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Links of Interest

You may find the following internet links helpful and interesting.

United Methodist Women Prayers for Peace

UMW calls for prayers for peace from Advent to Easter. See this site for details and further peace related links.

National UMC Site

Do you have any questions regarding the national organization? Links here can take to anywhere in the country.

NCNY Conference Site

Check out the function and services of the North Central New York Conference of the UMC at this site.

Cental Lakes District

See what our District web site has to offer.


The United Methodist Committee on Relief reacts to national and international disasters. 100% of any donations go directly to those in need. Let St. Paul's office know if you make a donation so that it can be noted on your records.


Cokesbury is a good source for religious media materials.


Here is a site where you can search for, and listen to a large selection of hymns. Included also is information on the composer and the lyrics.

Christian Ethereal Classic Library

This is another good source for material and it's "on-line" so you don't have to send for it. Want to read John Wesley's sermons? Most everything on this site can be downloaded (public domain).

Church World Service


Quote from their site: "Founded in 1946, Church World Service is the relief, development, and refugee assistance ministry of 36 Protestant, Orthodox, and Anglican denominations in the United States. Working in partnership with indigenous organizations in more than 80 countries, CWS works worldwide to meet human needs and foster self-reliance for all whose way is hard."


Habitat for Humanity


Quote from their site: "Habitat for Humanity International is a nonprofit, nondenominational Christian housing organization. We welcome all people to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable, houses in partnership with those in need of adequate shelter."




The Protestant Cooperative Ministry at Cornell University.


Lite House Repairs


This is a collaboration of Cornell-Ithaca Partnership, Cornell University Habitat for Humanity, and community churches. The program's primary goal is to assist eligible City of Ithaca households to keep their homes comfortable and safe by providing small home repairs and/or maintenance and seasonal chores.


The Hunger Site


A quick "click" on the tabs of this site makes a free donations to several causes. Corporate sponsors make a small donation for each daily visit.


Crop Walk


Get all the details on the Crop Walk organization.




This is a support, education and advocacy organization for parents, families and friends of lesbians and gays.




Ithaca Breast Cancer Alliance is a group dedicated to providing support, education and advocacy for all Tompkins County people facing breast cancer.


Casowasco Camp and Conference Center


Our local church camp/conference center has a site you should check out.


Camp Aldersgate


NCNYC has a second camp in the Adirondacks.


The NOMADS program offers persons with recreational vehicles the opportunity to share their time and skills in United Methodist projects, including churches, camps and mission agencies.


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Last Updated: 5/27/2006