We welcome you to our Church. If you are searching for a church home in this community, we would be happy to speak with you about what membership means at this church. Please feel free to take a “Welcome” booklet from the pews for information about Setauket Presbyterian Church and its activities.
We are always glad to have visitors and new members. You do not have to be a member of SPC to get involved in our church. Everyone is welcome!
If you would like to learn more about the programs of this church, please explore this website or call the church office at 631-941-4271. Additionally you can indicate your interest on the Friendship Roster, which is passed during worship, or speak with our Pastor.
If you are searching for a church home in this community, we would be happy to speak with you about exploring what membership means at this church. The Membership Committee sponsors a membership class series during the fall and winter (or spring) we would encourage you to attend.
The Session: The church board, called the Session, is comprised of the pastor and 16 elders. Elders are church members elected by the congregation and ordained for service. The session oversees the ministry and the programs of the church. It receives new members, provides for worship and sacraments and oversees pastoral care and education programs. It also establishes and monitors the church’s budget and leads the congregation to discover what God wants the church to be doing.
The Board of Deacons: Deacons are church members elected by the congregation and ordained for service. They provide outreach to the needy in our community and in-reach ministry of care and compassion to the congregation. They serve as ushers for worship and memorial services. They coordinate meals, rides, shopping and babysitting for those in need via Operation Care and Operation Ride. They visit shut-ins and administer benevolent funds.
At Setauket Presbyterian Church, we openly welcome children of all ages to our Church School Programs. Classes for children from pre-school through Junior High School are held each Sunday at 9:45 am. In addition there is a staffed toddler room available during the 9:30 am service.
The children begin Sunday mornings in church with their family. After the special children’s message, the children are dismissed to their classes. Parents of younger children should escort them to their classrooms. In the summer, both Vacation Bible School and Summer Sunday School are offered. The SPC Junior and Senior High Youth Groups, under the direction of the Director of Christian Education Marie Zupka-Ludder, meet weekly during the school year for worship, recreation, dinner and discussion. We offer opportunities for our young adults to explore religious responsibilities through retreats, mission trips and projects, peace conferences and confirmation classes. In addition, SPC offers weekday preschool for 3- and 4-year-olds.
Opportunities for Fellowship and Ministry
Frequently Asked Questions
How are children involved in the worship service?
We openly welcome children of all ages to our Church School Programs. Classes for children from pre-school through Junior High School are held each Sunday at 9:45am. Children attend the first 15 minutes of the worship service with their families, then proceed (or are escorted by a parent) to their church school class. In addition, there is a staffed toddler care room available during the 9:30am service.
What if I am interested in becoming a member of SPC?
Do I have to be a member of SPC to attend or get involved in committees?