To glorify God in worship and serve Jesus Christ by understanding and effectively responding to the spiritual, physical, and social needs of Morrisville and the surrounding community.


Handicap Accessible - Electronic Hearing Devices - Nursery Care

Children ages Pre K - High School. Sunday School classes meet each Sunday in class rooms in the lower level of the church. Everyone from the community is welcomed to attend.

Classes are held for students in 7th grade or older. The includes classroom & independent study. Upon completion of course assignments, the young adults join the church family in a special confirmation ceremony.

Group Studies are offered based on congregational interest.

PW Circles provide monthly study and fellowship for women of the church.

The Chapel is alway open to provide members a place for meditation and prayer.

Pastor Thomas welcomes the opportunity to meet people and provide support through difficult periods.

We are a diverse group of people from all walks of life, yet we are all sisters and brothers, members of God's family through our common faith in Jesus Christ. Like all families, we, too, are growing and changing. We teach and learn together so that we might "grow in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ" (2 Peter 3:18). We support each other in weakness and celebrate the joys of our life together as Christians. How great it is to be a part of this family! We always stand with arms wide open to welcome any and all into this family, for by welcoming them here, we are welcoming them into the family of God.

Each Sunday fellowship is provided with coffee and snacks following the worship service. Soup Luncheon is provide on the first Sunday of each month.

Our church "Ambassadors" provide many services including: Sunday Greeters, Card Ministry, Friendly Visits & Phone Calls and Care Packages.

Our church has a very active women's group providing a variety of opportunities throughout the year. Covered Dish Suppers are held twice an year. A weekend retreat are held each fall at Vanderkamp. Christmas Caroling is a popular activity. The Bi-Annual Fashion Show is one our newest events held on non bazaar years. Lunch Bunch, Book Club and Let's Paint are some of the social activities offered each month.

Hosted Bi-Annually, the PW Bazaar provides both wonderful shopping for the community at large, but a chance for members to get together throughout the year and work on crafts and projects.

One Great Hour of Sharing: Disaster Relief, Hunger, Self Development

Pentecost Offering: Children at Risk, Youth Programs

Peacemaking: World Peace Missions

Christmas Joy: Racial Ethnic Education, Retired Pastors Assistance

Hunger Sunday: Local and National Hunger Programs

Clothes Basket: Offers Low Cost Clothing and Homegoods

Food Pantry Collections

Birthday Offering: Women contributes this special offering each spring to meet major mission needs support through the Presbyterian Church (USA).

Fellowship of the Least Coin: Linking Prayer and "Least Coins" This offering is a symbol of prayer for peace and reconciliation. Grants are used for special projects of evangelism, service and relief throughout the world.

Thank Offering: Given in the fall as an accumulation of money saved by women in her "blessing box" as an expression of gratitude for the special blessings of her life.

Members have the opportunity to share information about a mission project during the Sunday Service.

Many members support Rev. Harvey Sindima's Malawi Orphan Projects. The Sindima Family are friends of the Church and they run missions in their home country of Malawi. From only five orphans in 1985 to 700 in 2005 (in the 90s there was an explosion of orphans due to the AIDS epidemic in Africa).

BNRP helps the orphans in many ways: food, clothing, blankets, shelter (building brick homes), school uniforms and materials, tuition and fees for high school, vocational training, and college.

The newest venture of BNRP is the Sindima Memorial Institute of Arts and Technology. Currently under construction is a school for 2,500 students to train in various skills, careers, and professions: accounting, architecture, business management, computer system technology, engineering, graphics, nursing, medicine, automotive technology,woodwork technology, among other programs.


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INCLEMENT WEATHER:...when the school is closed, so is the Church Office and the Clothes Basket. Local radio and TV may say, but the District Website at www.mecs.org will also have the information.
TV Channels with school closings are: WSTM Channel 3
WTVH Channel 5     WSYR Channel 9     YNN Channel 10

Radio Stations: WKLL 94.9FM   WMCR 1600AM     WMCR 106.3FM    WFRG 104.3FM     WODZ 96.1     WLZW 98.7FM     WIBX 950AM     WOUR 96.9FM    WOMX 102.5FM    WOKR 93.1FM     WTLB 1310AM

March 2015 Calendar of Events

1 Adult Bible Study 9:30 am Church Library
2 Cerebral Palsy 10 - 11 am
2 CE Committee Mtg. 5:30 pm SS Room
2 Deacons Mtg. 6:30 pm Library
3 Ethel's Needlers 10 - 11:30 am Library
4 Zumba 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall
5 Tae Kwon Do 6 - 8 pm Fellowship Hall
7 Deacons/Session Joint Retreat 9 - 3:30 pm Fellowship Hall
8 Daylight Saving Time Begins
8 Adult Bible Study 9:30 am Church Library
9 Cerebral Palsy 10 - 11 am
9 Worship Committee Mtg. 6 pm Library
9 Outreach Committee Mtg. 6:30 pm SS Room
9 Property Committee Mtg. 7 pm Fellowship Hall
10 Ethel's Needlers 10 - 11:30 am Library
10 Rebekahs 2 pm Fellowship Hall
11 New Hope Circle 6:30 pm Library
11 Zumba 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall
12 PW Ministry Team 6:30 pm Library
12 Finance Committee Mtg. 7 pm Library
12 Tae Kwon Do 6 - 8 pm Fellowship Hall
15 Adult Bible Study 9:30 am Church Library
16 Cerebral Palsy 10-11 am
16 Session Mtg. 7 pm Library
17 St. Patrick's Day Observed
17 Ethel's Needlers 10 - 11:30 am Library
17 Faith Circle 12:00 Dot Mulcahey
18 Zumba 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall
19 Tae Kwon Do 6 - 8 pm Fellowship Hall
20 First Day of Spring Observed
22 Adult Bible Study 9:30 am Church Library
23 Cerebral Palsy 10 - 11 am
24 Ethel's Needlers 10 - 11:30 am Library
24 Rebekahs 2 pm Fellowship Hall
25 WIC 9:30 - 3:00 pm Fellowship Hall
25 Zumba 5:30 pm Fellowship Hall
26 Book Read 12:30 - 2 pm Library "Mr. Owita's Guide to Gardening"
26 Tae Kwon Do 6 - 8 pm Fellowship Hall
29 Palm Sunday Observed
29 Adult Bible Study 9:30 am Church Library
30 Cerebral Palsy 10 - 11 am
31 Ethel's Needlers 10 - 11:30 am Library

Questions? Call the church office mornings at 684-3314.

Monthly Meetings:
Clothes Basket Work/Prayer Group
Every Tues @ 9:30 AM
Every Thursdays: Tae Kwon Do - 6-8 pm

Newsletter Deadline - 20th of each month
The Clothes Basket is Open to the Public
Wednesday 10 AM - 2PM
Saturday 10 AM -
2 PM

Free Days on March 21, March 25, March 28 and April 1 

Closed for Change Over
Thursday, April 2 
until Saturday, April 11
Donations Welcomed - Please drop off during open
hours, or call to make arraingements - 684-9970

Pulpit Schedule

March 1 Communion Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Harvey Sindima
March 8 Celebrate the Gifts of Women---PW Ministry Team
March 15 Rev. Jerry Saliba
March 22 Ellen Davis
March 29 Palm Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Harvey Sindima
April 5 Easter Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Harvey Sindima

Presbytery of Cayuga-Syracuse
Synod of the Northeast
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Morrisville Community Church
Secretary Hours: Mon - Fri 9am - 12pm
email: morrisvillechurch@frontiernet.net

3824 Swamp Road, Morrisville, NY 13408
(315) 684-3314
Fax 684-7817