If you or a loved one is in need of prayers, you may call the church office, tell a church friend to announce in church, or request a prayer by using the prayer request form below.
Sometimes life deals us challenges that we may need some assistance with. We understand this and if we can provide any assistance we would love to help in any way we can. Sometimes you may need a pastor, a counselor, or even both. We are here to help you within these troubled times by providing you with resources to help you with your needs.
Weddings are the Christian celebration of the love shared by two people and their commitment to one another and to their faith in God. If you would like more information regarding having a wedding at our church, please call the church office to speak with our pastor.
Our Congregational Care Ministries offers support for all aspects of life. To let us know if you or a loved one are in need of care, please refer to the ministries offered below:
At various times within our lives we may need medical care. If you or a loved one are in the hospital and would like a visit from our pastor, please feel free to call the church office. You can also fill out the Request for Hospital Visitation Form below to request a visit.
People of various ages can be baptized at the Federated Church. Non-members are encouraged to become members once baptized. We baptize by sprinkling Holy Water and making the sign of the cross on the forehead with anointing oil to invite in the Holy Spirit. At various points throughout the year we do hold baptism by immersion. Contact our church office for details about baptism.
When a death is imminent, our pastor is honored to come and pray with you. If there is ever such a time, please call the church office at 315-822-6321. We will make every effort to assist in your need. If this is after hours, please call 315-794-5838.
When death has occurred, our pastor would also be honored to provide the service for your loved one here at the church. Christ is hope for eternal life and we offer this hope to the surviving family and friends that their loved one is in God's eternal care.