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far and near, in this way of life.

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Hope on Mt. Hope

Hope on Mt Hope Dear Friends, Neighbors, Family Members, and more. Three years ago, I took a survey of the groups who use our church building at South Presbyterian. Did you know that our doors opened 15,000 times that year for people coming to us for something OTHER than church or church-related programs? That’s right. And that’s just on their way “in.”…

What does Christmas mean Today?

What does it really mean to celebrate Christmas in our culture? For those of us who look to Jesus as our model for living in relationship with God, Christmas is not just a feel-good story that recalls pageants when we (or our children) were young. Christmas is a time of welcoming the birth (or re-birth) of Hope, Love, Light and Joy in…

“Church? – I Don’t Think So.”

That comment is SO common today. Maybe YOU even feel that way sometimes. For many people, “church” has come to represent terrible things like judgment, privilege, and abuse of power. In fact, if you Google “Church is …” the top five choices to finish that entry are: Messy           Boring          Bride of Christ      …

It’s a New Day

For Up-to-Date News, Click on NEWS in Upper Left-Hand Corner (above the SPC logo) Well, folks … here we are, coming up on the October 31st deadline when our previous website SouthPresbyterian.com will cease to exist.  It will go silent, as they say … but fortunately, WE will not go silent. This new website promises to be exciting and much easier to navigate…

Our New Home On The Web…

Hello! Welcome to our new online platform! We’re so excited about this new website, but realize there are a few bits and pieces that aren’t quite complete. Please have a look around, check out the calendar for our weekly services and events. If you have any questions, feel free to call the church office 8 AM to noon, Monday through Friday. We…

Deep Roots in College Town

Times change. Buildings come and go. Neighbors rotate through the houses with every graduating class in this city of schools. South Church has witnessed this perennial cycle for more than 100 years. The Mount Hope Neighborhood is evolving again with it’s College Town development, and again, South Church watches from it’s perch at the 4 street intersection in the heart of College…