Pastor Lori will be away for continuing education on Sunday, August 21st. In her absence, Toney Earl, Jr. will be our special guest at worship that day. He’ll be sharing his personal story, and telling us more about the work of his organization–MADE (Making a Difference Everyday)–bringing hope and change to formerly incarcerated individuals. All are welcome! Join us Sunday at 10AM.
Our deacons will be hosting a table at the Spring Valley Community Resource Day this Saturday, July 16th. It will be an afternoon featuring community agencies, international cuisine, live performances, games and more! Noon until 4 pm. on East Church Street in Spring Valley. Stop by our table and say hello!
On Sunday, July 10th, we will be worshiping at Stony Point Presbyterian Church. Join us there at 10AM, as we get to know our neighbors and continue our discussion of opportunities for shared ministry and witness in Rockland County. Here’s a message from Rick Ufford Chase who will be sharing worship leadership: Friends, I am very excited about our plans for worship this week, and I hope you all will … Continue reading →
Join us from 9am-3pm on Saturday, June 11 for our Spring Tag Sale. Come find used treasures, tasty food, and friendly neighbors! Stop on by and say hello!
Back by popular demand! New Hempstead Presbyterian Church hosts an evening of food and entertainment on Saturday, April 23rd, 2016. Soups and desserts at 6:00pm; music, dance and comedy at 7:00pm. Contact Howard Whitehouse if you have a talent to share.
Admission: $10 adults; $5 children; $20 family admission
New Hempstead Church is a proud sponsor of the 6th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Celebration. The event takes place this year at Ramapo High School (400 Viola Road), on Monday January 18th. It’s a day of remembrance and celebration, featuring food, entertainment and inspirational speakers. Doors open at 3:00pm. Come visit us at our table, and learn more about our outreach and service to the local community.
We’ll be hosting our next Safe Havens in Murchison Hall on January 27-29th, and are in need of volunteers to help cook and serve dinner on those evenings. We also need overnight chaperones for those nights. Contact Pam Fink or Laura Metallo-Bidon if you’re available to help out. We’re also in need of toiletries to provide to our guests — personal size items are best. Drop them in the bin in the Colonial Room. Remember your neighbors in need by volunteering or donating to this effort.
All are welcome. Join us!
We are collecting MEN’S GLOVES to be delivered to clients of the Salvation Army Canteen Food Program in Spring Valley. Men’s gloves are most in need, since most of the individuals served by the Canteen program are young immigrant men looking for work. Purchase a pair of warm winter gloves and bring them to Church by Sunday, December 13th, so they can be delivered in time for Christmas. Contact Laura Bidon with any questions.
Our Youth Group is carrying on the proud NHPC tradition of assembling Thanksgiving Baskets for distribution to families in need this holiday season. Whether you can contribute an entire “basket,” a few items from the list, or prefer to make a monetary contribution, all donations are welcome! Be sure to bring your donations to church by Sunday, November 22nd so that we can distribute them in time for Thanksgiving. Items needed include: Stuffing mix, boxed potatoes, gravy, canned vegetables, canned sweet potatoes, corn bread mix, cake/brownie mix, cake frosting, applesauce, canned cranberry sauce, canned soup. Bring frozen turkeys and bread no earlier than November 22nd, so we can store them safely.