Webster Presbyterian Church
...that all may come to know Jesus Christ, to love Him, to serve Him, and to enjoy Him forever.
 

Living the Love of Christ


Phillips Village Updates

·   WPC delivered another of our monthly dinners to our neighbors at Phillips Village on Friday, May 18.  Thank you to all of our loyal WPC volunteers for your enthusiastic support.

·   Mega thanks were echoed by the Phillips Village residents for the delicious chicken noodle casserole made by Pastor Larry!

·   All dinners are on the 3rd Friday of the month and the next one is June 15thPlease contact Don George to volunteer to help (671-1103, dgeorge14580@gmail.com)!


Miracle Field Baseball’s Opening Pitch is Sunday, June 3rd! 

The game takes place at Miracle Field from 1 to 4 p.m.  Let’s all meet at the field in our yellow shirts shortly before 1 p.m. to cheer them on!

·   Miracle Field and parking is on the east side of the Webster Town Hall on Ridge Road.

·   Volunteers can help, cheering from the grandstands and assisting players on the field.

·   Need a yellow shirt?   At no cost, we have 20+ shirts available.  See or contact Randy Nelson (rnelson8@rochester.rr.com or 329-1374) if you are interested.


Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities with Hope Ministry

Mark your calendar for September 9th to help with the HUGE Garage Sale at Holy Trinity Church to raise funds for Hope Ministry.

Other NEW opportunities include:

   1.  Furniture Ministry

   2.  Hope Garden project

   3.  Transport bags of clothing to Rochester agencies from Hope House

   4.  Transport food from Hegedorn’s to Hope House

   5.  Foodlink “shop through”

If any of these sound interesting to you, contact Laureen at 265-2184 or lanthonypalmer08@gmail.com.


Meals on Wheels Continues to Roll in our Community

·   During the summer our volunteers are providing vital backup to other drivers that may be unavailable.  This type of support requires our volunteers to be flexible and available with short lead times.  Many thanks to the team for its dedication to this critical activity.  Questions?  Contact team leader Carol Saylor (carolbud59@gmail.com or 872-5024).


 The whole idea of New Beginnings is to energize our congregation in local community service.  If you are willing to help, please contact one of the following coordinators:

·         Dinners:  Don George, 671-1103

·         Food Distribution:  Bob Smith, (315) 524-5339

·         Birthday Parties:  Randy Nelson, 329-1374

·         Hope Ministry:  Laureen Anthony-Palmer, 265-2184

·         Meals on Wheels:  Carol Saylor, 872-5024

·         Miracle Field (Challenger Baseball):  Dianne Reidy, 787-9119 (spring to fall season)


New Beginnings – Disciples in Action

As a result of our dinners at Phillips Village, we have a few people interested in coming to church for the 9:30 worship service.  We need drivers to help make this possible.  Please pray for guidance and step forward to help in this simple way. If we get enough drivers, we can spread the driving over weeks.  Contact the church office if you are able to help.