Acts of Faith: Worship Communities

As of February 1, 2017

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.


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).  June-August this is replaced by Prayer-on-the-Lawn at an urban location.

Companions on the Way

Believing that church is a “school of love” based around relationship with God, Self, and others, COTW is a Celtic new-monastic community in the Reformed (Presbyterian) tradition.  This AoF meets at the Mercy Prayer Center (Highland Avenue) on Mondays, 5:30PM for a pot-luck supper followed by worship,

                            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.