Welcome visitors, neighbors, friends, and members. We hope that, through your visit to our web site, you are able to become better acquainted with our church. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. We invite you to visit us next Sunday morning at 10:00am for Worship.
Since 1740 Greenwich Church has served people with a lively faith, a living hope, and a warm love. We provide inspiring worship, edifying Church School, a vital youth ministry, and adult and family fellowship. We also sponsor youth and adult choirs, and Boy Scout and Junior Girl Scout programs. We are actively involved in public service and Christian Mission locally, nationwide, and worldwide. For more about the history of Old Greenwich, visit the History and Tour page.
Old Greenwich Presbyterian Church is a member of the Newton Presbytery, which is a member of the Synod of the Northeast, and finally the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA). The PCUSA has designed a brief guide to facts about the Presbyterian Church. It includes a short church history, the church's theological beliefs and position on social issues. Visit "PCUSA's Presbyterian 101: What does it mean to be a Presbyterian?".
To spread the Word of God, Old Greenwich Presbyterian Church has a worship service every Sunday at 10:00am. Recordings of the Sunday service are available at the bottom of our Worship Services page.
The Sunday School program (for toddlers through Grade 7) runs during the same time period as the church service. Please visit the Sunday School page for more information about the curriculum. Eighth graders attend confirmation classes. Grades 9 to 12 attend youth group and participate in an annual working retreat.
Throughout the year there are many opportunities for adult education. These include Bible Studies, Small Groups, Programs, and Fellowship opportunities. Visit the calendar for current events.
New Member Classes
A series of classes for those interested in becoming members of Old Greenwich is held two times each year, in the spring and fall. These classes usually meet immediately after the worship service and childcare is available. Please contact the pastor at (908) 479-4449 or email the pastor at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like more information.
Chancel choir practice is now Wed. at 7:30.
Sunday School Rally Day, Sep. 7 at 9:30 marks the transition from Summer Sunday School to our traditional Sunday School.
The Women's Bible Study will meet Sep. 9 at 11:30 to discuss Chapter 8 of "Bad Girls From the Bible". Bring a bag lunch and beverage, dessert will be provided. We're a friendly and lively bunch and welcome new members! Books are available.
Attention singers! Please join Heather Sorenson for a workshop Sat. Nov 1 at noon. Attention music lovers! Please come to the culminating concert at 7:30pm. Download the registration form here.
Listen & learn about our Parish Pastor's march from Selma to Montgomery with Dr. Martin Luther King!