The Daily Gazette
The Locally Owned Voice of the Capital Region
Advertisement
Promotions

Schoharie church takes care of its own

After leading flood relief, congregation aims to fix building

The Rev. Sherri Meyer-Veen, pastor of Schoharie Reformed Church, describes construction challenges the congregation faces as it deliberates post-Irene repairs to the church building.
The Rev. Sherri Meyer-Veen, pastor of Schoharie Reformed Church, describes construction challenges the congregation faces as it deliberates post-Irene repairs to the church building.
  • FACEBOOK
  • TWITTER
  • GOOGLE+
  • LINKEDIN
  • PRINT
  • E-MAIL
Text Size: A | A

Ever since last year’s flood, the sanctuary at the Schoharie Reformed Church has progressively looked worse as carpenters continued to dig deeper into the historic building’s damage. But following a year studying the 168-year-old structure, the first step of a multi-phase reconstruction project has begun, the church’s pastor, the Rev. Sherri Meyer-Veen, said. Built on Main Street in 1884, the church building serves as a house of worship for a congregation established about 291 years ...


You Must Log-In or Subscribe to Continue Subscription Offer Individual stories can be found and purchased from our Archives for $2.00

Advertisement

comments

There are currently no posts. Be the first to comment on this story.
Advertisement