Daughters of Eve and Sons of Adam of any age are invited to CPC Fellowship Hall at 6 pm Friday, February 9th. We’ll celebrate the victory of Aslan the Lion and his allies over the White Witch and her frozen spell over Narnia by retelling C.S.Lewis’ beloved story of The Lion, the Witch and the […]
The Cornwall Presbyterian Church will host its Annual Lasagna Dinner on Saturday, February 24, 2024 from 4:30-7pm. The Proceeds will benefit Habitat of Humanity of Greater Newburgh. Homemade lasagna, salad and desert are on the menu! The cost is $14 for adults, $8 for children 5-11; children 4 and under are free. The dinner is
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. On Saturday, today, we are expecting the first major snowfall in several years, with the heaviest snow falling Sunday morning between 6:00 AM and 4:00 PM on Sunday. So first things first: be prepared and check on your neighbors who might need extra help ensuring their
Sunday, October 8th, bring you cats (in travel cases), dogs, fish, birds, reptiles, chinchillas, chickens, etc. for a Blessing of the Animals. Bring them all that we may join with them in a cacophony of praise. Please be mindful of others, and of your animals’ needs, as you find your place in the sanctuary. If
Unfortunately the weather does not look good for September 10th so we will meet in the Sanctuary instead.
Update: The weather is not in favor so we will sing of the joys of creation and of the rivers but a little further away than planned. Please join us in the Sanctuary or online instead of at the Hudson River. This Sunday, September 10th, is the Second Sunday in the Season of Creation, known
The four Sundays of September and the first Sunday of October this year will be observed by Cornwall Presbyterian Church as the Season of Creation. The annual cycle of scripture and prayer that has shaped Christian worship ever since the earliest church has been equally shaped by the life of Jesus (Advent-Epiphany-Lent-Easter) and the life
Several congregants participated in a rich conversation about Black history the last Sunday in February after worship. Each had chosen one or more books to read and to share with the group, which placed a great diversity of books and films before us and allowed us to learn not only from each other but about