The first purpose for which you have come together is to live in unity in the house of the Lord and to be of one mind and one heart in God. Do not consider anything your own, but hold all that you have in common. And let material necessities be provided, not to all alike, but to each according to her need.
The Sisters of St. Dominic have served the people of the New York metropolitan area and beyond for more than 163 years. Their commitment to education, poverty, literacy, immigration, and advocacy for women and children represents a life of faith and service. Please join the more than 8,000 donors who make annual gifts to care for the Sisters; to support their ministries, and to care for the Motherhouse in Amityville. Each generous contribution creates promise for a brighter future.
Join the Sisters of St. Dominic of Amityville as a partner in mission. Your generosity supports the retired Sisters who have dedicated their lives to the service of God’s people; supports the ministries that provide for society’s most vulnerable people, and provides critical funds for the renovation and maintenance of the Motherhouse in Amityville.
When the Sisters transition from active ministry and require assisted living or skilled care, they come home to the Motherhouse in Amityville. Their living expenses and medical care are supported by the Congregation and the generosity of benefactors.
The Sisters of St. Dominic have always addressed the changing needs of God’s people. Education and social services; prison and hospital ministries; and literacy programs that serve the undocumented and marginalized, the Sisters go where the need is greatest.
Gifts to build, renovate, and restore facilities provide care for the aging Sisters and ministries. Capital projects have included the renovation of the Motherhouse, Rosary Hall, Carlin Hall, St. Catherine Hall and maintenance of the grounds and facilities in Amityville.