Vacation Bible School for children ages 3 through 10 will be held Monday to Friday, June 29 to July 3, from 3-5 p.m. Melanie Millard and The Rev. Lynn Dunn will co-teach the weeklong program. The parables of Jesus will be the theme of the week, exploring these parables with a variety of expressive arts and the traditional “wondering questions,” of the Godly Play program. A downloadable flier and registration form is available here.
Order Your Local Vegetables NOW!
Join the 2015 season of Lineage Farm organically-grown vegetables delivered right to White Plains Presbyterian Church! This will be WPPC's second season participating in the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program with Lineage Farm. This year's season begins in June and ends in November (20 weeks total).
How does the CSA work? Fill out a membership form. Send the form and payment to Lineage Farm to join for the season. Pick up your vegetables Saturdays from 10 a.m. -12 p.m. at WPPC! It's that easy.
Payment at the beginning of the season helps the farmers budget for seeds and equipment so that vegetable shares will be bountiful throughout the season. Lineage Farm also accepts weekly or monthly payments through SNAP benefits. Join now! Meet the fun community that develops over the season!
Job Posting for Director of Music Ministry
White Plains Presbyterian Church, a 215-member congregation, seeks part-time Director of Music Ministry. Experience in playing pipe organ, piano, and in choral conducting. Wide knowledge of sacred music of diverse styles and cultures. Experience in recruiting, training, and directing choirs of all ages. Will interact with pastor, church staff, and commissions in planning and presenting music for worship, as well as other congregational needs. Position open beginning January 2015. Send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. More information is available here.
Welcome to our Congregation
The White Plains Presbyterian Church is a historic, dynamic, and growing congregation. As a community of faith, our deepest commitment is to make the Christian faith engaging and relevant.
We worship each Sunday at 10:00am. In worship we blend different musical styles, share in an inclusive liturgy and listen for God's Word through thought-provoking, socially-aware preaching. We celebrate Holy Communion the first Sunday of every month. You will find a warm welcome within our multi-cultural congregation both within worship and at the coffee hour which follows.
We welcome and celebrate the presence of children in worship. Following song, prayer and a message for children, we offer church school classes from 10:15 - 11:15 for youngsters through the seventh grade. Additionally, we have an active and growing Youth Program for adolescents.
From Monday to Friday, the White Plains Presbyterian Church is always busy. Ongoing programs include our Nursery School, Spanish classes, Bible studies, Choir rehearsals, prayer luncheons, and an array of support and recovery groups.
We are an Earth Care / Green Faith Congregation
The White Plains Presbyterian has been certified as a PC(USA) Earth Care Congregation
through our enrollment in the Green Faith Program
. To become an Earth Care Congregation, we affirmed the Earth Care Pledge to integrate environmental practices and thinking into all facets of our church life. We have also completed projects and activities in the fields of worship, education, facilities, and outreach. We have done this because we feel called to be stewards of God’s creation and recognize environmental stewardship as an integral part of a sustainable future.
This year marks our tri-centennial year of mission and ministry (1714 - 2014). Even as we celebrate our 300 years of nurturing faith in this city, we commit ourselves to the future God is even now preparing.
Please plan to worship, or visit, with us some time soon. We are located at 39 North Broadway, two blocks north of Main Street in downtown White Plains.
As a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA), the White Plains Presbyterian Church is a member of the Hudson River Presbytery and the Synod of the Northeast.