We are passionate about working together to serve the needs of our community and the world. We work together as a community within the church and with members and organizations outside our church to fulfill that passion. Here is a list of the various organizations that we work with.
Albany Synod Missions: Their goal is to promote healing and nurture in classes and congregations, so that they may be empowered to live out faithful and fruitful mission in God’s world.
Camp Fowler: Its mission is to be a place where all are called to live more intentionally in community, more graciously in simplicity, and more consciously as caregivers to creation.
City Mission of Schenectady: They exist to meet the needs of the hungry and homeless in our community. They help people who are in poverty, they help people get out of poverty and they help people stay out of poverty.
Ellis Hospital Chaplains: Their mission is to provide comfort and quiet for patients and families.
Fostering Futures NY: Supporting foster families in building better futures for children and youth.
Girls Inc.: Their mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.
Habitat for Humanity: Through homeownership, they help to develop and transform communities by building affordable and sustainable homes in partnership with lower-income families.
The Community Hospice: Serves seriously ill people and their families during the process of dying and grieving. We enhance quality of life with comprehensive, compassionate services that respect the dignity of those we serve.
Northeast Parent and Child Society: Their mission is protecting children, preserving families, and strengthening the communities they serve.
SICM Food Pantry: They exist, with and for the churches, to address current issues such as food insecurity, affordable housing initiatives, health and fitness, various economic development initiatives, and collaborations.
The TenClay Family in Naples, Italy: A family serving through our denomination (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.
YWCA: They are dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.