Come as you are.

Sunday Worship hours 11:00am

THE NEXT SHARED TABLE MEAL IS Wednesday, February 28th @ 5:30. 

This is Free Community Meal to share with those who may be hungry or looking for company - No reservations. Join us.

Helpers: Please meet between 4:15 and 4:30pm to prepare the meal.

>From Pat 

A big thanks to First Presbyterian Church of Ontario Center for your part in making these scarves possible and for your continued prayers for our students. They were delighted with the message that we want them to be warm, we want them to feel loved and we want them to be here in our country. This is the first year that we have been able to extend the project to our evening program, necessitating the creation of 70+ scarves! Thanks so much for your help! Without donations of yarn and the work of your hands and most importantly, your prayers, it could not have been done.

Looking forward to next year!



Classes open to all. Classes held in parish hall.

(times may vary, contact instructors to confirm)

Yoga classes on Thursdays from 3:45 to 4:45pm (free) Instructor Kim. For February, 2018 - yoga will be held on Feb 8th only.

PiYo classes on Wednesdays from 6-7pm ($7 per class) Instructor Lindsay:

For information about building community support for caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer's/dementia call (585) 287-6430. This effort is promoted by  LifeSpan and Alzheimer's Association. 

Help feed local children!

The Backpack Program serves 25-30 families in the Wayne school district who need weekend food help. Foodlink supplies a basic amount, and then church and organization donations supplement with vitally helpful items. When you go shopping, please consider this opportunity to impact children and families. 

Canned Fruit in Juice

Canned Vegetables

Canned Tuna in Water or Foil Pack Tuna

Microwave Soups

Microwave Macaroni and Cheese

    Place items in the grocery cart in the Narthex.  Please take a printout for a

listing of recommended donations.

Book Study - In these times where race relations are so front and center, vexing and confusing, one woman's journey into self-awareness has become highly recommended. 

The General Assembly has encouraged all Presbyterian Churches to read "Waking Up White" by Debbie Irving.  We're taking up that recommendation now in a book study Monday evenings at 7pm starting February 12th in the lower lower of the church.  Copies are being sought for those who want to borrow one.  Please join Pastor Debbie, and others, for good conversation and challenge.