Meet Our Staff
Welcome to Robinson Memorial Presbyterian Church’s website, our presence in cyberspace. Feel free to poke around, see what we’re about and make yourself at home. We hope that as you peruse the website, you will feel encouraged to attend a service at Robinson in the near future. If you do so, we can almost guarantee that you will find a welcoming, friendly, engaging group of people, trying to serve God as best we can. Our Sunday services are as non-threatening as can be. We would like nothing more than to meet you at one of our services to learn more about your walk with God, and how the community at Robinson Church can help us both know and serve God in the world around us.
Our Concert Venue
We provide a relaxed venue where the public can enjoy an evening of exceptional talent. The focus for the next twelve months is on local artists. Our music venue has been hailed by every single performer that has played here as having terrific acoustics! We've made investments in sound and light systems to ensure everyone that attends our concerts hears and sees the performances clearly. Please join us for an evening of entertainment by local and nationally-known entertainers. We are accessible to all.
Concert Events and Tickets
Christmas Cookie & Craft Sale - Saturday, December 14
Saturday, December 14th, 9:00 AM until they are gone!
Join us for a large selection of homemade cookies and crafts!
Cookies are $8 per pound.
Old CGH volunteer smocks find new purpose in Uganda
More than two years ago, Volunteer Services Director Kristin Bruce had more than 300 volunteer smocks embellished with the Community General Hospital logo that needed a new purpose. These smocks were replaced by the navy Upstate University Hospital volunteer vests in 2011, and as a result Kirstin worked to re-purpose the items.
Community Campus volunteers Dick and Barb Bratt had suggested that a portion of the unused smocks be donated to Robinson Presbyterian Church USA. There, a missionary group was working to collect clothing items for people in need living in Uganda. The decision to re-purpose these smocks was made more than a year ago, and in October, an email was sent to the Bratts with an update. The message from Ngamije M. Faishal of Kasese, Uganda, thanked the donors for their generous contributions. In addition, the email also shared photos of the smocks being used in Uganda as goods were being distributed to dozens of men, women and children.
- See more at: http://upstateonline.info/static/Oct31-Nov72013/blog/story-2/index.html#sthash.BE9n4VSC.O5km4nIS.dpuf
Two Tons of Donations Headed for Uganda