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NCP Lenten Bible Study




February 26, 2023 “Lead us Not Into Temptation” / Mark 1:14-15, 1 Corinthians

March 5, 2023 James Cone’s wisdom on “Identifying with Jesus” / Luke 4:1-13
Holy Communion

March 12, 2023 James Cone’s wisdom on “What is Church” / 1 Samuel 9:16, Matthew 28:16-20

March 19, 2023 Healing Service (anointing with oil) / James 5:13-19 Luke 5:17-26

March 26, 2023 Guest Preacher

April 1 , 2023 Palm Saturday - come hand out Palms to neighbors in front of church

April 2, 2023 “Good Grief / “I Peter 5:6-11, Luke 19:29-44 Palm Sunday and Holy Communion

April 6, 2023 Maundy Thursday: To Be Announced

April 9, 2023 “Homecoming” / John 19:41, 42; John 20:11-18 Easter and New Member Sunday

2023 Winter Drive for the Homeless


2023 Black History Month Testimonials


Link to NEPC's Our Voices



Pastoral Staff


Northeastern Presbyterian Church Introduces Pastor Mark Greiner, Transformational Stated Supply Pastor 

Pastor Mark Greiner

Pastor Mark Greiner was born into an American military family in Berlin, Germany.  After graduating Princeton Seminary in 1991, he’s served congregations in Ohio, New York, Maryland and the District .  A life-long learner, he’s studied in Africa, the Middle East, Cuba, and Europe.  Blessed for 25 years as an installed pastor, our presbytery has called on him to serve congregations in transition since 2017.

Pastor Mark is passionate about prayer and healing ministry.  Our presbytery commissioned him to medical mission work in Nepal in 2020.  He attended medical school at the Maryland Univeristy of Integrative Health and taught there.  As an Eastern Medicine practitioner and spiritual director, he focuses on building well-being and healing trauma.  Pastor Mark sees clients in his practice in Silver Spring, Maryland:   

For fun, Mark may be found Sacred Circle dancing with his wife, attending a concert with their daughter, stirring a home-made soup or with his hands in clay.  He’s in his happy places in an art museum, an international restaurant, hiking or kayaking…of when someone shares a poem, a hymn, or a joke.