Worship Times and Information
Worship is at the heart of our life together and so we meet each Sunday morning. Whether you are a seeker or a visitor to the area, here you will be invited to explore your faith, ask questions and encounter the Divine Mystery that is the source of all life and creation.
Our worship services begin at 10:00 a.m.
This year, our Sunday School time will coincide with our worship service. The children will begin with the congregation in the main church and then go to their Sunday School room after the children’s time.
Parking is available in the municipal lot located north of Wyatt St. West. Two accessible parking spots are available near the Wyatt St. entrance to the Church and there are others in front of the Kindred Credit Union in the municipal lot. An accessible washroom and a lift to the second floor sanctuary (and concert space) are also available from the Wyatt St. entrance.
Three Churches Worshiping Together
This summer, three of the churches in Elmira have decided to worship together. Three services will be held at each church and the sermons will focus on the Parables of Jesus. The first three Sundays we will worship at St. James, then at Trinity United for the following three Sundays and finally at Gale Presbyterian for the final three Sundays. Each Sunday will begin with fellowship and refreshments at 9:30 a.m. followed by worship at 10:00 a.m.
For the next three Sundays the three churches will be worshiping together at Gale Presbyterian. The first two services (August 4 & 11) will be led by Pastor Scott Sinclair as Pastor Hans will be away on holiday.
August 4 we will focus on the Parable of the Rich Fool (only found in the Gospel of Luke) who builds barns to store his grain only to find his life demanded of him.
August 11 we will focus on the Parable of the Faithful Servant – the one who kept awake to ensure he was aware when the master returned.
Join us on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for refreshments and conversation as we join with members of Gale Presbyterian and Trinity United and we explore the meaning of this parable and how it can be relevant for us today.
Should you wish a pastoral conversation, please call the church office at 519-669-5591