Did you know that Amazon will give 0.5% of eligible purchases to FPCY if you set the church as your designated charity in the Amazon Smile program?
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Just in time for Halloween, the First Presbyterian Church Concert Series will kick off its seventeenth season on Saturday, October 21st at 7:30 p.m., with Masquerade, featuring elegant... (More...)
Scripture reading: Isaiah 42:5-12
Sermon by Chip Low: Sing a New Song with Your Life
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Welcome to another new program year! I hope everyone has had a (relatively) easy time getting into the swing of the new school year! As your family lines up activities for the... (More...)
Elizabeth joins Grassroots as the fifth Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) to serve with the immigration team since 2012. The Young Adult Volunteer program with the Presbyterian Church (USA)... (More...)
Scripture reading: Genesis 12:1-4, Ecclesiastes 3:1-15
Sermon by Chip Low: Tools for Blessings
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Two new books to give you something to think about while you’re enjoying the rest of the summer:
Writer and former missionary Scott Dannemiller has a true gift for storytelling.... (More...)
“I am commissioned to follow Jesus and cross the borders that marginalize minority communities. I am asked to reflect on how I define ‘success’ and ‘abundance’... (More...)
The summer quickly draws to a close and we find ourselves back in our “normal” routines – kids are back in school, there are buses to catch, lunches to make, meetings and... (More...)
On Sunday afternoon, October 1st at 2:00 p.m., The First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown will offer a Blessing of the Pets. The blessing of animals reminds us to celebrate... (More...)
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