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3800 East Genesee Street • Syracuse, NY 13214
Sunday Worship & Youth Program at 10:30am

Upcoming Services


March Theme is: Brokenness

March 4th, 2018- “Abundantly Given” with Rev. Sunshine J. Wolfe

            Abundance or scarcity, hope or despair, sharing or isolating- in the balance of these words, we find a new way forward.  How do you think about the resources in your life?  What does an attitude of abundance offer us in a world filled with messages of scarcity?  We will explore the value of giving as we kickoff our Annual Stewardship Campaign.



March 11th, 2018- “Beauty Out of Brokenness: What Art Can Teach Us About Wholeness” with Rev. Sunshine J. Wolfe

            Art teaches us that even the most broken things can hold great beauty.  From mosaics made of broken glass bottles to repairing broken pottery with gold (Kintsugi), we find that even the most broken things can hold great beauty.  How do we find the beauty in our own brokenness?


March 18st, 2018-  “Nevertheless, We Persisted” with Rev. Dick Gilbert

             "Nevertheless, she persisted." Damning words spoken recently by a conservative senator to a liberal colleague. I take them, not as an insult, but as a mandate. Theodore Parker tried to benc the "moral arc of the universe," as did Susan B. Anthony and Martin Luther King, Jr. They all persisted. What can we learn from this prophetic trinity?


March 25th, 2018- “Hanging By Your Toes” with Rev. Sunshine J. Wolfe

            Caterpillars teach us that to first transform to the majestic beauty of the butterfly, we must first hang upside down by our toes.  When it is time to let everything fall apart- break apart- to transform into that something new, what gives us resilience and strength?  This Sunday we will be joined by 150 special guests that you won’t want to miss.