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Supper at Six – November 18th

Sunday, November 18th from 6 to 8 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the

Massapequa Church.

Members friends and family of our consolidating congregations are invited

to attend. Children and grandchildren are always welcome. We will be

playing bingo after dinner. Each attendee is asked to bring a dollar scratch

off card to be used as a prize for the Bingo winners. Please bring a covered

dish of your choice. Jeanne Menneg and Muriel Magrane will provide the

setup, beverages and desserts for this dinner. Please RSVP Muriel at

516-249-1854 if you plan on attending.

The Elaine Clifford Memorial Giving Tree

It’s that time of the year again. On Sunday, December 2nd. the Elaine Clifford Memorial Giving Tree will be decorate in the Massapequa sanctuary with your gifts for the needy.

The items that are especially needed are:  men’s thermal underwear (tops and bottoms, size large, no XL), gift cards from Target, Walmart, or Costco. (Gift cards are used to purchase work shoes.) We also need gloves, especially men’s hats, scarves, men’s sweatshirts (M&L,) and socks. For the children, we need new toys, board games, dolls, basket balls, and Soccer balls. Thank you for thinking of others during the Christmas Season. Our advocate for the homeless, Jillian will distribute your gifts to the needy.

giving tree

Supper at Six – Sunday, October 28th.

Sunday Supper at Six, October 28, 2018 6-8pm

United Presbyterian Church Halloween dinner and party, October 28th 2018 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Please join us in the Massapequa Fellowship Hall. All members, family and friends are invited especially children. Please wear a costume (if you feel comfortable doing so) and bring a potluck dish of your choice.

Beverages, dessert and set up will be provided by Jeanne Pearson & Sharon Slade.  Please RSVP to Sharon.

We will meet again on Sunday, November 18th

Joint Congregation Worship Schedule

Join our United Congregations for Worship on Sundays at 10am.

Summer Worship will continue in Miles Hall at the First Presbyterian Church of Levittown at through September 2nd.

Worship will return to the Levittown Sanctuary on September 9th. through the last Sunday in September.

Worship will begin at the Presbyterian Community Church of Massapequa on

Sunday, October 7th. at 10:00am.

 

Come & Worship

 

Pastor’s Post for February 2018

From the Pastor:

Sermons in Lent
Easter is early this year, which means that Ash Wednesday is just around the corner (February 14, 7 p.m. Massapequa). We are planning a confirmation class for this year, which will begin to meet during Lent. I am planning a series of Lenten sermons around the Apostles’ Creed, and I am asking the confirmands to attend church services during Lent, to hear and think about these sermons. At the same time, I want these sermons to be an opportunity for all church members, not just the confirmands, to return to the roots of their faith, to be reminded of the core beliefs that give us our identity as followers of Christ. In each case, we will also talk about how the Presbyterian Church looks at the elements of the Creed, and how our point of view is the same as or different from that of other denominations. This is a good time to re-examine the faith that brings us together, as we are in the process of re-organizing our life together to fashion one congregation out of two, so that Presbyterian-style Christianity can continue to witness in this area.

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Congregational Merger Process

If you have not already done so, please fill out and return the worship location survey, which is printed on pink paper. You can mail it in or put it in the basket in the narthex, or hand it to me. You can also provide an e-mail response.

On Sunday, February18 following the service at Levittown there will be an open discussion session on the state of repair of our two church campuses. A number of people have asked for more information on this subject, and those of us most knowledgeable about the buildings are expected to be there to answer questions.