We are a diverse congregation serving central Rockland County, New York. We are joined in our belief that the church is called to be the continuing presence of Christ in the world. We do this by tending to the spiritual needs of our members and friends, and by working together for the health of our community and the world. We affirm our relationship to the Presbyterian Church (USA) family and live our mission by:
- Respecting differences and spiritually embracing all members of the community, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, religion or sexual orientation;
- Worshipping inclusively with joy, music, and expression of our varied cultures;
- Nurturing one another in Christian development and spiritual growth;
- Partnering with community organizations in mission to help those in need and promote social justice;
- Supporting world-wide efforts toward peacemaking, hunger and homeless relief, self-development of people, and Christian educational ministries;
- Using our buildings, grounds and facilities for the benefit of the community;
- Preserving our rich history while continuing to serve the community of which we are a part.
The New Hempstead Presbyterian Church is a member of the Presbyterian Church USA PC(USA).
During worship on February 16, Yvonne Bermudez was ordained and installed as a Deacon for New Hempstead Presbyterian Church. Also installed were returning Ruling Elders Pam Fink, Barbara Zacheis and Karen Martin and returning Deacons Donna Butson and Patricia Crockett. … Continue reading
It seems that you can’t listen to the news without reports of more violence, especially violence involving guns. For four Sundays in March, we will be studying “Gun Violence and Gospel Values”. This is a denominational resource guide written to … Continue reading
Sunday, March 2, the Rev. Margery Rossi will lead worship and preach. After worship, she will conduct a workshop on “Rediscovering our Spiritual Gifts.” Rev. Rossi lead this workshop for the Elders and Deacons in the fall, and it was … Continue reading
A congregational and corporation meeting has been called for Sunday, February 9, 2014 after Worship. All NHPC members are requested to attend. This will be our 279th Annual Meeting of the Congregation. The deadline for annual reports is Tuesday, January … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who volunteered for our December Safe Haven dates. Our next dates are scheduled for Friday, February 14th, and Friday, March 7th. Contact Laura Metallo-Bidon if you’d like to volunteer to cook, serve or be an overnight … Continue reading
We will celebrate the birth of Christ with a candle-light service on Christmas Eve (December 24) at 8 PM in the Sanctuary. The Eucharist will be celebrated. All are welcome to share in the joy, regardless of church affiliation.
The Church is praying for and collecting donations to help the efforts of Presbyterian Disaster Assistance in providing relief to the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. The Typhoon left many dead and hundreds of thousands displaced. Place a check, clearly marked … Continue reading
Mark your calendars for the annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service sponsored by Clarkstown Clergy. This year, it will be held on Tuesday, November 26 at New City Jewish Center (47 Old Schoolhouse Road, in New City) at 7:30 PM. We look … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe, but Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner. To get us in the holiday mood, this year the Fundraising Committee is organizing a Holiday Boutique on Saturday December 7. The event will occur in the … Continue reading
We’re planning an Inquirers class for some time in November. Ed Garcia will be leading sessions on the history of the reformed tradition, the theory of Presbyterianism and what it means to be a Presbyterian. At the end of the … Continue reading