Malverne Post Office 339 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 Since 1962, the Malverne branch of the United States Postal Service has been in the center of the village. The post…More office sells stamps and packaging, ships packages and delivers mail. It also rents post office boxes. The office does passport services by appointment. Every spring, its letter carriers conduct a food drive throughout the community.
Malverne Jewish Center 1 Norwood Ave, Malverne, NY11565 In 1953, 56 residents signed the charter and purchased a plot of land on the corner of Norwood and Hempstead Avenues to…More create the Malverne Jewish Center. Construction commenced in 1954 and in the meantime, the first Sabbath services were held in the American Legion Hall and larger holiday services took place in a nearby church. The congregation moved into its permanent home in 1955. The congregation is known for allowing both men and women to participate in services. Throughout the year, the center holds religious services and educational and cultural programs. It also arranges trips to museums and musical performances, and coordinates service projects including a food drive. In 2010, the center sold the building on Norwood Avenue to The Bridge Church of the Nazarene, since much of the space had been underutilized in recent years by the center's small congregation. The Malverne Jewish Center will continue to worship in a portion of the building they are leasing from the church.
The Community Presbyterian Church is the oldest institution in Malverne. Two families founded the church in 1917,…More years before the village was incorporated. In the decades that followed, the congregation became split over whether to cling to its independent roots or become affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, but ultimately the two sides came together. They decided to re-incorporate it in 1933, under the name Community Presbyterian Church of Malverne.</p>
<p>The church played an integral part in starting a recycling program in the village in the 1970s and continues to remain active in the community. Each spring, it hosts a large annual food drive throughout the neighborhood. The church building also houses a thrift shop, a nursery school and a Sunday School for people of all ages.</p>