As I look at the church I try to imagine how it was in the early days, and how time changes things. These are some of the changes that came about over time.
As you pull up in front... (More...)
We will look back at the fifties which were very active and had a lot of growth in the church.
Membership in 1950 was 118 members, in 1951 it was 168 members and in 1952 it was 175.... (More...)
North County News
January 6, 2010
The Battle of Yorktown…New York, not Virginia
Michael J. Kahn
Many have forgotten Westchester County’s role in the American... (More...)
Rev. George Barford served the congregation from 1950 to 1966.
January 1950, the trustees realized that the floor of the church seemed insecure so
church was ordered closed and the... (More...)
In the winter of year 1948 what happened? Yes, the Parish House roof collapsed. I will write what happened during that harsh snowy winter.
On January 30, 1948 it was noticed by Mr.... (More...)
1963 Budget recommendations made by the Executive Comm. were: estimated income was $43,700 with $7850 of this amount for benevolences. Our church was one of three in Yorktown that participated... (More...)
The Memorial Chapel room was built as part of the third addition to the Parish House. The room was set aside as a Memorial Chapel to be used as a quiet place, reading, meditation and... (More...)
In the 1940’s the WWII came about which 21 church members were put on the Honor Roll – 8 in the Navy, 9 in the Army, 3 in the Air Corps and 1 in the Coast Guard. They mention... (More...)
As April 2009 is upon us, looking back just one year to April of 2008 was the marking of tenth year of the dedication of the new expansion. Dedication of the new building was April... (More...)
Knapp Farm, Jefferson Valley, NY on route 9N, 85 acres:
The church was left by will of Elizabeth Knapp, a farm after certain heirs were paid. Church had to take a mortgage of $5000... (More...)
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