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
6/13 Sunday Online Service
Please join us in worship online. Sunday’s service has been pre-recorded and is available at the links below. It’s the first Sunday of June, which means today’s service includes the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. We suggest that you line up something to use as “Communion elements before you start the service.
We believe in the power of praying with and for one another and we offer members and visitors alike access to our prayer chain.
Online Giving Available
Click on the button below to be taken to our online giving provider E-Giving.
Upcoming Services & Events
We have now resumed in-person worship services at 10:15 on Sunday, and in keeping with revised CDC guidance, masks and social distancing are no longer required for vaccinated persons. Those who are not vaccinated are encouraged to wear a mask and practice social distancing for their own health and safety. Online worship will continue to be provided on this website.
Services are recorded ahead of time with both video and audio-only files available for your use at a time that fits your schedule. The links to the newest worship service are posted to this site each Sunday morning by 8am. If you have trouble getting a video file to play using Google Chrome, we suggest trying with Microsoft Edge.
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.