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Our church is indeed deeply rooted, having been chartered in 1714! We are a part of the mainline denomination known as the Presbyterian Church (USA). Our life together as a community of faith is grounded in our weekly worship which is rich in tradition as well as open to new expressions. Our worship is greatly enhanced by our music ministry, including a chancel choir, an intergenerational choir, a children's choir and two bell choirs. Our gratitude to God keeps us continually reaching out to our community both near and far, as we answer Christ's call to serve.
We are celebrating our 300th anniversary this year, and have planned events throughout the year, with two special weekends in particular: June 7 - a street fair, and Sept. 6-7 - our special anniversary weekend with a dinner theater and two special services. This website has lots of information about our plans. Please explore!
We invite you to come and worship with us! We welcome all to our fellowship and look forward to getting to know you.
54 S. State Street
Dover, Delaware 19901
Church school - 9:45; Worship - 10:55
The celebration of our 300th anniversary is underway!! Each week we will be telling you some interesting facts about our history.
Did you know: Throughout the years of World War II, our members joined with three other congregations in the community in holding summer Sunday evening Union services, with the pastors exchanging pulpits. The churches participating with us were Wesley Methodist, Peoples’ Church, and Christ Church Episcopal. For much more information, click here "Our Church - 300th Anniversary".
Our church is participating in a community winter emergency sheltering ministry for homeless women and children when the over-night temperatures are life-threatening. When a Code Purple is declared, our volunteers will be prepared to open at 5:00 pm. Any questions about the Code Purple mission should be directed to Rev. Lee MacCallum at 718-820-2297 (cell).