We are a friendly church in the village of Croton-on-Hudson, NY. Our members come from a variety of Christian backgrounds and from many countries of the world. Please join us in our journey of faith. Learn more about us.
Sunday Worship Service, 10 a.m.
We welcome you to worship with us in person each Sunday morning. Services are also streamed live on Facebook and YouTube and recordings are available for later viewing. Please wear a mask when entering the church. After you sit, if you are socially distanced from others and vaccinated, you may remove your mask at your discretion. Many may keep their masks on for the entire service, which is the preferred option. Join us in the parish hall for coffee hour after the service.
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Sunday School for children has restarted this fall and will meet about twice a month from 9:00-9:55 a.m. Please contact the church office or Pastor Johnson for the current schedule.
Our new church newsletter for October and November is available here.
On Wednesday, October 27, we will start a new six-week study on gratitude. Class is each Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:00 p.m. We meet in the lower level of the parish hall, or you may join remotely using Zoom. All are welcome!
God’s Work. Our Hands.
On September 12 we were delighted to join with over 9100 ELCA congregations participating in “God’s work. Our hands.” Sunday. Across the country, thousands of members engaged in service work to have a positive effect in our communities, build and deepen relationships, and share God’s love.
- We collected and donated 224 pounds of rice and 159 cans of beans to Padres Hispanos in Ossining, far exceeding our goal of 40 pounds of rice and 100 cans of beans. We learned that Padres Hispanos has just graduated a class of 27 certified home health aides, ready for placement.
- During our worship service, we blessed 38 quilts, 22 baby care kits, 140 health care kits, and 46 school kits completed throughout the past year for Lutheran World Relief.
- Members wrote letters to Congress advocating for food security, housing, and protecting the environment.
Your continued financial support is essential during this difficult time. You may bring or mail your contributions to the church or contribute online.