The Community Christmas Eve service will be at 5pm on Tuesday, December 24th. It will be a beautiful way to celebrate Christmas.
Come enjoy the music of the choir composed of singers from different community churches, enjoy the beautiful Christmas tree and trimmings donated by a friend of the church and decorated by church members, enjoy a special musical offering by choir director Kenny Cheek and his mother, support Neighbors in Need food pantry and Madison County Hospice with the offering, sing Silent Night in the candle-light, take home a "poke" representing Christmas gifts in the past, and celebrate the birth of our Savior.
Monday, November 18, 2013
Monday, September 2, 2013
On Sunday September 8 Marshall Presbyterian Church will welcome the Prodigal Sons from the Buncombe Correctional Center to lead us in an hour of worship and praise. Join us at 11 am to hear this inspiring group.
Posted by ET at 6:45 PM
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Friday, December 21, 2012
5 pm will be the starting time for the 2012 Community Christmas Eve music service at Marshall Presbyterian Church.
The music will be led by Kenny Cheek, MPC choir director and graduate of Mars Hill College. An offering will be given to the Neighbors in Need Food Pantry and Crisis Fund.
Begin your Christmas Eve with this beautiful service!
Posted by ET at 6:47 AM
On Thursday, December 20, Marshall Presbyterian Church was filled with everything from a medieval lute to the sound of a pipe organ playing jazz during the Annual Christmas Concert Benefit for Neighbors in Need on Thursday. Jazz pianist Steve Davidowski organized the concert to raise funds for the Neighbors in Need food pantry and crisis fund. This is the 6th concert Steve has organized for the charity.
Steve Davidowski's trio, with bassist James Simmons and drummer Jeffry Rudolph, thrilled the audience with jazz renditions of favorite carols. Sam Parker, Mary Eagle, Steve Garrison, Kevin Jetter and and 11 other local other local talented musicians presented a diverse genre of Christmas music. Even the Snow Queen, Emily Craig, who recently appeared with the Asheville Ballet, brought the magic of the Nutcracker to Marshall.
The joy of Christmas was enhanced by the beautiful tree and decorations in the sanctuary at Marshall Presbyterian Church. Kenny Cheek, Mars Hill College graduate and choir director at the church thanked the musicians and invited everyone to the 5 pm Christmas Eve music service where the offering will also be given to Neighbors in Need.
Neighbors in Need serves Madison County by providing gives food and financial assistance in crisis situations to residents. Neighbors in Need is a 501(c)(3) charity supported by local churches and volunteer workers and can be contacted at 828-649-3622.
Posted by ET at 6:41 AM