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


Upcoming New Beginnings Events

Ø  Dinners at Phillips Village:  Fridays, February 16, March 16, and April 20, 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Ø  Birthday Parties at Phillips Village:  Saturdays, February 10 and April 14, 2-3:30 p.m.

Ø  Disciples in Action, Loving Our Neighbor, Working for Justice Committee:  2018 Planning Meeting on Monday, February 12, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Room 9/10.

Ø  Meals on Wheels:  Ongoing.

January was quiet compared to December!  Dinner at Phillips Village on January 19 was a success, given 51 reservations.  There were 39 who came to the Activities Room for the dinner and fellowship, and 14 folks requested meals delivered to their apartments.  The menu featured delicious Italian food including pasta, sauce, meatballs and sausage, salad, bread, and desserts.  Our 25 WPC volunteers worked diligently to prepare, serve, and clean up after the dinner.  Many thanks to all!

 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)


Praying for Hope Ministry

We are asking our congregation to lift up our New Beginnings ministries in prayer.  For February our focus will be on Hope Ministry, associated with Holy Trinity Church and located on Ridge Road, just east of Phillips Road in Webster.

The ministry provides for food, clothing, furniture, and other needs for Webster residents who come to them.  Each person is received in a spirit of compassion, care, faith and hospitality.  WPC members have volunteered at Hope Ministry’s Foodlink food distributions, the garage sale fundraiser, and the Christmas gift and food distribution event in December.

The Director of Hope Ministry comments that, “Prayers are so needed.  I would like prayers to open our eyes and hearts to see and respond to those in need, those struggling with addiction, those who are limited by the weather, those in need of healthcare.”