Mardi Gras Party, Saturday, February 25

In order to get an accurate count, we need everyone who will be attending to RSVP as soon as possible. Please see or contact Linda Jo Platt at: 914-693-0299, or ljberrypl@aol.com.

We Are Rising: Women in Solidarity

We Are Rising features works by women artists from the RiverTowns visually interpreting and supporting 2017 V-Day and the staged reading of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues (taking place at South Presbyterian Church on February 11 at 7:00 pm). The gallery show runs from February 5 through March 19, 2017. Free opening reception on February…

Sunday, January 22, 2017 – 29th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast

At 11:30am on January 22, 2017, following a special Sunday Service, South Presbyterian Church will host the 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast. This longstanding tradition, benefiting CLUSTER Day Camp, features a hot country breakfast buffet catered and donated by Hastings Center Restaurant. CLUSTER Day Camp provides education and care for children from low-income and…

Toward Maximalism – Mixed Media by Harriet Cheney

More than two dozen recent works of art by Harriet Cheney will be on view in The Donald Gallery from December 18 through January 14. Her works incorporate photography, painting, sewing, stuffing, embroidery, weaving, beading, and construction. Originally trained as a painter in the 1970s, Cheney has written music, poetry, and children’s fiction. After studying…

Justice Gala Postponed

We are postponing the Justice Gala. Our goal is to share community, have a great time, enjoy world class music, and eat fabulous food, and raise funds for our Justice work. Unfortunately, due to competing not-for profit events, our attendance is down. We are tentatively rescheduling for February 25th, 2017 around Mardi Gras. We hope…

Beyond The Shadows – Sculpture by Marisa Gonzales Silverstein

Beyond The Shadows features  artist Marisa Gonzales Silverstein’s delicate framed geometric paper sculptures, including sculptures from the series “92 Americans. Every day.” where the artist, for 200 days, created small paper sculptures honoring the 92 Americans killed by gun violence every day. October 30 through December 11. Free opening reception on October 30, 11:00 am…

October 16 – Blessing of the Animals

The animals with whom we share our lives are a part of our community, each member – human and animal – in service to one another. Honoring and recognizing our special relationships with our non-human brethren is the focus of worship this coming Sunday, when we will offer our blessings to our animal friends during…

Sabbath Evening Service with Woodland Community Temple – October 7, 2016

SABBATH EVENING SERVICE The Woodlands Community Temple has invited the South Church Community to its Sabbath Service on Friday evening, October 7th at 8PM.  Rabbi Billy Dreskin has asked Drew to come and speak to the congregation and would like South Members to attend also. Please consider attending with Drew and make this a truly…

Make Tomato Sauce With Us – Sunday, October 2, 2016

ROOTS & WINGS and The DOBBS FERRY FOOD PANTRY PRESENTS It’s tomato season! Come and make farm-fresh tomato sauce together to bring home and share through the Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry at the South Church Kitchen this Sunday, October 2nd, from 12noon to 3PM This event is FREE RSVP to Chris by Thursday, Sept. 29th …

In the Gallery: Running With Scissors – Décollage by Terrence Fine

Currently in the Donald Gallery is Terrence Fine’s show entitled Running With Scissors. The pieces, utilizing décollage technique, in the artists words “[marry] wit with classical as well as mystical elements to create a new narrative, usually satirical in nature. This series could best be described as Post-Apocalyptic Pre-Raphaelite.” The show runs September 18, 2016…

Midnight Run Sandwich Making and Picnic August 28th!

This Sunday, August 28th , from 2 PM til 4:30, in Van Cortlandt Park (Indian Field) is the Annual Midnight Run Picnic and softball game with some of our homeless friends from the city and some of the volunteers from churches, synagogues and schools in Westchester.  You can participate in two ways: first, remain at church for…