Monday, December 24, 2018

Community Christmas Eve Service of Worship and Music

Marshall Presbyterian Church invites you to refresh your spirit and rejoice that Jesus has come to save us, no matter who we are or what we have done or even failed to do!

5 p.m. today— see you there!

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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Steve Davidowski and Friends at MPC Thursday, December 20!

Marshall Presbyterian Church is the It-place to be for the annual Neighbors in Need Food Pantry and Crisis Organization benefit concert presented by Marshall's own Steve Davidowski and Friends! Every year we ask, "How can they possibly top last year's concert?" and every year they do!

Jazz and other genres are guaranteed to turn any frown upside down, so round up a couple of cans of food or bring a donation if you can and enjoy a great show while helping others weather the winter.

You snooze, you lose! Downbeat is at 7 p.m.;
see you there!😀

165 S. Main Street, Marshall, NC 28753; serving Marshall and Madison County for 120 years!

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Friday, November 30, 2018

Christmas at Marshall Presbyterian Church

Everyone is welcome to celebrate Advent and Christmas at Marshall Presbyterian Church.

December 2:  Holiday fellowship meal
December 8, 11 am: Christmas parade
December 20, 7pm:   Steve Davidowski & Friends Concert
December 16: Angel gifts for Madison County children due
December 21, 2-5pm: Angel Tree party
December 23: Communion
December 24, 5pm: Community Christmas Eve
                              service of Music
Mondays, 6 p.m.                                                 Scouts
Tuesdays, 1-3 p.m.                     Neighbors in Need
Thursdays, 6:30-ish p.m.               Choir rehearsal
Thursdays, 3 – 5:30                        Arts Council JAM
Thursdays, 6 p.m.                                               Scouts

Fridays, 7 p.m.                                                            AA

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Mexican Lunch November 8 11:30

Enjoy a delicious meal November 8

Why:        All proceeds go to charity. 
                Delicious Mexican food.

When:      November 8

               11:30 until there is no more food left!

Location:  Marshall Presbyterian Church
                 165 Main Street
                      (across from the Town offices)


Tuesday, July 24, 2018

What can I do to help victims of human trafficking?

Our Voice and  North Carolina's Project No Rest have much to say about how we can help victims of human trafficking.  

LEARN in an Evening of Awareness and Action at Marshall Presbyterian Church on Tuesday August 7 at 7 p.m.  

KEEP EMERGENCY HOTLINE NUMBERS in your cell phone contacts (from Project No Rest):
  • 888-373-7888
  • or text HELP to BeFree (233733)
LEARN THE SIGNS of someone who is in trouble at Project No Rest

DONATE to Our Voice:  used cell phones, underwear, backpacks filled with toiletries and other needs. (located in the Family Justice Center, Asheville  - across from the YMCA).

Saturday, July 21, 2018

August 7th presentation on Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking is defined as forcing, fooling, or frightening someone into performing labor or sex acts for profit.

Cathy Chang and her husband, Juan Lopez, are mission co-workers in Manila, Philippines. They help global partners such as churches and nongovernmental organizations address issues of migration and human trafficking.

They will be speaking at Marshall Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, August 7, at 7pm.  All are welcome to join in this eye-opening presentation.

That same evening, get involved locally through Project No Rest will be shared. Project No Rest works to reduce human trafficking in North Carolina.

Join with your neighbors Tuesday, August 7 to hear from Cathy and Juan about the work of global and local partners seeking justice, speaking up for the voiceless, and setting the oppressed free. Find out how we all can be part of the solution.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Worship May 20th

Because of the rain we will NOT meet at Glory Ridge for Pentecost Sunday.  Instead we will worship in the MPC Catacombs (our basement chapel) because the carpet in the sanctuary is still damp from being cleaned. 

All are welcome to join us for Pentecost Sunday.