Located at 484 New Hempstead Road, near the intersection of Route 45, in New City, New York, we are a diverse congregation of about 100 members serving central Rockland County. We are joined in our belief that the church is called to be the continuing presence of Christ in the world, and we live out this belief by tending to the spiritual needs of our members and friends, and by working together for the health of our community and the world. Under the leadership of our Pastor, Rev. Dr. Lori Knight-Whitehouse, our mission in the local community continues to grow. We are an inclusive congregation. All are welcome here!
Sunday Worship is at 11:00am.
Come worship with us, experience our hospitality and find your spiritual home with us.
The New Hempstead Presbyterian Church is a member of the Presbyterian Church USA PC(USA).
We are so pleased to be able to now livestream our worship services to our channel on YouTube! Just type in New Hempstead Presbyterian Church in the search bar at YouTube or click HERE to visit our YouTube Channel. You can also find previous Sunday worship services back to March 31, 2019. Tell your friends and family! We will include pdf files of the bulletin with the worship service on …Continue reading →
New Hempstead will be celebrating Holy week with a Palm Sunday luncheon following worship, a service on Maundy Thursday, a joint worship service with Germonds church on Good Friday and two services on Easter Sunday with a pancake breakfast in between.
Worship at 11 AM Fellowship luncheon after Worship
Worship at 8 PM in the Sanctuary with Eucharist
Worship at 7:30 PM at Germonds Presbyterian 39 Germonds Road, New City
Sunrise service, 8 AM Murchison Hall Pancake breakfast around 9 AM in Murchison Hall Worship Service 11 AM in the Sanctuary
Holy Humor Sunday
During the Easter season, we rejoice that Christ is risen and laugh because he has conquered death. Join us at 11 AM for a joyous funny time of Worship.
Our next rotation at the Warming Center is coming up on Monday, April 15 to Wednesday, April 17. Appropriately enough, this is during Holy Week. We will be serving dinner to our homeless neighbors from 6-8:45 PM at Building D of the Yeager Center in Pomona. The signup sheet is posted in the Colonial Room. If you have questions, see Pam Fink.
From Pastor Knight-Whitehouse: Lent is often a time of “giving something up”: candy, alcohol, etc. Or it is a time of “taking up”: practicing kindness, spending more time in prayer. Perhaps this Lent you might want to think about letting go of things that are unnecessary: worry, fear, short temper, procrastination. Once you spend 6 weeks letting go of these things, you may find that life is better without them. …Continue reading →
Wednesday, March 6 marks the beginning of the season of Lent. Please join us at 8 PM in the Sanctuary for a Worship Service with Communion and the Imposition of Ashes. Ashes are made by burning last year’s palms from Palm Sunday, and the prayer intention cards from Advent. …Continue reading →
Join leaders and friends from across the Hudson River Presbytery for an exciting day of learning on Saturday, March 16th at Stony Point Center! Opening Worship and Keynote Speaker is Rev. Aquellah Ligonde, Pastor at Far Rockaway Presbyterian Church and Consultant with Youth Ministry Architects. Workshop topics include Storytelling and Youth Spiritual Formation, Anti-Racism Training, Social Media and your Church, and many more. Tuition is FREE! Lunch is available for $15. All are welcome, whether you’re a church member, officer or friend of any Hudson River Presbytery congregation. For more information and to register, go to http://hudrivpres.org.
There will be a meeting of the congregation and the corporation of the New Hempstead Presbyterian Church on Sunday, February 3 in the Sanctuary immediately following Worship. All members are urged to participate. Copies of the annual report will be available in advance. …Continue reading →
New Hempstead Presbyterian Church is once again a proud sponsor of the Unity Celebration, a community event honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This annual event celebrates the life of Dr. King by showcasing community groups, performers and speakers who carry on Dr. King’s dream to create the beloved community. Doors open at 3:00pm on Monday, January 21st, 2019, at Ramapo High School, located at 400 Viola Road, Spring Valley, NY. Stop by and visit us at the NHPC table!