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Every Sunday until September, starting at 10:00 am

Please Welcome Pastor Gary Willingham-McLain
to the Pulpit.

All are welcomed and encouraged to join us!

Mindfulness in Marriage- (adapted from article written by Aubrey Hartshorn of the Healthy Humans Project.)

By elktonpresbyterian | June 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Mindfulness is a pretty trendy word these days, but what exactly is mindfulness and how can it help us in our marriages? Dr. John Kabat-Zinn defines mindfulness as an “awareness that arises through paying attention, […]

Farewell To Lisa Chase Luncheon

By elktonpresbyterian | June 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Dear Elkton Presbyterian Church,   Thank you for the lovely reception that you gave for me on May 19.  I am still overwhelmed by your kindness – the tributes and the gift of communion chalice and […]

Youth Group Summer Time Update

By elktonpresbyterian | June 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Can you believe it’s June already? While you’re getting ready to head on your summer vacations, the youth group is getting ready for our Mission Trip this month!

A Word From Pastor Gary

By elktonpresbyterian | June 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

On my first day as a new resident of Elkton, I stopped in at American Home and Hardware, on Main Street, and I got interested in the swiss army knives. When I chose one, the […]

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Even after beginning a real relationship with Christ, many people struggle to find the freedom that is talked about in scripture. We want you to find that freedom and what that means for your life.

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