Hancock Presbyterian Church (U.S.A)


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Hancock Presbyterian Church (U.S.A)


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WELCOME

Hancock Church is like a mustard seed.  Jesus said that the Kingdom of God is like what happens to a tiny mustard seed: it grows into a great shrub that becomes a blessing.  Through commitment and resilience, the worship, ministry, and mission outreach of Hancock Church seek to be a blessing to the Tri-State community, to our nation and around the world.  We are reminded that it is not the amount of work that we do for Our Lord or the number of people who are a part of that work, but that together as the church, each of us faithfully answers God’s call to build His Kingdom.  

Each and every person is important in God’s sight.  We all belong to God. Together as the Church, our talents and strengths combine to worship God, celebrate through Word and Sacrament, grow in faith and service, and support one another in ministry.  All are welcome.

Welcome to Hancock Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), a small church with a mighty call to plant seeds, grow, bear fruit, and be a blessing to our neighbors near and far.

—Blessings and love, Pastor Terry


WORSHIP

11:00 am every Sunday, September 2, 2018 through May 26, 2019

Sacrament of Holy Communion:  First Sunday of each month


From the Pastor


Journey to Bethlehem

The Seasons of Advent and Christmas celebrate the coming of Christ (Messiah) Jesus as a baby born in Bethlehem. The journey to get to Christ is repeated each year, not become Jesus and the Bible story has changed but because so much has changed in us since our last visit. A whole year has passed, a year that brought many changes in our lives. Some of them good, some of them not so good, some of them heart-breaking. We all need to make this annual journey to receive Christ Jesus again and anew into our hearts.

Come join us for the journey.

Blessings, Pastor Terry

From the Pastor


Journey to Bethlehem

The Seasons of Advent and Christmas celebrate the coming of Christ (Messiah) Jesus as a baby born in Bethlehem. The journey to get to Christ is repeated each year, not become Jesus and the Bible story has changed but because so much has changed in us since our last visit. A whole year has passed, a year that brought many changes in our lives. Some of them good, some of them not so good, some of them heart-breaking. We all need to make this annual journey to receive Christ Jesus again and anew into our hearts.

Come join us for the journey.

Blessings, Pastor Terry