Recent blog post

April 24, 2015
by John Compton

Re-Understood Words

It used to mean a pungent smell, and a bitter taste, and great confusion about adulthood. Now it is the smell to start the day, the taste that brings energy, and the way of life. I’m talking, of course, about coffee. In my childhood I didn’t understand it at all, and then, thanks to a certain college roommate, slowly, over time, it became a staple of my life... (read more)

crop walk may 3rd

Walk with us and/or donate to support the Church World Service and Schenectady Inner City Mission on a CROP Walk to end hunger at home and abroad.  25% of collected funds stay local, and the rest help to fight hunger worldwide. For more information on how to walk or donate please visit the following link:

monthly minstry partner

Our ministry partner of the month is The TenClay family serving in Naples, Italy. A family serving through the RCA to care for and serve the needs of over 500,000 migrants in the area, most of whom are from Africa and the Middle East.


In the month of May we will be collecting items for the SICM food pantry. Items that can be donated:

  • Nonperishable food, especially canned vegetables and fruits
  • Dry-goods, cereal and oatmeal
  • Hygiene products, bars of soap and feminine products

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