142 N 4th St, Coshocton, OH 43812, USA

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Coshocton Presbyterian Church: God's Love is Here for You!

  10:30am Worship Service in our Sanctuary

Galatians 3:28

"There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus."

If you have little ones, we welcome them into worship! We also have childcare available weekly.

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Worship Schedule

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Worship
Music: Mark Wagner, organist; Chancel Choir

Sunday, March 8, 2020

Worship

Music: Alice Hoover, organist; Chancel, Crusaders Choirs

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Worship

Music: Mark Wagner, organist; Chancel and Carol Choirs;

Westminster Ringers

 

REV. KAREN CRAWFORD

 

God's Love Is Here For You

One Church - Many Expressions

Whether it be our weekly worship service, stunning musical offerings, community meals, youth adventure groups, adult discussions, historic architecture, childcare and children's services, or simply a warm smile over coffee, the Presbyterian church has something to offer everyone. We invite you to become a part of our growing congregation, and look forward to meeting you!

 

Don't Miss Out On These Upcoming

Special Events

Sunday, March 22, 2020

Worship
Music: Alice Hoover, organ; Chancel Choir; piano duet

Sunday, March 29, 2020

Worship

Alice Hoover, organ; Chancel Choir Cantata with string quartet "What Wonderous Love"

Community Dinners

Upcoming dates:

       Feb 6 and Mar 5

This is where the difference is made! Be a part of it! Choose one time to help, or simply come and eat a free meal with our guests!

Preparation: 3:00pm

Serve: 5:30pm

Clean up: 6pm

Your time and talents can be used!

Ways to get involved!

Performing Arts Ministry

Marsha Duling and Karen Crawford will begin a community performing arts ministry for children and youth based at our church. We will begin with a youth melodrama, The Not So Terrible Parable. The program, a comedic retelling of The Good Samaritan, will be featured in worship on Mother’s Day. Rehearsals start, tentatively, on the first Sunday in March after worship.

Join a choir!

We have a number of different choirs to choose from! Take a look below at the descriptions and times. and then come to a rehearsal. New members are always welcome!

Chancel Choir, grade 9 - adult: Wed 7pm

Crusaders Choir, grades 5-8: Wed 4:30pm beginning after the fair.

Carol Choir, grades 1-4: Wed 4:30pm

Cherub Choir, ages 3-5: Wed 4:30 (OCT. 30)

Celebration Singers, grades 9-post high

Moving Spirit, Gentlemen grades 9-post high

Cantare, Ladies grades 9- post high

Geneva Handbell Choir: TBA, grades 7- post high

Westminster Ringers: October, adults

 

Psalm 119:105

"Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path."

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Are you new here?

Joining a church can mean many things to many people. Some seek out God and community when they feel they have lost their way, or are seeking a deeper purpose, or are looking for a way to connect to their family and cultural identity. But it is our believe that the Church, at its core, is about finding love and beauty through God and God’s work.

 

At Presbyterian Church, we inspire individuals of all ages and backgrounds to bring the Lord Almighty into their lives at every moment - moments of joy, moments of despair, and even those moments in between. We are committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ, and are here to spread His message with loving patience and kindness.

Please let us know if we can be of help or support by using the form below. 

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Our church family welcomes everyone in the Coshocton area to our community events. Click for schedule.

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