Craft Sale At Church of the Redeemer
RENSSELAER – On Saturday, November 13 from 10-2, Hot Mess Crafters is holding a craft sale in the Hearth Room where you may purchase handmade gifts for yourself and your loved ones.
Sunday service on November 14 is at 9:00 with coffee hour following. We continue to are collect non-perishable food items. You may bring donations whenever the Church or Thrift Shop is open.
At 9 am on Sunday, November 21, we will host an ecumenical Thanksgiving service for all the people in our community followed by a special coffee hour.
Bible Study is on Wednesday at 4:00 in the Hearth Room.
Thrift Shop is open every Thursday in November (except Thanksgiving) from 3-6, and on Saturday, November 20 from 9-2. The Church of the Redeemer is an Episcopal church located on CDTA bus route #214 at the corner of Third and Catherine Streets. There is handicap parking, a ramp in front, and a parking lot in the rear.
Fr. Robert Haskell may be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Seeds and Fruits of Interfaith Work Under the Tent of Abraham, Sarah and Hagar Zoom story circle
CAPITAL DISTRICT – The Interfaith Story Circle of the Tri-City Area (IFSC) announces its November 2021 program on Thursday, November 18 from 7:00 to 8:45 pm via Zoom. The Tent of Abraham program was initiated in 2006 to celebrate the confluence of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim holy days that year and continues fifteen years later as a way to build interfaith bridges in the Capital Region. Rabbi Arthur Waskow, along with his life-partner, Rabbi Phyllis Berman of the Jewish faith, Father Chris DeGiovine of the Catholic faith and Dr. Mussarat Chaudhry of the Muslim faith will share stories of the seeds and fruits of their interfaith work. The Circle is free and open to the public.
For more information or to register and receive a Zoom link to join the Circle email email@example.com before 11 am on Thursday, November 18, the day of the program. The link will be emailed to you at 12 noon that day.
Nassau Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
NASSAU – The community of Nassau and beyond is invited to an Interfaith Thanksgiving Service to be held at Nassau Reformed Church, 43 Church St., Nassau on Sunday, November 21 at 7 p.m. Participating Churches include Ansari QRT International Sufi Order, Grace United Methodist Church, Hudson Valley-Berkshires Interfaith Community, Nassau Reformed Church, Nassau Synagogue & Jewish Community Center, and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church. Mr. David Fleming, Supervisor, Town of Nassau and Mayor Robert Valenti, Village of Nassau, will be reading Proclamations of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving hymns and a combined choir singing “God of Our Fathers” will add to our Praising God. There will be an opportunity to leave an offering for the benefit of the Nassau Resource Center. Light refreshments and fellowship will follow.
Cancer Support Group
BRUNSWICK – There are very few of us who have not been affected by cancer, either as a patient, family member, or friend. If you are dealing with the stress of this disease for whatever reason, talking with others in similar circumstances can be very beneficial. A warm invitation is extended to attend a Zoom cancer support group, led once a month (the third Monday) by retired pastor Ted Wright, he himself a cancer patient. If you have any questions or would like the zoom link, please contact Ted at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a ministry in conjunction with Brunswick Church at 42 White Church Lane (just off Rt. 351). Our worship services are Sundays at 9:30 AM and all are welcome. Church participation is not required to have cancer support.