An historical update from Bob Greenhalgh. Did you know that New Hempstead Presbyterian Church has a cemetery associated with it? Many of the church founders from the 18th and early 19th centuries are buried in a small cemetery not a … Continue reading
Debbie Wallace is exhibiting one of her photographs in a Juried Exhibition at the Medford Arts Center. The exhibition runs through March 10, 2013 at the Arts Center in Medford, NJ. For more information, contact Debbie or see their web … Continue reading
This summary of our church history was written in 1978 to celebrate the church’s designation as a National Historic Place. In Colonial Days, The English Church stood on a crossroads busy with farmers and continental troops. It still stands on … Continue reading
During worship today, Carmen Bermudez was ordained and installed as a Ruling Elder and Sylvia Miller was ordained and installed as a Deacon for New Hempstead Presbyterian Church. Also installed were returning Elders David Garcia and Syenni Lucas and returning … Continue reading
Varje has printed the 2012 annual report in advance of our annual meeting on Sunday, February 10. Every committee and group in the church has written a summary of their 2012 activities for your reading pleasure. Feel free to pick … Continue reading
We will observe Ash Wednesday with a Worship service at 8 PM on Wednesday, February 13. The service will include the imposition of ashes. The Christmas Feast is already a fading memory, And already the mind begins to be vaguely … Continue reading
A congregational and corporation meeting has been called for Sunday, February 10, 2013 after Worship. All NHPC members are requested to attend. This will be our 278th Annual Meeting of the Congregation.
Hello! Welcome to our new blog-based web-site. This new format will allow more people to directly add information to the site. Our hope is that this move will increase the variety and accuracy of content. … Continue reading
The Monday night discussion group has undertaken as study of the Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mount. Anyone is welcome to join us any Monday at 8 PM in the Colonial Room for lively conversation.