Programs and resources at Lyall: Food For Folks, Meals on Wheels Millbrook, Recovery at Lyall, Book Study, First Harvest Pantry, Stephen Ministry, Grief Circle, and Church Re-Imagined...
Meals on Wheels Millbrook Meals on Wheels Millbrook delivers three days a week, to those in need. We are pledged to serve the elderly homebound residents of the Town of Washington and the Village of Millbrook, and when we are able those in neighboring areas who do not have access to a similar program. We also may be able to help those with a short-term need, such as hospice care or recovering from surgery at home. Please contact us at MealsonWheels@lyallmemorial.org to learn if we can assist.
Meals on Wheels would like to thank Ken and Tom at Stonewword Farm in Mabbetsville for providing us with some fantastic vegetables this Spring and Summer. They have decided to provide Lyall's First Harvest Pantry and Meals on Wheels with the produce from a substantial patch on their farm. They donated the various types of Lettuce that we have been using in sandwiches and, soon, we'll receive other great quality, organic vegetables including squashes and heirloom tomatoes. We'll be trying to include these great tasting and nutritious items in your meals for the next few months. Enjoy, and we'll send a tremendous thank you to the team at Stonewood.
Anti- Racist StudyGoup- on hiatus:
After a brief break the Anti-racism Study Group will resume on Monday September 20, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Last week the group selected Caste: The Origin of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson, as the next title for discussion. We are learning much about ourselves and each other from our study and conversations. What is our relationship to the realities of oppression in our society today and how can we face them honestly and be hopeful at the same time? Stay tuned and please think about joining us on September 20 at 12:30 p.m.
If you wish to come but have no access to a computer, please let us know. Thank you!
You may contact the office (845-677-3485,
Bible Study Group will be held on Mondays, 11:00 a.m.- 12:00,
in the Sanctuary
through August 23
Pastor Thom and Jim Demus continue Bible Study on Mondays at 11:00 a.m., both in the Sanctuary and by 'Live Stream'.
This session will be six weeks, and will end after meeting on Monday, August 23, 2021. If you would like to participate please contact Pastor Thom or the office at Communications@Lyallmemorial.org; 845-677-3485.
Book Study meets several times a year.
The Anti-Racist Study Group continues to meet on Mondays at 1:00 PM
First Harvest Pantry
masks & social distancing
Visit the First harvest Pantry, in the Lyall Church parking lot, on Tuesday mornings between 8-10 a.m. Whenever possible we hope visitors will bring their own bags, but we do have some for those who need one. This pantry operates on a first come first serve basis, and closes when the days produce has been distributed. Masks and social distancing are advised. The First Harvest Pantry will remain open Tuesdays, through October, 2021.
Food For Folks, Food Pantry
The Food for Folks food pantry is for short term emergency use, addressing the needs of those in the local area.
To find out if you qualify please call Diane at 845-242-6508, to make an appointment.
Stephen Ministry at Lyall
call 845-264-0205 to arrange an appointment
Stephen Ministry Stephen Ministers are trained listeners to assist those going through a difficult life passage.
Stephen Ministers meet with clients once a week for one hour during the course of a year. Please call the pastor, to learn more about this Pastoral Care ministry.
Grief Circles are currently
being arranged on request
Please contact Cat Greenstreet (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Pastor Thom if you are interested in participating in a Grief Circle. They will arrange one on request.
At Lyall, we believe that our experiences of loss and grief can be a profound turning point in our lives personally and spiritually. Those who participate in Grief Circles gather together as a group to help name and speak to this transition in the hope that we will find our way to a more profound integration and gratitude.
Lyall Lunch is currently suspended.
Hope to resume
in September 2021
Lyall Lunch All are welcome to join us for fresh homemade soup, sandwich, dessert, and conversation. Lunch is free, but if you would like to make a donation it will be appreciated.
Volunteers, desert donations, and questions
are welcome. Email: Communications@lyallmemorial.org
Recovery at Lyall We are honored to offer hospitality and a home to those in recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous meets here at Lyall every day, in the Gathering Room in our new wing. Nearly fourteen thousand persons in twelve-step recovery enter our church building each year, each one with a story and a hope, offered one step at a time. Here at Lyall, we speak the language of recovery applying it to all of us and to all areas of our lives. Find a meeting in Dutchess County or call (845)452-1111.
For professional assessment and help, we refer those in crisis to The Dutchess Stabilization Center, 877-485-9700. The center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and all services are open to the public and free to the public. It is a recognized alternative to a hospital emergency room for mental health and substance crises.
Prayer resquests may be shared with the Pastor directly.
Pastor Thom receives prayer requests from members of our church family, our community, country, and world.
Church Re-Imagined Families and individuals are welcome to join.
Each session will have it's own theme. past themes have been: Who is Your Neighbor?; Gratitude; Happy Birthday Jesus....
We will have 45 minutes of activity-based exploration, followed by a 15-minute child-friendly celebration and then dinner for all. The menu is pizza, salad, and ice cream sundaes. The program which takes place one Saturday a month, between 4-6:00 PM, is intended to be for all ages, and all are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult.