Upcoming Events

NEW MEMBER CLASSES will be held soon for those wishing to explore official membership at SPC. If you are interested in learning more, please contact the church office at office@shepherdstownpresbyterian.org. Pastor Gusti will be reaching out soon to those who have already signed up.
SUNDAY WORSHIP IN COMING WEEKS will continue to be live streamed via the SPC Facebook group—just click on https://www.facebook.com/groups/spcworks and wait for the “live stream” box to appear—Sunday at 11:00 a.m. For additional information, see: Meeting House Live! on our website. All are welcome to attend. A Facebook account is not required to access this.
ALL GATHERINGS IN THE CHURCH BUILDING HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED through August 30 due to the Coronovirus. Please email the church office office@shepherdstownpresbyterian.org if your committee or team is planning to meet electronically.
RACISM, JUSTICE AND FAITH Sunday, August 16, 9:30 a.m:
SPC Adult Education and Social Justice Committees invite you to participate in our continuing series on Racism, Justice and Faith, Sunday, August 16th, at 9:30am. We will discuss True Justice, the documentary on Bryan Stevenson and the Equal Justice Initiative as well as the EJI Museum and Memorial in Montgomery, AL. This is the start of a full Fall of racial justice content and work. If you have not yet had an opportunity to see True Justice, go to True Justice to find several viewing options.
Local Fundraisers…
SHEPHERDSTOWN SHARES, is a local non-profit created to help our community get through this COVID crisis. Our new initiative is Your Change Changes Lives! Take your unneeded loose change to Jefferson Security Bank, tell them it’s a donation to Shepherdstown Shares and they’ll do the rest. The $ will be used for our local community. For more information, go to shepherdstownshares.org or email them at shephshares@gmail.com
DONATIONS TO MARTINSBURG UNION RESCUE MISSION made during the first week of August will be matched by the City National Bank of Martinsburg up to $2,000. SPC has supported the Mission for years. They have an urgent need for a new wood stove, which saves them $800 a month in heating water. Mail checks to: Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission, PO Box 843, Martinsburg, WV 25402, or donate online at https://martinsburgunionrescuemission.com. “A Door of Hope to the Hopeless.”