DIVINE LOVE FOOD DRIVE :

BY THE CHURCH OF THE DIVINE LOVE FOR 

CHHOP'S FOOD PANTRY 

         



Copyright © Church of Divine Love. All rights reserved. 

"Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love,
for I have put my trust in you.
Show me the way I should go,
for to you I entrust my life."

-Psalm 143:8

WINTER LOVE NOTES are HERE !!!

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Eucharist Service Starts at 10:15 AM 

Christmas Eve Service at 7:00 PM

Christmas Day Service at 10:15 AM

(in-person, masks and social distancing required)​​

Service is also offered each Sunday on Zoom. 


Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 245 336 9251
Password: 896036


​SUPPORT THE FOOD DRIVE :

Drop off in the Kitchen at the Carriage House


THRIFT SHOP :  IS OPEN 

                  and taking donations 

 Christmas Thrift Shop Sale ON NOW !!!

      (Thursdays & Saturdays: 10:00 am-2:00 pm) 


 CHILDREN'S CHURCH SCHOOL

      WILL HAVE A DELAYED REOPENING 

 (WILL BE EVERY 3RD SUNDAY GEARED FOR FAMILY SERVICES) 


(Contact via email: Churchoffice@optonline.net

or call 914-737-1082 and leave a message)



         



Welcome Home

Sunday Worship begins

  at 10:15 a.m.     


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Divine Love warmly welcomes our new Priest In Charge and his lovely family: 

FR JEAN QUATORZE

   

For FR JEAN'S BIOGRAPHY Please Click here


The Church of the Divine Love




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with our brothers and sisters in Christ who have been hurt. We are here for those who need us.
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Racist and discriminating behavior of any kind has no place in our church and will not be
tolerated.
“So the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be called, but few chosen.” - Matthew 20:16


Located in Montrose, NY (Westchester County), we are a loving and wholesome community gathered around Jesus.  We offer to God the beautiful worship tradition of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, and hymns both new and old. We are firmly committed to the authority of the Holy Scriptures, and to passing on a living faith, intact, to a new generation.