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Youth Chaplain’s Corner

Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needed not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. - 2 Timothy 2:15 - KJV

        For so many children, now is the time that they return to their studies. When the summer begins, they put their books aside and try to “enjoy their vacation.” But there is one book that we can never lay aside, and that book is the Bible. The Bible provides us with history, poetry, prophecy, and doctrine.

        The Bible teaches us about a person’s relationship to God and to each other. The Bible teaches us about God's love for us and His purpose for us. The Bible teaches us how we can obtain salvation by believing in God and living a life that is in accordance with God's will. Even though there are parts of the Bible that are thousands of years old, the message of the Bible is still relevant today. The Bible provides us with instructions for how to live our life.

        Someone once said that Bible stands for:

        Though we are all busy with so many things, we should always make time for the important things. We should always remember that our life here is temporary and one day we will have to give an account of our life. By the Grace of God may we all live our life in accordance with God's will

Yours in Christ's Service,
Rev. Shibi Abraham.
September 2018

Our Parish History

The first approved congregation in North America started as the Mar Thoma-Church of South India prayer group. The congregation, the Mar Thoma Church of Greater New York, met for worship service at the All Saints Lutheran church in Jamaica in the borough of Queens in New York City. After conducting worship services briefly at a worship place in Manhattan, the congregation moved in 1974 to a Presbyterian Church near 174th Street in Fort Washington, at the north end of the Manhattan borough of NYC, and it was its abode until the congregation was divided into four parishes.

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