Acts of Faith: Worship Communities

As of February 19, 2018

Fellowship of Faith

On Sundays, 10:45AM, people gather from the community-at-large and from St. John’s Meadows & Brickstone on Elmwood Avenue for traditional worship, complete with choir, hymns, Scripture, prayer, sermon and sacraments. Worshipers include agnostics, an atheist, as well as Presbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran, Baptist, Catholic and Jewish folks. All are welcome.
Click here for more  for specific information and participant testimonials …


On Thursday evenings, 7PM @ Charlotte Harbortown Home’s high rise on Lake Avenue, people from the community and the housing facility join for casual praise that includes discussion, videos, scripture and prayer every week (September-May).
Read more and find personal testimonials in their update …


 New Life on Monroe

Sundays,9AM at Cobbs Hill Manor at the corner of Monroe and Culver.  People come from the Upper Monroe neighborhood and beyond to engage each other in non-traditional, conversation-based worship that includes the residents of this Assisted Living care facility. Services focus on the love of God as demonstrated through the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and include music, singing, sharing life experiences, Scripture, praying and guided discussions  by Pastor Katrina Hebb.

SoutHeart Fellowship

Wednesdays, 3PM on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays, a group of us provide worship & fellowship at the Rochester Psychiatric Center. The sharing and camaraderie makes this an uplifting and powerful time.
Read about our expanding  SoutHeart ministry here …


Sonray Fellowship

Thursdays, 4PM – 1st & 3rd Thursdays – Growing out of SoutHeart Fellowship, Sonray is a twice-monthly worship and fellowship experience designed for patients in the Regional Forensic Unit at the Rochester Psychiatric Center. Creating community with those who are court-placed as a result of criminal conviction brings its own set of challenges. Volunteers for this ministry receive training from the RPC staff. When did we see you, O Lord? When you visited me in prison and brought healing to the heart.