Family movies and lunch — September 30 at noon (free)
Join us for lunch and then view one of two movies: Paddington Bear 2, or One Night with the King, the story of Queen Esther.
Wednesday worship — weekly at 6:30 pm
Join us for an informal service of praise, prayer, and the word.
Witness Team Challenge continues — please share handouts
The pews contain the Welcome to Liverpool, NYhandouts again this Sunday. Please take them with you and pass them on to a friend, relative or neighbor. We don’t want to see a single handout left in the Sanctuary after the 11 am service! Additional handouts are available in the rack in the main hallway.
Blessings in a Backpack needs macaroni & cheese cups
Macaroni & cheese single serving cups needed during September.
New small group forming for parents
Gather for food, fellowship, and to support each other in parenting (all ages). Call Karen Gloyd at 315–457-5180 for details.
Senior Ministries Update: Reservation Deadlines
Checks for the October 22 motor coach trip downtown are due TODAY; checks for Syracuse Stage’s production of Elf the Musical are due October 23; checks for the Christmas Luncheon are due December 2.These are the last events for 2018. A new year of programs begins on April 26, 2019 with the 50’s Dinner.
A deposit of $25 pp for our May 2019 overnight to Cape May, New Jersey is due by September 30.A deposit of $25 pp for our November 2019 overnight to Lancaster is due by October 28.
Sponsor LFUMC participants in Ride for Missing Children
Support Pastor Brian and Keith Miller as they ride 100 miles to raise awareness and financial support in the fight against missing and exploited children. The Ride takes place on September 28.Envelopes are in today’s bulletins for a tax-deductible donation. Write checks out to “Liverpool First UMC” and note in the memo line: Children’s Ride.
CROP Walk to feed the hungry, October 21 at 1 pm
Registration at 12:30 pm at Willow Bay, Onondaga Lake Park.
Administrative Council Meeting — October 9 at 7 pm
Everyone invited to hear a presentation from Rev. Aaron Bouwens.