We are seeking to connect people across generations by encouraging spiritual growth through developing passionate worship, active youth ministries, and expanding small group ministries.
We continue a long tradition of hospitality to grow relationships with college students, visitors, and diverse people within our community. Our commitment to outreach and mission extends to the world community. Examples include relief efforts supported by PCUSA and supporting the theological education of an African pastor.
We seek new opportunities in evangelism to unreached people of the world.
We connect with the community by creating cooperative relationships with sister churches and diverse community resources, such as Habitat for Humanity, the Geneseo-Groveland Food Pantry, and a community health center. We see new opportunities in adult literacy and life skills ministry in partnership with Literacy Volunteers of America.