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April 2022 Update

We are currently fully open for in person services at our Church and we would love to have you in worship with us. We invite you to join us online or in-person! Covid-19 cases are on the rise again, so we’re kindly asking all in person worshipers to wear your mask for the duration of the services.

Our Virtual Space

In Person

Pathfinders’ ZOOM ROOM

Available Virtually

Sabbath School weekly review of this week’s lessons of the Second quarter our Quarterly.
TIME: 12:30 PM    |   Biweekly
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DIAL IN:    |    646-558-8656

AYS ZOOM ROOM

Available Virtually

Adventist Youth Society of Community worship Center. All are welcome to join us.
TIME: 5:00PM
ID: 537 319 7927    |     CODE: cwcsda
DIAL IN:    |    646-558-8656

Mid Week ZOOM ROOM

Available Virtually

Wednesday evening mid-week prayer meeting with Bible studies.
TIME: 7:00PM    |   Wednesdays
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DIAL IN:    |    646-558-8656

Sabbath School - 10am-10:45

In Person Service

The English word Genesis is derived from the Greek genesis, which means “beginning,” itself derived from the Hebrew bere’shit, “in the beginning” — the first word of the book (hence, the first word of the entire Bible!). Genesis gives us the foundation, the base, upon which all the following Scriptures rest. Because it is first, and so foundational to all that comes after, Genesis is probably the most quoted or referred to book in the rest of the Scriptures.

Midday Service - 11am est.

In Person Service

The English word Genesis is derived from the Greek genesis, which means “beginning,” itself derived from the Hebrew bere’shit, “in the beginning” — the first word of the book (hence, the first word of the entire Bible!). Genesis gives us the foundation, the base, upon which all the following Scriptures rest. Because it is first, and so foundational to all that comes after, Genesis is probably the most quoted or referred to book in the rest of the Scriptures.

AYS - 5pm est.

In Person Service

The English word Genesis is derived from the Greek genesis, which means “beginning,” itself derived from the Hebrew bere’shit, “in the beginning” — the first word of the book (hence, the first word of the entire Bible!). Genesis gives us the foundation, the base, upon which all the following Scriptures rest. Because it is first, and so foundational to all that comes after, Genesis is probably the most quoted or referred to book in the rest of the Scriptures.