Yes, we are open!  In-person Sunday worship begins at 10 a.m. each week, and online worship will continue indefinitely.
All Bible studies and regular groups are back in action.  We hope to see you soon!

Snow Days

When there is inclement weather, simply check our home page for updates.  If there is a state of emergency in New York or Suffolk County, all events are cancelled.  Otherwise, we will try our best to stay open!

Remembering Harriet Rofrano

Our church is already missing the presence of our beloved friend and volunteer Harriet Rofrano, who passed away on January 20 at the age of 92.  Harriet was part of our soup kitchen, Thrift Shop, United Methodist Women and Wednesday Bible study group, and a regular attendee at church.  She was a kind and loving presence and in her final days wanted us to know how much she loved her church family.  She is now with God in a place of peace and joy, reunited with loved ones and looking forward to seeing us again one day.  A Service of Remembrance was held at the church on January 27.

January News

We look back at December with a feeling of gratitude for God’s blessings.  This was truly a season of giving, with multiple drives overlapping.  Our congregation gave 77 boxes to Operation Christmas Child, had a toy drive for Lighthouse Mission (in addition to the ongoing food drive), and donated dozens of hats, mittens, gloves and scarves through the United Methodist Women.  Church attendance was healthy, even with COVID, and we counted 130 attendees between our two Christmas Eve services.  Thank you to God for watching over us and keeping us spiritually healthy!

What Does the Future Hold?

We don’t know the specifics, but God has filled us in on the general outline.  When news of the world threatens to undo us, we stand on God’s promises.  We are headed toward a time of joy and peace as God’s plan is revealed and His creation is revealed.  Because He lives, we can face tomorrow.  Because He lives, all fear is gone. Because we know He holds the future, and life is worth the living just because He lives.