A Congregation of the Reformed Church in America

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Prayer Team members will be available in the front of the Sanctuary to pray with you following the worship service.
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 “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age” (Matthew 28:19-20).

Lakeview is very active and dedicated to supporting a multitude of missions that extent the hand of Christian fellowship to people in the local community and abroad.

Velix Plaisir and Fran Leeman

Velix Plaisir and Fran Leeman

1.  A new mission for Lakeview is New Life for Haiti.  Pastor Steven’s spouse, Joanna, shares her views on this important mission and how it serves the storm and earthquake ravaged people of Haiti.  Listen here to her explanation of this mission, one that her father, Fran Leeman is engaged  inside this Caribbean country.   Watch this youtube video of some of the successes achieved through this mission.  Visit their Facebook page by clicking here

2.  An ongoing outreach effort has been Lakeview’s enthusiastic support for the Greece Ecumenical Food Shelf.  The contributions of the Lakeview congregation have always been generous.  The focus for February is:  Hot and Cold cereal.

3.  Lakeview is honored to belong to a coalition of several Town of Greece Churches who have come together to support Mission Share Outreach Center on an on-going basis. Mission Share was formed to provide for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of people in our community.  Volunteers are always needed to help with the many fund raising and assistance activities of Mission Share.  Following an extensive renovation, the center has  recently reopened.

4.  Eash month Lakeview feathures it’s mission-of-the-month in an effort to support local social organizations that benefit the people in the greater Rochester area.  For February the focus is the Bivona Child Advocacy Center located on Mt. Hope Avenue in the nearby city of Rochester.  The mission of Bivona is to:  “deliver excellence in child abuse response, healing and prevention through collaborative service, awareness, education and leadership.”  Visit their website to learn more about them by pressing your left mouse key here.

4.  Starting in 2014, Lakeview made a commitment of 1/2 Partnership-in-Mission (PIM) share to the missionary work of  JJ Tenclay with the Waldensian Church in Palermo, Sicily.   A 1/2  PIM share is approximately $3200 a year.  This money is from the Benevolent Fund and the general budget.  The Consistory considers this partnership an extension of the work of the gospel in the world and is very excited to partner in this important work in service to the immigrant community of Palermo, Sicily.  To read the most recent letter from the Tenclays, click here