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The Regional Synod of New York includes classes and congregations that are urban, suburban, and rural; large, medium, and small; black, white, Asian, Hispanic, and multiracial; progressive, moderate, and conservative—as well as those that don’t comfortably wear such labels. United in and through Jesus’s saving love, we rejoice in the diversity of our family of faith and we delight in the inclusive message of the Gospel. We honor Scripture as authoritative and divinely inspired, even as we recognize that we may have differences in faithful interpretation. Recognizing that our love is our response to God’s love and our grace a reflection of God’s grace, we welcome all.


A Reflection: God Is Doing a New Thing –  Vivian Campbell, Seminarian (RSNY Intern)

The word "community" is commonly known for people sharing something in common. The church community is a place where people gather to share the Gospel for the purpose of learning of God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. As the community, we recognize a connection as one to the body of Christ. The saints' gathering is to come together to worship God, interact with one another concerning our shared convictions, baptism, and partake in communion. When the community draws together, there

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From the Executive Minister's Desk

Come Away with Me to A Quiet Place…

Ministry on any level can be both challenging and stressful, especially during this season of Covid-19 which has placed unexpected challenges on our plates. While we may have developed the ability to deal with the many disasters facing us today like earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, and other natural disasters. Or even the stress of racial unrest and hate crimes, the emotional stress of lost, whether the lost of loved ones, friends, members of our congregation, jobs or our economic status can

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