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Coffee Hours

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After the consistory and the COVID safety committee have taken into consideration the historically lower attendance in January (unpredictable weather), the rapid rise in covid infections and re-infections (omicron variant), and perhaps most importantly that Scott Haefner and Linda Gardner (who have done 99.9% of the coffee hours recently) could use a break for a […]

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January Mission

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The January Mission will benefit The Joan Nicole Prince Home (JNP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides bedside care to two terminally ill individuals at the end of life, free of charge. Our Home is run independently under Schenectady Community Home Inc., we are not a medical facility, but aim to provide an alternative treatment […]

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SiCM 1st Annual Seed Share

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SiCM Urban Farms Hosts 1st Annual Seed Share with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schenectady County! It’s a fresh new year and the beginning of a new food cycle in our food system! Plan your garden and share seeds at the Schenectady Seed Share! Join SiCM, Schenectady Urban Farms, and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schenectady County for an afternoon […]

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Spice It Up

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Many clients of the Schenectady Food Pantry are excellent cooks but lack the necessary spices to create traditional meals. With the cold weather upon us, hot comfort food is in high demand.   Therefore, NRC’s mission and service committee will be collecting spices this month to supplement the pantry’s supply.  Please put any donations in the […]

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SiCM’s Annual “SouperBowl “ Fundraiser

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SiCM’s Annual “SouperBowl “  Fundraiser will be in full swing for 2022.  Our past participation has been stellar-many more meals have been available to local families due to our generosity.  Let’s continue this winning streak and win the game against hunger.  Contributions can be made via NRC PayPal or checks made out to SiCM can be mailed […]

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January Coffee Hours

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The consistory and the Covid safety committee have been discussing what coffee hour should look like in January. Taking into consideration the historically lower attendance in January (unpredictable weather), the rapid rise in covid infections and re-infections (omicron variant), and perhaps most importantly that Scott Haefner and Linda Gardner (who have done 99.9% of the […]

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Spice It Up January

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Many clients of the Schenectady Food Pantry are excellent cooks but lack the necessary spices to create traditional meals. With the cold weather upon us, hot comfort food is in high demand.   Therefore, NRC’s mission and service committee will be collecting spices this month to supplement the pantry’s supply.  Please put any donations in the […]

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Women’s Bible Study

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Chasing Vines, an in-depth women’s Bible study will begin on Tuesday, January 11. Come join us for this 6 week study by Beth Moore which explores the metaphor of the vine from John 15:5 and throughout old and new testaments.  An accompanying book and workbook are available for use with this study.  Due to the […]

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January Mission

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The January Mission will benefit The Joan Nicole Prince Home (JNP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides bedside care to two terminally ill individuals at the end of life, free of charge. Our Home is run independently under Schenectady Community Home Inc., we are not a medical facility, but aim to provide an alternative treatment […]

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Coffee Hours in January

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The consistory and the Covid safety committee have been discussing what coffee hour should look like in January. Taking into consideration the historically lower attendance in January (unpredictable weather), the rapid rise in covid infections and re-infections (omicron variant), and perhaps most importantly that Scott Haefner and Linda Gardner (who have done 99.9% of the […]

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