Church/Spiritual 02.07.19

Paint ‘N Sip at Hope Lutheran

On Saturday, February 9th, there will be a Paint ‘n Sip event beginning at 7pm at Hope Lutheran Church, 470 Winter Street Extension (Former St. Timothy’s), North Greenbush.

Amy DeWeerd, local author and children’s book illustrator will conduct the evening’s activities. The program is free, and all supplies will be provided. Ms. DeWeerd has written and illustrated two children’s books, “How a Mother Loves,” and “Scooter & Sophie”, both books featured animals from Kinderhook Farms in Columbia County. Light refreshments will be served. Seating is limited, register early by calling (518) 283-1372 and leave a message with your name and the number attending.

 

Church of The Redeemer

On Sunday, February 10, Father Haskell will conduct services at 8:00 and 9:30. Services will be followed by coffee hour in the Hearth Room.

CRAFTING is scheduled for Wednesday at 10:00. In the event of weather conditions, crafting may be suspended. Watch for school closings or delays to guide you. If all is well, join us to share your talents and/or learn something new.

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.

 

Evolution and Creation – An Open Discussion

Mens’ Breakfast, Saturday February 9th (8am–9:30am). Hoosick Falls Community Alliance Church (HFCAC), 484 Hill Rd, Hoosick Falls.

HELP US FIGURE OUT whether….. Based on the scientific evidence, is it more logical, rational and reasonable to believe that man is a spontaneous accident derived from blue-green algae? Or, based on that same scientific evidence, does it make more sense that you are a unique creation of a supernatural source? If available, please bring your old school textbook depicting toolmaking cavemen and or identifying the location of Mr. Lyell’s Geological Column. We will skim through some basic truths found in: Thermodynamics, the fossil record, Biogenesis, Genesis, Darwin’s Origin of Species, and “common sense.” Additionally, if you have any trilobites, transitional fossils or dinosaur bones (or are just plain “curious”), please come for the fellowship and fun. Every “2nd Saturday” at HFCAC – to enjoy (occasionally) non-controversial topics as above. For further info: Jim S. at stacylawconsulting@gmail. com or (518) 281-3228.

 

February events for First UM Church

February 2019 Events for First United Methodist Church, 1 Gilligan Road, East Greenbush (518-477-9693).

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.

TUESDAYS – Book Study Group meets at 9:30 AM.

WEDNESDAYS – Roosters (Men’s group) Breakfast Meeting – Call 518-477-9693, press 5 to leave voicemail.

February 22, 7:00 PM, Friday Night Alive (Youth-led Contemporary Worship) in the Sanctuary; followed by UMYF Game Night at 7:30pm.

February 27th, 7:00, ACTIVE SHOOTER AWARENESS TRAINING.

Does life seem precarious and less predictably safe?  Churches and schools, thought to be safe “sanctuaries”, are becoming scenes of shooter violence.  To address the issue of active shooters in churches, an Active Shooter Awareness Training will be held on Wednesday evening, 7:00 pm -8:30 pm. Deputy James Phelps of the Rensselaer County Sherriff’s Department will lead a training and discussion about active shooter awareness and safety plans.  Adults and teens accompanied by their parent(s) are invited to attend.

 

Interfaith Service rescheduled

Due to the inclement weather on January 20th, TAUM’s Interfaith Worship service in observation of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday was rescheduled to Sunday, February 10th.  The rescheduled service will take place at 4:00 pm at Bethel Baptist Church, 2165 Fifth Avenue, Troy NY.  Rev. George William Whitfield of Fifth Avenue AME Zion Church will be preaching.  An offering will be received to benefit the Ronald J. Dukes Memorial MLK Scholarship Program.

Reception to follow. For further info., (518) 274-5920 www.taum.org.

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