I don’t know it you’ve seen the picture of the priest in South America—his church is empty (as is our right now.) But not quite. He has pictures taped along all the pews—pictures of his congregants and their families. This way, when he is saying Mass, he is reminded of his congregation; that they are in some mysterious way present even if not physically, and that they will be together …Continue reading →
(OK, just resource, but maybe others will add more) Stop & Shop has special early morning hours for older shoppers at risk from Coronavirus. https://www.wcvb.com/article/stop-and-shop-grocery-store-special-hours-high-risk-coronavirus-high-shoppers/31676833 …Continue reading →
Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, We know that our God is good and faithful—all the time. We also are all aware of the potential dangers posed by the novel corona virus-19. In the interest of the health of the congregation, and the communities we live in, the Session of New Hempstead Presbyterian Church decided in a called meeting last night, March 12, 2020, that our worship would be …Continue reading →
Our Race & White Privilege study group will meet next on Wednesday, March 11th at 7:30pm in the Colonial Room. We’ll be discussing Michelle Obama’s book, Becoming. Come join us for discussion and courageous conversation.
Our Fellowship Committee will be showing the film “A Passage to India” on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 4:30 PM in the Sanctuary. Join us for an evening of exploration into the culture and history of India, as well as the social and racial consequences of colonialism. It’s sure to be a thought-provoking event. Note: this film deals with mature subject matter, and may not be appropriate for children.
Bring a new pair of warm, winter socks to church onSunday, February 16th. All donated hats, gloves and socks will be distributed to needy Rocklanders the following weekend. Remember our neighbors in need. A little warmth goes a long way….
There will be a meeting of the congregation and the corporation of the New Hempstead Presbyterian Church on Sunday, February 23 in the Sanctuary immediately following Worship. All members are urged to participate. Copies of the annual report will be available in advance. …Continue reading →
New Hempstead Presbyterian Church is collecting winter hats, gloves and socks for homeless and marginally housed individuals in Rockland County. Bring purchased items to Church in January and February; the Collection bin is located in the Colonial Room. Donated items will be distributed to individuals in Rockland County, in partnership with the Salvation Army Food truck in Spring Valley and other local programs. Remember our neighbors in need throughout the winter months. A little warmth can go a long way….
The Presbyterian Church is a connectional one, connected to other Presbyterian churches by similar faith and government. The Per Capita is a fee that our church pays to be part of that connection. The Per Capita goes to supporting the work of Hudson River Presbytery, The Synod of the Northeast, and the General Assembly. This year, our church’s fee is $38.80 per member, for a total of just under $3000. …Continue reading →