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Casual Praise ServiceThursday Night

Our second Casual Praise Service is Thursday night at 7pm. Last week the group decided that what had been planned as a monthly service (we were going to call it Third Thursdays) should be a weekly experience. A good time was had by all. Five of us gathered in the Prayer / Reading Room for a 45-minute discussion on the theme: Imagine: Imagine what it…

RPC in the House

Today at 2pm is the SoutHeart Fellowship, otherwise known as RPC@SPC. Members of the Rochester Psychiatric Center community will be with us at 2:30 in Fellowship Hall for worship and refreshments. It’s a GREAT opportunity. Hope you can join us.

Music Director

We have a new Director of Music! Ms Allison Thorp has accepted the position and we are delighted to welcome her to South Presbyterian Church. Allison comes to us from Kentucky with her husband, Sean Coughlin, an instrumental music teacher who is a jazz sax player. She has entered the doctoral program in Choral Conducting at Eastman School of Music. Welcome aboard…

SPC Tuscaloosa

In April 2012 a group of people from various churches in the Genesee Valley Presbytery traveled to Tuscaloosa, Alabama as volunteers with the purpose of helping to rebuild homes that were damaged in the tornadoes of April 27, 2011. This was a mission project entitled “Genesee Valley Presbyterians Un-twisting Tuscaloosa.” South Presbyterian Church is proud to have members Sue Tedesco and Carleen…

National Night Out 2011

Sponsored by the Upper Mt. Hope Neighbors (UMHN), President Dan Hurley South Presbyterian Church was well represented by members of the Joy Group and others. Tables and chairs were set up so that the neighborhood children could participate in craft work with supplies being provided by members of the church. Beads, glue sticks, crayons, paints etc., were made available by the Joy…

Katrina Helpers

On November 15, 2009 three members of South Presbyterian Church joined eight other people from the Genesee Valley Presbytery on a mission trip to New Orleans to help rebuild the city. Four years after Katrina, there are still great swaths of the Lower Ninth Ward that are nothing but weeds and concrete slabs, and large parts of other areas that look fine…