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“A Time to Bloom”, a women’s retreat, was held on Saturday, April 8th, at Green Lakes State Park.  Almost 30 women attended from Good Shepherd in Fayetteville, St. Mark’s in Baldwinsville, St. Peter’s in Verona, and King of Kings in Liverpool, all ELCA Lutheran congregations.  We learned so much about ourselves and each other, as well as had fun, another is planned for the autumn!

The annual Volleyball Tournament was held March 10th & 11th at Syracuse University. The total raised was over $5,800 for Lutheran Charities.  Fun was had by all.  Of course, the adults paid the price–it took them days to recuperate.

 

This year’s Advent Workshop was a little different than in years’ past.  Not only did the children get to make ornaments for our sanctuary Christmas tree, but the adults helped them to color murals.  What fun for all!

 

Our 10th annual Thanksgiving Dinner was our biggest ever!  Not only were we all thankful, but also filled with plenty of food and blessings.

 

The CROP Walk was held on Sunday, October 2nd, with both adults and youth participating.

crop-walk-2016

 

The Senior High Youth left for their annual Mission Trip, this year in Boston, on July 17th.  Click here to view a slideshow.

2016 Sr. High Mission Trip

 

On Sunday, May 29th, the Sunday School planted squash in King of Kings’ raised beds.

 

King of Kings’ sanctuary decorated for Pentecost 2016

Pentecost Panoramic-2016

 

The 2016 GaGa Event was held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on Sunday, April 10th.  46 youth and 15 adults attended.  A good time was had by all!

2016 GaGa Event

 

The 2016 Men’s Retreat was held April 8th-10th at Vanderkamp Retreat Center.

2016 Men's Retreat

 

During the Easter sunrise service, the sun peeks out at 6:55 a.m.

Easter Sunrise

 

The Easter Vigil was held on the night before Easter at 5:00 p.m.  After a short service, champagne and fruit were enjoyed in celebration of the anticipation of Jesus’ resurrection.

 

 

Our 2016 Lenten dinners were well attended as well as delicious.  Thank you to Kathy Hill and her team, plus volunteers, for a job well done!