Holy Week


EMPTY TOMB, NEVER-ENDING STORY: What It Means to Rise From the Dead. Wednesday, March 31, 7:30 p.m. via Zoom. Contemplative reflections on the meaning of the resurrection through art, poetry, scripture, and music.

Looking forward to Easter

WATER THROUGH THE WILDERNESS: A Virtual Service for Maundy Thursday. Thursday, April 1, 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. This year's Maundy Thursday service will reimagine the traditional ceremony of foot-washing as an oasis of hope through the desert of Good Friday.

SPC Receives $1,000 "Innovations in Worship" Grant from the Shenandoah Presbytery

SPC received a $1,000 Innovations in Worship Grant from the Shenandoah Presbytery. “Worship is the life and breath of the congregation”, the Presbytery states as the basis for funding new and creative ways to support the worshipping community. The grant to SPC will offset some of the costs of “Meeting House Live!”, the online worship program that SPC stood up in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Souper Bowl of Caring

If you would like to donate to this year’s campaign, SPC will split the money collected between Jefferson County Community Ministry and Shepherdstown Shares Food pantry.

Online Service Archive Now Available

Members and Friends, the recording archive for all of our services since March 15, 2020 is available in a growing and sharable collection.

SPC Annual Report

The SPC Annual Report is attachedbelow and covers the period from September 2019 through August 2020. 

Shepherdstown Shares

Shepherdstown SHARES exists to respond to any crisis that threatens the lives, vitality, and prosperity of the Shepherdstown community. We serve anyone in the zip code, and often beyond. For more information about this group and how you can help, go to

Listed are their September projects:

A Call to All: Our First All-Church Read

Race is not something people can choose to ignore anymore. Ijeoma Oluo

This fall each of us is invited to read So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo. This is the first time SPC has embarked on a church-wide reading experience together. Why this book and why now?


Please note - There will be no Prayer Portico on Wednesday, September 2.

The Prayer Portico is a way to give people a chance to interact with the church space, each Wednesday and Sunday evening from 6 to 8pm. The Prayer Portico is a chance to come to the church property and give yourself some time for prayer, meditation, and reflection. Candle-lit prayer stations will be set up along the portico on the right side of the building -- entering from the front. There will be four stations, properly distanced where you can, if you wish, light a candle, say a prayer and have some time to meditate and reflect. No appointment is necessary, it is first come, first served. All are welcomed. Please follow mask and social distancing guidelines.

PCUSA YARD SIGNS in support of Black lives.

PCUSA YARD SIGNS in support of Black lives. Show your support for Black lives and the anti racism commitment of our church and denomination. Price per sign around $11. Place your order by 4 pm Thursday, August 27 at Click on "Read More" to see the image.