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RENSSELAERVILLE — If you could ask God a question, what would it be?

On Saturday, Jan. 7, from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, at Conkling Hall in Rensselaerville, clergy from different faith traditions will answer questions about God, theology, religion, the Bible, spirituality, and related topics.

St. Paul’s Lutheran receives historic designation.

Lindsey DeKruif

Lindsey DeKruif was installed as the new minister at Helderberg Reformed Church in Guilderland Center.

Berean Baptist Church

A Guilderland Center church changes its name from Berean Baptist to Centerpointe Community.

The new pastor at Helderberg Reformed is a young woman, Lindsey De Kruif.

Pastors see a growing need they want to meet.

Helderberg Lutheran Church

An architectural gem and historic meeting place in Berne gets some recognition.

The new pastor at Voorheesville’s United Methodist Church, Gary Kubitz, has begun his first month with plans for a vigil in light of recent violent events.

RENSSELAERVILLE — Each summer, guest preachers from different faith traditions are invited to deliver sermons on a common theme at the historic Rensselaerville Presbyterian Church on Main Street in the hamlet.

“Omar Mateen does not represent us,” said one of three Muslim women addressing a crowd at the Guilderland library the day after the Orlando massacre. Fazana Saleem-Ismail quoted from the Qur’an: “Whoever kills a human being, it is as if he killed all of mankind.”

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