Because He is We are...
"Yesterday, Today and Forever"
The First Congregational Church of Bay Shore was established in 1853. The present sanctuary was built in 1891 by ship's carpenters and is listed in the National Register of Historical Places. You can expect a warm welcome at 10:00 am Sunday worship services. Holy communion is celebrated on the first Sunday each month, and is open to everyone. After services, all are invited to coffee hour, an opportunity for fellowship.
Our beautiful sanctuary features dramatic, inverted crossed hulls of ships, 29 breathtaking stained glass windows, and a 113-year old Orman Organ. The sanctuary is frequently adorned with colors that represent the seasons of the Christian calendar. Sunday School begins at 10:30 am and is open to children from pre-K through the 12th grade.
Lent is a time to grow closer to Jesus. Please join us in ecumenical worship at the First Baptist Church of Bay Shore. A light dinner will be served at 7:15 pm; worship begins at 8:00 pm. All are welcome!
Brunch and Bible will meet during Lent, March 16th – April 14th.
Lent is a time to grow closer to Jesus. Please join us in ecumenical worship at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church. A light dinner will be served at 7:15 pm; worship begins at 8:00 pm. All are welcome!
Brunch and Bible will meet during Lent, March 16th – April 14th. This study will comfort and challenge as we approach beloved stories of Jesus from fresh perspectives. RSVP to (631) 665-0091 or email@example.com.
Lent is a time of year that all Christians pause to reflect on the goodness of our Lord. The sacrifice He endured, the suffering and death He took on for us; and the ultimate victory he empowers us with.
As we begin the season of Lent, please be a part of Wednesday’s Service at 7:30 pm, "Why Grace.” Our season of Lent will include many opportunities for all of us to gather in prayer and study.
Today we read Luke's continual account of the Sermon on the Mount. This is Jesus's main sermon he preached where He truly laid out His views on how we should live. Now...remember these are not a new set of laws, it is the recipe to live a life of Grace.