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December 24, 2014 Christmas Eve Worship Services

Click here to view the bulletin for our December 24, 2014 Christmas Eve Service - 5pm

Click here to view the bulletin for our December 24, 2014 Christmas Eve Service - 9pm


Tercentennial Homecoming Weekend - Photo Gallery

September 5 - 7, 2014 was a very special weekend of celebrating our church's 300th anniversary!  We hope you enjoy looking at some of the festive activities at Homecoming Weekend Photos.

Tercentennial Capital Campaign Project Updates - August 2014

Please click on the categories below to learn more about the current status of the Capital Campaign projects and expenditures.

1.  Project Status

2.  Project Expenditures

Also of note, Bob Frazier and his team (Chuck Mater, Jim Stuck and Ed Gazze) have continued to paint both interior walls and exterior wood surfaces as part of the sprucing up of the church.  If you would like to help with the painting, please contact Bob.


Tercentennial Street Fair - June 8, 2014 (Final - Part 4)

Our Tercentennial Street Fair was a triumphant community celebration of our history!  New relationships were formed with our neighbors and within our own congregation.  Click here to see the continued festivities.  We are grateful for all who shared the day with us.

Tercentennial Street Fair Photos, June 8, 2014 (Part 3)

Click here for more crafts, musicians, friends and important history celebrated at our Tercentennial Street Fair.

Tercentennial Street Fair Photos, June 8, 2014 (Part 2)

What was happening at our Tercentennial Street Fair?  Food, music, crafts, and fun with community friends!  Click here to "experience" the day!

Tercentennial Street Fair Photos, June 8, 2014 (Part 1)

Our Tercentennial Street Fair was held on June 8, 2014. It was a wonderful community celebration where our history "came to life" for an afternoon of fun!  Click here to see the first in a series of photo galleries.

Old Presbyterian Cemetery - Military Veterans

There are several military veterans buried in the old Presbyterian cemetery.  Click here to review the list of names.

300th Anniversary - Social Hall Progress/Asbestos Removal

Asbestos removal in the social hall started April 28 and was expected to last 4 weeks.  As of May 5, one half of the removal has been completed.  Work continues on the remaining space.  Pictures of the entire social hall area can be found at Social Hall Progress/Asbestos Removal.

300th Anniversary Memories

See the latest Memorials and Testimonials from long-time church members in celebration of our church's 300th anniversary.

Final Art Exhibit

Lenten Art Exhibit
Celebrating 300 years of gifts and talents

Be sure to stop in the church library between now and Easter Sunday.  After weeks of adding art contributions, the Art Exhibit is complete.

Paul writing to the Romans noted:
For as one body, we have many parts and all do not have the same function.  All do not have the same gifts.

Likewise, we, though many, are one body of Christ, and individually members one of another,  having gifts that differ according to the grace given us.

What a perfect time to contemplate and celebrate our gifts, during Lent of our 300th year.

Contributing artists include: Bettie Appenzeller, Dorothy Bishoff, Don Blakey, George Dunn, Tony Estus, Beverly Everett, Pat Lohrmann, Harriet Myer, Eva Ritter, Sandy Rhodes, Ron Sherman, Betty Skinner, Barbara Stephens, George Williams, Jean Wright, and from outside of the congregation, a piece by Jan Crumpley and a commissioned piece by Jack Lewis are featured.

For information on all of the artists, please see Art Exhibit Artists.

For photos of some of the items on exhibit, please see Art Exhibit Photos.


Tercentennial Update for March 2014

Tercentennial Updates for March 2014 include the following:

1.  Lenten Art Exhibit

2.  Street Fair Activities

3.  Church Memories Questionaire

Old Presbyterian Cemetery - Legislators

A new page has been added to our Tercenntenial Anniversary website! 

The Old Presbyterian Cemetery is located at South Governors Avenue and North Street in Dover.  Click on Old Presbyterian Cemetery to learn more about some of the famous Delawareans who are buried there.