Newcomb Presbyterian Church members actively contribute time and service in support and care for those in need. Our church demonstrates care for our members and expresses an inclusiveness of visitors and new worshipers. In addition, we feel it is important that we reach out to people who may not see the relevance of the church to their lives. Our church seeks to glorify God, do God's work, and minister to all people.
Household and non-perishable food items may be brought to the church and placed in the closet in the narthex, or brought to the church office during the week. As you do your grocery shopping, remember those families who are struggling with daily needs. Buy an extra item or two to donate to the food pantry.
Elders / Seniors
Newcomb Friends meets at noon on the second Saturday of each month (except January and February), either at the church or at a restaurant. Activities includes viewing special films, guest speakers, fine programs and good food. Everyone is welcome to participate.
Following the Children’s Sermon, children are dismissed to enjoy Sunday School during the worship service. A staffed nursery is also available for infants and toddlers during Sunday morning services.
After we teach our children the important stories of our faith, we need to guide them as they apply these lessons in their own lives. Our Cross Trainers group for youth in Middle School and Senior High encourages them to receive and respond to all of their life experiences as disciples of Jesus.
Music is an important part of the worship and life of Newcomb Presbyterian Church. Soloists and small groups, both vocal and instrumental, add to our worship services many Sundays. Children are encouraged to take part as well through singing in church and playing the hand chimes at various times throughout the year. Through all of our music offerings, we strive to truly "make a joyful noise to the Lord!"
There are several programs in place that our congregation actively contribute time and service toward. These programs include a yearly blood drive, comfort food ministry, local food pantries, Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army meals, human trafficking awareness, and many others.