From Trouble To Hope

Those worshipping in person should bring and wear a mask during the service. Masks will be available if you do not have one when you arrive. Windows and doors will also remain open during the services for additional air circulation, and ice water will be available.

Sunday, June 12 at 11 am | Bulletin

“Thus while hate cannot be terminated, it can be transformed into a love that lets us live.” Amanda Gorman, ‘Hymn for the Hurting’

This Sunday we are hosting the New York Conference Peace with Justice Sunday Worship at our 11:00 am service. This is a joint event led by the New York Conference Board of Church and Society, along with participants from Justice for our Neighbors, the NY State Poor People’s Campaign, MIND, the NYAC Asian Council, and several churches across our Conference. We will welcome visitors from across the conference, either in person or online.

Our preacher this week is Rev. E. West McNeil, co-chair of the New York State Poor People’s Campaign and Executive Director of the Labor-Religion Coalition. We will be reflecting on the work of justice and how it moves us from trouble to hope in these difficult times.

See you Sunday,