Julia Springer convergent media art

Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church will host an exhibition of Julia Springer’s convergent media art from May 10 to June 7, 2015. An Artist’s Reception will be held at noon on Sunday, May 24 in the Fellowship Hall.

Disaster in Nepal

The children's Sunday Studio offering this Sunday, May 3 will go to our church's relief efforts in Nepal. At First Pew, Pastor Tremba will tell children about the ways the church can help and offer a prayer for the peoples and relief workers in Nepal.

If you'd like to help the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is responding to the earthquake disaster, providing emergency relief and short term recovery with our partner, ACT Alliance and its members who are already on the ground.

SPC Solar Project Wins National Award!

In celebration of Earth Day, Interfaith Power & Light (IPL) has announced its annual Cool Congregations Challenge winners, and SPC's solar project just won a first place award as a renewable energy role model!


Saturday • April 18 • 2 p.m. SPC Sanctuary
Friends will be recieved from 1 to 2 p.m at the church.  Memorial service at 2:00 p.m. followed by interment at Elmwood Cemetery. Following interment, a reception will be held at SPC in the Fellowship Hall. To view obituary go to Marian Buckner

Easter Sunrise Service

Informal sunrise service held at Rumsey Monument on Easter morning. 

2015 English for Ethiopia

The ESL (English as Second Language) Committee is now accepting applications for this summer’s ESL Summer Teaching program in Ethiopia.  They are looking for 4-5 committed people who would like a “Vacation with a Purpose” this summer.

Help the people of Vanuatu

PCUSA, acting through Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA), is partnering with Action by Churches Together (ACT) Alliance coordinating donations toward this particular disaster. Donations can be made by individuals and congregations online to PDA account no. DR 999 999. Specify the Vanuatu disaster. Many other relief agencies, such as UNICEF, are also responding. Due to the remoteness of Vanuatu, it is not practical to think of donations in kind.