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Join Us For Worship

The heartbeat of Decatur Presbyterian Church

Join Us For Worship

Every Sunday at 10:30am in the Sanctuary
Latest Sermon :
- Posted on 24 Jul 2017, Pastor: Rev. Alex Rodgers
  • Traditional, creative, and intergenerational
  • Led by an accomplished team of pastors, interns and lay leaders
  • Inspired by an extraordinary Chancel Choir directed by organist/choirmaster Matt McMahan
  • Energized by annual traditions that stir the soul
  • Kept fresh by the regular involvement of children and youth
  • Welcoming, friendly, and hospitable
  • Relevant to daily life and world concerns
  • All are welcome! Childcare or extended care available for children infant-kindergarten

Worship Schedule

Place: Sanctuary

Time: Sundays @ 10:30am

Contact: info@dpchurch.org

Recent Sermons

Greed & Grace

Posted on 24 Jul 2017, Pastor: Rev. Alex Rodgers
I read somewhere this week that Martin Luther once said sometimes you have to squeeze the biblical passage until it leaks the gospel. Well, I’ve been squeezing this passage and I believe God’s grace just might leak out of it. The stories we find in Scripture can be really hard even when they’re
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The Great Reversal

Posted on 17 Jul 2017, Pastor: Rev. Alex Rodgers
We’ve heard over these summer Sundays that the parables are meant to challenge us, to surprise us, to make us uncomfortable, and I’m going to add that I think the parables are meant to change us. That’s my hope, at least. They are meant to cause us to think differently about what it means to
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Lost & Found Sheep

Posted on 10 Jul 2017, Pastor: Rev. Dr. Todd Speed
In the Gospel of Luke, three similar parables are deliberately grouped together – the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the lost son. These three parables beautifully describe the nature of God – the one who seeks and saves the lost. The setting for these parables in the gospel of Luke is Jesus is
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