On September 9th, FPCV will be celebrating 225 years!

Events of the Day:

10am-4pm: Booth during Victor Hometown Day: Set up in front of church. 

1 pm: History Presentation of the First Presbyterian Church in Victor – David Henderson and Babette Huber (Historian for the Town and the Village of Victor)

2 pm: Organ and Piano Concert – Ayn Patrowicz, our longtime organist/pianist, will treat us to a selection of special music. 

3 pm: Trivia Scavenger Hunt…for children of all ages!

4 pm: Gathering – We will be recognizing those who have contributed in so many ways to who we are today, including past Pastors and people who have been under our care.

5 pm: Congregational/Community Dinner —to conclude the day together!

**A special thank you to Linda Smith, Brenda Dean, Sue Toomey, Steve Simpson and more, for all of their hard work putting together this special day!!**

**Volunteers Needed!!**

Congregational/Community dinner on September 9th:

We need coleslaw, baked beans, and potato salads for our combined Congregational/Community dinner on September 9th.  We also need help serving and cleaning up!  Will you help?  Many hands make light work!

We’d also love for you to join us in celebrating our church’s 225th birthday!  We will be serving Pulled Pork Sandwiches and cake.

Please sign up here

Questions:  Contact Brenda at [email protected] or 585-259-5687.

Booth/table during Victor Hometown Day:

Please sign up for a 2-hour slot to be at our booth during hometown day! Available times are 10am-noon, noon-2pm, and 2pm-4pm. Great opportunity for families!

Click on this link to sign-up

Thank you and we hope to see you there!!