• A Thank You From Family of New Paltz

    On behalf of Family of New Paltz, we'd like to share a thank you for your generosity in supporting Project H.O.P.E. during 2022.

    Through your support, Family of New Paltz was able to provide food assistance to those in need, especially during the holiday season when the need is acutely felt.  Family provided 246 families with Thanksgiving meals, 76 families with Christmas meals, and Christmas gifts for 322 children and teens!

  • Fighting Food Insecurity in the Hudson Valley

    Over 40 million people in the United States suffer from food insecurity, a lack of consistent access to the nutritious food necessary for a healthy life. In Ulster County alone, nearly 18,000 people are food insecure. That’s why one of our main mission focus areas is fighting hunger, and over these past several years, Redeemer’s Project H.O.P.E. has gathered food items for Family of New Paltz, and, more recently, has been helping to distribute fresh produce to those in need. It’s why we’ve partnered with Phillies Bridge Farm Project.

    Food justice is one of the three pillars of the Phillies Bridge Farm Project’s mission. They share our belief that everyone has a right to fresh, healthy, nutritious food, and just like at Redeemer, Phillies Bridge Farm strives to create the food resources where everyone has access to fresh nutritious food.

    During this season of Lent, please consider adopting the practice of almsgiving. If you’re in a position to make a monetary donation, and join Redeemer and Phillies Bridge Farm in working towards achieving this goal.

    100% of your monetary donations will go directly toward Phillies Bridge Farm’s Sliding Scale CSA Share Program, which provides financial assistance to those in need gain access to farm fresh veggies.

    To make a donation, click the "Donate Now!" button below and select the option to donate to the "Food Justice - Phillies Bridge Farm".

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  • Giving Thanks and Looking Forward

    The Board of the Student Christian Center (SCC) gathered with Pastor Dianna and her family this past week to celebrate her retirement. Thanks to Pastor Dianna, our half-time pastor, and the hard work, dedication, and prayers of many, this ministry has grown significantly in its efforts to share the good news of Jesus’ love with students, staff, and faculty over the last ten years.

  • H.O.P.E. ("Helping Other People Everywhere")

    Now through the end of May, we will be collecting food items in support of FAMILY of New Paltz's "Summer Snack Project."
    Many kids who receive meal support though the school year are left food insecure over the summer, and this project helps address this challenge. Join in us in "Sharing Christ's Welcome" through Redeemer by helping those in need!
    Food donations may be dropped off in the Narthex.