Places of Worship
Town of Malta is located near many places of worship including Methodist churches, Catholic churches and Jewish temples. Saratoga County includes many great and friendly places for your religion. The Churches or temples are centrally located in the community with easy access to your desired services.
Many of the churches or temples also host an array of community events that will help you be closer to your community and help make it a better, safe and friendly. The community events include clubs, nurseries, summer camps, sunday schools, boy or girl scouts, meet ups and more.
Cornerstone Community ChurchCornerstone is a relatively new church in the Capital District of New York. In 2004, the founding pastor, Chris Aiken, and his family relocated here to start this church.
Cornerstone is a "community" church...meaning that anyone and everyone is welcome to be part of what God is doing here. Our members come from many different backgrounds, including Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, Episcopal and unchurched.
Ballston Spa United Methodist ChurchSeveral people expressed their gratitude to all the adults who teach and guided the programs throughout the year. The parents of all the students have special reason to be grateful, however each member of the church family is also grateful for the commitment and dedication of all who contributed to the Sunday School program.
Temple Sinai of Saratoga SpringsLocated in the historical district of downtown Saratoga Springs New York, Temple Sinai is a progressive Reform synagogue that began in the early 1960's as a study group of a dozen families.
Our congregation combines the benefits of both smaller and larger synagogues with its friendly, warm atmosphere, and programs that seek to meet the needs of the members as well as of the larger Jewish community.
Our rabbis, Linda Motzkin and Jonathan Rubenstein serve not only as our spiritual leaders but are both skilled teachers and counselors and are active in local community and interfaith efforts.
The First Baptist Church of Ballston SpaThe Church was organized in 1791. Twenty-four members of the Stillwater Church, who were residents in the Ballston Area were dismissed by letter to form the Ballston Spa Church.
We believe that the Scriptures were given by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit on the hearts and minds of the writers. It is the complete record of God's dealings with his people. The bible consists of the Old and the New testament which are the Word of God, inerrant in the original language.
Having accepted Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord, and on profession of our faith in Him, having been baptized according to His example by immersion, we do. now, in the presence of God and His assembly covenant with one another and with God as members of His Church.