Mt Sinai Congregational Church, UCC
233 North Country Rd., Mt Sinai NY 11766
631 473 1582
We are a congregation committed to justice. All are welcome into our full life and ministry regardless of age, race, abilities, economic or marital status, gender, sexual orientation, or gender identification.
We are a church that is open and affirming of all people, as we are each made in the image of God,
Worship 8:30 am
The Early Service is a Meditative Communion service. Worship begins with prayer and then periods of silence . You will be led in prayer, scripture will be read, a homily offered and then we share Communion around the table.
Worship at 10:00 am
This is a traditional service. We sing hymns, have group prayers, and follow the church year. Communion is held on the first Sunday of every month. After the service, we share a coffee hour together. A staffed nursery is open during the service, though children are also welcome to stay with their parents.
Our Welcome Service on the last Sunday of the month has been designed to intentionally include persons of differing abilities from local group homes. This service grew out of the desire to have a safe place for everyone to worship together. After the service all are invited to stay for light refreshments.
The Missions Ministry Board welcomes, and needs, regular volunteer support from mission minded people. PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU ARE WILLING TO SIGN UP AS A “JUSTICE TEAM VOLUNTEER” WHO IS CALLED UPON WHEN NEW MISSION PROJECTS ARE PROPOSED TO US. Also feel free to bring your ideas for congregational “action” to our attention.
The Three Village Interfaith Clergy Association invites the community to a conversation on "Belief and Truth from a Multifaith Perspective: Finding Unity in Diversity"
Islamic Association of Long Island
10 Park Hill Dr., Selden, NY 11784
March 28 at 6:30 pm
click here for more information
We sometimes think that “imagination” means something escapist or illusory. Yet, imagination is not something unreal or fake. No, it is essential to God’s hope for creation. Hear how the Apostle Paul put it: “Now to him who by the power at work within us is able to accomplish abundantly far more than all we can ask or imagine….” (Ephesians 3:20-21). And God imagines a world where all are safe, all are loved, all are fed.
You see, when we use our imaginations in the way that God does, we can begin to envision – and work for! – a world where no child goes unfed, un-housed, or unloved; where no one ever fears abuse or violence; where clean water is not a dream but a reality for all; where small farmers do their work with dignity and are paid a fair wage for their labors; where agricultural practices enrich and renew the land rather than deplete it; where survivors of natural disasters have the resources they need, now and for years to come; where vulnerable immigrants are welcomed in Christ’s name.
Can YOU imagine these things? Through your gifts to One Great Hour of Sharing what we can imagine becomes ever more a reality for more and more people. Please give generously! “More Than You Can Imagine...”
One Great Hour of Sharing Offering Sunday will be March 31st. Please prayerfully consider giving to our UCC outreach ministry.