Church/Spiritual 01.03.19

Free Prayer Circle

The Power of Prayer Can Move Mountains, Work Miracles, Achieve Serenity and Give You Strength. Fr. Billy Clark, Denise Tally and Patrick Clark will guide us in prayer every fourth Sunday at 1pm. Prayer is a universal way for you to connect to your soul and communicate with a higher power. Whether you are new to the ways of prayer or perhaps you pray daily, or you might have prayed as a child but may have gradually lost the habit, or maybe you feel your prayers are never answered. This group is open to all religions & spiritual backgrounds. Join us as we explore the power of coming together to Pray for help, guidance, health, healing and answers. We gather to pray for ourselves/our loved ones/the world.

RESERVATIONS NOT REQUIRED! Information: Denise Tally: 518 339-8386.VENTURE INWARD- 568 Columbia Turnpike #16 VanDenHouten Square (back entrance) East Greenbush, visit: www.VentureInwardCenter. com



Ecumenical Epiphany Service and Concert

Come out and celebrate the end of the Christmas season with us on Sunday, January 6th, at 6:30PM for an evening of Epiphany-themed readings at the Salem United Methodist Church in West Sand Lake. Chamber groups from the Averill Park Community Orchestra will provide uplifting, seasonal music throughout the service. The concert is free, though donations are accepted. You can also stick around afterward and enjoy a spread of delicious refreshments!


First UM Church January Events

January 2019 Events for First United Methodist Church of East Greenbush, 1 Gilligan Road.

EVERY SUNDAY – Worship services at 8:30 AM in the multi-purpose room; at 9:30 AM in the sanctuary; and at 1:00 PM at Hawthorne Ridge Independent Living, 30 Community Way, East Greenbush, NY.

Sunday, January 6 (Epiphany)

2:30 PM Worship Service at Riverside Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing, 90 N. Main Street, Castleton, NY.



Church of The Redeemer

On Sunday, January 6, Father Haskell will conduct services at 8:30 and at 9:30. Services will be followed by coffee hour in the Hearth Room.

CRAFTING continues on Wednesday at 10:00. Join us as we create our way into the New Year.

Notice of the new date for BIBLE STUDY will be announced in The Advertiser.

The Annual Meeting will be on January 20 following 9:00 service.

The Church of the Redeemer is located on CDTA bus route #214 at the corner of Third and Catherine Streets. There is handicapped parking in front and a ramp to facilitate access to the building. We also have a parking lot in the rear, off Catherine Street. Our email is RedeemerRensselaer@gmail. com. Please visit our website www.RedeemerRensselaer. com. The Church phone number is 518-650-8181.



Gilead Lutheran Church Welcomes 2019!

Two thousand nineteen is the 277th year of Gilead Lutheran Church, rich in history, serving the community of Brunswick with worship and outreach. We invite you to join us as we continue our missions inside and outside the community and within our congregation; and help to keep us growing spiritually and with our outreach programs. We provide God’s message in a traditional liturgical setting, each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Gilead provides a free community dinner and food pantry, the last Thursday of the month, Story Dinners every other month with free-will donations going to local charities and other outreach programs during the year. We welcome you to know us in both settings in our 277th year and renew and refresh your heart and soul for the week. Gilead is handicapped accessible via an outside elevator.

308 Brick Church Rd. (Route 278), Troy, NY 12180


Hope Lutheran Parishioners Create Blessing Bags for Homeless

Parish nurse Liz Macri and Vicar Samantha White oversee packing of Blessing Bags with volunteers

Hope Lutheran Church provides many opportunities for outreach to the community around us. During this Christmas season, the family of Hope members joined together to create Blessing Bags for area homeless individuals. Sunday School classes decorated tote bags to be filled with toiletries, sock, hats and other useful items. A group of volunteers gathered on Wednesday afternoon to fill the bags to be blessed and given out to Sunday, December 23 worship attendees for distribution to homeless people encountered in our daily lives. This is just one of the many ways the Hope family strives to live out our Mission Statement as a community empowered by the Holy Spirit, called to bring God’s comfort, to work for God’s justice, and to share the hope and love of Jesus with all.

Located at 470 Winter Street Extension, North Greenbush, Sunday Services with Communion begin at 10 AM followed by coffee hour. Child care available. Bible Study Wednesdays at noon. Beginning the Gospel of Luke.



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