Our MISSION: “Go out and train everyone you meet, far and near, in [my] way of life.” (Mt. 28:19 – The Message)
Our Acts of Faith Community provides community organizing around spiritual needs and interests.
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Love-Joy Fellowship

Faith Communities are a balance between “faith” and “community.” The many activities of the Love-Joy Fellowship are those organized activities designed to provide opportunities for us to share fellowship time, welcome new members, and deepen relationships already in place.
With so many Acts of Faith in so many different locations, getting together to socialize (as many churches do every Sunday following worship) becomes its own form of ministry.

Love-Joy Fellowships are those times when we meet up for no purpose other than enjoy each other’s company. This year, we had two such gatherings. Each drew dozens to enjoy each other.
Farewell to Sonya, our Clerk of Session as she relocated to North Carolina in her retirement. Away, though she is, she continues to serve as our Clerk and to appear in worship whenever she is in town. Thirty-two people came together at the Elmwood Inn for our farewell. Harvest
was our fall gathering with members of Irondequoit Presbyterian Church in order to meet, greet, and get to know each other around table fellowship at the Carmen Clark Lodge in Henrietta. Thirty-eight of us shared singing, praying and eating and we are all looking forward to the Winter Potluck in February to continue our conversations.

Thirty-seven people attended our Harvest Potluck and it was a love-fest punctuated by prayer and singing as members of both Irondequoit and South Presbyterian Churches socialized and got to know each other.
Three members of our last Confirmation Class (10+ years ago) were present as well and as always, the food was plentiful and delicious. It was a feast for heart and soul!

Another Potluck will be scheduled for January upon the request of those present!

Harvest Potluck Photos provided by Carol Santos and Deb Swift