Welcome! We are a friendly church located in Croton-on-Hudson, NY. Our members come from a variety of Christian backgrounds and from many countries of the world. Please join us in our journey of faith. …more…

Our Sunday worship service is held at 10:00 am each week. Sunday School classes for children are held at 9:00 am each Sunday and are led by Pastor Arden.

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Mark your calendar now for our annual Oktoberfest scheduled for Sunday, October 29 at 5:00 pm. Brats, apple cake, beer, German music, and good company are guaranteed for all.

Holy Lands Presentation: We are truly pleased to welcome Rev. Dr. Tim Kennedy to join us for a fascinating presentation on Sunday November 5 after worship during our fellowship time. Pastor Kennedy has made it his lifelong passion to understand the middle east in depth, having made over thirty trips to Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon. Here is our chance to deepen our understanding of the Bible, its characters, land, cultures and the context in which Jesus moved and preached. Some of us have visited Israel and know how it affected our faith. This presentation will help us to better relate to the stories in the Bible, and better understand the apostles' struggles in spreading the gospel. It makes a difference when you hear about the Holy Land from someone you trust spiritually. Rev. Kennedy was a pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Yorktown for many years and still lives in the area. Pastor Tim will also share some of his best images and answer our questions.


The Church of the Holy Name of Mary and Our Saviour Evangelical Lutheran Church are happy to invite you to a service to commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation. This ecumenical service of prayer and song will be held on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 7:30 pm at the Church of the Holy Name of Mary, located on Grand Street in Croton-on-Hudson. In the spirit of peace, we look forward to celebrating Reformation 500 with you and to seeing in this event the fruit of widespread and longstanding ecumenical conversations. For all of us, celebrating this year together with the Lord Jesus will remind us of the generous gifts of the Spirit of God among us, including a shared spirit of listening to and learning from each other. Following the service, there will be a reception and fellowship. We warmly welcome everyone to this joyful celebration of faith in the Lord Jesus.


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