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Upcoming Events
JUL

28

SUN
Adult Video Sunday school
9:30 AM to 10:15 AM
The Video Sunday School Class will meet at 9:30 A.M each Sunday.
This ten-week series looks at real people whose lives were changed when they came face to face with Jesus. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information call Jimmie Kruntorad at 903-784-5800.
CHOIR REHEARSAL
10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Summer choir rehearsal Sunday morning in the choir loft.
Worship Service
10:45 AM
Sanctuary
Children's Church School
10:45 AM
following the children's message during morning worship.
AUG

04

SUN
Goodland Presbyterian Academy Dollar Day
Contribution Envelopes for Goodland Home support
Adult Video Sunday school
9:30 AM to 10:15 AM
The Video Sunday School Class will meet at 9:30 A.M each Sunday.
This ten-week series looks at real people whose lives were changed when they came face to face with Jesus. Everyone is invited to attend. For more information call Jimmie Kruntorad at 903-784-5800.
Worship Service
10:45 AM
Sanctuary
Children's Church School
10:45 AM
following the children's message during morning worship.
AUG

05

MON
Worship & Music Committee
4:30 PM
Fellowship Hall
Contact Us
Central Presbyterian Church
  • 309 S. Church St.
    Paris, Texas 75460
  • Phone 903-784-4381
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Worship
Pastor: Rev. David Darrow

Traditional Sunday Worship   10:45 a.m.

Central Presbyterian Church takes time each week to worship God and to give thanks for our many blessings. While we encourage prayer and worship throughout our daily lives, we worship together on Sunday mornings at 10:45 a.m. Our services are traditional in method, but have a wide range of musical styles. The service is structured with traditional liturgy including time for prayer, Scripture, sermon, children’s time, hymns, and special music. There are opportunities for all ages to praise and worship God.

Communion

This is also called the Lord's SupperHoly Communion or the Eucharist.  It's a time to renew faith and strengthen participants for the duties and privileges of Christian service.

In Communion, the bread and wine represent the sacrificial body and blood of Christ and recall the last meal shared with the apostles.  Together they symbolize the new covenant between God and all people.

The people are either served the bread and grape juice while sitting in the pews, or they come forward to receive the elements.

Presbyterians practice an open Communion table: All baptized Christians are welcome to participate, no matter what their  denomination is.