We welcome you to worship with us
at Union Church
In-Person or Online
Hybrid Worship every Sunday at 10:30 AM
Services will continue to be streamed on our YouTube.
Pastor John T. Redman
Introducing Commissioned Ruling Elder John Redman.
John has been a Deacon and Elder in the First Presbyterian Church in Goshen, NY for over 25 years. He has recently completed the CLP/CRE online program from Dubuque Theological Seminary.
He represents 5 counties in the Hudson Valley on the New York State School Boards Association Board of Directors.
In-Person & Online
10:30 am every Sunday
Hybrid worship will have in-person seating, following CDC guidelines, and
streamed on our YouTube channel
to view from home.
Click here for text bulletin.
In-person Fellowship/Coffee Hour after worship in Fellowship Hall or outside.
We have stopped Virtual Fellowship.
OPEN: Aug. 30 & Sept. 1
OPEN: Sept. 13 & Sept. 15
OPEN: Sept. 27 & Sept. 29
Food Pantry OPEN EVERY OTHER WEEK
Monday & Wednesday: 9:30 - 11:30 am
This is a time for pulling together
and sharing as much as we can.
By wearing our masks, washing hands,
and observing 6 feet social distancing,
we can do this!
BARN SALE Meeting Mon. Aug. 16 at 11:30 am.
Please attend if you have signed up to volunteer. New volunteers welcome!
DONATIONS: There are only 2 days left to drop off items, Aug.17 and Sept. 14.
NO CLOTHING. NO large furniture.
Thank you for all the donations.
Contact Jeff Bousche for more information.
We believe that we are called to serve and worship God, to preach God's word and
to share God's love with each other, both within the community of Union Church
and in the wider community.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Union Church welcomes all
newcomers and families.
Union Church has been a force in the religious life of Newburgh for over
180 years. We moved to our present location over 60 years ago.
We are a member of the
Hudson River Presbytery.
To all essential workers and community volunteers—
We offer a heartfelt THANK YOU for
YOUR heroism during the pandemic.
As with the Apostle Paul, who expressed gratitude to Prisca and Aquila "who risked their necks for my life,
to whom not only I give thanks,
but also..." (Romans 16.3)
"We do not cease to give thanks
for you as we remember you in
our prayers." (Ephesians 1.16)