ABOUT US

We strive to serve God, and through the grace of Jesus Christ, our community.

OUR MISSION

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.

God's call includes an interior as well as an exterior dimension. We need to foster our own individual spirituality and open our individual relationships with God while developing and using the gifts and talents God has given us. This will allow us to enlarge our strong community of believers who care for and support each other. We are at the same time called individually and as a church community to reach out into the wider community to serve and to spread God's word and love there.

We believe that as a faith community who serves Jesus Christ we are called, as He was, to welcome all people into our congregation who wish to join with s in serving and worshiping Him. Within our congregation, we differ in our responses to issues of tolerance and diversity. We believe that God calls us to continue to struggle with these important issues so that we can create a Christian community that serves all of God's people.

WHAT WE DO

Please join us for our worship services on Sundays. Children begin worship in the sanctuary with us and are dismissed to Sunday School following the weekly Children's Sermon led by members of our congregation.

Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month and at important Holidays in the life of the Church. All who profess faith in Jesus Christ are welcome to participate in Communion

After worship, we generally meet for coffee hour in our community hall. Please stay for coffee, juice or a snack and make yourselves known to us.

Youth Group, Confirmation Classes, Choir Participation, Vacation Bible School, Weekly Food Pantry and other Mission Projects are all a part of our Church Life.

OUR COMMUNITY

We are a diverse community of believers drawn from Newburgh, New York and surrounding Orange County, New York region.

We strive to support local mission projects both as individuals and as a church community. We regularly contribute work and ministry to our local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. .........

OUR MISSION
WHAT WE DO

Please join us for our worship services on Sundays. Children begin worship in the sanctuary with us and are dismissed to Sunday School following the weekly Children's Sermon led by members of our congregation.

Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month and at important Holidays in the life of the Church. All who profess faith in Jesus Christ are welcome to participate in Communion

After worship, we generally meet for coffee hour in our community hall. Please stay for coffee, juice or a snack and make yourselves known to us.

Youth Group, Confirmation Classes, Choir Participation, Vacation Bible School, Weekly Food Pantry and other Mission Projects are all a part of our Church Life.

OUR COMMUNITY

We are a diverse community of believers drawn from Newburgh, New York and surrounding Orange County, New York region.

We strive to support local mission projects both as individuals and as a church community. We regularly contribute work and ministry to our local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. .........

OUR MISSION

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.

God's call includes an interior, as well as an exterior dimension. We need to foster our own individual spirituality and open our individual relationships with God while developing and using the gifts and talents God has given us. This will allow us to enlarge our strong community of believers who care for and support each other. We are at the same time called individually and as a church community to reach out into the wider community to serve and to spread God's word and love.

We believe that as a faith community that serves Jesus Christ we are called, as He was, to welcome all people into our congregation who wish to join with us in serving and worshiping Him. Within our congregation, we differ in our responses to issues of tolerance and diversity. We believe that God calls us to continue to struggle with these important issues so that we can create a Christian community that serves all of God's people.

WHAT WE DO

Please join us for Sunday worship services. Children begin worship in the sanctuary and are dismissed to Sunday School after the weekly Children's Sermon which is led by members of our congregation.

Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month and at major church holidays. All who profess faith in Jesus Christ are welcome to participate.

Please stay for coffee, juice or a snack after the service.

Regional Youth Group, Confirmation Classes, Choir Participation, Adult Bible Study, Men's Breakfast, Senior Luncheons, Vacation Bible School, Weekly Food Pantry and other Mission Projects are all a part of our Church Life.

To participate in any event, please see our calendar for specific dates and times.

WHAT WE OFFER

We strive to support local mission projects both as individuals and as a church community. Please use our contact sheet or see our calendar for more information regarding participating in one of our ongoing activities:

  • Food Pantry

  • Samaritan's Way

  • Back Pack Program

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • Other Local Projects

OUR COMMUNITY

We are a diverse community of believers drawn from Newburgh New York and the surrounding

mid-Hudson Valley region.

OUR HISTORY

 Union Presbyterian Church was formed on July 13, 1837. The first church was erected and dedicated on the southwest corner of North Street and Clinton Street on May 1, 1838. After moving into two other churches within the city,  in 1956, the Tudor styled estate of the Aspinall family was purchased and our first service was held on Easter Sunday, April 21, 1957.  The moving of the original pipe organ was among the first of changes required to turn the  "ballroom" of the estate into what is now our sanctuary.

 

In the intervening years, a Christian Education building was erected in 1966 and serves as an activity center for youth, adult, and community programs. In 1977 the south wall of the sanctuary along with original Tiffany stained glass windows was renovated  to serve an expanding membership.

 

Over our 180 year history, seventeen ministers have provided pastoral care and leadership that has touched the lives of many people within and outside the walls of Union Church.

FIND YOUR FAITH

Choir events are an integral part of our church life. View our most recent Easter Cantata from Spring 2019  or visit our YouTube to find out more about what a typical service looks like at our church.

This video is shared courtesy of Union Church.

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Newburgh, New York 12550

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