to the website of this alive, compassionate and welcoming church. We are a warm, caring community of faith serving
God, our community and neighbors with boundless energy. We are the church and God has called us for a
purpose. We believe that God is calling us to build a healthy community of faith, to
strive for peace and justice, to protect and restore God’s creation, to bring
hope to others, and to live our lives with compassion. You are welcome here! Join us in any of our mission opportunities
and celebrate all that God has given.
You belong here and we want you to thrive as you pursue your faith
journey. We are small enough so everyone
will know your name and intimate enough so that we can confidentially share
your cup of sorrow or rejoice in your cup of joy. We all look forward to being transformed
by the renewing of our minds. Our
programs aim to improve Biblical literacy and encourage spiritual growth. We affirm the worth and dignity of every person
and try to extend grace, mercy, and kindness to all. We invite the Spirit’s
leadership through prayer. Through Jesus
Christ we hope to bring life, healing and renewal.
Children & YouthChurch School will begin online October 11, 2020
Adult Church School
The email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The church office is currently closed
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In-person worship and online worship is available each Sunday at 11:00am
Gathering at Makemie Park January 23 at 2 pm.
Please check newsletter for other events
Here is the video we shared in worship for All Saints Day
. May you be blessed. Scenery photo credit to Joe Valentine.
Naomi Makemie Presbyterian Church Onancock, Virginia
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Our Mission Statement
“Do what is fair and just to your neighbor, be compassionate and
loyal in your love, and don’t take yourself too seriously—take God seriously.” Micah 6:8
Compassionate, Fair and Loyal
Presbyterian Church-USA ( PC-USA )
VIDEO tribute to Veterans for 2020
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Video of 2020 Church Memories