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WELCOME TO NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

168 Payne Avenue

North Tonawanda, NY 14120

ABOUT NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Located in beautiful North Tonawanda, North Presbyterian Church offers congregants a place of comfort, hope, and a peace of mind for all their worshiping needs.
North Church was organized on April 30, 1891 as part of the Niagara Presbytery.
On May 17, 1898 ground was broken for a new church at 168 Payne Avenue.

Mark the Date

CHURCH FAMILY

CHRISTMAS DINNER
 
December 8th immediately following worship
 
Food: Mr. and Mrs. Catering
 
Adults $10.00 Kids free 

 

PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN CHRISTMAS PARTY
 
DECEMBER 2ND  
 Buffalo Pizza Project

North Tonawanda
 
Cost $20.00 Punch at 6pm, dinner at 6:30

 

BOOK CLUB   

3rd Monday of each month in the church parlor at 1:00pm

 

February

The Hidden Writer by Alexandra Johnson
 
March

The Boys in the Boat  by Daniel James Brown

April

The Magic of Ordinary Days by Ann Howard Creel

 

May

At Home in Mitford by Jan Karon
 
June

The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood

           Come and worship...

   

SUNDAY SERVICE

  • Every Sunday at 11:00am

  • Early Service 9:45 am (check calendar for dates)

  • Saturday Service  4:00 pm  on Nov 9

BIBLE STUDY  Wednesdays          7 pm

*  If you are attending for the first time, please contact the church office before noon on Wednesday for any updates or location changes.   716-693-7030

 

SUNDAY SCHOOL

 9:45 am

 

Choir 9:30 am

Bell Choir 9:00 am

CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES
3pm  Family Service 
7pm  Candlelight Service

10pm  Service
 
CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE

10am at North

Stu’s Side… Merry Christmas 2019
 
It’s a bit overwhelming to be staring a year known by clear numbers 2020 in the face. So for self-preservation let’s look back for a bit.  The HIGH point of the year could be our trip up Machu Picchu, but that would obscure the stolen carry-on in Santiago Chile at a Starbucks, the amazing food everywhere we travelled and the conversations between us and those we met.
 
Maddy led us to Peru as she spent almost three weeks working construction and health care with Global Leadership Adventures, as Quin had done similarly in Bali.  Quin and I decided that if we were going to Peru we might as well visit Lima, against some advice.  Laura did all the computer work organizing flights, buses, trains and overnight accommodations.  While the frugal one in the family appreciated the free lodging in the transport which happened overnight, the younger travelers are inspired to get good jobs so that they won’t do that as adults. Shopping, ice cream (repeat) tends to be the activity when nothing better presents itself, of course there is yarn to be purchased right next to the tea shops so that three drawer tea chest doesn’t fall into disrepair.  
 
There are churches to be explored, Quin even offered to go to Vespers with me in Alcala de Henares, where she is studying first semester of her sophomore year of college.  It amazes me that spell check knows the spelling of these places I had never been to.  In that town the university has been educating since 1292.  The cafes and pubs serve something sweet or savory with every beverage order at no extra cost.  We sort of grazed from café to café until we had eaten enough Tapas to be ready for – Ice cream.
 
Mad is taking six Advanced Placement courses as a senior. We don’t know when she gets the homework done but the grades suggest that invisible beings are accomplishing the studies and drop -boxing the info into her brain.  Sure wish sermon writing could be that easy. Laura and I essentially have the same jobs except that ministry certainly has new challenges all the time.  Recently younger families at Riverside ‘asked’ for a new service.  The small groups that I enjoy participating with at North fuel my imagination for topics, questions and conversation.  No doubt it is the unexpected question or comment outside of these small groups which encourage us to continue in ministry for God’s people.
 
As we enter 2020, may we have greater clarity and love for all those around us. May that be fueled by our faith. May 2020 have us sharing tea and talk closer than last year.  
 
Laura, Stuart, Quin and Maddy

OFFICE HOURS

Monday  9am - 3pm

Tuesday  9am - 12pm

Wednesday  9am - 12pm

Thursday  Closed

Friday  9am - 3pm

CONTACT US

Contact North Presbyterian Church today.

168 Payne Ave, North Tonawanda, NY 14120, USA

ntnorthpres@yahoo.com

(716) 693-7030

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