BCPC Celebrates 200 years in 2016!i!
          bcpcbanner
In November of 1816, a small group of pioneers erected a house of worship along a Native American trail in the thick forests midway between Lake Ontario and the Tonawanda Creek.Over the years, that congregation grew, and the area around their church developed.  200 years later, in 2016, the Barre Center Presbyterian Church still stands on the west side of that trail (now, NYS Rt. 98), proclaiming God’s love to the community.  The present-day congregation now makes plans to celebrate God’s faithfulness to their church over the last two centuries, and looks at this significant anniversary as an opportunity to further witness His love to Barre Center, Orleans County, and the world.
 
          
Anniversary Dinner, Saturday, Nov. 5th
at 5:30pm
 
Loaf & Ladle meal, featuring homemade soups, breads, and dessert,
followed by a program by Chet Fery, aka “The Breadman”.
    
The Breadman returns to BCPC with a special anniversary program!
A freewill offering will be collected to benefit Chet’s “Breadtime Stories and More” ministry.
 
Service of
Celebration and Thanksgiving, 
Sunday, Nov. 6th at 10:00am
 
Commemorating 200 years of service to God!
 
 
~Message delivered by Presbytery Leader,
Amy Fowler-Williams.
~Combined Presbyterian Choir
~Brass Ensemble
~Soloists
~Special Guests
 
Reception to follow!