Friday, September 29, 2017

Blessing of the Animals is October 8!

Join us on the church parking lot at 9 a.m. rain or shine for a Blessing of the Animals Service

in honor and remembrance of St. Francis of Assisi

and in recognizing the blessing of the Creation. 

 

If it barks, purrs, crawls, baaas, bleats, neighs or anything else, Pastor Melissa will bless it!

 

People and pets can enjoy treats after the service. 

 

Who knows?  Maybe Chester the Goat will be there;

regardless, please safely leash, bridle, restrain or contain your pet

and we’ll see you October 8!

 

Marshall Presbyterian Church

165 S. Main Street, Marshall, NC 28753

828 649 3622

 

#goodnewsnotfakenews!

 

We're Cookin' Up a Storm!

Hey Everyone,

 

Marshall Presbyterian Church is a proud supporter of the Madison County Arts Council!

 

The Council’s annual Art on the Island event is tomorrow, September 30, from 10-5 on Blannahassett Island. 

 

Enjoy a GORGEOUS fall day, admire the works of art, get a little shopping done, and then head over to OUR booth for a DEE-licious lunch!

 

See you there!

 

 

Friday, June 2, 2017

Church on the Road June 4!

Marshall Presbyterian church is attending a special service at Glory Ridge Sunday, June 4!

We'll be back next Sunday and wish you a safe, productive, and fun week!

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Mermaid Festival Fish Fry!

Ahoy, Mateys!

Marshall Presbyterian is honored to be asked to do a Fish Fry tomorrow June 3) for the 10th Annual Mermaid Festival!

Come see Chef Cap'n Garry, Cole Slaw Queen Genell King, and your favorite Church Ladies and Guys on Back Street behind the post office and they'll serve up a DEE-LICIOUS plate of:
Whitefish
Cole Slaw
French Fries
Hush Puppies (in case you've got a yapper)
Cold drinks
Brownie

All so fresh you'll have to slap 'em!

$10/plate goes to support the church's outreach projects here in Madison County and in other parts of the world.

Come on by and enjoy good food with your friends in Marshall and Madison County! :-D






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Saturday, April 8, 2017

Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Easter Schedule

April 9, Palm Sunday

11 a.m. service with palms, the Lord’s Supper; then the stripping and draping of the sanctuary and departure in silence

 

April 10-13

At some point spend time in silent reflection in the sanctuary

 

April 13

6 p.m. Seder meal with Calvary Baptist Church assisting

 

April 14

At some point spend time in silent reflection in the sanctuary

 

April 16, Easter

7:30 a.m. sunrise service with First Baptist Church Marshall on Blannahassett Island.  If rain between 6:30-7:30 a.m., the service will be held at Marshall Presbyterian Church.

 

11 a.m. Easter service of worship and music in the sanctuary

 

Marshall Presbyterian Church wishes you a reflective and meaningful Holy Week and joyous Easter!

 

 

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Snow, schmow!

Marshall Presbyterian Church is ON for worship at 11 a.m. Sunday, March 12! See you here...er, THERE!😀

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Imposition of the Ashes at MHU Broyhill Chapel March 1

We invite you to attend an ecumenical Ash Wednesday service at noon at Mars Hill University’s Broyhill Chapel (on Hwy 213 that runs through the MHU campus).   Rev. Melissa and pastors from several area communities of faith will lead the service. 

 

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of forty days of introspection; pondering our mortality and our need of a savior (the ashes are a symbol of our mortality).   The forty days are a time of penitence, prayer, and fasting, and they can also be a time of taking up a discipline that honors the Creation and our Savior.  The forty-day time period runs  through Holy Saturday, the day before Easter, the day we give thanks that we do indeed have a savior in Jesus Christ.  We invite you to join with other Christians on this journey to Easter that begins Wednesday, March 1.

 

 

 

 

  

Saturday, January 7, 2017

Worship Service Cancelled for January 8, 2017

We hate to cancel worship, but in the interest of exercising good weather sense and for everyone’s safety, it’s best to stay home tomorrow, January 8.  Be safe and we’ll see you next week!