We welcome you here! Perhaps you’re only curious about “that Church on the Corner” but no matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, we welcome you. Our members are warm, conversational, and interested in sharing what we have with you. Children, youth, and adults find inspiration and even find fun here! Worship is filled with music, meditations, big screen videos, and Scripture-based messages. We’re thrilled that you’ve come to visit our website and we hope that you’ll visit us in person, if you haven’t already.
Our Minister: You’re welcome at our 10am Sunday Worship service where Rev. Jack DePond brings thought provoking messages. We’ve found that he has a great sense of humor and cares deeply for us. Guest speakers fill our pulpit once a month and we enjoy the different perspectives that they bring.
Our Youth Ministry: Children are welcome at our after school program in the Youth Center. It is a safe place for children from 3-5:30pm each weekday, with games, movies, computers, and snacks. FREE Lunch and a Movie are hosted by Josh Glossop with help from volunteers on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lunch is 11:30 to 12:30 with the movie following. Josh is the Sunday School leader and the Nursery Attendant is Mary Glossop.
Our Summer Worship Service: You’re welcome to come as you are to our shortened 10am Service for inspiration, prayers and fellowship. You’ll love the casual atmosphere and refreshments, too!
What We Believe: We welcome and affirm that women and men of all ages, races, ethnicity, and worldly conditions are made one in Christ by the power of the Spirit. We Believe the good news of the gospel and we believe in love of God and Neighbor. You’re welcome to join us as we seek to know God by exploring, questioning and discovering our faith in him.
Our History: Centerville First Presbyterian was the first church to begin meeting in the new City of Centerville about 165 years ago. Worshipers gathered for Sunday school in just the second building built in the town. A few years later in 1851, the church was chartered with twelve members and the first building was completed one block south of the Centerville square. This first building was replaced by two other structures until our current church building was built in 1893! Our building is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a marvelous example of Queen Anne architecture-the only one in the area.