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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 13 Nov 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

Pray for a Door to Open

Posted on 13 Nov 2017, Pastor: Rev. Dr. Todd Speed
Today is Commitment Sunday, and on your 2018 Commitment Card, there is a box that we encourage all members and friends of the church to check. The box says: I commit to pray regularly for Decatur Presbyterian Church. The Apostle Paul never wrote one of his letters without encouraging the duty
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A View Through the Open Door

Posted on 06 Nov 2017, Pastor: Rev. Dr. Todd Speed
Today is All Saints’ Sunday, a day on which we remember and give thanks to God for the members of our congregation who have died in the past year. We remember and give thanks today for all those family members and friends who have gone before us, who have run their race and now rest from their
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Jesus is the Door

Posted on 30 Oct 2017, Pastor: Rev. Alex Rodgers
500 years ago, on October 31, 1517, a young Catholic monk named Martin Luther tacked 95 theses or disputes or statements or protests about the practices of the Catholic Church to the door of Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany. This rather small and quiet act of protest started a movement that
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