Help us help each other to worship safely:
If you are not feeling well, please join us virtually via ZOOM – the link is posted below for you.
The following applies to the entire building.
If you are FULLY vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask but feel free to wear one if you choose to do so.
If you are NOT vaccinated, you MUST wear a mask SECURELY OVER YOUR NOSE AND MOUTH.
Please use hand sanitizer at entry/exit ways.
Please sit in designated seating areas only.
Be respectful of those who wish to continue to socially distance while conversating.
Sunday Worship Hours
Wednesday Night Meditative Prayer
7:00 - 7:45 PM
Scripture for the Month
Psalm 26 – The Prayer of an Innocent Person.
1 Show that I am right, Lord! I stay true to myself, and I have trusted you without doubting. 2 Test my thoughts and find out what I am like. 3 I never forget your kindness, and I am always faithful to you. 4 I don’t spend my time with worthless liars 5 or go with evil crowds. 6 I wash my hands, Lord, to show my innocence, and I worship at your altar, 7 while gratefully singing about your wonders. 8 I love the temple where you live, and where your glory shines. 9 Don’t sweep me away, as you do sinners. Don’t punish me with death as you do those people who are brutal 10 or full of meanness or who bribe others. 11 I stay true to myself. Be kind and rescue me. 12 Now I stand on solid ground! And when your people meet, I will praise you, Lord
Hymn of the Month
“I Would Be True”
1. I would be true, for there are those who trust me; I would be pure, for there are those who care; I would be strong, for there is much to suffer;
I would be brave, for there is much to dare.
2. I would be friend of all—the foe, the friendless; I would be giving, and forget the gift; I would be humble, for I know my weakness; I would look up, and laugh, and love, and lift.
From Rev. Nancy Hazzard
Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth rejoice, and let them say among the nations, "The Lord is king!" —
1 Chronicles 16:31
I AM AN AMBASSADOR OF PEACE
When I think of the vastness of the earth and the diversity of those who inhabit it, I am in awe. It is such a blessing to live in this diverse world and explore countries, peoples, customs, and cultures.
I am a citizen of the world with the privilege to treat the planet and its people with respect. I encourage peace, beginning in my neighborhood and expanding to include my community, country, continent, and the entire world.
Each person can make a difference.
As I hold peaceful thoughts and act peacefully, I am an example of honor and inclusion. My example has a ripple effect upon every person with whom I come in contact. I respect all cultures and ideas and promote peace and understanding.
Join us for our In Person Sunday Worship Service at 10:30 AM or
You can join via Zoom:
Time: Sunday at 10:15 AM
(Summer Sunday Worship hours begin on 7/11/2021 - 9:30 - 10:30 AM)
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WEDNESDAY PRAYER SERVICE IS VIA ZOOM ONLY - We begin at 7 PM
To Join us, you can use the same Zoom information above.
For more information contact us at
(718) 351-3667 or
In need of prayer? Send your prayer requests to email@example.com and Rev. Nancy will add you to her prayer list. All prayer requests are kept confidential unless you give written consent to mention it during our services.
Masks and Social Distancing are required for all in person services & events:
Food Pantry Re-Opening - Every 1st and 3rd Friday; 10 AM - 12 PM
BOOK CLUB Next meeting: Thursday, October 21st, 2021 at 6:30 PM -
Book #1: "The Book of Lost Names" by Kristen Harmel Book #2: "Pieces Falling" by Ann Van Hine
Not only do we discuss the book, but we share our stories, joys and concerns. All are welcome. Come give it a try.
When in session, we typically meet on the 4th Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM.
Call the church for details.
Available all year round (OHCC Sponsored Fundraiser) Pathways of Love - NEW come see the new garden, it's beautiful
Help ensure that the OHCC will continue to be a strong part of the community. The OHCC has been a part of the community since 1928. We are committed to helping people from all walks of life whenever and however we can.
"The Pathways of Love" project will commemorate the church & the surrounding community's efforts to continue to grow together. You can memorialize a special event or a loved one by designing and purchasing a brick that will be permanently displayed on our church grounds. For more information please visit our site at: