Community Vacation Bible School July 15-19, 2013
The program begins at 8:45am and will end at 12:00 noon. Registration forms are available at the church. The deadline to register is June 9th. read more ...
Volunteers are also needed -- and there are forms for volunteers, too.
Youth Group This Week
Please bring your permission slips for Swing-a-Thon (Sat May 25-26) and the end of year Picnic and Pool Party (Tue, May 28).
Don't feel like we're picking on you -- advisors have their own forms to fill out.
If you use Facebook, ask to join the Setauket Presbyterian Youth Groups group.
Youth group will take a break after the Pool Party while you all study and take your finals. read more ...
Summer recreation starts on June 25!
Church Summer Sale
In response to a request for information, the Church Book Sale and White Elephant Sales will be held this year on June 8, 2013, starting at 10am.
People wishing to donate or drop off items for sale can bring books from June 2 to June 5, and usable items for the White Elephant sale on Monday, June 3 until June 6. Do not leave fish tanks, furniture, or large appliances such as microwave ovens. read more ...
What you can do by pledging:
- Express your gratitude to God.
- Give glory to God
- Sustain our programs
- Offer a welcoming place
- Help those in need
- Pay our bills and compensate our staff
Offering envelopes are available to members and friends who have made donations. The 2013 envelopes are on a table in the hallway. If your envelopes aren't there, please send a note.
Pledge reports may now be delivered electronically to your email address, by contacting the Financial Secretary.
If you have not yet made a pledge, or you need to revise your pledge, there are pledge cards and envelopes on the hall table. You can place pledges in the offering, or deliver them to the office.
You may send a donation to the church postal address or using electronic payment or by arrangement with the Financial Secretary.
Flowers in the church
Looking to honor or remember a loved one or celebrate a special event?
Donationg the Sunday flowers is a great way to do it!
If you have a milestone you'd like to share with the congregation, call the church office.
Food Pantry Donations
Our church is collecting on a regular basis for the Ministries in Coram.
Canned soups, vegetables, fruits and meats, rice, dried beans, pasta, spaghetti sauce, peanut butter, jelly, cereal, lunch box juice packs, baby food, and formula.
Personal items needed include #4 disposable diapers, baby wipes, toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, deodorant, baby and childrens' clothes.
Welcome to our Web site -- please enable scripts to see the navigation menu
To navigate to other pages, hover over the menu choices (Home, About Us, News and Events) and click. If you don't see the navigation menu choices above, use the links in the previous sentence or enable scripts on this site.
Try the Site Search to find pages and events.
If you register and login, some other features and content will be made available. For example, there's a photo page. You must be at least 13 to register.
If you forget your password, use the forgot your password feature of the login page.
If you forget your username, send a note.
To get started updating the content of this site, click on the login button above. Tutorial.
(Thanks to the folks who took the time to report problems).
Web content corrections? and notice of web site change this year
If you find one of the many mistakes on one of these pages, or you think there's something missing from the web site, please click on the "read more..." link to submit a correction or addition.
If you find anyone else's copyrighted material or photos on this web site or anything that we should have obtained permission before posting here, please let us know. We try to obtain permission and releases.
In other news: This web site will be converted to a different web site content management program sometime in 2013. It's OK for you to keep working on this site -- the more up-to-date, the better. read more ...
If you are interested in web sites -- helping with this one or learning about how they work -- please let us know by using the link.
Community Garden signing up...
The community garden is tilled and ready for sowing.
If you're interested in participating, send an email or fill out a comment form.
See the Read More link for a brochure for our Community Gardeners.
Our church gardeners plant whatever they wish and donate half of the harvest to Welcome INN.
All gardeners are welcome to participate with donations from home gardens.
This effort was inspired by Plant a Row for the Hungry, a national public service program developed in 1995 by the Garden Writers Association. Participants are asked to plant an extra row to their existing vegetable gardens and donate this surplus.
In 2009, the Sunday School began our program with one row (14x20) and donated 30lb. read more ...
In 2010, the community garden expanded to nine 9x12 plots and donated 501lb.
In 2011, the community garden expanded to twelve plots and donated 570lb.
In 2012, the community garden did not expand, and donated a lot of vegetables.
Thanks for your support at the Talent Show Sunday, April 7th at 5:30pm
Thanks to God for all who contributed, participated, and especially for those who continued to applaud the many various acts in the talent show.
Thanks for the cooks and the home cooked chili dinner!
Thanks for the generous support. The evening was a very successful fund-raiser for the youth mission trip.
Thanks from House and Grounds
House and Ground is looking for volunteers to help paint the new sanctuary windows.
If you are can help with any of the small (or big) jobs around the church, please call the House & Grounds Moderator or sign up on the bulletin board in the hall.
The House and Grounds committee takes care of the building, churchyard, parking lot, and manse. Thanks to each person who takes on the small and big chores around the church, from closet cleanups to fixing the broken plumbing and parking lot repair. Thank you, too, to everyone who spots problems and reports them.
Please continue to suggest opportunities and spot problems and let the church know when you fix things. You can call, email, or use the general purpose web form reachable via the "read more" link below. read more ...
Yes, this web site is an authentic reproduction of the actual web site that was present in 1812 when the current meeting house was built.
The church has had many renovations over the 200 years it has been in use. Major renovations were in 1868, 1958, 1985, and 1990.
The exterior is pretty much the same, except the wood shingles on the roof were replaced in 1972 and there are some storm windows placed over the windows, and the windows are going to be replaced. The weathervane was replaced when the steeple was fixed up. read more ...