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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 18 Sep 2017, Pastor: Rev. Dr. Todd Speed
  • 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

The Mission at Our Doorstep

Posted on 18 Sep 2017, Pastor: Rev. Dr. Todd Speed
Most of you have probably noticed by now that our theme for the 2017-18 program year uses the same language as our Capital Campaign emphasis – Wide Open Doors. We began exploring our Wide Open Doors theme in worship on Rally Day, August 20. In Alex Rogers’s sermon, she spoke of a good
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The Doors are Open for Praise

Posted on 10 Sep 2017, Pastor: Rev. Dr. Todd Speed
In the summer of 1993, I participated in my very first mission trip, the first of what is now somewhere around 25 or so. I journeyed with 50 or 60 youth from Greenville and Spartanburg, SC to Homestead, Florida, just south of Miami. Homestead was recovering from Hurricane Andrew, a category 5
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Stretching With Springs, or Building With Bricks?

Posted on 04 Sep 2017, Pastor: Rev. Allysen Schaaf
Imagine you are a disciple of Jesus, just a few years after the resurrection of Christ. Now imagine a powerful Jew named Saul out breathing threats and murder towards disciples of Christ. What would you do? Would you invite him over for dinner? Better yet, would you go and seek him out, offer
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