Sunday Worship 10 am. You are invited, come join us .
We are called to be love in the world. That is our new mission statement here at Christ Presbyterian Church of the Slate Belt. Love – the love that Jesus so often spoke about and commanded us to follow.
Jesus was asked what the greatest commandment was and he replied: Love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul and strength and the second greatest was to love your neighbor as you love yourself. Paul summed up all the law into the second greatest commandment.
We are called to be love in the world. And, we hope our values align with that love: • We believe every person matters regardless of background or status, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation
• We believe we need to meet people where they are not where we think they should be
• We believe that God is inclusive not exclusive
• We believe we need to be non-judgmental, unbiased, affirming, and justice oriented
• We believe that prayer is the foundation of our life together
• We believe that we need to be the best examples of God’s love and healing
May you know how much you are loved by the God who first loved us, so that we would know how to love. May you find a place of belonging here.
Our doors are open wide to all who come seeking God’s presence, healing, love, and the fellowship of Christian community. We invite you to make this your church home.
Welcome to Christ Presbyterian Church of the Slate Belt (CPCSB). We are glad you found us and hope that you will explore our website and Facebook page. Here at CPCSB we understand that God has called upon us to be love in the world.
May Jesus' love for me be my greatest treasure. May his forgiveness inspire me to love those in my life more deeply - yes, even that neighbor. May they come to know Jesus because of my love for them.
May the Lord's love bring me comfort as I remember that he chose me to be his own dear child and has prepared a place for me to be in heaven with God forever.
May the Holy Spirit's love strengthen my faith in God's truth and equip me to follow all that is commanded for God's purposes and glory!
This year five young people participated in confirmation classes which helped them think about their faith, their commitment to the church and how they might carry the message of the Good News of the Gospel out in their worlds. The world is in good hands and the message of Love rings out!
On November 8, 2020, the Church dedicated Matthew Taylor’s Eagle Scout Project near the main entrance of the church. The project is a Veteran’s Memorial Garden built in memory of the men and women of the Slate Belt who proudly served our country. Matthew’s project is a beautiful addition to the property and will be a special place for contemplation and conversation. We give thanks to Matthew and his family for this garden and for his grand scouting achievement.