Sunday Morning Worship at Stone

March 24, 2019
Third Sunday in Lent (and a Baptism)
Morning Worship 10:30 AM

Isaiah 55:1–9    Come, feast with no cost.

Psalm 63:1–8   My soul hungers and thirsts for God.

1 Corinthians 10:1–13 God enables us to endure testing.

Luke 13:1–9    One last chance is offered for repentance.

Sermon:  Health Food – Pastor Scott Leonard preaching

Ecumenical Lenten Series

The Clinton Area Ministerium invites all to our Ecumenical Lenten Series, which will be hosted in the fellowship room at Stone Presbyterian Church (use the Williams Street entrance) in Clinton, NY on Thursday evenings from March 14th to April 11th, beginning with a light soup and bread supper at 6:00pm. Then there will be a session shown from Adam Hamilton’s video series, “Final Words from the Cross”, followed by a discussion moderated by one of Clinton’s clergy. The program will end before 7:30 pm.

Please plan to make this fascinating series part of your Lenten experience.

March 14th-Pastor Scott Leonard, Session 1-“Father Forgive Them”

March 21st-The Rev. Jeff Hale, Session 2-“Today You Will Be with me in Paradise”

March 28th-The Rev. F. Cary Cyr and the Rev. Jean Skinner, Session 3-“Behold Your Son…Behold Your Mother”

April 4th-The Rev. Fr. John Croghan, Session 4- “My God, My God”

April 11th-The Rev. Janet Griffiths and Patsy Glista, Sessions 5 and 6-“I Thirst” and “It Is Finished”

Help Peruvian children at the Fair Trade Shop

This striking ceramic piece in traditional black and white is thrown and smoothed entirely by hand using techniques developed in pre-inca times. Your purchase creates access to training, loans, health care and school supplies for children of Peruvian family workshops. 

These and many, many more unique handmade items are featured in our Fair Trade Shop, Stone Presbyterian Church, 8 South  Park Row, Clinton. We have a large selection of baskets, exquisite jewelry, collectibles, wood items, chocolate and food items, clothing and toys from 38 different countries.

Purchasing fair trade ensures artisans and small farmers fair wages and healthy working conditions, providing dignity, sustainable development and hope to marginalized people. Our hours are 10am to 6:30pm every Thursday and 10am to 4pm second SaturdaysFor more information, contact Lauralyn Kolb,, 315-725-1326.