THE COMMUNITY CHURCH OF HIGH FALLS
Our Sunday School children meet to learn the important parts of life and faith and are included in the life and fiber of the church in many ways. The Sunday school classes are currently using a David C. Cook Bible-in-Life series. Each week the children learn about the scriptures and how they relate to their lives today. The Sunday School children are currently collecting clean, returnable bottles and cans to raise money for Heifer International. We would enjoy having more students join us…Sunday School is held every Sunday from mid-September until mid-June at 9:30 with classes for all ages If you would like more information, please speak with Gail (687-4122).
See photos from the 2012 Children's Pagaent and from 2011 Christmas Pagaent
A Communicant's Class might look at the Reformed Church...her history, government, basic beliefs such as baptism and communion, along with our Creeds and Standards. Adults are welcome to come sit in and audit this class. Note: A Communicant Class is not currently meeting but if anyone has an interest in learning more about the Reformed Church in America...please contact Pastor Aaron or a member of consistory.
As an offshoot of the upper Sunday School class, Gail and Paul Wikane have begun a Youth Group. The group will meet two times a month; on the first and third Fridays of the month. For more information, please speak with Gail or Paul (687-4122). At Christmas Bazaar Youth Group Game Day T-Shirts Youth Group selling hotdogs and chips at the Pet Fair
The Guild of the Community Church of High Falls is open to all women of the church. The purpose of this group is to unite the women of the church, to deepen the spiritual life of individuals, to stress our responsibility toward the mission of the church through programs of Prayer, Education, Giving, and Service. Funds are secured through fund raising programs, mainly through the annual Christmas Bazaar held in November of each year. The Guild provides refreshments for quarterly luncheons and for special occasions and maintains kitchen equipment. The Guild has two current mission project; with the help of the congregation, the Guild provides items for hygiene kits which the Church World Service sends out all over the world to areas that have been hit by natural disasters, violence or poverty. The Guild also maintains the Brandon Wolfe Scholarship Fund.
All women of the church are welcome to attend meetings and join in Guild activities....the Guild generally meets on the 3rd Sunday of the month following the Sunday Worship service.
There's always room and a hearty welcome in the CCHF Choir for interested singers and those who have the musical gift of playing instruments. Each Sunday, we tune up and rehearse before the service and then, practice new music and polish up previous anthems for about an hour after the 9:30 service. Our organist/music director is Aurora Northland.
If you wish to request prayers for someone or for any special need please contact Pastor Aaron (845-594-2214) and Peggy (845-687-9443) or Ann (845-687-2177).