Noroton Presbyterian Church NPC Service Day 05-09-17

28 Community Service Projects in Noroton Presbyterian Church’s Annual Service Day

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Hundreds of members of Noroton Presbyterian Church (NPC) participated in 28 community service projects around Darien on Sunday, April 30 for the second annual NPC Service Day. The idea developed last year was for the church community to come together, all ages and stages, and serve their greater community. “NPC Service Day was a wonderful opportunity for our congregation to serve our community,” Interim Senior Pastor, Rev. Dr. John Seiders said. “What a great joy it was to see children, youth, and adults caring for people and the larger community in which we live. “In a day and age when people are polarized about all kinds of issues, it is our desire to actively care for our community and the people who are here.”

The day had projects for everyone, i.e. outside projects, sitting down projects, manual labor projects, etc.

Trunk or Treat for Kids this Halloween

Join in Trunk or Treat, a free, annual family event: Bring candy, kids in costumes and even decorated cars to the Noroton Presbyterian Church’s newly paved/designed parking lot on Oct. 30 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. There will be free goodie bags for all children. Click here for more information. Fill your trunk with treats, decorate it (if you so wish), bring the kids and go trick or treating from car to car.  No crossing streets, long dark driveways and LOTS of fun!  All we ask is to keep the costumes and decorations appropriate and not scary.  Questions?  Contact Liz at 203-309-5619 or “Trunk or Treat” had its inaugural date after Hurricane Sandy downed Darien’s power wires so severely that “Halloween Trick or Treating” in Darien was cancelled.

Noroton Presbyterian Church Reopens Renovated Buildings, Offers Events

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On Sunday, Sept. 20, members of Noroton Presbyterian Church (NPC), building partners and mission partners came together to rededicate the extensively renovated NPC building complex as part of the church’s “Foundations of the Future” campaign. Greeting members and friends that morning were strains of bagpipes, evoking the Scottish heritage of Presbyterian church. Keys were given to the congregation by Architect Dennis Kowal and General Contractor Gus Papajohn. — This is an announcement from Noroton Presbyterian Church, which is offering a series of events open to the whole Darien community, even those outside the church.