Our Services are
In Person and Online
Who We Are
With Presbyterians across the country, we see the mission of the church as organized under the Six Great Ends
Come Join Us
We have study groups, service-oriented groups, volunteer activities, and many more ways to get involved
On July 31st a joint service was held with:
Presbyterian Church in Burlington,
Clinton Presbyterian Church,
Newton Presbyterian Church, and
Church of the Covenant ~
the Zoom link has been posted
to our Youtube channel
Click Here for details
Join us every WEDNESDAY night from 6-6:30pm with Boston’s Church of the Covenant for evening prayer liturgy.
Bring your celebrations and concerns, and we will lift them up together.
Feel welcome to bring a candle to light as we gather virtually on Zoom
(if it requests a passcode, use 924453)
Click here for the Zoom link
Women’s Life Group has concluded its study of James.
We will organize periodic gatherings during the summer, schedule to be announced.
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To become involved or simply to learn more about our church:
Supporting the works of NPC through social media and publications, virtually and even as we return to in-person worship
Building strong relationships and providing support at home and abroad
Our key emphases are on worship and Christian education for people of all ages
Hosting events and activities to build and strengthen our church community
We ensure that the church can provide for immediate and long term needs
Providing guidance to others through compassion, witness, and service
Newton Presbyterian Church presents an online art show
“Moved by the Spirit”
“Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities,
but it is the same God who activates all of them in everyone. To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good.”
1 Corinthians 12: 4-7
Newton Presbyterian Church is renewing its commitment to the words of Paul, exemplifying the Spiritual Gifts around us.
We believe that artistic works from the community deserve to be noticed and showcased to the world.
Presbyterians Today, the national publication of PC(USA), featured the art show in an article in their September issue.