Forest Home Chapel
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
United Methodist Church, Ithaca New York


A Reconciling Congregation

224 Forest Home Drive, Ithaca, NY  14850  +  (607) 257-4329
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.

THE CHAPEL'S MISSION STATEMENT

Embracing God’s will for our community through education, compassion, and justice.
What does the Lord require of you? To act justly, to love mercy,
and to walk humbly with your God.”

~ Micah 6:8 ~


Chapel Worship Schedule for July & August 2019 

Services begin at 10:00 a.m.

July 14

Celebration of a New Pastoral Appointment. Be with us as we install our new pastor, the Rev. Rebecca Dolch, with worship and special music, ceremony and joy! Please see Carol Hockett cih2@cornell.edu if you would like to help present symbols of office. A reception follows the service. See Wendy Millroy millroyw@gmail.com if you would like to help with the reception. Come!

July 21

Rev. Dolch preaching

July 28

Rev. Taryn Mattice, Cornell Protestant Cooperative Ministry Chaplain preaching

August 4, 11, & 18

Rev. Dolch

August 25

Sara Haefeli, Chapel Lay Leader


Goings on at the Chapel, in photos

May 23's Administrative Council meeting included a well-behaved non-voting guest, canine Phillip, seen here with (left to right) Trustee Scott Anthony, Secretary Janet Snoyer, and Treasurer Jackie Nock. 
 

Left: Sunday,  Guest Organist Sungmin Kim (seen here with Pastor Robin and Sara Haefeli) astonished and delighted the congregation with his brilliant offerings, among them, Mendelssohn's Organ Sonata No. 1 in F minor, 4th movement. Right: Chapel Gardener Elizabeth Mount, watering the Peace Garden, was assisted by an attentive parent robin.
 

Sunday, June 9, was Pentecost Sunday. Here, Pastor Robin reenacts the scene for young disciples, when the Holy Spirit descended on the first disciples.
 

Saturday, June 15, was also the occasion for Historic Ithaca's That Old House Tour, Forest Home Edition. Along with several neighborhood historic homes, the Chapel and Parsonage were featured on the tour, with our Fellowship Hall being the base of operations.

Hundreds of people passed through on that beautiful day. Viewing the Martin Luther King Jr. photo installation was a moving experience for many. Ringing the Chapel bell was a thrill for others!
 

Sunday, June 16, Chapel members held a fond farewell reception for Pastor Robin, with cards and flowers, speeches and presentations, and of course wonderful food!
 
 

Upcoming Events at the Chapel

Sundays are in red.


July

7: Lay Servant Carol Hockett preaching

14: Rev. Rebecca Dolch Installation

21: Rev. Rebecca Dolch preaching

28: Guest Rev. Taryn Mattice preaching