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Tri-Church Sunday School
The Tri-Church Sunday School (St. Andrew's Episcopal, New Paltz United Methodist, and Redeemer, New Paltz) meets the first and third Sundays of each month in the Community Room at Redeemer, New Paltz starting at 10:45am with icebreakers, snacks and music, followed by the Sunday School Lesson, and wrapping up by 12pm. Redeemer Lutheran Church is located at 90 Rt. 32 South, New Paltz.
Wonderful leadership for Tri-Church Sunday School includes Alex Brown as teacher. Alex has been teaching 7th grade in Montgomery for nearly twenty years. Rich Carroll and Janet Frommer will be taking turns leading music and teaching the children various church camp songs. Rich is a principal at Arlington High School and will also be taking turns leading icebreakers and get-to-know-you games. Janet Frommer is the church organist at St. Andrews in New Paltz and teaches piano locally and for Dutchess Community College.
Parish Hall available for weekly, monthly or occasional rental to non-profit organizations and individuals. Approximate space 30 x 22 feet plus kitchen. Call 845-255-5098 or email email@example.com for details.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church is called to love God and to love one another through worship, fellowship, education and outreach; and looks for opportunities to collaborate and serve throughout our community and the world. A “three-legged stool” is often used to describe the threefold sources of authority in Anglicanism - scripture, tradition and reason. We pray, we listen to each other and God, we ask all sorts of questions and don't necessarily agree on the answers, but in the process each member and the congregation as a whole expands its perspective about how God is inviting us to love and serve and strive for more healing, justice, and joy.
The Rev. Allison Moore, Ph.D. started ministry with St. Andrew’s in February, 2020. She brings experience from many years of parish ministry in the metropolitan New York City area, directing an HIV/AIDS support program, work with survivors of domestic violence and their children, and a decade of teaching philosophy, world religions, theology and ethics at Simmons College, Bergen Community College, and St. Peter’s University in Jersey City. She loves the synergy of parish ministry and college chaplaincy and social service ministry and social justice advocacy--multiple ways to serve God and grow in faith! She has two young adult daughters in college and graduate school nearby. Walking her dog, kayaking, yoga, and playing with various forms of art keep her (relatively) sane. Learn more...