all skills are needed, ages 13 and older. Par cipants should supply a $75 commitment fee (scholarships available) by February 28. Contact Mike Nortman or Kay Phillips, 315–457-5180.
Senior Ministries 2018 events are lling up
Informa on about 2018 events is in a binder on the Senior Ministries table in Fellowship Hall. If you want to a end, don’t delay. Your check is your reservation, but Sarah will hold seats for those from church without prepayment if you call her at 315–695- 6696, email email@example.com, or leave a note in the Senior Ministries mailbox at church.
It is now required that anyone a ending these programs must have a medical form on le. Pick one up on our table and put in an envelope provided. Please leave in the Senior Ministries mailbox.
People of all ages welcome at April 20 dinner
1950’s‑themed meal served at church at 6 pm. The LFUMC Men’s Club will cater. Program, The History of Onondaga Lake, presented by Gregg Tripoli, Onondaga Historical Society’s curator of history. $15 per person. See Senior Ministries table for details.
Sights & Sounds of the Holy Land talk — February 26
At the February 26 Olivebranch Women’s Group gathering, Naomi Cannon and Kay Phillips will share stories of their recent trip to Israel following in the footsteps of Jesus, Samuel, David, and Paul. Enjoy a Valen ne’s Brunch for dinner! Join for appe zers at 5:30 pm, brunch at 6 pm and program at 7:15 pm. Cost for dinner is $5. Make a reserva on (call 315–457-5180) by noon on February 23.
Project Chris na dona ons support foster children
Bless foster children with stu ed toys, reusable tote bags, and books. Informa on and a collec on box are in Fellowship Hall.
5 cents makes a di erence to our youth programs
Bring 5‑cent returnable bo les & cans to church, or to MSK Returns on Rt. 57, for the LFUMC Youth account.
Weekly Study Through the Bible — three op ons Mondays at 1 pm, Wednesdays at 7 pm, Sundays at 9:30 am
Blessings in a Backpack: macaroni & cheese
February collec on: single-serve microwaveable macaroni & cheese. Provide hungry school children with weekend meals.
Laity Evening with Bishop Mark Webb — March 5
Come to the Upper New York Conference Center at 6:30 pm to join a Chris an conversa on about a way forward as the United Methodist Church. The goal is to share a wide array of thoughts and ideas to send to the Commission on a Way Forward.
Planning a wedding? Schedule by February 26
Those considering Liverpool First to host their wedding this sum- mer must register with the church by February 26. A minimum of three months prepara on me is required including comple on of six contact hours of premarital counseling. Contact the church at 315–457-5180 to request a guide of procedures and policies.