Join Us This Sunday, December 15!
This Sunday is the Third Sunday of Advent!
Dr. McNeilly to preach at both services.
Worship is child-friendly. The nursery opens at 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School classes held for all ages at 9:45.
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The Men's Breakfast will be held this Saturday morning, December 7, at 8:00 a.m. in the Social Hall.
There will be a Meeting of the Congregation this Sunday, December 8, in the Sanctuary following the late worship service, for the election of church leaders.
We are running two Adult Sunday School classes during Advent Season! They meet during the Sunday School hour from 9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
1 - "Kids and the Reason for the Season" is the title of the class that meets in the Fellowship Hall.
2 - "Illuminating the Advent Season" is the title of the class meeting in the Parlor.
Early Advent Mid-week Bible Study – The Pastor will lead a study on the Thursdays in December at 7:00 a.m. We’ll explore the Old Testament Prophecies of the coming Messiah. All are invited to attend, starting December 5.
DPW’s Annual Christmas Tea will be held on December 8, 3-5 p.m., at the home of Anita Goldshine. Please sign up or let the church office know by Sunday if you will attend. Women and girls of the Church are invited!
In short, I would say “Faith, Family, and Fellowship”. I initially visited Darnestown Presbyterian Church because it was close to my new home and I liked the look of the historic building. I stayed because I received a sincerely warm welcome not only the first time I attended, but with each subsequent visit. It was very evident that this was a congregation that was in deep relationship with God and with each other, and I wanted to be part of it.
I have never felt as at home in a church as I do here. The sermons are the Word of God preached in power and grace -- they deepen my Faith. From the littlest child to the eldest member, all are accepted and loved here -- we are Family. And whether we are handling the business of the church in the Deacons’ meeting, rehearsing for the Sunday anthem in the choir, studying Scripture in Sunday School, enjoying favorite dishes at a potluck, making crafts together for the bazaar, or filling boxes with food at Germantown HELP, we are in Fellowship.
I stay because I am being transformed by Christian love. I stay because I am continually learning here. And I stay because I have the opportunity to use my abilities to serve God in so many ways.
- Anita Goldshine