North Shore Christian Fellowship of Huntington 3 Milton Pl, Huntington, NY11743 Previously the Lawn Street Chapel, this Christian church follows the evangelical interpretation of the scriptures. In…More addition to worship services and bible study, the church has a home bible study program, youth activities, a men's support group every Monday evening and a bible school. The entrance to the spacious, well-landscaped church faces Broadway, and the entrance to the parking lot is on Milton Place. All visitors are welcome.
Christian Charities Deliverance Church 302 Spring Rd, Huntington, NY11743 Founded by Bishop Norris Porter, the Christian Charities Deliverance Church is a traditional Evangelical church. It…More is housed in a free-standing building with a private parking lot. The community knows it for its choir. Prayer meetings and Bible study classes are conducted weekly. Newcomers are welcome.
Plaza Medical & Diagnostic 752 Park Ave, Huntington, NY11743 Plaza Medical & Diagnostic is a Huntington-based medical testing facility specializing in family medicine, pain…More management, nutrition, sleep studies and physical therapy.
Huntington Church of Christ 1035 Park Ave, Huntington, NY11743 The Huntington Church of Christ maintains a full-time preacher and a full-time youth minister. In addition…More to the church's weekly services and Bible study sessions, it boasts active youth and evangelism programs. Feel free to contact the Huntington Church of Christ for specific details on beliefs and membership information.
Caumsett State Historic Park, situated on a scenic peninsula extending into Long Island Sound, offers miles of bridle…More paths, walking, jogging, hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and nature trails over acres of woodland, meadows, rock shoreline and salt marsh. <br /><br />The park has gardens, excellent fishing and scuba diving by <a href="http://www.nysparks.state.ny.us/regions/long-island/permits.aspx">permit</a>. In 1921, Marshall Field III purchased 1,750 acres of Lloyd Neck to create one large estate. He named the land after its Matinecock Indian name, Caumsett, which means "place by a sharp rock."</p>
<p>Field created a self-sufficient English-style estate as a combination country club, hunting preserve and home, complete with its own water and electrical supply. When the estate was finished, it had facilities for every sport except golf. Caumsett State Historic Park was acquired by New York State in 1961. <br /><br />The park is diverse; fishing, hiking, bird watching, nature photography and nature study are among the many activities visitors may pursue. The polo pony barn provides lessons, boarding and equestrian services as part of the Lloyd Harbor Equestrian Center. <br /><br />The summer cottage houses the <a href="http://www.nassauboces.org/programs/Location.aspx?LocationID=15">Nassau BOCES Outdoor</a> and Environmental Education Program. The Volunteers for Wildlife Hospital and Education Center is located in the "Calf Barn" of the park's Dairy Complex which provides rehabilitation and hospitalization for Long Island's injured wildlife. The historic Henry Lloyd Manor house built in 1711 is leased to the Lloyd Harbor Historical Society. The Historical Society provides historic interpretation of life during the colonial period.</p>
Bethel AME Church 291 Park Ave, Huntington, NY11743 The Bethel A.M.E. Church is the oldest African-American Church in Huntington, and is also one of only two North Shore…More African Methodist Episcopal Churches still holding services.<br />The Church has served as a center of African-American community life for over 156 years.<br />The original incorporators of the Church were brickyard workers employed in the Crossman Brickyards on Huntington's West Neck. Unfortunately, the Church's early records were destroyed in a fire. The founders of the church and their families are buried in a small church-yard cemetery located to the rear of the church. Eleven headstones survive, but archaeological study has shown that graves lie beyond marker locations.<br /><br />The Church purchased the property on which it is currently located in 1844 from the Huntington Methodist Church. The Huntington Methodist Church had erected a small house of worship there in 1837-38 that had more recently been used by them for Sunday school classes.