FULTON – All Saints Episcopal Church of Fulton invites the community to its open house event, taking place Saturday, June 16, from 1 – 4 p.m. at the church, 153 S. First St.
The open house marks the first public event for the church’s new priest, the Rev. Dr. Leon Mozeliak.
The open house features music on the church’s pipe organ from church organist Jeff Wise and performances from Cathy Chirello’s piano students.
There will be door prizes, a treasure hunt and a silent auction with items valued up to $200.
Church members will be available to discuss the history of the historic church’s stained-glass windows.
A barbecued pulled pork dinner will be available for $8. Baked beans, salt potatoes and a dessert accompany the sandwich.
Proceeds benefit the church’s mission in the Fulton community, which includes the free Tuesday night dinners for people in need.
Father Mozeliak joined All Saints in March. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree from Seabury-Western Theological Seminary of Evanston, Illinois.
He has served as rector of parishes in Connecticut, South Carolina and in Western and Central New York.
He has been a trustee of the Diocese of Central New York for the past six years.
He has been married to his wife, Lynn, for 40 years. They have two adult daughters and five grandchildren.