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  • What time is worship?
    Our worship session is on Sundays at 10:30 am.
  • How should I dress?
    Come as you are! God only cares that you come.
  • What about kids?
    We love kids! Children are always welcome in worship. We have children's activity bags that we call “Listening Bags” at the sanctuary entrances. Listening Bags contain Bible-themed activity books, colored pencils, crayons, a Bible-character puppet, and at least one quiet toy that will keep little hands busy. There is also a bookshelf with children’s books at the sanctuary entrance from Fellowship Hall. The worship greeters at entrances to the sanctuary are happy to help you find Listening Bags and books.
  • What's the worship like?
    Worship is designed around a theme that is pertinent to the day or season. Worship includes a variety of music styles offered on the piano and organ and by the vocal choir, handbell choir and instrumentalists. The hymns that we assign represent the rich hymnody of the church. We pray and hear readings from the Bible which are interpreted by the preacher. We make financial offerings as a sign of our gratitude to God. We baptize those of all ages who wish to respond to God’s grace in their lives. Often, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, also known as Communion or the Eucharist, where we share bread (gluten free is available) and cup (grape juice) as a celebration of Jesus Christ’s presence among us and his nourishment of our spirits.
  • How long does the service last?
    Usually about an hour. Sometimes a little longer on special occasions, such as holidays and baptisms.
  • May I ask someone to pray for me?
    Absolutely! You may call the church office and leave a message with the pastor's secretary at 585-538-4555. You may have your name printed on the prayer list or your need shared more confidentially with the deacons. Or please click here for our prayer request form.
  • Am I required to do anything during the service?
    You are invited to participate as fully in our worship as you feel comfortable. There are several times in worship where the congregation is invited to stand, if able. The Lord's Supper is celebrated frequently and is open to all. A gluten-free alternative is always available.
  • What do Presbyterians believe?
    The Life and Mission Statement of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to which we belong : "We the Presbyterian Church (USA) are a people of God, called together by our faith in Jesus Christ as part of the whole body of Christ to worship, study and serve. We confess...that Jesus is Lord, and in him is our hope and our peace. Bound by the Spirit to Christ's authority, we are thus free to stand in the lively joy of the grace of God." The Great Ends of the Church the proclamation of the gospel for the salvation of humankind the shelter, nurture, and spiritual fellowship of the children of God the maintenance of divine worship the preservation of the truth the promotion of social righteousness the exhibition of the Kingdom of Heaven to the world. Presbyterians... As we believe, so we do.
  • May I talk with someone about the church?
    We would love to talk with you more about the life and ministry of this church. You may contact us via email: ​ You may also call the church office at 585-538-4555 and make an appointment with our pastor.
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