ServicesSundays at 10:10 a.m.
Come to worship and you will find yourself among people who care about each other, our community, and our world. All ages are welcome! We are a PC(USA) church where the Spirit moves in glorious and wonderful ways. Try us, you'll love us and we will love you back! We have plenty of parking and easy access for all.
Contact Us84 Main Street P.O. Box 211 Topsham, ME 04086 Phone: (207) 729-3193
Phone: (207) 729-3193
The Rev. Diane Hoppe Hugo, Pastor email@example.com
Hours & Info207-729-3193Worship Services Sunday at 10:10 am
Office open 9 am to noon, M-Th.
Pastor, by appointment
Choral music of Ireland, Scotland, China and Spain; Contemporary Sacred Songs & Musical Theatre; Piano-Four-Hands & Flute
The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship will honor Rev. William Coop with the 2016 Peaceseeker Award at the Peace Breakfast on June 22 at the meeting of the PC (USA) General Assembly in Portland. Founded in 1944, the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship is a nation-wide community of Presbyterians who seek to follow the nonviolence of Jesus by working to reduce war and violence in the world. The Peaceseeker Award is its highest honor.
But what exactly does that mean? What is this thing we call The Book of Confessions? Where did all the “confessions” come from? And why is it important to us as Presbyterians?
Join us monthly, beginning January 17, following worship. We will gather in Fellowship Hall for a 5-session study of the Book of Confessions, led by Rev. Bob Beringer.
What We Believe – Understanding our Creeds and Confessions
Jan. 17 – The Creeds of the Early Church
Feb. 19 – The Faith of the Protestant Reformers
Mar. 20 – The Confession that Guided the Church for 300 Years
April – no class
May 22 – Contemporary Confessions
June 12 – Our Most Modern Confessions