|75 Stutson Street, Rochester NY, 14612|
|585 663 0644 / 585 865 8836|
|Yes (see Notes for stairs)|
Lakeside Presbyterian Church, located in historic Charlotte close to Lake Avenue, is a church rich in history. It 150 years old and part of the Presbytery of Genesee Valley. The church also supports day care via its Lakeside Child & Family Center.
Visitors "receive an enthusiastic welcome and take part in a rich and meaningful worship service, as well as fellowship and opportunities for service and spiritual growth." In their own words:
Tradition is important at Lakeside, yet it seeks to touch all people with various styles of music, and sermons that proclaim God's word in ways that are meaningful and relevant to your faith journey. The congregation is a blend of all ages and you will find a family atmosphere where all are welcome. Lakeside offers a children's message during the worship service, followed by a time of Christian Education for children and youth of all ages, as well as a loving crib room for your littlest ones. For adults, short-term studies of 6-8 weeks are offered periodically as well as forums on various subjects of community and spiritual interest.
Lakeside offers many ways for you to get involved, make friends and grow in faith. Its Social Concerns committee plans fellowship activities and provides opportunities for service through events like CropWalk and involvement in the Greece Ecumenical Food Shelf and St. Pauley Clothing ministry. The choir and music ministry, as well as various committees, afford opportunities for leadership in the life of our church. Lakeside also has an active Board of Deacons who work to provide care for the ill, shut-ins and those in need.
Lakeside offers something for everyone to put skills, interests, and faith into action.
Parking is available in lot next to church or in the public lot across the street.
Visit the website to verify service times and see information on church activities and view photos.
Notes and References
Handicapped Ramp Procedure on WebShots.com shows how to use the special ramp to get up the stairs.
Church is listed as a member of the Covenant Network of Presbyterians, self described as: "national group of clergy and lay leaders working for a church that is simultaneously faithful, just, and whole. We seek to support the mission and unity of the Presbyterian Church (USA) in a time of potentially divisive controversy."
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