“That a church may meet here where the weary and heavy laden shall find inner peace that the world can neither give nor take away … We break this ground today.”
Members of North Fork United Methodist Church said these words Monday evening during a groundbreaking ceremony for the new centrally located church building. READ
Back in 2009 I wrote a piece for this column about our Lenten ecumenical activities that was entitled “Praying Together and Where It May Lead.” READ
Hi, my name is Patti Homan. I am the music director for Sacred Heart Parish in Cutchogue but our predominant masses are here in Our Lady Of Good Counsel Church in Mattituck. READ
Even the most devote Christians lead busy lives.
The Rev. Roger Joslin and the Rev. Gerardo Romo of North Fork Episcopal Ministries understand. They brought the service to the people on Love Lane this Ash Wednesday morning. READ
The Oysterponds Historical Society and the Orient Association were left in the lurch in August when the members of Orient United Methodist Church chose another buyer. READ
Sixteen years after breaking ground on a new church, the congregation of First Baptist Church of Cutchogue is still working to complete the structure. READ
First Universalist Church of Southold, or the “Church on the Bend,” is taking steps to rebuild after a devastating 2015 fire. READ
Saint Agnes R.C. Church in Greenport has scheduled an interfaith prayer service for the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.
My name is Ann Welcome and I’m a piano teacher in my home in Cutchogue and also the music director for the Mattituck Presbyterian Church. READ
The Oysterponds Historical Society and the Orient Association have been left in the lurch after the owners of Orient United Methodist Church decided to go with another buyer.
The landmarked 1836 building will be sold to John Wesley Village LLC, based in Riverhead.