“Engaging Welcome” Baptism of the Lord Sunday, Matthew 3:13-17 January 12, 2020 In the context of human frailty and sinfulness, baptism and ordination affirm the worthy and dignity of each person, as well as the call to humble, selfless service. Today, we affirm the dignity and
“Engaging Worship” Matthew 2:1-12; January 5, 2020 In the church calendar, it is still Christmas! Today is the 11th day of the season of Christmas! Do you still have your tree up? Or is it long gone, off to be shredded for someone’s mulch? Tomorrow is Epiphany, the 12th and last
The Gift of Presence What’s the best Christmas gift you’ve ever been given? Can you think of one? A dear saint in the first church I served would ask that question any time folks were gathered together in the Christmas season. Pete is in his 90’s now and I’m sure he’s still asking that
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Worship is the heartbeat of Decatur Presbyterian Church, the most important hour of the week. In worship, we offer praise, receive forgiveness, listen to God’s Word, pray for the needs of the world, and offer ourselves as living sacrifices to God.
About Decatur Presbyterian Church
The mission of DPC is to share Jesus Christ's love for the world.
Founded in 1825, Decatur Presbyterian Church has contributed in numerous ways to the cultural development of Decatur over nearly two centuries, transforming Decatur from a tiny frontier settlement to building the foundations of the city we live in today.