Holy Family CCD 100 Mt Joy Pl, New Rochelle, NY10801 Holy Family CCD is a Catholic education program for children in grades one through seven who do not attend Catholic…More school during the day. Those who are outside the standard age range are welcome as well. The program guides students through their sacraments from baptism to confirmation and teaches them about the Catholic faith. It also offers a youth group for children in grade eight and a high school youth ministry group. There is also an entrance to the school at on Clove Road.
Boys' & Girls' Clubs of New Rochelle 79 7th St, New Rochelle, NY10801 Since 1929, the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle has been providing programming for kids ages 6-18 in New…More Rochelle. The New Rochelle site offers an array of programs to engage the local youth. Programs are designed to enhance self-esteem, positivity and good behavior. In addition to after school and vacation programs, there is also a summer camp.The Boys and Girls club stresses character and leadership, education and career development, the arts, health and life skills and sports and fitness.
Congregation Anshe Sholom 50 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY10805 Congregation Anshe Sholom is a Jewish religious institution. Services and programs include Bikur Cholim, a visiting…More service for the sick and infirm; Golden Group, a program for seniors; and the Youth and Family Program which, each month, holds various activities such as mini-golf, bowling, holiday parties and community service activities. There is also a religious school for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, held every Sunday morning, which is tuition-free to all Jewish children and does not require synagogue membership.
Holy Name of Jesus 75 Lispenard Ave, New Rochelle, NY10801 Founded in 1929, Holy Name of Jesus is a Catholic parish located on Petersville Road in New Rochelle. The parish offers…More regular masses, sacrament services, religious education programs and a youth mission, in addition to hosting a Catholic elementary and middle school. Visit the Holy Name of Jesus website to view a mass schedule.
Thomas Paine Cottage 20 Sicard Ave, New Rochelle, NY10804 Administrated by the Huguenot & New Rochelle Historical Association, Thomas Paine Cottage is a historic…More building donated to New York State in 1784. The cottage contains items belonging to the author of "Common Sense" and the Historical Association offers youth education programs, as well as guided tours and special events.
First Holiness Church 470 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY10801 First Holiness Church, located at 470 North Avenue, is a small Apostolic church that offers meetings throughout the…More week. Services include prayer and worship, bible study, and youth programs. Lead by Bishop E. N. Skyers, First Holiness also provides Communion and missionary services on the first Sunday of every month.
North American Family Institute 48 Burling Ln, New Rochelle, NY10801 The North American Family Institute is a human resources organization that has locations throughout the country and…More works with local government agencies to help in-need and at-risk youth and their families. The location on Burling Lane is called the Westchester Wraparound Program and it provides boys ages 12-17 with foster and clinical care. The program integrates families and has space for up to 16 boys at one time. It provides an alternative approach to traditional foster care and is also used and supported by the city of New Rochelle.
The Presbyterian Church of New Rochelle occupies a large historic church building located 50 Pintard Ave. The church…More includes both a Korean Ministry and English Ministry which was established in 1998. English and Korean services are held Sundays and throughout the week. The church also provides Bible study, youth programs and a Korean language school.</p>
<p>Visit the Presbyterian Church of New Rochelle website for more information and service schedules. </p>
Make a sharp turn off of busy North Avenue and you will quickly reach St. Catherine AME Zion Church. The church,…More which has been around since 1841, offers Sunday school at 9:30am and worship service at 1oam on Sundays.</p>
<p>The church is great for children and young adults, as there are a range of programs offered for youth. Kids ages 5-17 are welcome to attend Junior Church, which is tailored to a younger crowd, at 11am on Sundays. Many additional prayer meetings and Bible study groups are active in the congregation.</p>