THE CHURCHES OF GOD IN

New York

THE CHURCHES OF GOD IN

New York

First called New Amsterdam by Dutch settlers, New York received its name in 1664 when the British took control of the area and named it in honor of the Duke of York. Known today as the Empire State, New York is home to the Adirondacks and the Catskills, the New York Yankees and New York Mets, two Ivy League Universities, Niagara Falls and the Church of God in numerous locations throughout the state.

New York Churches

RECENT ACTIVITIES

Beautifying Rosemary’s Playground

More than 45 Church of God volunteers joined the Partnership for Parks to beautify Rosemary’s Playground, which had not been renovated in 20 years.

Plum Point Park Beautification and Cleanup

Volunteers beautified Plum Point Park in New Windsor, refurbishing picnic tables and sign posts, brightening up the scenery for Orange County residents and families who spend time at the park.

Brooklyn Tree Stewardship

About 30 Church of God volunteers arranged a tree stewardship volunteer activity in preparation of spring. They prepared 20 trees to reach maturity.