Hudson River Presbytery encourages and supports the creation of Partnerships by two or more congregations around people’s passion and energy within the life of our presbytery, our congregations and the larger church that furthers the cause of Christ in the world. Have an idea for a new Presbytery Partnership? Contact Jonah So, email@example.com who is the Council liaison for Presbytery Partnerships.
Learn more about the benefits and process of creating Partnerships.
HRPGreen is a faith-based partnership of individuals and congregations throughout the Hudson River Presbytery dedicated to raising awareness and securing engagement around environmental and climate change issues. We want to ensure the survival of Mother Earth. To learn more visit the HRPGreen Facebook Page .
HRPGreen Contact: Kathy Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Presbytery Prison Partnership
- advocacy on prison justice and criminal justice issues
- outreach to people in prison
- reentry programs for people returning from prisons
PresbyBuild is a mission project in partnership with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newburgh. HRP’s PresbyBuild congregations provide on-site volunteers, mission grants, fundraising activities, administrative assistance, meeting spaces, prayers, and other volunteer services. For more information contact Deke Spierling at email@example.com .
Rural and Migrant Ministry
Rural and Migrant Ministry works for the creation of a just, rural New York State through nurturing leadership, standing with the disenfranchised, especially farmworkers and rural workers, and changing unjust systems and structures. Hudson River Presbytery is a founding covenant partner of RMM. For more information contact Rene Thiel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HRP Course Catalog
HRP Course Catalog: This is a partnership between churches and pastors who facilitate the sharing of adult education classes, confirmation classes, pastoral care groups, and special worship services amongst congregations. This collaboration provides opportunities for spiritual growth, the sharing of pastoral resources, and deepen relationships across the Hudson River Presbytery.