The SICM Covenant

          We of Schenectady Inner City Ministry (SICM) in the hope and expectation of serving God’s purposes, covenant to relate the resources of the churches to the human needs of the city and to demonstrate the essential unity of the church.

SICM shall challenge individuals and churches consciously to renew or extend their involvement in the larger community and to experience the excitement and joy of service in the spirit of Christ.

We encourage and welcome the full participation in our ministry of those individuals and religious organizations whose concern for human needs proceeds from different orientations, and through the ministry, SICM shall strive to develop increasing understanding.

Featuring:
• Homemade chicken dinner or
vegetarian option
• Pick-a-prize

Schenectady Inner City Ministry
presents

Harvest for the Pantry

a dinner to raise funds for the
SICM Emergency Food Pantry

Date: Sunday, November 9, 2014
Time: 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Location: First Reformed Church of Scotia
224 North Ballston Avenue, Scotia

Tickets are available at the SICM Office, 1055 Wendell Ave., 374-2683
$30 per person ($25 of which is eligible for GE matching)

Please join us for an evening of fun
and fellowship, and show your
support for the Food Pantry!

 

 

 

 


Tickets are available at the SICM Office, 1055 Wendell Ave., 374-2683
$30 per person ($25 of which is eligible for GE matching)
Please join us for an evening of fun
and fellowship, and show your
support for the Food Pantry!

Harvest for the Pantry flier
Harvest for the Pantry bulletin insert

pick=-a-prize
Pick-a-prize table

Congratulations, SICM!  The Tech Valley Nonprofit Business Council recognizes the contribution of nonprofit organizations as a vital economic force in Tech Valley, one that has a tremendous impact on the quality of life for all residents. In support of the TVNBC mission, the Chamber recognizes individuals and organizations for exemplary contributions to the vitality of our community.

SICM received the award for Nonprofit Organization (1-74 employees).

Yay, SICM! And thank you, Albany/Colonie Chamber of Commerce!

 

New arrangements for the Schenectady Damien Center:

To help get everything up and running again, Ellis
Medicine President and CEO Jim Connolly on August 8th
presented a check for $15,000 to the Albany Damien Center.

Read more on our News Page

diners
Lots of food and fellowship!