Founded in 1829 Church Commissioning The Church was established on May 30, 1829, by five founders who purchased the land on which the church still rests. 1830 Building A house of worship was erected in 1830, but that structure was damaged by a wind storm in 1898 and had to be...Read More
so that we may reach out as Christ’s body in service to our community.
Baptism of the Lord Sunday
The Church Beyond the Walls Sunday
Running from God
We will ordain and install our newly-elected ruling elders, celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion, and move beyond the walls of the sanctuary to join hands in making hygiene kits for Presbyterian Disaster Assistance in support of our
high school mission trip to Little Rock, Arkansas
A simple lunch of hot dogs, chips, and dessert will be available!
The Church Leaves the Building
Monticello Presbyterian Church has exciting plans to show God’s love to the world in 2017! Come learn about how The Church Leaves the Building on Sunday, January 8, 2017.
Mary Lou Jordan will speak during the worship service about the “new normal” for our church’s mission work. Following worship, stay for a simple lunch of hot dogs, chips, and dessert in the fellowship hall. There will also be fun, hands-on activities. (You’ve probably heard of a photo bomb. How about a Goat-o-Bomb?) These activities will support next year’s mission workcamps:
We care about our community and the world beyond. Come and learn about the “new normal” as we offer opportunities for all ages to share God’s love.
Sunday School Short Term Study on the Belhar Confession
Beginning February 5, we will have a short term study on the Belhar Confession during Sunday School led by Belle McMaster. Belhar is the latest Confession approved by the Presbyterian Church, USA in June, 2016. It comes from the Dutch Reformed Mission Church in South Africa. Confessions tell us what our church believes. The theme of Belhar is reconciliation. The four week study will be held on February 5, 12, 19, and 26 in the Fellowship Hall. All are welcome!