CSI logo CSI Congregation of Hudson Valley New York

Worshiping At

699 Albany Post Rd

Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510

MOTTO 2016:

" Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established..."   
Proverbs 16:3


Established in 1994 as a Church of South India (CSI) congregation, we are located in Briarcliff Manor, New York, a small village in lovely Westchester County.
You are warmly invited to come worship with us!


Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Greetings in the name of our LORD and Savior Jesus Christ.

After summer vacation, our schools and colleges are open and children are
returning to the classes to resume their studies. Some of our children are going
to schools first time in their life. They are filled with expectations! New
environment, new friends, new order of life...everything is new. Let us pray that
they stay on the right track, gain knowledge and earn higher levels of education
and be a blessing to others.

Our great Church of South of South is celebrating its 69th anniversary on
September 27. As a church, we have every reason to thank God for guiding us
and keeping us united for the past seven decades. Our church is engaged in
spreading the Gospel to the world through many of its Ministries. Let us thank
God for this great church and its leaders as they are leading the Church in
glorifying the name of our Savior Jesus Christ through many programs and

Music Ministry is considered as an integral part of our church and it is a
sacred one due to its role in our Sunday worship service and on all other
services. Being in the choir is a divine call and a privilege. It is divine because of
its sole intention is to glorify our heavenly Father with the God - given talent.
It is a privilege because of it's role in corporate worship service. Remember,
Choir is placed near to the altar! By the grace of God we are blessed with a
group of talented members who can sing melodiously. Let us thank them for
their service. As we celebrate another Choir Sunday, let us uphold our choir in
our prayers so that they will lead us to spiritual heights through this divine

September is important for Malayalees. We celebrate our national festival in
this month. It reminds the heritage and culture of our community. It connects
the past and bring nostalgic memories to many of us who left the home country
many years ago.

We are also remembering our grandparents this month. They are a true
blessing and their unconditional love and care gives us strength each day.
Let us support each other in our prayers. Let us also mindful of the needs of
other members in our church family.

May God bless us all.

Thanking you 

Kurien T Oommen


(Vice President)