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Advent 2020Please note that all activities are online. See www.nyapc.org and church emails to connect.November 29First Sunday in Advent Worship Service (prerecorded, available on website)December 5Virtual Advent Retreat – 10 am to noon Discipleship in the Gospels Class – 4 pmDecember 6Second Sunday in Advent Children’s Sunday School/Pageant Rehearsal – 9am Worship Service with Communion – 10 am Youth Pageant Rehearsal -…

Summer 2020 @ The New York Avenue Presbyterian Church

This summer, we’ll continue to connect online for learning and worship. Learn more about summer programming below and look for Zoom links on the Weekly Online Events page and in The Weekly eNewsletter.  Justice Film Series via Zoom – Wednesdays and Saturdays online Summer movies take on new meaning with our seasonal film series. We’ll provide study guides for youth, young adults,…

ONLINE WORSHIP ONLY Sundays

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, in-person worship has been suspended until further notice. Worship will instead be conducted virtually, using the video conferencing platform, Zoom. Put on your favorite pair of pajamas, grab some coffee, and join your community of faith for online worship, fellowship, and reflection. Online worship is at 10:00 a.m. Please click here to participate by video or dial…

2020 Stewardship Update

It is 2020 and we are still taking pledges for the year to reach our goal of $700,000. If you have yet to pledge for 2020, please do so! Pledges are accepted online (https://tinyurl.com/tmjkaoz) or with a paper pledge card placed in the offering plate. Thank you to the 142 individuals and families who have pledged $670,238 thus far! New York Avenue would…

Free 2020 Calendars Available

The McClendon Scholar Program has once again purchased copies of the Equal Justice Initiative’s 2020 Calendar on The History of Racial Injustice and they are available free to NYAPC members who are interested. The limit is one per family and you can pick up your calendar at the main reception desk in the church office as long as supplies last.

First Sunday FaithTalk, January 5

The next FaithTalk will be at 5:30 p.m. at Gwenn and Paul Gebhard’s home. We’ll be discussing the meaning of Epiphany for us today.  For details and to RSVP, or to be added to the FaithTalk email list, contact meghouse8@gmail.com. These are informal gatherings to discuss issues of faith. All you need to bring is an interest in faith, a willingness to discuss, and a donation for a…