A Matthew 25 Church where all people are children of God

The purpose of Stone Church is to be an inviting, spiritual community of Christ, engaging in worship that inspires and challenges us to learn and grow as we reach out in caring and service, trusting in the love of God.

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Sunday Morning Worship at Stone Church

Come join us at Stone Presbyterian Church in Clinton, NY Sunday February 25 for worship at 10:30 a.m. in person and live stream on Facebook Live as we celebrate second Sunday in Lent, including a special Lenten Walk by the “wilderness” as we reflect on the beginning of the 40 days of preparation for Easter. From Genesis 17:1–7, 15–16 we will hear God's promises to Abraham and Sarah and from Romans 4:13–25 that God's promise is realized through faith. Pastor Scott Leonard will tell from Mark 8:31–38 of Jesus foretelling his suffering and death. He will preach on “I Reckon.”

Sunday Morning Worship –February 25, 2024 10:30 a.m.

A View from the Steeple

Stone Church is proud to announce the publication of A View from the Steeple, written by Marjorie (Midge) Bakos, one of the Church’s long-time members.

Midge, a direct descendant of one of the earliest of area settlers, tells how she developed her interest in historical research by assisting the former Stone Church secretary, Peggy Weldon, in fulfilling requests for dates of baptism, marriage etc.  As she recounted, “One particular morning while on such a search, I came upon the name Zebulon Peck who was a deacon in the early church from 1801 to 1808, ten years after the founding of the church in 1791. Oh my! It dawned on me that my grandmother had tried to tell me several times that he was my g-g-g-g-g-g-grandfather from Bristol, CT…. Now the pieces of the puzzle began to fit together and I looked through more material. I had papers and books everywhere….”

Learn more about the book here.

Stone Church Roof Fundraising Project

Slate with hand-painted puppy

Stone Presbyterian Church, 8 So. Park Row, Clinton is raising funds for a new roof. One of our fundraising projects is selling decorative slates from the original Stone Church roof of 1878. Slates will be available in our church on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. A donation of $10 or more would be appreciated. Please call first (315-853-2933) and use the Williams Street entrance. 

For more information, please contact Ceil Gilbert (315-853-8289), ceilgilbert@yahoo.com or the church office (315-853-2933).

Give now with the Givelify app

Stone Church uses the Givelify app for online giving. It is a very easy way to send a payment toward your pledge, make a general donation to the church, or to designate a donation to the Deacons or to the fund for the new roof. Used by many churches, this is a safe, secure and convenient way to donate online.

Stone Church is a welcoming, affirming congregation!

The Fair Trade Shop

Fabric hearts made from recycled cotton saris dot our cheery Kantha Heart Garland from India.
Fabric hearts made from recycled cotton saris dot our cheery Kantha Heart Garland from India.
Red Rethread Throw from India is made from recycled clothing,

Valentine’s Day is an annual festival to celebrate romantic love, friendship and admiration.
Check us out while you are looking for that special gift for that someone special!

Fabric hearts made from recycled cotton saris dot our cheery Kantha Heart Garland from
India. Each 2 inch heart is lightly filled; colors and patterns will vary.

The ultimate in sustainable comfort, our remarkable Red Rethread Throw from India is made
from recycled clothing, which is separated and spun by hand into new threads. The threads are
then over-dyed and re-woven on jacquard looms to create a cozy, lightweight throw.

These and MANY, MANY more uniquely handcrafted gift items from 38 different countries are
(some restrictions apply). Our regular hours are 10am to 4pm every Thursday and SECOND SATURDAYS. Purchasing fair trade items ensures artisans and small farmers fair wages and healthy working conditions, providing dignity, sustainable development and hope for marginalized people.

Visit us at
https://buildingstonesshoppe.square.site or www.facebook.com/buildingstonesfairtradeshoppe .

Fair Trade Shoppe inside with items