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After 101 Years Ministry Still Going Strong

Pastor Ned LaMarti
     In the autumn of 1901, 101 years ago, Woodside Methodist Episcopal Church dedicated their new church building across from beautiful Cazenovia Park on Red Jacket Road and Abbott Road in South Buffalo. The iconic Red Door Church was designed by M. Harris and built for $30,000. Started in 1873 it is the oldest church in South Buffalo moved from Seneca Street to Abbott Road. http://bit.ly/SQ00ex
     Once again, Pastor Ned LaMarti, a native of South Buffalo, is making a renewed commitment to this 101 year old structure and South Buffalo. “This building has been and will continue to be an icon of God's continued love and service to South Buffalo’s residents.” Said Pastor LaMarti, “For over a century the church was a hub of social and spiritual activity, we are excited about Living Stone Fellowship’s current success and hoping for a bright future.

On October 14, 2012 at 11 am, 675 Abbott Road, South Buffalo, Comptroller Mark JF Schroeder will be on hand to speak of the history of the century old the Woodside Methodist Church and will officiate the rededication of the building as Living Stone Fellowship.
     The church offers: Caz Cavern, “open mic” at 7 p.m. on Thursday; Bible Chat at 7 p.m. on Wednesday; Christo's Cafe, “worship service and fellowship!” at 7 p.m. on Friday; and Sunday Worship Service at 11 a.m. on Sunday.

Living Stones motto is “be yourself, baggage included!”