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Office News

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Ellen will be on vacation July 3rd-July 18th. There will be someone in the office on July 8th & July 15th to answer the phones. If you have an emergency, please contact Suzi O’Brien at 518-370-5801 (h) or 518-369-5704 (c) or email her at suzinuke@gmail.com. If you have a non-emergency need, please contact Rick Wallace […]

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Church Office News

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Ellen will be on vacation July 3rd-July 18th. There will be someone in the office on July 8th & July 15th to answer the phones. If you have an emergency, please contact Suzi O’Brien at 518-370-5801 (h) or 518-369-5704 (c) or email her at suzinuke@gmail.com. If you have a non-emergency need, please contact Rick Wallace […]

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2021 Flea Market Update

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The consistory voted to go forward with our annual Flea Market on September 25th. We still need folks to help with parking and 1 or 2 people to be on hand during the event to help with any emergent issues. If you can help in these (or any other) areas, please contact Ellen at office@niskayunareformed.org Contracts […]

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Office News

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Ellen will be on vacation July 3rd-July 18th.  There will be someone in the office on July 8th & July 15th to answer the phones.  If you have an emergency, please contact Suzi O’Brien at 518-370-5801 (h) or 518-369-5704 (cell) or email her at suzinuke@gmail.com.  If you have a non-emergency need, please contact Rick Wallace […]

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Rotary Golf Outing at Mill Road Acres, Latham, NY

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Dug Jackson, Jeff Rivenburg, Ron Valenti, and John Moak represented Niskayuna Reformed Church yesterday, June 18 at this event held to raise donations for ShelterBoxUSA.org. Shelter boxes provide lifesaving shelter and supplies to people around the world displaced from their homes due to disaster or conflict. Jack Faddegon leads this effort as a Rotary Club […]

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Worship Guidelines Update

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On June 15th Governor Cuomo announced that New York State reached the 70% vaccination rate.  Effective immediately, NYS mandated COVID restrictions are lifted across commercial and social settings. These include: -social gathering limits -capacity restrictions -social distancing -health screening -cleaning and disinfecting protocols -contact information tracing As there was no mention of updating masking for […]

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Small Groups Meeting

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There is still time to sign up!!!  In case you missed it, an email was sent out regarding small groups sessions meeting on Sunday, May 23rd at 11am or a ZOOM session on Monday, May 24th at 5:30 (with a possible 3rd date on Thursday, May 27th, if needed). Please consider attending as the data […]

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2021 Women's Retreat

Last Chance to Register for 2021 Women’s Retreat!

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The time is NOW to register for the 2021 Niskayuna Reformed Church Women’s (Virtual) Retreat!  Please join us for a short get-away to enjoy some of the springtime wonders of God’s World! Theme:  Living in God’s Garden When:  Saturday, April 24, 2021  from 10:00 am until about noon Location:  Zoom!!  (Log-in details will be provided […]

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2021 Women's Retreat

2021 NRC Women’s Retreat Coming Soon!

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Time is getting short to register for the 2021 Niskayuna Reformed Church Women’s (Virtual) Retreat!  Please join us for a short get-away to enjoy some of the springtime wonders of God’s World! Theme:  Living in God’s Garden When:  Saturday, April 24, 2021  from 10:00 am until about noon Location:  Zoom!!  (Log-in details will be provided […]

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Help Needed on the Stream Team

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Now that we are easing back into in-person services, Niskayuna Reformed Church will be resuming live streaming our Sunday services on YouTube. You may have seen (or sometimes heard) our stream team up in the balcony running the camera and the sound system. We will admit to not always being (technically) perfect, but we do […]

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