- CSI Congregation of Hudson Valley
CSI Congregation of Hudson Valley
Our Purpose We have come together to worship and spread the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in our community and throughout the world. We choose to be a model congregation worshipping in the Church of South India (CSI) tradition and to uphold the motto and ideals of the CSI - "That they all may be one."
The Early Years The formation of the Hudson Valley Congregation was the result of the humble prayers of a few families worshipping at the CSI Malayalam Congregation of Greater New York, then at Woodhaven, NY, who wished to have a place of worship closer to their homes in Westchester and the Hudson Valley. Therefore, a unanimous decision was taken to establish a new congregation closer to those dwelling in the northern and western suburbs of New York City. After 26 years, the growth and unity of the Congregation proves that it was under a divine plan.
Our Congregation was formally inaugurated on Sunday, April 10, 1994 during a Special Worship Service at the West Center Congregational Church UCC, Bronxville, NY. After the formation, people who have roots in Church of South India denomination, but were not regularly attending CSI worship due to the distance and other constraints, became part of this Congregation.
Read more: [https://www.csihudsonvalley.org/about-us]Designation : Vicar
CSI Congregation, Hudson Valley.
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Website : https://www.csihudsonvalley.org/