November 30, 2019

A "family" of women united by mutual respect and support gathered in pink to celebrate their year of personal growth.

June 24, 2019

The Silver Queen #43 Chapter welcomed a full house of colorfully dressed and enthusiastic members and friends.  The Sunday School Annex reverberated with music and expressions of gratitude and praise to God. 

The ladies in the five colors: red, green, whi...

April 21, 2019

Each year, The Family Repertory Company invites their entire company to join the cast to perform James Weldon Johnson's poem.  Seasoned actors, dancers, and singers stretch themselves while less experienced artists learn their craft in a nurturing yet professional envi...

March 1, 2019

Congregant predecessors who lie in our South Cemetery face East toward Port Richmond Avenue and the 21st century through a midnight blizzard.  In the first row:  Elizabeth, daughter of Jacob R. & Elizabeth A. Mersereau, died 1837, age 1 mo. & 24 days.  Next to her Mrs....

February 23, 2019

Staten Island Arts held an historic Awards Ceremony in our Annex to honor the recipients of Staten Island Arts 2019 art project and arts in education grants funded by the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA). This year...

February 21, 2019

This is a visualization of what the unused elevated railway could be.  A group of Port Richmond residents gathered in our Annex for an evening of discussion about how, working together, we can make our neighborhood better.  There were a lot of new faces eager to contri...

February 21, 2019

Lois and Richard Nicotra invited us, along with several other Staten Island non profits, to the Commons Cafe to share tips on building community to further our missions by using social media.

Kristine Garlisi and Michael Pelczar were chosen from all the applicants nat...

January 24, 2019

Staten Island Arts opened the first solo gallery show of works by poet/sculptor/collage artist John Foxell. Beloved by local residents for decades prior to his December 2016 death, Foxell was known as “the unofficial mayor of Port Richmond.” He was a great friend of th...

December 4, 2018

PS 68  The Port Richmond School for Visionary Learning, IS 51 Edwin Markham, Girl Scouts, Wagner College/Port Richmond Partnership and Northfield LDC create memories for young citizens of Port Richmond. 

December 3, 2018

The Community decorated our 1844 Church and enjoyed music, food & drink, vendors and raffles.

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