Saturday, September 7, 2019

Boil Water Order Lifted

Good news: The Town of Marshall has lifted the Boil Water Order; the water is safe to use!

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Thursday, September 5, 2019

Boil Water Notice

Hello Friends,

Until further notice, please boil water that you intend to drink or use for at least one minute and allow it to cool. The Town of Marshall is experiencing a problem in the municipal water system.



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Saturday, April 20, 2019

We’re ON for Easter Sunday!

Hello Friends, no more significant rain materialized, so we're ON for Easter Sunday services at Marshall Presbyterian Church at 7:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.!


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Will they or won’t they??

Hello Friends,
After yesterday's weather mayhem we are evaluating what to do regarding services tomorrow. As of now we're ON for the Easter Sunrise service and the 11 a.m. service.
Please note that the Sunrise service will be at Marshall Presbyterian Church instead of the island.
More rain is expected today, so check back here this evening for definitive answers.
In the meantime, please be aware of any road closures and stay safe!

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Sunday, March 31, 2019

Fishing to serve the world

One Great Hour of Sharing

During Lent, Presbyterians in Marshall and all over the country are stuffing cardboard fish with coins for the One Great Hour of Sharing offering.  Again this year MPC will have a "fishing contest" with another Presbyterian Church in Texas - sharing the fun in a conference call the Sunday after Easter.  
Your organization may want to apply for help from the One Great Hour of Sharing.  Madison County's Neighbors in Need has been granted funds from OGHS in the past. 

The combined offerings are shared through grants:



For an interactive map of 2018 grants, click here.  

April 7: Free lunch, great folks

Enjoy lunch with your community:
  • Noon, Sunday, April 7
  • Marshall Presbyterian Church social hall
ROARRural Organizing and Resilience, is joining with Marshall Presbyterian Church and Beacon of Hope to offer lunch to the Madison County community.  All are welcome.  

This is not a fund raiser, there is no charge.  

The goal is to have Madison County community folks meet, break bread, and chat with other Madison County community folks.

ROARRural Organizing and Resilience formed in Madison County, NC in the Spring of 2017 in response to the need for a rural voice working for all who call these mountains home.  ROAR works to strengthen connections and respect among all people in our mountain communities by countering systems of oppression through education, outreach, empowerment and mutual aid.

Don't miss this opportunity!

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Ash Wednesday is March 6!

...and Pastor Melissa will be joining other area clergy for an Ash Wednesday service at Mars Hill University's Broyhill Chapel.

Join friends, neighbors, students, and strangers in worship and receiving ashes; the service begins at High Noon. Arrive early to get a good parking space.

For those who cannot make it to today's service, there will be another opportunity this Sunday, March 10, here at Marshall Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. with Elder Carol Brown presiding.



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