Service of Welcome for Rev. Grace Postponed

Created: Monday, December 30, 2019

The service of welcome for Interim Pastor Rev. Grace Bowen will be postponed. We will announce the new date when it becomes available.

As a result, we will hold our regular Sunday worship service on Jan. 12 at 10:45 AM.

2019 Advent Schedule

Created: Sunday, December 1, 2019

Here is FPCN's Advent and Christmas schedule for 2019:

Sun. Dec. 1 (10:45 AM): 1st Sunday of Advent worship service in the sanctuary

Sun. Dec. 8 (10:45 AM): 2nd Sunday of Advent worship service in the sanctuary

Sun. Dec. 15 (10:45 AM): 3rd Sunday of Advent worship service in the sanctuary

Sun. Dec. 22 (10:45 AM): Christmas Sunday worship service in the sanctuary

Sun. Dec. 22 (12:15 PM): Christmas party and lunch in the Social Hall

Tue. Dec. 24 (8:00 PM): Christmas Eve candlelight service in the sanctuary


FPCN Thanksgiving and International Night Dinner on Sat. Nov. 23

Created: Sunday, October 20, 2019

Thanksgiving DInner

FPCN's annual Thanksgiving and International Night dinner will take place on Sat. Nov. 23 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.

The Thanksgiving service, officiated by Rev. Grace, will run from 6:00 to 6:30 PM.

The International Night program will take place immediately after the service. It will consist of the Parade of Nations, turkey dinner with dishes from around the world brought in by guests, and entertainment and other performances.

All are invited to come, give thanks, and enjoy our night of celebration. For more information, contact the church office at 718-639-3126.


Local Walking Tour Includes Stop at FPCN

Created: Friday, October 18, 2019

The Elmhurst History & Cemeteries Preservation Society is organizing a walking tour of historic sites in Elmhurst from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM on Sat. Oct. 26.

This walking tour will focus on the Queens Blvd. section of Elmhurst but does some interesting twists and turns. Come see the only Newtown Pippin Apple trees left in the community of its birthplace, visit a hidden cemetery, see some modernist buildings, and much more.Continue to discover Elmhurst’s beginnings as a Dutch and English settlement called Middleburgh, its ties to the American Revolution, its transformation into the town of Newtown, then Elmhurst, and see the multi-cultural community it is today. The tour will be led by lifelong Elmhurst resident James McMenamin. The tour will cover a range of historic sites, fun facts, pop culture, local culture and some of the organization’s preservation initiatives in the community.

The tour begins at the Newtown Playground on Grand Ave. and 92 St. The cost of the tour is $20. Tickets are being sold online by Eventbrite at