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Community Presbyterian Church

of St. Maries

Our mission is to worship God,
to proclaim and teach the message of Jesus Christ,
and to faithfully serve all God’s people.

Welcome to The Community Presbyterian Church!

The Community Presbyterian Church is a union congregation of two St. Maries churches - the Methodist Church, which was founded in 1900 and the Presbyterian Church, founded in 1912.

  In 1943 the two congregations formed a federated church and met in the Presbyterian sanctuary at 830 College Avenue. This continued until 1952 when the congregations merged and formed the Community Presbyterian Church. The Rev. William Easson was serving as pastor at that time.

  In 1963, under the leadership of the Rev. Winnfield Stevens, the congregation built the present sanctuary and Christian Education building. The sanctuary is designed for worship around the communion table. The circle of fellowship is composed of the congregation, the choir and the minister with Christ at the head of the table - represented by the cross. The huge cross was hand-hewn from a cedar log by Elder Jack Dittman and the table was hand-made by Rev. Stevens.

  The rock for the walls came from the top of St. Joe Baldy Mountain. It remains one of the most attractive sanctuaries in the Northwest.

We want you to feel at home when you’re with us, hopefully this will help.

Where are you located?

What do I wear?

What is worship like?

Where do my kids go?

What do you believe?

Faith

From the Book of Confessions, please read

A Brief Statement of Faith

Get answers to these and other questions here...

God didn't promise days without pain, laughter without sorrow, or sun without rain, but He did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears, and light for the way. If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it.

Church Resources

This is where you can find forms and information about Church services and well you know, resources.

Staff

These are the people that keep the place humming.

Volunteers

Actually, These are the people that keep the place humming.