We do not know what God has in store for us individually or as a body of believers. We do know that God is good and that we can trust God in all life events and circumstances. We also know that there is a place here for everyone and that opportunities abound for us to witness to our faith and serve God with joy!
We have a classic style of worship each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. The time may change, depending on the needs of the community. We also collaborate with Hanover Presbyterian Church in offering a service on Friday evenings in the tradition of the Taizé Community of France.
Office Hours ~ 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (M-F)
Click here to see the Sunday bulletin for December 21.
You are invited to go caroling on Sunday, December 21st. Meet at the church at 4:00 p.m. After the singing, enjoy chili and desserts with everyone, hosted by Dave and Kay Lou Adams at their home.
5:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.
We hope you will join us for one or both of these celebrations of the birth of Christ.
The 5:00 p.m. worship will include the Lord’s Supper and a Christmas message, along with our traditional candle lighting while the congregation sings “Silent Night.” Nursery provided.
The 11:00 p.m. service will be a service of Lessons and Carols with choir and bells. This service also will include the traditional candle lighting while the congregation sings “Silent Night.” Pre-service special music will begin at 10:40 p.m.
Click here for a list of events planned to celebrate 200 years of Madison Presbyterian Church!
HOUSE OF HOPE needs your contributions of CEREAL this month - please help if you can!
ACES is on hiatus until after the new year. Please come join us in January for this pitch-in meal and informative study each Thursday at 6:00.
You may still join the new Kerygma Bible Study class, held at 8:30 each Sunday morning in the upstairs education wing. Our first course is on the book of Matthew. Talk to Don Wiest or Scott Hookey for more information or for information on our other adult group, The Wired Word.
You can read all of Pam Newhouse's What A History! articles on this website - click on the link here.