Below are some of our church’s internal and affiliated ministries. Come participate in building the Kingdom!
(Note: Some activities related to the groups/ ministries below have changed and/or been temporarily suspended due to Covid-19. Please contact us if you are interested in finding out how you can participate / serve now.)
Youth Group (for high school students) this group regularly meets (usually on Friday nights) for spiritual fellowship and fun and is involved in a variety of additional activities and events, including volunteer work and youth retreats. For information on how to be involved, contact Lisa Stubbs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mens’ Prayer Breakfast (for men 18 and up) this group meets one Saturday morning each month to share a homemade breakfast and to encourage and pray for one another. For information on how to be involved, contact George Gawronski via the church email account.
Family Night Fellowship (all welcome) is a monthly Friday night dinner gathering with the goal of bringing all ages together to eat, play games, worship, and bond as one big family in Christ. For more information, contact Valerie Gutierrez at email@example.com.
Ministries we Partner with:
Hope for the Future Ministries is a ministry the reaches out to New York City’s poor, aging, and homeless community. As a church family, we support this ministry through monthly volunteer work, prayer, and finances. For information on volunteering or giving, please contact Lisa Stubbs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feed New York is a ministry organized by Times Square Church which coordinates food distribution efforts across New York City. Our church receives a monthly food donation from Feed NY that we then package and deliver/distribute to those in need in our community. For information on volunteering, please contact Janet Colon at email@example.com.
Pilgrim Camp is a lake-side, church fellowship summer camp, located in upstate New York. Every year, many children from our church attend one of the two-week sleep-away sessions at Pilgrim Camp and many other church members volunteer as camp counselors, ministers, and staff, or visit as guests. For more information, visit the camp website: http://www.pilgrimcamp.net/.