Zebediah Berliner can “sing” entire songs without uttering a word.
He’s so good at it that next month he’ll perform two songs at a Good Friday concert at Mattituck Presbyterian Church. But instead of singing along like everyone else, Zebediah will stand at the side of the stage and sign the songs. READ
The annual Harvest Gospel Concert Series comes to the East End this weekend, bringing free music of the soul to local residents. READ
A campaign nearly five years in the making at Mattituck Presbyterian Church is approaching its goal of raising funds to build a school and church in Haiti.
I am an associate member of Mattituck Presbyterian Church (MPC) and a member of Men of the North Fork, a social and cultural group of gay men living on the North Fork.
Last March, the mainline Protestant denomination Presbyterian Church (USA) finalized changes to its definition of marriage as being between “a man and a woman” to between “two people,” essentially giving local churches across the country the opportunity to accept gay marriages within their congregations for the first time. READ
The following is The Suffolk Times’ annual listing of Christmas services and special events hosted by local churches.
Ken Robins and Rory MacNish had never seen anything like it. READ
Ten years have passed since Stephanie Jacob and Kathleen Donaldson uprooted their families from the suburbs of New Orleans to stay with family on the North Fork. READ
Tom Gahan calls everyone to attention during Saturday’s celebrations in Mattituck. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Mattituck Presbyterian Church celebrated its 300th anniversary on Saturday with a party on and around its church grounds. The bash included tours of the church and the cemetery, presentations by local dignitaries and plenty of games for children.
The event also featured live music and a farmers and artisans market.
Celebrations continue with a concert Saturday evening at the church and conclude with Sunday’s services.
Click here to find out more about the celebration.
Scroll below for more photos by Katharine Schroeder.
Face painter Susan Brewster works on Annelise Durkin, 10, of Mattituck.
Tony Raynor, 3, of Mattituck enjoying a game of hopscotch.
County lawmaker Al Krupski with one of many proclamations handed out during the event.
Old meets new as Meghan Cavanaugh of Hampton Bays takes photos at the party.