Upcoming Events

The Church of the Holy Communion, located at 1055 Route 6, Mahopac, NY, 10541, invites everyone to join in their upcoming special services.

Every day, the Church of the Holy Communion is proud of the warm, welcoming, family atmosphere the parish provides.  Programs such as Sunday school, prayer group and both local and international outreach are indicative of the church’s commitment to grow and serve God in this community. Sunday services are at 9:15 AM and Sunday School at 9:00 AM….All are welcome!

On May 15, 2018, we welcomed The Rev. Kathleen H. Berkowe as our new Priest-in-Charge. On May 18, Pentecost Sunday, The Rev. Kathleen H. Berkowe was the preacher and celebrant for the first time at the Church of the Holy Communion.

UPCOMING DATES:

Sept. 9: Vestry Meeting and first day of Sunday School

Sept. 16: Welcome Back Church Breakfast – Please sign up to help and invite family and friends to join us! The church will provide pancakes and bacon. We are asking for donations of juice and other breakfast items.

Sept. 19: DIOCESE OF NY Clergy Meeting – Rev. Kathleen – – Cathedral 10-am-3 pm

Sept. 22 & Nov. 3: DIOCESE OF NY  – Safe Church Training at the Cathedral 10 am  to 3 pm. Rev. Kathleen will attend Sept. 22

Sept. 23 – Nov. 16:  Adult Scripture Study during coffee hour on Sundays

Oct. 14: Interfaith CROP Hunger Walk – See Marie Salmon’s invitation below!

Nov. 9&10: NY Diocesan Convention – Rev. Kathleen and Vestry representatives will attend  – All are welcome to come and participate in the events!

Yes! Group Thanksgiving Activity (date to be announced)

Nov. 25: Baptisms at Church of the Holy Communion

Consecration Sunday – Date to be Announced

CROP Hunger Walk 2018

Putnam County CROP Hunger Walk supports local food pantries and helps end hunger worldwide. October 14, 2018, the walk will begin at 2 p.m. at the Lake Mahopac United Methodist Church, 85 Mt. Hope Road, opposite CVS on the Lake and near the Library. Registration begins at 1:30 pm. To donate, go to https://www.crophungerwalk.org/mahopacfallsny/