Our Race & White Privilege discussion group will meet on Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 7:30pm on the Great Lawn, weather permitting. We will be reading Ibram X. Kendi’s book How to Be Anti-Racist. Bring a lawn chair, a mask and be ready for thoughtful and lively discussion (socially-distanced, of course!).
We will be holding outdoor worship services beginning Sunday, July 12th on the Great Lawn (weather permitting). We will continue to stream on YouTube, so you can choose whether to attend in person or virtually. Either way, join us at 9:55 for the Prelude! In case of bad weather, service will be live streamed only. The Session has put together a set of policies for in-person worship: https://nhpchurch.org/COVID-19restart2020.pdf. Masks and social distancing will be required. You will also be asked some screening questions regarding covid-19. There will be no singing and no spoken responses. Please read the full set of policies before you attend. Join us in worshiping the Lord, either in-person or virtually!
Worship on July 5th will be a joint presbytery service, which can be accessed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwFiD4xpo84&feature=youtu.be. The bulletin, as always, is available on our website. The service will include virtual communion, so have your elements ready.
Prayers for a safe and happy holiday weekend!
Remember that Summer Worship starts at 10:00am, beginning 6/21/20. If you tune in late, you can always watch the recording! Don’t forget to print out your bulletin and follow along!
By now, you should have received your June copy of The Carriage Stone. My column for that, about hope, is still relevant (and I think always will be, till hope is fulfilled when the reign of God comes “on earth, as it is in heaven”). The events of the last week have compelled me to speak to you again, my beloved congregation. I doubt there is anyone in … Continue reading →
The Session has authorized virtual communion for this Sunday. Before you tune in to our worship service, please have your elements ready: Grape juice, or wine and bread.Continue reading →
As many of you know by now, my father, Lee Knight, passed away early this morning. I am so grateful to have been his daughter, and to have had such a wonderful father. Howard essentially took it upon himself to be my father’s caregiver, and I will be forever grateful for his love, help, and support of my dad. Howard and I are grateful to each and every one of … Continue reading →
Pastor Lori shares brief videos to help us through these difficult times. You can find these videos on our YouTube Channel. Here are links to each, with most recent at the top of the list:
Who would have thought that we would experience a Holy Week like this one? During the highest Holy Days of the Christian Year, we cannot worship together in the traditional sense. But, as I hope you discovered on Palm Sunday, the Worship of God still goes on. The Palm Sunday Presbytery-wide service was wonderful Rev. Casey Carbone, pastor at Mahopac Presbyterian Church edited videos from over one third of the … Continue reading →