Family Programs

Bible Study

Colony Park Bible Study is led by The Rev. Dr. Betsey Crimmins in the Community Room at the Colony Park Apartments. It meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 1pm.  Check the church calendar for an upcoming date.

Food Pantry

Food Pantry at North Presbyterian Church is a mission of our church to collect non-perishable food items and donate them to the Food Pantry  at North Presbyterian Church.  A shopping cart is in the lobby area of the church where anyone can place items to be donated.  Ongoing needs at the food pantry are cereals, pasta, canned fruits & vegetables, peanut butter and soups.

Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts Program

Our church hosts a variety of Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts troops.  For more information, please contact their websites www.fiverivers.org (Boy Scouts) and www.gsnypenn.org (Girl Scouts).

Happy House Nursery

Happy House Nursery is pleased to offer a pre-school in First Presbyterian Church.  We provide programming for children 3 & 4 years of age.  For more information, please visit our website at www.happyhousenursery.com.

Hokusei Gakuen Schools

Hokusei Gakuen Schools in Sapporo, Japan.  In the 1880’s, First Pres sent member Sarah Smith to Japan as a missionary.  There she founded a Christian girls’ school in Sapporo. Five girls were her first students. Hokusei Gakuen has grown from those humble beginnings into a girl’s high school, a co-ed high school, a junior college and a university, which serve over 7,000 students in total. Staying connected in a high tech world still takes a personal touch. To that end, First Pres receives and hosts an exchange student from the girls high school once every other year. As part of the university student’s English classes, members of First Pres participate in email exchanges with university students who are learning English. In addition, First Pres has sent high school students to Hokusei schools on short exchange stays.  This is a mission of cultural understanding as well as a mission of encouragement to Christian schools which serve in the midst of a largely non-Christian culture.