Adirondack Bible Fellowship

Sunday Service – 9:00 a.m. 

Affiliate with the Wesleyan Church

Bible Study – Sunday 10:15

Children’s Church – Sundays 9:00 a.m. Ages 3 years to 6th Grade.  Ginny’s Hall

Monthly meeting – First Thursday of the month 6:30 p.m.

Prayer Meeting: Wednesdays evenings 7pm led by George Armstrong

Ladies Bible Study: 10:00am Thursdays, contact Phyllis Montayne 582-2228

Fusion Pulse Youth Group – Saturdays 6-8 p.m. (5th to 12th grade) AdirondackFusion
instagram.com/FusionPulseYouth/

Community Food Pantry – 

 is located at Newcomb Health Center or
contact Marlene Bott 518-582-3080, or Gertie Armstrong 518-582-5480

Dr. John Gocke
DrJohnGocke@hotmail.com
518-624-2411

Associate Pastor Skip Hults  
email:
hultshouse@frontiernet.net

 

St. Barbara’s Church in Newcomb is one of Five parishes in the group of Adirondack Mission churches within the Diocese of Albany. We also have locations in Schroon Lake, North Creek, Brant Lake and Chestertown.

We have a service of Holy Communion each Sunday at 11 am and are a welcoming community to visitors of all faiths.
We are located on Route 28n directly across from the Health Center.
feel free to call us at any time at the phone numbers below.
The Reverend John Cairns
Rectory Phone 494-3314

Cell Phone 636-8072

God comes to change us
Then He calls on us to help change the world for Him…

Welcome
St Therese’s Church is a small but welcoming Catholic Parish in the tiny hamlet of Newcomb, in the Central Adirondack region of NY. The parish is a part of the Diocese of Ogdensburg, and shares its pastor with St Henry’s Church in nearby Long Lake.
We welcome you to our community and our Church. If you are new to the area, please let us know who you are and where you live. If you are a visitor to this beautiful location, stop by for Sunday or Daily Mass, or just for a visit to the Blessed Sacrament. The Church is open daily from early morning to evening. The rectory is next door.St. Therese’s Church

Father Peter Berg
Pastor

Mass Summer Schedule:
First Sunday before July 4th – Labor Day
Saturday  – 4 pm
Sunday – 11 am

All Other Periods:
Saturday – 7 pm
Sunday – 9 am

Weekday:
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Tuesday and Friday at 3 pm
Tuesday and Friday at 4 pm