BLESSINGS TO OUR GRADUATES
We celebrated and prayed for graduates on Sunday, June 23rd. We wish them God’s blessings as they begin a new chapter in their lives. Please continue to keep them in your prayers and send them cards to let them know that their church family loves them!
Everyone who volunteered to help us on cleaning day did a superb job in dusting, polishing and tidying up and around the church premises. We could not have done it without you. Our church looks beautiful!
SPRING MIDNIGHT BREAKFAST RUN – A SUCCESS
On Sunday, May 19th, at 6:30 am, some 17 volunteers – youth and adults from our Sunday School – made the long journey into New York City.
The youth made pancakes and other goodies for the homeless under the watchful eye of the adult volunteers.
They even gave out care packages to the needy.
Thanks to everyone who contributed and participated in this outreach effort.
MEANINGFUL ‘MISSION POSSIBLE’ SPRING EVENT
by Cory Casey
Mission Possible, held its second event on Saturday, May 4, 2019. Some 18 volunteers handled work for three homeowners in northern Westchester. Blessed with a beautiful afternoon, the Mission Possible group served our neighbors and made connections within our community.
PHOTOS FROM LUNCHEON FOR THE LADIES
OF THE HOVING HOME
SUNDAY, APRIL 28th
The ladies of the Hoving Home and the “Sounds of Life” choir joined us in our worship service. Thanks to everyone for making the luncheon a success and to Lynne and Hank for inviting the choir.
SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL LADIES TEA
Saturday, April 27, 2019
Thanks to Joy, Dianne and Nancy for arranging a wonderful afternoon for the ladies at our annual tea event. Some 32 ladies turned out, adorned in their favorite hats, to socialize and enjoy the interesting games planned by the coordinators.
The winners of the “word” game were Joan Prentice, Fran Maddalone, and Marilyn Bucher. The winner of the “Guess how many jelly beans” game was Linda Kenneson.
A special thank you to each lady who contributed to the special menu enjoyed by all.
Indeed, the teapots and decor for the gathering were fitting and beautifully displayed.
If you missed this one, plan to come next year!
PHOTOS FROM THE LENTEN CLUSTER SERVICE
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27th – UMCSO
Some 70 people attended the first Lenten Cluster Pot Trust Supper & Service at UMCSO on March 27th. Members came from various churches, notably Peekskill UMC, Grace UMC, Yorktown UMC, St. Colombanus, & Park Avenue AME Zion. See photos below.
LENTEN BONFIRE 2019
We began the Lent season by burning our written sins in the Lenten Bonfire. As the flames turned our sins to ashes, we gave thanks for Christ, our Savior who removed our sins and took them on himself.