As per the order of the Bishop of the Diocese of New York, we are suspending all public worship until May 17th.
We will be broadcasting Sunday services on YouTube. The channel is SASLEC beacon:
Agape Ball 2020 - NEW DATE
Saturday, September 12, 2020 beginning at
6 pm The Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel
Black Tie Event featuring DJ Dancing, Dinner Banquet, Open Bar. $150/person
MC is Tom Furci, radio personality on WHUD
Benefits - Episcopal Charities of New York
For more information or for tickets, please click the Gala button below
8:30 am Christian Formation for Adults
9:30 am Holy Eucharist Service with
Sunday School for Children
during first par of service
11:15 am Christian Formation for Adults
(1st Sunday of the month)
Please see our Newsletter for any changes, additions
WORSHIP SUSPENDED UNTIL MAY 17th.
Lenten Study on Death and Dying
POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE
ALL ARE WELCOME
Whoever you are and wherever you may be on your journey of faith, you are welcome at Church of the Resurrection. If you are searching for God or a deeper knowledge of God, you are welcome to search with us. If you are looking for a church family, you are welcome into our family as our brother or sister in Christ.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
We are a welcoming, loving, diverse parish with inspirational worship, who pray and work together to do what we understand God is calling us to accomplish in Hopewell Junction and beyond.
We hope you'll visit us soon and experience our joy and love of God!
Through our prayer and worship, we express our joy and praise of God. Our principal work is the work of prayer. We meet each Sunday to praise and thank God and to pray together for the church, the local community and the world. Our music is one way we express our joy. Our music is both traditional and praise music, but all for the worship of God.
We welcome ALL. We strive to be a
non-judgmental, inviting, friendly, and loving parish family.
We are inspirational in our worship. We express our joy and praise of God in our music and liturgy.
We engage in Christian education, young and old, as we are formed and grow as Christians – engaging, compassionate, hard-working. We try to live a transformed life.
We invest our time and talents to care for one another and those in need and be a positive force in our community.
Learn more about the Episcopal Church from our Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry, as he talks about "The Jesus Movement"