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Join us for our 43rd annual Scottish Sunday on May 1st. Whether you are a Scot or not, as Presbyterians we all share a common church heritage. Presbyterians were among the very first settlers in colonial America; many of them were Scottish or Scots-Irish Presbyterians who brought their faith with them and established Presbyterian Churches in the colonies.
The worship service will include music from the FPC Choir, the Cherub Choir, and the Mt. Kisco Scottish Pipes and Drums. We will commission the 18 participants traveling to the Isle of Iona this summer for the youth spiritual pilgrimage. And we will dedicate two beautiful new framed prints of the Iona Abbey recently given to the church.
Following worship, the whole church is invited to a luncheon on the church lawn, and the ceilidh – a Scottish party with shortbread, Scottish songs and dancing, poet Robert Burns’ famous “Address to a Haggis,” the firing of cannons, and the paying of the piper. Those with Scottish blood will be able to research their clan and family tartan.
If you would like to assist with Scottish Sunday please contact Rab Ker and Be watching for information as to how to sign up for the all- church lunch and what dish to bring.

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