Come to the Presbtyerian Church in Needham on August 29th from 10am to 5pm to purchase a new, factory direct, brand named mattress or mattress and box spring set. You'll receive a deep discounted prince and the proceeds will go to support PCN, the Boy Scouts Troop 13 and the Needham Community theater.
Summer Mission Project:
Growing food for Needham Community Council Food Pantry
by farming at the Needham Community Farm
Our season of mission outreach, in partnership with the Needham Community Farm, has begun! As our congregation embarks on a new kind of volunteer project - one that will allow for continuous ministry and sustainable relationships - it is our hope that we can contribute in meaningful and life giving ways to the work of the NCF, which will allow fellow brothers and sisters, whom receive assistance at the food pantry, to have access to safe, nutritious, and fresh fruits and vegetables. Through environmental stewardship, intentional food justice ministry, and Jesus' embodiment of radical love, let us grow in faith and mission as we grow, tend, and harvest. Visit the Needham Community Farm's website (http://needhamfarm.org) for more information on how to volunteer.
The church reforming, and being reformed
The life of any church is a balance between tradition and innovation, between doing what we have always done and finding new things to do. If you have been looking for a worshiping community that is solidly grounded in its faith, that knows its history and its traditions, but is also engaged in rediscovering the core elements of Christian faith and re-envisioning them in the light of today's world, then come worship with us.
Rational, worshipful, spiritual and communal, we strive to live out our faith in community. Our services are open to all who seek the Grace of Jesus Christ, who desire to the know the love of God and hunger for the fellowship of the Spirit.
"I invite all seekers, all inquirers and all those interested in discovering (or rediscovering) the Reformed Traditions of the Christian faith to come and fellowship with us."
--Rev. Donald P. Hammond