Church School - Sunday 9:30 AM
Divine Worship – Sunday 11:00 AM
Pastor’s Bible Study – Monday 6:00 PM
Lunch in a Word – Tuesday 12:00 PM, at the GWU the Center
Lunch in a Word - Wednesday 12:00 PM, at the University at Albany
Lunch in a Word - Thursday 12:00 PM, at the First Baptist Church, Troy, NY
Bible Study and Prayer Service – Wednesday 6:00 PM
Holy Communion - Every First Sunday
Christian Baptism - Every Second Sunday
Right Hand of Fellowship/Youth Sunday - Every Fourth Sunday
Membership Class -
Services and Projects
Food Pantry – provide food baskets to the poor, low
income families and homeless.
Seniors' Noon Lunch Program – provide hot and
nutritious lunches to senior citizens on Wednesdays from September-June.
Classes on nutrition, healthy living and exercise are presented to enhance
seniors’ general health.
Health Ministry - keep congregation informed and involved
regarding health issues such as AIDS, Cancer, Heart Disease.
Caring and Sharing Program – provide clothing, food,
furniture and house hold items.
Sick & Shut-in Patients – are
visited and administered to by clergy and church members.
After-School Tutorial Program – provide mentoring
and tutoring to children in grades 3-12 particularly in literacy, math, and
science by church members and local college students.
Children’s Place Summer Day Camp – provides
children with summer in the city camp experience that combines academics
and recreational activities for children ages 5-13.
College Bound/College Scholarship Program – provide
youth in the congregation and community with small stipends to assist with
living expenses; provide college scholarships, take youth on college visits
particularly to Historically Black Colleges; and provide financial incentives
to students in grades K-12 for high academic achievement.
Black History Program – youth participate in Black
History activities beyond the month of February. Activities include Saturday
day sessions and activities, participate in local events such as entering
Black History Month Essay Contests, visits to Black historical sites, participation
in Kwanzaa programs and the AME Church’s Founders Day program.