We’ll be having a fellowship breakfast on Saturday, August 31 at 9 AM at the City Line diner in New City. Note the changed time! We’re meeting a bit later than usual so no one can complain that it is … Continue reading
Germonds Church has invited our congregation to join them for their chili cook-off and dance on Saturday, September 7. The Chili cook-off starts at 5:30 PM. Everyone is invited to bring a batch of homemade chili and create a name … Continue reading
Starting June 16, Father’s Day, we will return to our summer Worship schedule. Worship will begin at 10 AM. The Sunday School will be on hiatus until the fall when we go back to 11 AM Worship.
The Church School children will be leading Worship on Sunday, June 9. Thanks to Pauline Mattis, Syenni Lucas and all of the other instructors who teach our children. Also, thanks to the parents who help out and who support the … Continue reading
Members of the Hudson Valley Symphonic Wind Ensemble will present a concert of Chamber music to benefit the New Hempstead Presbyterian Church and the wind ensemble in the NHPC sanctuary. Beethoven’s Sextet for two clarinets, two bassoons and two horns … Continue reading
Spring is finally here! Saturday, April 13 is our annual spring grounds clean-up. We’ll be working from 9 AM to 12 Noon both outdoors and indoors. Bring work gloves, rakes or a blower and we’ll put you to work.
Here is the Holy Week Worship schedule for 2013: Sunday, March 24 Palm Sunday 11 AM Worship 12 noon Palm Sunday Luncheon Thursday, March 28 Maundy Thursday 8 PM Worship with Communion Friday, March 29 Good Friday 8 PM … Continue reading
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