Medina Presbyterian Church is a congregation of followers of Jesus Christ. We believe he is the hope of the world, and in his name we welcome all those who come seeking him. We believe the purpose of the church in the world is to glorify God by making disciples and meeting human need. We are working to become more faithful disciples ourselves, and we encourage others to join us in that effort. We listen for God’s Word from the pages of scripture, and open ourselves to the transforming power of God’s Holy Spirit.
The Rev. Dr. Henry Pearce, Pastor
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Please note that we have now returned to our normal Worship Schedule:
Early worship now takes place at 8:00 AM. Sunday School meets at 9:15. Our Main Service of worship remains at 10:15 AM. Nursery service and Kids’ Own Worship are provided at our Main Service.
There’s a lot of great stuff going on in the coming months. On Saturday, October 19, volunteers will be meeting to make up packages of Gourmet Dry Soup Mix, which will be sold to raise funds for the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance outreach to victims of the recent disastrous hurricane in the Caribbean. Samples will be served and orders taken at the luncheon after worship on Sunday, October 20.
We’re also organizing for two great Advent projects:
Our home-made Candy Sale, to benefit hunger relief, will go into production the Sunday after Thanksgiving. The dark chocolate pecan clusters will be available for delivery starting December 1.
Our Head Start Shoebox Project, this year in cooperation with First Presbyterian Church of Wooster, will pack and deliver gift ‘shoeboxes’ to all Head Start kids in Medina and Wayne Counties.
Please join us!
Medina Presbyterian Church
5020 Burgundy Bay Boulevard
Medina, OH 44256
t. (330) 723-1000
Presbytery of the Western Reserve
Medina Presbyterian Church is part of the Presbytery of the Western Reserve. The Presbytery of the Western Reserve is a geographic area encompassing 39 churches, about 8450 members spread across nine counties in north-eastern Ohio.