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Grace Fellowship is home to a diverse group of people, from new believers to devout Christians. 
 
We exist to bring glory to God by planting, watering, and bringing to harvest those whom He has chosen, aiding in the personal growth to maturity every believer we touch through clear, direct, biblical teaching and study, discipleship, encouragement, and friendship.
 
We strive to deliver God’s pure unblemished gospel through sound doctrine and teaching. We preach the love of Christ as demonstrated by His glorious work on the cross and how this great love still transforms lives today.
 
….
 
 
 
Grace Fellowship is a reformed,
family oriented, gospel centered church
in the heart of Port Jervis, New York
 
 
 
 

 

Join us for In Person or Virtually – Sundays at 9:30am
 
 
 
 
 
 
Summer Schedule 2021
 
 

9:30am 
Sunday Service
 
 
7:00pm 
 
 
Wednesday Night Corporate Prayer 
 
 
Sunday School pre-k through adult will resume in September
 
We offer Sunday School classes for adults and children pre-k through grade 12, every Sunday
at 9:30am. 
 
 
Children’s Church, ages
pre-k to 2nd grade are invited downstairs to attend class during the sermon time.
Nursery is offered (during both Sunday School and the worship service) for infants through 3 years old.
 
 
 
Communion is the first Sunday of every month
 
 

ABOUT US

 
Grace Fellowship is home to a diverse group of people, from new believers to devout Christians. 
 
We exist to bring glory to God by planting, watering, and bringing to harvest those whom He has chosen, aiding in the personal growth to maturity every believer we touch through clear, direct, biblical teaching and study, discipleship, encouragement, and friendship.
 
We strive to deliver God’s pure unblemished gospel through sound doctrine and teaching. We preach the love of Christ as demonstrated by His glorious work on the cross and how this great love still transforms lives today.
 
….

Sermons

 
 
Current pastors, teachers and leaders that identify with our theological positions
 

SUPPORT GRACE FELLOWSHIP

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Port Jervis, NY  12771

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Some of our influences include: Sovereign Grace, the Getty’s, Shane and Shane and others.
 
A (very) incomplete list but to give a sampling of what sort of hymns we might sing on Sunday morning,   which include a mix of  contemporary and classic hymns for young along with readings (or singing) of Psalms:
 
 
Some additional songs you might add to your personal devotions might include the following mix of old and new:                                             
Yours        
 

Words of Wonder: What Happens When We Sing?  ( From the  Desiring God 2008 National Conference(The Power of Words and the Wonder of God) by Bob Kauflin )

 
 
 World Magazine reports on the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
 

 
 
Scroll image to look at  ‘life news’ feed
Click to read more closely

Life News

 
Scroll image to look at Christianity Today news feed
Click to read more closely

World Magazine

Christian Books of Interest

The Discerning Reader

 
In the past 20 years,  more and more people describe themselves as ‘spiritual.’   How might such views or even your ‘spiritual’ views compare with a gospel centered life? 
 
In the gospel,  man can go in one step from death to life,  and yet the gospel is not the small thing that tips you into the kingdom but the large thing by which all of life is lived.   Some material to ponder:
 

 
What good news do you believe?  “What is the Gospel and What Does it look like”    DA Carson
Session 1    Mp4 (video)
Session  2   Mp4
Session 3    Mp4
Where are you?  When you feel most alone you are not alone   “A Severe Mercy” by Bruce Waltke  Lessons from the life of Jacob
A Severe Mercy”  Mp3 (audio)
How are you?  Even in laughter there is sadness and  a crushed spirit who can bear.  What to do when you are misunderstood and there is no kind word  and no one to look to for help. 
 
For a brief summary of the gospel,  also see  Quest for Joy    or   The Gospel in 6 Minutes,  both from Desiring God
 

Some thoughts on the upcoming Sight and Sound production of Samson

 
‘And every man did that which was right in their own eyes.’   So repeatedly said the book of Judges.
 
Samson.   Samson had a riddle. Samson was a riddle.   And when the Bible puts forth a riddle  we should take notice and ponder it a bit.

 

The Sight and Sound theater will be doing a production of a musical based on Samson starting next Spring (Deo Valente).   And what might we learn from the strong man of Dan?   God said he is ‘beginning’ to deliver Israel though this Samson.

In the book of Judges , Israel fell into cycles of sin, oppression,  cries for help form oppression and then a deliverance from God  and then,  it would start all over again. In this account there is no cry.   The Philistines ruled over Israel and there is no cry for help.   A lesson of grace is that in that God acted even when no one else did. 

 Yes.  Samson had a riddle. Samson was a riddle.   A life filled with problematic choices, Samson ”played with fire’,  yet in the confluence of both his bad choices and God’s sovereign Grace,  God would begin to deliver Israel though Samson and the gates of the Philistines would not stand against him.

Samson:

 

And what might we learn from Delilah?   Here she sings her song about freedom.   Which reminds us we are free, free to choose according our highest pleasure   having a broken nature her delights are wrongly placed.  A fallen broken woman in a broken world with a life characterized by bad choices,  choices that will put the glory of God on display for the world in God’s plan to ‘begin to deliver Israel.’

 

Delilah:

 

In the end of the book of Judges, the tribe Dan falls into idolatry, blinded by their idols and perhaps Samson is the poster child of that.   From God in a very real sense but numb to his idols and literally blinded by his idol , namely Delilah.   God said He would ‘begin to deliver Israel’ and yet Dan goes into idolatry. Showing that God’s deliverance is not necessarily easy or quick.

 

Samson points to a larger and decisive deliverance.  In his death Samson did more than in his life.   He points forward to the coming deliverer who will accomplish more in his sacrificial death than His life up till then.   What is stronger than a lion?   Death is.  Jesus is.  Even in death comes something sweet.  What is sweeter than honey scooped from a dead lion?  The word of God.  The promises of the gospel.  Salvation for all who believe.   Jesus delivers us from our idols of the heart,  our tendencies to want to drink the gutter water of the world instead of shelving water from God’s throne.   In his death,  Jesus gives us life.   Forgiveness and peace with God and even able to do more reconciling believers even more with his resurrected life interceding for believers before God.
 
‘And every man did that which was right in their own eyes.’   So repeatedly said the book of Judges.
“All we like sheep have gone astray,  each of us have turned to their own way but the Lord has laid the iniquity of us all on Him’  So says Isaiah.
Grace Fellowship will be collecting Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes again this year
Here are some stories from children around the world who received a box.
 

Oksana’s story from Russia

 

Ralph in the Philipines

 

The twins get presents in Panama

 

 
 
Short interview:
 

 
Longer talk:
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Noah

9 things about Noah

Some thoughts on the decline of ages in the Bible form Answers in Genesis

Some thoughts on ages after the flood

Where might an Ice Age fit in the Bible?

Where might the ice age fit in the Bible?

 
 

This year we are doing  Book 1 of the Psalms,  David’s first Psalm Book (Ps 1-41)

 
So far we covered the following:
Sept     Psalms    1-8
Oct       Psalms   8-10
Dec  1    Sunday evening  is the next service
 
Feel free to drop in any monthly evening service. 
Some articles and links below
 
http://thebluefish.org/2013/07/psalms-christian-reeves.html
 
 

This year  the subject for the monthly evening services is Psalms Book 1 ( which is Psalms 1 through 41).

Held the last Sunday of month: evening service at 6:30 pm For Nov/Dec it will be an exception and evening service will be held Dec 1.

Covered for far: 

Oct   Psalms 1-8
Nov  Psalms8-10
Dec 1 will be the next meeting
 
 

Some resources from Michael Reeves ( theological advisor to the UCCF)

 
 
 
Grace Fellowship is a reformed,
family oriented, gospel centered church
in the heart of Port Jervis, New York
 
 
 
 

 

Join us for In Person or Virtually – Sundays at 9:30am
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Copyright ©2016 Grace Fellowship. All rights Reserved.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Youtube Facebook Instagram Twitter Email
 

Grace Fellowship is soon to be handicap accessible

Aeden Roach, a young man in our congregation has recently had a serious hiking accident resulting in paralysis.  As we grieved with his family, we sensed that God was calling us to enable them to continue attending Grace.  This was our call to action to undertake the renovations necessary to make our church building handicap accessible within the next several months.  Work has begun, and we’re making excellent progress.
The expense for this project is a great challenge, but we believe God will provide the funds necessary through people like yourself.  
The total cost of the project is $85,000.  We need approximately $45,000 above that which was already given.
Would you consider contributing to this fund?
We have taken a step of faith, trusting God, knowing that this not only opens our church up to Aeden and his family, but also to our community.  Prayerfully consider supporting this project so that others may join us in corporate worship to our Lord Jesus Christ.  No matter the amount, your contribution goes a long way toward us being able to meet the financial obligations of these much needed renovations.
 

To get started, just click the link below…

 

Handicap Accessibility Giving Form

 

Thank You!

tag line

SUPPORT GRACE FELLOWSHIP

 
 
 

Sermons

 
 
Summer Schedule 2021
 
 

9:30am 
Sunday Service
 
 
7:00pm 
 
 
Wednesday Night Corporate Prayer 
 
 
Sunday School pre-k through adult will resume in September
 
We offer Sunday School classes for adults and children pre-k through grade 12, every Sunday
at 9:30am. 
 
 
Children’s Church, ages
pre-k to 2nd grade are invited downstairs to attend class during the sermon time.
Nursery is offered (during both Sunday School and the worship service) for infants through 3 years old.
 
 
 
Communion is the first Sunday of every month
 
 

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Michael and Esther Scaman ( David 25, Rachel 18 )
(845) 294- 7046    scamanmedr@frontiernet.net

Grace Fellowship

25 Sullivan Avenue

Port Jervis, NY  12771

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ABOUT US

 
Grace Fellowship is home to a diverse group of people, from new believers to devout Christians. 
 
We exist to bring glory to God by planting, watering, and bringing to harvest those whom He has chosen, aiding in the personal growth to maturity every believer we touch through clear, direct, biblical teaching and study, discipleship, encouragement, and friendship.
 
We strive to deliver God’s pure unblemished gospel through sound doctrine and teaching. We preach the love of Christ as demonstrated by His glorious work on the cross and how this great love still transforms lives today.
 
….
Some of our influences include: Sovereign Grace, the Getty’s, Shane and Shane and others.
 
A (very) incomplete list but to give a sampling of what sort of hymns we might sing on Sunday morning,   which include a mix of  contemporary and classic hymns for young along with readings (or singing) of Psalms:
 
 
Some additional songs you might add to your personal devotions might include the following mix of old and new:                                             
Yours        
 

Words of Wonder: What Happens When We Sing?  ( From the  Desiring God 2008 National Conference(The Power of Words and the Wonder of God) by Bob Kauflin )

 
 
 World Magazine reports on the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
 

 
 
Scroll image to look at  ‘life news’ feed
Click to read more closely

Life News

 
Scroll image to look at Christianity Today news feed
Click to read more closely

World Magazine

Christian Books of Interest

The Discerning Reader

 
In the past 20 years,  more and more people describe themselves as ‘spiritual.’   How might such views or even your ‘spiritual’ views compare with a gospel centered life? 
 
In the gospel,  man can go in one step from death to life,  and yet the gospel is not the small thing that tips you into the kingdom but the large thing by which all of life is lived.   Some material to ponder:
 

 
What good news do you believe?  “What is the Gospel and What Does it look like”    DA Carson
Session 1    Mp4 (video)
Session  2   Mp4
Session 3    Mp4
Where are you?  When you feel most alone you are not alone   “A Severe Mercy” by Bruce Waltke  Lessons from the life of Jacob
A Severe Mercy”  Mp3 (audio)
How are you?  Even in laughter there is sadness and  a crushed spirit who can bear.  What to do when you are misunderstood and there is no kind word  and no one to look to for help. 
 
For a brief summary of the gospel,  also see  Quest for Joy    or   The Gospel in 6 Minutes,  both from Desiring God
 

Some thoughts on the upcoming Sight and Sound production of Samson

 
‘And every man did that which was right in their own eyes.’   So repeatedly said the book of Judges.
 
Samson.   Samson had a riddle. Samson was a riddle.   And when the Bible puts forth a riddle  we should take notice and ponder it a bit.

 

The Sight and Sound theater will be doing a production of a musical based on Samson starting next Spring (Deo Valente).   And what might we learn from the strong man of Dan?   God said he is ‘beginning’ to deliver Israel though this Samson.

In the book of Judges , Israel fell into cycles of sin, oppression,  cries for help form oppression and then a deliverance from God  and then,  it would start all over again. In this account there is no cry.   The Philistines ruled over Israel and there is no cry for help.   A lesson of grace is that in that God acted even when no one else did. 

 Yes.  Samson had a riddle. Samson was a riddle.   A life filled with problematic choices, Samson ”played with fire’,  yet in the confluence of both his bad choices and God’s sovereign Grace,  God would begin to deliver Israel though Samson and the gates of the Philistines would not stand against him.

Samson:

 

And what might we learn from Delilah?   Here she sings her song about freedom.   Which reminds us we are free, free to choose according our highest pleasure   having a broken nature her delights are wrongly placed.  A fallen broken woman in a broken world with a life characterized by bad choices,  choices that will put the glory of God on display for the world in God’s plan to ‘begin to deliver Israel.’

 

Delilah:

 

In the end of the book of Judges, the tribe Dan falls into idolatry, blinded by their idols and perhaps Samson is the poster child of that.   From God in a very real sense but numb to his idols and literally blinded by his idol , namely Delilah.   God said He would ‘begin to deliver Israel’ and yet Dan goes into idolatry. Showing that God’s deliverance is not necessarily easy or quick.

 

Samson points to a larger and decisive deliverance.  In his death Samson did more than in his life.   He points forward to the coming deliverer who will accomplish more in his sacrificial death than His life up till then.   What is stronger than a lion?   Death is.  Jesus is.  Even in death comes something sweet.  What is sweeter than honey scooped from a dead lion?  The word of God.  The promises of the gospel.  Salvation for all who believe.   Jesus delivers us from our idols of the heart,  our tendencies to want to drink the gutter water of the world instead of shelving water from God’s throne.   In his death,  Jesus gives us life.   Forgiveness and peace with God and even able to do more reconciling believers even more with his resurrected life interceding for believers before God.
 
‘And every man did that which was right in their own eyes.’   So repeatedly said the book of Judges.
“All we like sheep have gone astray,  each of us have turned to their own way but the Lord has laid the iniquity of us all on Him’  So says Isaiah.
Grace Fellowship will be collecting Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes again this year
Here are some stories from children around the world who received a box.
 

Oksana’s story from Russia

 

Ralph in the Philipines

 

The twins get presents in Panama

 

 
 
Short interview:
 

 
Longer talk:
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Noah

9 things about Noah

Some thoughts on the decline of ages in the Bible form Answers in Genesis

Some thoughts on ages after the flood

Where might an Ice Age fit in the Bible?

Where might the ice age fit in the Bible?

 
 

This year we are doing  Book 1 of the Psalms,  David’s first Psalm Book (Ps 1-41)

 
So far we covered the following:
Sept     Psalms    1-8
Oct       Psalms   8-10
Dec  1    Sunday evening  is the next service
 
Feel free to drop in any monthly evening service. 
Some articles and links below
 
http://thebluefish.org/2013/07/psalms-christian-reeves.html
 
 

This year  the subject for the monthly evening services is Psalms Book 1 ( which is Psalms 1 through 41).

Held the last Sunday of month: evening service at 6:30 pm For Nov/Dec it will be an exception and evening service will be held Dec 1.

Covered for far: 

Oct   Psalms 1-8
Nov  Psalms8-10
Dec 1 will be the next meeting
 
 

Some resources from Michael Reeves ( theological advisor to the UCCF)

 
 
 
Grace Fellowship is a reformed,
family oriented, gospel centered church
in the heart of Port Jervis, New York
 
 
 
 

 

Join us for In Person or Virtually – Sundays at 9:30am
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Copyright ©2016 Grace Fellowship. All rights Reserved.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Youtube Facebook Instagram Twitter Email
 

Grace Fellowship is soon to be handicap accessible

Aeden Roach, a young man in our congregation has recently had a serious hiking accident resulting in paralysis.  As we grieved with his family, we sensed that God was calling us to enable them to continue attending Grace.  This was our call to action to undertake the renovations necessary to make our church building handicap accessible within the next several months.  Work has begun, and we’re making excellent progress.
The expense for this project is a great challenge, but we believe God will provide the funds necessary through people like yourself.  
The total cost of the project is $85,000.  We need approximately $45,000 above that which was already given.
Would you consider contributing to this fund?
We have taken a step of faith, trusting God, knowing that this not only opens our church up to Aeden and his family, but also to our community.  Prayerfully consider supporting this project so that others may join us in corporate worship to our Lord Jesus Christ.  No matter the amount, your contribution goes a long way toward us being able to meet the financial obligations of these much needed renovations.
 

To get started, just click the link below…

 

Handicap Accessibility Giving Form

 

Thank You!

tag line

SUPPORT GRACE FELLOWSHIP

 
 
 

Sermons

 
 
Summer Schedule 2021
 
 

9:30am 
Sunday Service
 
 
7:00pm 
 
 
Wednesday Night Corporate Prayer 
 
 
Sunday School pre-k through adult will resume in September
 
We offer Sunday School classes for adults and children pre-k through grade 12, every Sunday
at 9:30am. 
 
 
Children’s Church, ages
pre-k to 2nd grade are invited downstairs to attend class during the sermon time.
Nursery is offered (during both Sunday School and the worship service) for infants through 3 years old.
 
 
 
Communion is the first Sunday of every month
 
 

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Current pastors, teachers and leaders that identify with our theological positions
 

 

Michael and Esther Scaman ( David 25, Rachel 18 )
(845) 294- 7046    scamanmedr@frontiernet.net

Grace Fellowship

25 Sullivan Avenue

Port Jervis, NY  12771

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Subject

Your Message

Some of our influences include: Sovereign Grace, the Getty’s, Shane and Shane and others.
 
A (very) incomplete list but to give a sampling of what sort of hymns we might sing on Sunday morning,   which include a mix of  contemporary and classic hymns for young along with readings (or singing) of Psalms:
 
 
Some additional songs you might add to your personal devotions might include the following mix of old and new:                                             
Yours        
 

Words of Wonder: What Happens When We Sing?  ( From the  Desiring God 2008 National Conference(The Power of Words and the Wonder of God) by Bob Kauflin )

 
 
 World Magazine reports on the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
 

 
 
Scroll image to look at  ‘life news’ feed
Click to read more closely

Life News

 
Scroll image to look at Christianity Today news feed
Click to read more closely

World Magazine

Christian Books of Interest

The Discerning Reader

 
In the past 20 years,  more and more people describe themselves as ‘spiritual.’   How might such views or even your ‘spiritual’ views compare with a gospel centered life? 
 
In the gospel,  man can go in one step from death to life,  and yet the gospel is not the small thing that tips you into the kingdom but the large thing by which all of life is lived.   Some material to ponder:
 

 
What good news do you believe?  “What is the Gospel and What Does it look like”    DA Carson
Session 1    Mp4 (video)
Session  2   Mp4
Session 3    Mp4
Where are you?  When you feel most alone you are not alone   “A Severe Mercy” by Bruce Waltke  Lessons from the life of Jacob
A Severe Mercy”  Mp3 (audio)
How are you?  Even in laughter there is sadness and  a crushed spirit who can bear.  What to do when you are misunderstood and there is no kind word  and no one to look to for help. 
 
For a brief summary of the gospel,  also see  Quest for Joy    or   The Gospel in 6 Minutes,  both from Desiring God
 

Some thoughts on the upcoming Sight and Sound production of Samson

 
‘And every man did that which was right in their own eyes.’   So repeatedly said the book of Judges.
 
Samson.   Samson had a riddle. Samson was a riddle.   And when the Bible puts forth a riddle  we should take notice and ponder it a bit.

 

The Sight and Sound theater will be doing a production of a musical based on Samson starting next Spring (Deo Valente).   And what might we learn from the strong man of Dan?   God said he is ‘beginning’ to deliver Israel though this Samson.

In the book of Judges , Israel fell into cycles of sin, oppression,  cries for help form oppression and then a deliverance from God  and then,  it would start all over again. In this account there is no cry.   The Philistines ruled over Israel and there is no cry for help.   A lesson of grace is that in that God acted even when no one else did. 

 Yes.  Samson had a riddle. Samson was a riddle.   A life filled with problematic choices, Samson ”played with fire’,  yet in the confluence of both his bad choices and God’s sovereign Grace,  God would begin to deliver Israel though Samson and the gates of the Philistines would not stand against him.

Samson:

 

And what might we learn from Delilah?   Here she sings her song about freedom.   Which reminds us we are free, free to choose according our highest pleasure   having a broken nature her delights are wrongly placed.  A fallen broken woman in a broken world with a life characterized by bad choices,  choices that will put the glory of God on display for the world in God’s plan to ‘begin to deliver Israel.’

 

Delilah:

 

In the end of the book of Judges, the tribe Dan falls into idolatry, blinded by their idols and perhaps Samson is the poster child of that.   From God in a very real sense but numb to his idols and literally blinded by his idol , namely Delilah.   God said He would ‘begin to deliver Israel’ and yet Dan goes into idolatry. Showing that God’s deliverance is not necessarily easy or quick.

 

Samson points to a larger and decisive deliverance.  In his death Samson did more than in his life.   He points forward to the coming deliverer who will accomplish more in his sacrificial death than His life up till then.   What is stronger than a lion?   Death is.  Jesus is.  Even in death comes something sweet.  What is sweeter than honey scooped from a dead lion?  The word of God.  The promises of the gospel.  Salvation for all who believe.   Jesus delivers us from our idols of the heart,  our tendencies to want to drink the gutter water of the world instead of shelving water from God’s throne.   In his death,  Jesus gives us life.   Forgiveness and peace with God and even able to do more reconciling believers even more with his resurrected life interceding for believers before God.
 
‘And every man did that which was right in their own eyes.’   So repeatedly said the book of Judges.
“All we like sheep have gone astray,  each of us have turned to their own way but the Lord has laid the iniquity of us all on Him’  So says Isaiah.
Grace Fellowship will be collecting Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes again this year
Here are some stories from children around the world who received a box.
 

Oksana’s story from Russia

 

Ralph in the Philipines

 

The twins get presents in Panama

 

 
 
Short interview:
 

 
Longer talk:
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Noah

9 things about Noah

Some thoughts on the decline of ages in the Bible form Answers in Genesis

Some thoughts on ages after the flood

Where might an Ice Age fit in the Bible?

Where might the ice age fit in the Bible?

 
 

This year we are doing  Book 1 of the Psalms,  David’s first Psalm Book (Ps 1-41)

 
So far we covered the following:
Sept     Psalms    1-8
Oct       Psalms   8-10
Dec  1    Sunday evening  is the next service
 
Feel free to drop in any monthly evening service. 
Some articles and links below
 
http://thebluefish.org/2013/07/psalms-christian-reeves.html
 
 

This year  the subject for the monthly evening services is Psalms Book 1 ( which is Psalms 1 through 41).

Held the last Sunday of month: evening service at 6:30 pm For Nov/Dec it will be an exception and evening service will be held Dec 1.

Covered for far: 

Oct   Psalms 1-8
Nov  Psalms8-10
Dec 1 will be the next meeting
 
 

Some resources from Michael Reeves ( theological advisor to the UCCF)

 
 
 
Grace Fellowship is a reformed,
family oriented, gospel centered church
in the heart of Port Jervis, New York
 
 
 
 

 

Join us for In Person or Virtually – Sundays at 9:30am
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Copyright ©2016 Grace Fellowship. All rights Reserved.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Youtube Facebook Instagram Twitter Email
 

Grace Fellowship is soon to be handicap accessible

Aeden Roach, a young man in our congregation has recently had a serious hiking accident resulting in paralysis.  As we grieved with his family, we sensed that God was calling us to enable them to continue attending Grace.  This was our call to action to undertake the renovations necessary to make our church building handicap accessible within the next several months.  Work has begun, and we’re making excellent progress.
The expense for this project is a great challenge, but we believe God will provide the funds necessary through people like yourself.  
The total cost of the project is $85,000.  We need approximately $45,000 above that which was already given.
Would you consider contributing to this fund?
We have taken a step of faith, trusting God, knowing that this not only opens our church up to Aeden and his family, but also to our community.  Prayerfully consider supporting this project so that others may join us in corporate worship to our Lord Jesus Christ.  No matter the amount, your contribution goes a long way toward us being able to meet the financial obligations of these much needed renovations.
 

To get started, just click the link below…

 

Handicap Accessibility Giving Form

 

Thank You!

tag line

SUPPORT GRACE FELLOWSHIP

 
 
 

Sermons

 
 
Summer Schedule 2021
 
 

9:30am 
Sunday Service
 
 
7:00pm 
 
 
Wednesday Night Corporate Prayer 
 
 
Sunday School pre-k through adult will resume in September
 
We offer Sunday School classes for adults and children pre-k through grade 12, every Sunday
at 9:30am. 
 
 
Children’s Church, ages
pre-k to 2nd grade are invited downstairs to attend class during the sermon time.
Nursery is offered (during both Sunday School and the worship service) for infants through 3 years old.
 
 
 
Communion is the first Sunday of every month
 
 

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Current pastors, teachers and leaders that identify with our theological positions
 

 

Michael and Esther Scaman ( David 25, Rachel 18 )
(845) 294- 7046    scamanmedr@frontiernet.net

Grace Fellowship

25 Sullivan Avenue

Port Jervis, NY  12771

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