AB Women With a Mission
Fellowship Through Walking
DivorceCare is a divorce recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of separation and divorce. $15 registration includes workbook. Scholarships available.
DivorceCare for Kids is a divorce recovery support group to help your children, 5-12 years of age, heal from the pain caused by a separation or divorce. DivorceCare and DivorceCare for Kids meet Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. $15 registration includes workbook. Scholarships available. Sundays (beginning 3/10/13), 6-8 pm. For more information, please call the church office, 371-6023.
Prayer is an important part of our ministries at Clifton Park Center
Baptist Church. Our prayer groups come together to lift up to the
Lord in prayer the needs of families, friends, church and the
world. You are invited to join us in seeking Gods will.
Jesus said, Ask and it will be given to you; seek, and you will
find; knock, and it will be opened to you.
Matthew 7:7 (NIV).
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for Adult Men and Boys (9th Grade and up) will meet on the first
Saturday each month at 7:30 a.m. at
the Halfmoon Diner, 231 Grooms Road at Rt. 9, in Halfmoon.
All men and high school age young men are encouraged to attend.
Carpenters Apprentice A CPCBC Mens Ministry Team. Elder and
physically challenged congregants living in their own residences
have a continuing need for minor maintenance and small repairs to
their property. Some have limited ability and funds for these needs.
As a way of supporting one another in love, teams of men will
respond to these needs following the mens breakfast on the first
Saturday of each month. Funding is provided by the Board of Deacons
through the Fellowship Fund.
September of 2005 twelve local men traveled to Wiggins, Mississippi
with chainsaws to help clear downed trees from residences. In 2006
flood clean up teams went to
and to Pathfinder Camp in Cooperstown, NY. Our Carpenters
Apprentice Ministry team responds to local needs such as flooded
basements. We continue to explore other possibilities for disaster
relief, often in cooperation with American Baptist Men of New York
State and the disaster relief trailer we helped construct.
American Baptist Men of New York State
The mission of American Baptist Men of New York State is to bring
men into a vital relationship with Jesus Christ; to encourage men to
practice their ministry at home, at work and in their community; and
to strengthen the spiritual life of men through shared fellowship,
caring study, and prayer.
work together to design service programs and projects that utilize
mens gifts in ministry; encourage men to join in unison with their
pastors and/or area church leadership in shared ministry; develop
basic skills which men can use in their ministries; and help clarify
mens role and identity in todays world. For more information
about ABMen of NYS, visit
it is by grace you have been saved, through faithand this not from
yourselves, it is the gift of Godnot by works, so that no one can
boast. For we are Gods workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do
good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. Ephesians 2:8-10 (NIV).
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AB Women With a Mission
This group is a member of American Baptist
Women of New York State. We meet at 10:00 a.m. on the 2nd Wednesday
of each month from September – June. A variety of guest speakers
and our devotions time inspire us to spiritual growth and acts of
love in Christ’s name. Our main emphasis is on missions. We work
together on service projects, and share wonderful fellowship time.
All women are invited to attend and new members are always welcome.
Childcare is provided. See Events
for upcoming special programs.
Our second floor lobrary, as well as bookshelves in the rear of the sancturay, offer many options for Christian living, Christian fiction, and other topical issues related to Christianity. This Library is a wonderful Christian
Resource for our church and members of the community. In addition
to books on a wide range of topics, we will offer reference books,
videos, music CDs, DVDs and tapes of our weekly sermons.
For more information, contact Lois Linster, Librarian.
a group of women who meet in the Fellowship Hall each Wednesday at
9:30 AM, from September June, to quilt, sew, knit or complete
favorite craft projects. We sew several quilts for charity and
enjoy this time of fellowship, sharing skills and ideas, and
speaking freely about experiencing God in our lives. You dont need
to be an expert. Bring your lunch and join us.
work unto the Lord and your thoughts will be established.
Gardeners come together to beautify our church property. Our goal is
to create gardens that will be color coordinated and bloom
throughout the spring and summer seasons. We are learning which
plants perform the best in the soil and in drought conditions. We
invite anyone who enjoys working with plants and loves to play in
the dirt to join us---the fellowship is really great.
Fellowship Through Walking (FTW) - Thursdays, 7:00 PM,
Our Third annual "Fitness for the Fun of It"
will begin mid May every year. We will meet each week on Thursdays at
7:00 PM on the church grounds. This is a controlled walking program
suited to each person's ability. We will not be competing with each
other. Beginners are welcome and it will become easier as you walk
toward your goal. Come fellowship with us and get fit. Anyone of any
age who is interested is welcome. If you would like to become a
runner, we can work on that as well. Any questions? Call the church
office at 371-6023, or send an e-mail,
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