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Refurbished Huntington House Provides Congenial Mid-Hudson Meeting Place


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Huntington House Exterior

Huntington House Conference Room

Huntington House conference room. Photo: Nicholas Richardson

Over the past few years, a house in West Park, on the west bank of the Hudson south of Kingston, has been beautifully restored to provide a fully equipped gathering space for diocesan and parish meetings and other events, as well as offices for the Bishop and members of his staff. This project has been overseen and very largely driven forward by Val Stelcen, executive assistant to the Bishop for the Mid-Hudson Region.

Huntington House, which is being leased to the diocese on generous terms by the Order of the Holy Cross, stands between their monastery and the Church of the Ascension, on the east side of Route 9W. It has a full kitchen and a conference room with space for 25 people and the latest digital facilities on the first floor, and offices on the second floor. Clergy, congregations, and others in the diocese are encouraged to avail themselves of this excellent new facility. To inquire about holding meetings, workshops, retreats, and other gatherings, please contact Val Stelcen by email at [email protected].