The New Hempstead Presbyterian Church will be holding its annual picnic on Saturday, July 18th from noon to 6 PM at the New City Park Club. The club is located on Collyer Dr and Lake Avenue, off Little Tor Road. Hamburgers, hotdogs will be provided, signup in the Colonial room to bring a side dish for 8-10 people. Swim, play games or just relax with your church family.
Questions? Contact Carmen Bermudez.
It’s that time again – tell your friends, tell your neighbors that the annual NHPC Tag Sale is coming! The event will be Saturday, May 16 from 9 AM to 2 AM on the Great Lawn. We will have lots … Continue reading
Here is our Holy Week Schedule for 2015: Thursday, April 2 Maundy Thursday 8 PM Worship with Communion All who are baptized and trust Jesus Christ as their savior are invited to partake. Friday, April 3 Good Friday 8 PM … Continue reading
Kryste is offering individual vocal coaching sessions to choir members this month and continuing into the Easter season. Members of the congregation who are secretly interested in singing in our choir are invited to take advantage of this opportunity to … Continue reading
The church will be celebrating Bob Greenhalgh’s 100th birthday with a luncheon on Saturday, January 31 at noon. Lunch will be at the 76 House in Tappan. Cost is $30 per person. Please call the church by Friday, January 23rd … Continue reading
The youth group will be starting up again in January after the Christmas celebrations. Please remember the ongoing food drive to benefit the clients of People to People. For January, we are looking to collect soup. As always, anything donated … Continue reading
Come to the Holiday Boutique on Saturday, December 6 from 9am to 5pm. With two dozen vendors present, there will be lots of opportunities to shop for Christmas gifts, including jewelry, hand bags and accessories, cosmetics, clothing and scarves, Wreathes … Continue reading
The festival of Las Posadas (or “the Inns” in English) is celebrated in Mexico other Hispanic cultures beginning December 16. It is a festival that celebrates Mary and Joseph looking for a place to stay in Bethlehem, and usually takes … Continue reading
The first Sunday in Advent is November 30 and as is the tradition here, we will be decorating the church for the Christmas Season after the service that day. We’ll start at noon with a quick lunch, and then move … Continue reading
Do you find yourself without dinner plans for Thanksgiving this year? Not planning on travelling over the river and through the woods to grandma’s? Are you just tired of spending another holiday with your irritating brother-inlaw? Why not try something … Continue reading