See You At The Park

July 1, 2021

Sundays are always exciting at Browncroft, but this weekend we have an extra special event planned. After all, it’s Independence Day! Will we see you at “Church in the Park“?

The weekend excitement actually begins on Saturday as dozens of Browncrofters will be walking along with our church’s specially designed #FORPENFIELD float in the town’s Independence Day parade. The fun starts at 10:00am, and we hope we will see many of you there as we celebrate with our community!

Here’s a sneak preview of the float under construction…

Ok, now… “Church in the Park”!

Below is an invitation from Pastor Rob encouraging you and your neighbors to please join us for a special Sunday service at the Penfield Amphitheater in Veterans Memorial Park on Independence Day.

A few quick notes… (#1) Don’t forget your lawn chairs!

Also, please note that NO regularly scheduled activities, including Browncroft Kids Groups, will take place on our main church campus on July 4. And we will not have a livestream that morning, but we will post the message online later in the day.

More details can be found at on our Church in the Park webpage. We hope to see you and your friends out in the community this weekend!

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