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Our regular worship services are on Sunday mornings at 8:30 and 10:45. Church school and Faith4Life classes are held at 9:30. During the summer, we have one worship service on Sunday mornings at 10:00am.

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We have information on this website about:

    • Our Co-Pastor, Chip Low
    • Our Co-Pastor, Tami Seidel
    • Our Church

      Our church ministers within the suburban communities around Yorktown, NY. We belong to a group of 11,456 churches known as the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), a denomination with a membership of 2,742,192. The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is divided into 16 geographical areas called synods. The First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown is in the Synod of the Northeast. Each synod is divided into smaller areas called presbyteries. Our church is in the Hudson River Presbytery.Read about our long church history by clicking here
    • Our People

      Our church family includes 600 people — young and not-so-young, from a variety of church backgrounds, drawn together to be God’s people in this place and time. Our congregation includes people who live in over 10 surrounding towns, some who have lived in Yorktown for well over 50 years, and newcomers who have just arrived in the area. As an inclusive faith community, the First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown is a “More Light” congregation that encourages inclusiveness and the full participation of all people regardless of race, age, gender, income, marital status or sexual orientation.