St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church 309 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 This church formed in 1917 as the English Lutheran Church of Port Jefferson Station. It wasn't until October of 1935…More that the church was chartered under its current name and, in February of 1946, the church was established at its current location. Services are held on Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. The church offers plenty of religious classes, bible study for youth and adults and a choir.
Full Gospel Christian Center 415 Old Town Rd, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 The Full Gospel Christian Center is a church built in 1982, serving the Pentecostal community in the Port Jefferson…More area. It holds services on Sunday, and offers nursery care for infants and toddlers during the 10am worship service. Along with a full range of programs like teen youth groups, vacation bible school and outreach programs that minister to seniors who cannot come into the church, it offers a two-year bible college degree program called the Long Island School of Biblical Studies, employing the International Curriculum.
The Branch of Faith Church 400 Jayne Blvd, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 Begun in the 1970s out of the home of Pastor Linda Grimaldi, The Branch of Faith Church then met in many other places…More before settling in at the current building in 1992. The church offers services on Sundays and Bible study throughout the week with various pastors. Branch of Faith has youth groups for kids of all ages and runs a food pantry and a hospital equipment lending closet.
Founded as an Evangelical United Brethren Church in 1960, the church structure itself was built in 1964. In 1968 the…More Evangelical United Brethren Church merged with the Methodists to become the United Methodist Church, which the Christ Church is a part of to this day.
Services are held every Sunday at 10am and they have six bible study programs throughout the week, a prayer group meeting on Wednesdays and youth ministries. The church also has its own a cappella choir. Following the ideals of Methodist founder John Wesley when he instructed his preachers to do nothing "but save souls," the church hosts a soup kitchen and makes bringing the Gospel to the community parts of its vision.