Welcome to a warm and caring community

who we are:   We celebrate God’s love for all and welcome everyone to embrace God’s challenge to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ.

where we are going:   Led by the Spirit, we are building a joyful, vibrant church through:

     …worship that connects God’s Word to our lives

     …outreach that embraces the wider community

     …service that helps those in need locally and

        globally

     …education that expands our faith.


SUNDAY SCHEDULE

       9:00 AM  JUNE TERM CLASSES   

***10:O0 AM WORSHIP

      11:00 AM  FELLOWSHIP TIME


16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 23, 2017

Rev. Christiane Dutton, Honorably Retired Clergy, will be leading us in worship.  She is part of a Presbyterian clergy couple. Her last call was at East Liberty Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh. After retiring in 2014 they moved to Arlington to be closer to their children. She is a native of Germany, but her accent is no longer very strong.

For the sermon:
 2. King 5,1-19 the Story of Naaman and Elisha

 Nearly 3.000 years have passed, still the same themes: Conflict between Israel and Syria Human Trafficking, Cross Cultural and Interfaith Issues God's Healing Power and The Importance of Sunday School. 


CALENDAR WEEK OF JULY 23, 2017

(PCIS events only, outside events are listed on master calendar)

Sunday, July 23

  10:00 am   Worship         

   11:00 am    Fellowship Time

  Monday, July 24

  7:00 pm  PNC Meeting

  7:00 pm  Artists Group

Sunday, July 30

   10:00 am   Worship         

   11:00 am    Fellowship Time

 

 

Contact email: pcsudbury@pcsudbury.org,

phone: 978-443-9151 x10. 


Worship at the Presbyterian Church in Sudbury is centered on God’s word, and with music and prayer and preaching, we celebrate both God’s love for and challenges to us as we seek to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ and his teachings.  As with many churches, our members come from different religious backgrounds and have a variety of music and worship styles and preferences.  During the school year, we have two different styles of worship on Sunday mornings. 

The following summarizes the distinctions between our two Sunday morning services.

***Summer 10:00AM - This service is similar to the 11:00AM service except the choir does not sing.  Music and hymns are led by the Director of Music.

*9:30AM – The music in this service is led by a praise band of members, usually more contemporary in style, with the words projected onto a screen in the front of the sanctuary.  There is also a time with children early during this service, after which the children attend church school. 

**11:00AM – The order of this service is familiar to those raised presbyterian.  The music in this service is led by a choir, which normally sings an anthem during the service.  Hymns, rather than praise music, are chosen from the new presbyterian hymnal, and may include both traditional and more modern hymn settings. 

In all worship services, we hear a sermon, based on a scripture text and preached to build faith and equip us to serve God.  We normally also include a prayer time when worshipers have the opportunity to share joys and concerns, and an offering to support the missions and programs of the church is received.  On the first Sunday of each month, we observe the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (Communion.)