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Sunday

Regular Sunday Worship in the Church Buidling (155 Chestnut Street)

and Via Zoom at 11:00 AM.

Click HERE for Zoom Worship Service 
You can also call in with a regular phone. Use this phone number to call in: 929-205-6099
Meeting ID: 816 1455 1199

Zoom can be used on computers, tablets, and smart phones.  

 

Tuesday Night Bible Study
Follow this link to join the Tuesday Night Bible Study. The Tuesday night group will be studying Handel's "Messiah" scripture lessons for Advent and Christmas season.
Click this LINK to join at 7:00 PM. 

 

Mission Statement

The mission of the Clinton Presbyterian Church is to reflect the love of Jesus Christ in our church, community and the world.

We do this by welcoming ALL who want to worship and learn about the love of God. We welcome people...

Mission Statement >

 

Weekly Bulletin 

The online bulletin reflects the regular Sunday Worship bulletin, just in a friendleir format for viewing online..

The bulletin will include scripture, the order of worship and our most current missions.

Check back every Thursday for the next Sunday bulletin!

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Welcome to the Clinton Presbyterian

Church from Pastor Meagan

Testimonials
  • I was invited to come attend the Clinton Pres. from my friend, who knew I was in a very bad place after losing the love of my life, Bob. Your church was so welcoming and the celebration type energy was much needed and welcomed. I sincerely had a good feeling in my heart when I left there after my very first visit. I talk to God every night since then......Thank You!

    Debbie - Non-Member, Church Friend over 1 year
  • Porque somos bem recebidos(con carinho e atenção). Because we receive New faces (with affection and attention).

    Franco - Member Since 2015
  • I think that “our style” is a big part of what makes us welcoming and inviting. We don’t judge people on their clothing or their skin color or who they are with, we just invite them into the fold. We are laid back and not uptight. We laugh, we applaud, we sing, we dance. We are also quiet and spiritual and deep thinking. This can happen all in the span of one service. I also think our acceptance of children and families (and all the joyous noise) helps visitors and newcomers feel welcome.

    Lisa - Member Since 2009
  • The people are warm and accepting and the service isn't rigid.

    Dick - Member Over 30 Years!