International Guitar duo Loren and Mark will be returning to the Grace Episcopal Church for an afternoon of world class music at 4 p.m. Sunday, April 28.
The EJ Thomas United Methodist Men will host a tribute to Rev. Wade Jarrett at noon Saturday, April 27, at Little Utica United Methodist Church. A free luncheon will be followed by the movie, “A Man Called Peter.” All proceeds from the love offering will go to Watson Homestead and Camp Casowasco, two of Rev. Jarrett’s favorite charities.
The First Presbyterian Church of Baldwinsville continued its 200th Anniversary celebration with the hanging of a banner on the south side of its steeple at the corner of Elizabeth and Oswego streets on Friday, March 29.
Little Utica United Methodist Church will hold a Holy Land Tour Information Night at 7 p.m. Friday, April 19.
The Youth Group at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Baldwinsville recently helped pack meals to be donated to Kids Care, An Outreach, Inc., that were distributed to local food pantries in the Syracuse area. The youth packed 3,400 meals during the event, which will help feed 20,832 people.
Dozens of interested families and parents attended Christian School Choice’s first Education Fair Jan. 29 at Faith Baptist Church in Baldwinsville.
Church Women United of Baldwinsville and the Baldwinsville Ministerial Association will again sponsor the 2012 Lenten Luncheon Series at 12:05 p.m. every Friday during Lent with a meditation in the First United Methodist Church.
Grace Episcopal Church will hold this year’s community pancake supper from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, in the church undercroft, located at 110 Oswego Road (Route 48) in Baldwinsville to again benefit the food pantry. The public is invited to attend.
Little Utica United Methodist Church will hold a special candlelight service at 8 p.m. Christmas Eve.
Community invited to view Christmas story, visit Bethlehem Marketplace
The greater Baldwinsville community is invited to watch as the Baldwinsville First United Methodist Church brings the Christmas story to life.
Father Joseph Scardella, right, blesses Casey Burke’s dog Bailey during the Feast of St. Francis held Oct. 4 at St. Mary's Academy in Baldwinsville. Students were able to bring their pets to school for a special blessing by Father Scardella. The children enjoyed showing off their pets, which included dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, and more, to teachers and other students.
These programs are a wonderful way to give your child excellent training in character education through Bible stories, Bible verses, songs and plays by qualified adults. Please read about the one for the school where your child attends below and consider sending her/him this year.
Community Wesleyan Church kicks off the High Point weekly kids program on Sept. 12.
Put on your aviator glasses and leather jackets – we are going flying.
Parishioners prepare for this year’s Vacation Bible School at Community Christian Reformed Church. The theme of the school is “Adventures on Promise Island.”