UPCOMING EVENTS

 

ATTENTION:

A message from the NPC Board of Session

 
To the extent allowed by NYS, masks are optional in the building and the sanctuary, including during worship. We will continue with contact tracing. You can also listen to Pastor’s sermons online or worship in the parking lot via our 1700AM radio station. Groups and meetings will continue. Please continue to practice common sense measures for social distancing and hygiene during these uncertain times.
Stay safe everyone.
Please know that you are deeply cared for.
“He will never leave you nor forsake you.
Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” 
Deuteronomy 31:8
The Annual Rummage Sale will be held                          Saturday, September 17 from 9am – 2pm      
Bag sale from 2pm – 3pm
 
Rummage may be dropped off to Willits Hall from              August 29-September 14
 
Please no TVs or borken or stained items.
 
Volunteers needed:
8/29 -9/16 to sort and organize donations
9/17 to sell items
9/17 to pick up after the sale
 
Please contact Suzie Hoskins to volunteer or with any questions.

PASTOR EMERITUS SUNDAY

AUGUST 28, 2022

9:30 AM 

REV. DR. ROBERT A. EDMUNDS

 PREACHING

 

Bob Edmunds served as pastor of North Presbyterian

Church from 1983 – 1999.
 

On 09/08/2019 the North Presbyterian Church        

congregation elected to bestow the honor of               

Pastor Emeritus to Bob Edmunds. 
 

Bestowing the title Pastor Emeritus upon a

retiring pastor is a way for the congregation to honor

and to demonstrate respect and gratitude for his                   

pastoral service.
 

“Let the elders who rule well be considered worthy of double honor, especially those who labor in preaching and teaching.”

1 Timothy 5:17

 

Worship in the Park will be Sunday, August 14 at 10:30 am in the pavilion at Grove Park. There will be a picnic lunch following worship. Please join us!
If you would like to donate Chancel Flowers, please contact Lori Lee.
Available Sundays for June and July 2022 are :
 June 12, 19 & 26 and July 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31
Please take them home to enjoy after the service.
 NPC Bell Choir and Good News Singers 
  • Bell Choir practices are on Wednesdays at 6:15 pm.
  • The Good News Singers have taken a break for the Summer and will begin practices again in September.
Women’s Bible Study has taken a break for the Summer and will resume in September.
Please contact Suzie Hoskins if you are interested.
Wednesday Noon Bible Study
has taken a break for the Summer and will resume on September 7.  
Please contact Bobbi Furnas if you’re interested.
Men’s Bible Study
has taken a break for the Summer and will meet again in September. Please contact Kurt Kalweit if you are interested.
 Please join us for Church Work Days.
Our next work day will be Saturday, July 16th.
 
 
Sunday School is in recess for the summer and will resume in September.
 
 
 

Secure Document Destruction by Southern Tier Industries

Note: Sale of the destruction bags is currently on pause

until the church re-opens.

ARC’s professionally trained team helps you protect your sensitive, confidential information. Each security shred bag holds up to 30 pounds of documents and has a flat bottom for easy loading. Once full, return to Southern Tier Industries, 711 Sullivan Street in Elmira. Youth Ministry will have these security shred bags for sale for $20.00. $10.00 from each purchase will stay here at North Pres to support our youth programming. Please see Deb Stamp to purchase or with questions.

 

Youth Ministry is selling t-shirts!

Each shirt is 100% cotton, Columbia Blue in color, featuring the NPC logo. Adult sizes are S – XXL and are priced from $15.00 to $22.00. We also have youth t-shirts available, sizes S – L, for $15.00. All proceeds will benefit the NPC Children and Youth Ministry program. Your support is greatly appreciated! Contact Deb Stamp with questions.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Meyer Scholarship Fund, administered by North Presbyterian Church, was established to help needy and worthy students further their education. The scholarship may be used at any nationally-accredited post-high school or post-graduate institution. The Scholarship Committee believes that the Meyer Fund allows North Church an opportunity to be unique in the world of academic scholarships. While the typical academic scholarship focuses primarily on scholastic achievement measured by grades, the Meyer Scholarship Fund is designed with the understanding that applicants have spiritual experiences as well. In short, the Meyer Scholarship will recognize the applicant’s Christian experience, their journey of faith. Please call the church office and leave a voice message for an application. Your message will be returned within one business day.
Applications must be snail mailed to the church
and postmarked by July 31.