Grief Share | Inner Healing | Food Pantry | CovNET | Tab Global | Southwestern Daycare
Monday at 7:00PM
Come expecting to find acceptance, hope and confidentiality plus a growing knowledge of the grieving process. Understand what and why we grieve and how to work through, and also how to find joy in the midst of your pain.
We meet on Monday evenings from 7-9 PM in the spring, from the second week in March to the first week in June for thirteen weeks, and again in the fall from the Monday after Labor Day to the first week in December.
If you would like to be trained for this ministry, please consider contacting us.
Marvin & Louise Rupe - 585-815-0447
Restoring the Foundations
What you believe motivates and animates your life. It is not different for a ministry. What we believe at Restoring the Foundations guides all of our ministry. Please take a moment to read and ponder our beliefs asking the Holy Spirit to guide you.
We believe the Scriptures to be the inspired and inerrant Word of God, and as such, they are revelation from God to man, the infallible rule of faith and conduct.
We believe in the Trinity of one God, eternal and self-existent, self-revealed as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
We believe that Jesus Christ is true God and true man, having been conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary.
We believe that Jesus Christ died on the cross and shed His blood as a sacrifice for our sins; He rose bodily from the dead, ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God, the Majesty on High.
We believe in the ministry of the Holy Spirit to glorify Christ, to convict men of sin, righteousness, and judgment, and to empower the believer.
We believe that man was created in the image of God, but fell into sin.
We believe that man can be justified only by grace through personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
We believe that water baptism identifies us with the death and burial of Christ, and that we should arise to walk in newness of life.
We believe in the personal, literal, second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ to judge both the quick and the dead.
We believe that the Holy Spirit is at work today within the Church through His gifts, fruit and anointed ministers.
Jim Emser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Our ministry is to help the families in the Orchard Park area and supply food where there is an emergency food need.
Individuals needing assistance must meet certain Food Bank guidelines for continued help or be under Pastoral care. Although our ministry is only a supplement to food supply needs, we can also direct you to other areas of assistance, and will offer you prayer and encouragement as well for the needs that are expressed to us.
Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets are offered for those in need from our community, church family and the clients signed up at food pantry. All should meet the threshold of being in need.
Those who are looking to volunteer or youth needing community service hours are welcome to assist in our Food Pantry with cleaning, stocking, serving, food pick-ups, and other special projects. Come and be a witness, and put your faith in action!
The Pantry is open on Wednesday 11am – 4pm.
Jim Delmont - 716-712-1731
The purpose of COVNet is to create and recognize a ‘network of networks’ of both churches and ministries.
It is our desire to foster relationships and partnerships between leaders and ministries. We have come together to strengthen and encourage leaders, provide ordination to ministry, and to recognize the credentials of men and women who are affiliated with local congregations, networks, and trans-congregational ministries.
The primary focus of COVNet is specifically to create and recognize groups of ministers who will relate to one another on the basis of covenant. Through the recognition and creation of strong covenantal relationship we can therefore provide mutual support, encouragement and accountability. The founding leaders of COVNet have made public their covenant with one another.
COVNet is a family of ministers that is committed to the historic confessions of Christian faith. It is also committed to the Pentecostal/Charismatic dimension of Christianity and the contemporary movement of the Holy Spirit.
Southwestern Day Care Center, located in the facilities of The Tabernacle in Orchard Park, New York, has been in operation for over 40 years.
The Center serves children from six weeks old to school-age and is open from 630am to 6pm. Orchard Park students can be bused to and from Windom Elementary School if arrangements are made with the school.
The recently renovated facility features a large open nursery area for infants to age eighteen months and individual classrooms for each age level. The center is fully air-conditioned. Southwestern Day Care Center provides two nutritious meals and a snack each day. Diapers and formula are included for children under age two.
The program, based on Christian principles, is designed to meet the needs of all children. Curriculum includes developmentally appropriate instruction, physical activities, stories, prayer, games, crafts, and much more. Music classes each week are taught by a trained professional. The Center has the use of a full-sized gymnasium for indoor activities. An optional gymnastics program is available for those who with to participate. Our preschool students leave Southwestern Day Care Center well-prepared for kindergarten.
Southwestern Day Care Center is licensed by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services. The Center is also a member of the Child Care Resource Network.
You are invited to call 716-675-0019 to schedule a visit and a tour at any time. We welcome the privilege to serve your family.
Contact Sharon Baldwin 716-675-0019
Southwestern Day Care Center is open Monday thru Friday | 630am – 6pm
Parents are invited to schedule a conference with the teacher or the director at any time and are encouraged to do so at least once a year. Parents may also be contacted to schedule a conference if the need arises.
You can leave a detailed voice message at 675-0019. In the event that the phones are not working the Center maintains a cell phone for emergencies: 984-8657. For non-urgent matters, parents may contact Sharon Baldwin 716-675-0019.
For the 2016-2017 school year, SWDC will be officially closed on the following days (charges will apply)
Labor Day (9/5)
Thanksgiving and the Day After (11/24 | 11/25)
Christmas Day (12/26)
New Year’s Day (1/2)
Memorial Day (5/29)
4th of July (7/4)
Closing due to weather will be announced on radio station WBEN 930 and TV Ch. 2 WGRZ, Ch. 4 WIVB, and Ch. 7 WKBW.
Children will not be released to any person other than those previously designated unless permission is granted in writing or a phone call is received from the parent. Unfamiliar persons picking up children will be asked to provide proper identification.
Please notify the office if there is a change in any of the information submitted for our records. Name, Address, Phone, Place of Employment, Emergency Contact, Etc. must be kept updated.
The state of New York mandates that medical forms be completed and signed by your doctor and kept on file in the Day Care office. Forms must be submitted prior to admittance. Children’s immunizations and records must be kept current.
Children will not be admitted when they have a fever or are sick. A parent will be called if the child becomes sick during the day. Re-entrance after contagious illness requires doctor’s written permission.
New York State Law requires that your doctor complete and sign a medical form for our staff to administer any medication (including Tylenol or other over-the-counter medicine). Please obtain a form from the office if you need our specially trained staff to administer any medication.
Please label all your children’s clothing (Jacket, Boots, Blankets, Shirts, Pants, etc.) SWDC is not responsible for lost articles. Check the office for lost and found items
Please refrain from parking in front of the walkway. Parents may use the area directly in front of the Center for drop-off and pick-up. For longer parking, use other designated areas.
CHILD ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS
Music classes each week
Art and physical education are integrated into the curriculum of each class
Use of air-conditioned, full-sized gymnasium
Pre-school program for children preparing to enter kindergarten
SWDC uses time-out and student conference to discipline a child. At no time will corporal punishment ever be used. A detailed behavior management plan is available upon request.
Pastor Sharon Baldwin - email@example.com