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2014 Annual Autumn Church Hike

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We had one of our largest groups for the annual autumn hike this year up Breakneck Ridge in New York.  We even had some people join us from as far away as Rhode Island and Minnesota!  The week brought some mixed weather, but our hike day stayed dry.  The dramatic…

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Ebenezer Celebration

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“Then Samuel took a stone, and set it between Mizpeh and Shen, and called the name of it Eben-ezer, saying, Hitherto hath the LORD helped us.” — I Samuel 7:12 Ebenezer literally means “Stone of Help.”  God has helped us in countless ways since our humble beginnings 17 years ago….

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Now Meeting In Our New Building

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We rejoiced yesterday to meet in our new building, located at 711 Redding Road (Route 53).  After many months of delays we were finally granted a certificate of occupancy, allowing us to enjoy the beautiful new building God provided for us.  Below are a few photos from yesterday.

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Still Without Power

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Our church building is still without power in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.  No power means no lights, no heat, and no water.  So, we met in the home of one of our members where we squeezed into the family room for the services.  We enjoyed lunch together after the…

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Church Hike 2012

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This past Saturday, the church embarked on its 3rd annual autumn hike.  This year’s group was a bit smaller than that of previous years, but we enjoyed glorious weather and great fellowship. Eight of us braved the steeps of Breakneck Ridge overlooking the Hudson River, Pollepel Island, and West Point…

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Labor Day’s Labor Day Video

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As mentioned in our previous post, several members of our church gathered to work on what will be the main portion of the front lawn at our new building.  The day involved lots of hard work, but we still found time for some food, fun, and fellowship.  Here’s a 2-minute video…

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We Put The “Labor” In Labor Day

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For the past several years, our church has taken advantage of the Labor Day holiday (and coincidental glorious weather) to get together for games, fellowship, and food.  This year with the upcoming completion of our new church building, however, we decided to turn the moniker of this national holiday into…

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Many have travel plans for the
Independence Day holiday, so our
midweek service will be
on Tuesday, July 2nd at 7pm
instead of on Wednesday.
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