Services Every Sunday 9:30 am – 10:30 am

Past Events (Page 8)

Women on Wednesday

Join the Women on Wednesday for a study of the Psalms. Starting September 9th at 10:30 am in the library. We will be using Eugene Peterson’s “Psalms: Prayers of the Heart”, a 12 week study. If you have never attended, please know that you are very welcome to join us whenever you can because each…

Food for the Body, Mind, & Spirit

This is a church wide, inter-generational event for the Families and Friends of Deep Run that will occur on the FOUR WEDNESDAY evenings in MAY. The evening will begin with the sharing of fellowship and a Family Night Supper in Hoopes Hall followed by Bible Study for Adults and Teens; Story time and fun Activities…

Community Dinner

Come one, Come All! The Presbyterian Church of Deep Run will host another dinner for all our friends and neighbors. Everyone is welcome! Here is what we will be serving: “Carol’s Smothered Chicken” Rice Veggies & Salad Bread & ButterDesserts

SALT (Seasoned Adults Learning Together)

At our January lunch, we met Henry Mercer, portrayed by Jamie Bradley. Henry showed some tools he has collected and also things he collected in his pockets! Because his collections grew so large, he built a concrete castle, the Mercer Museum to showcase everything. He was an archeologist and then became a businessman, becoming a…

7-12th Grade Youth: Groundhog Retreat!

Have you ever done the same thing again and again with the same results? Let’s explore ways to break habits and patterns and build strength and options into our thinking! We will leave church at 4:00 Friday and return by 3:00 on Sunday. Parent Help will be needed for driving!

Community Dinner

Come one, Come All! The Presbyterian Church of Deep Run will host another dinner for all our friends and neighbors.  Everyone is welcome!

5th Annual Un-Birthday Party!

Our Fifth Annual Un-Birthday Party will take place on Sunday, January 12th. We will gather at 10:30 AM until Noon to eat cake and play games! The youth will be providing decorated cakes for each month and the whole congregation is invited to the celebration!

Living the Questions

…for those who are yearning for something more… Living the Questions hopes to expose people to the ideas and concepts that have been taught and discussed for generations in our seminaries that don’t get taught or discussed in our churches. It’s for those who are looking for a resource within the institution that encourages questions…