March 2020

Rev. Rodger’s Sermon on Facebook page

By |March 27th, 2020|Announcements, Sermons|

Hi congregation. Want to let you know that we were able to get a video Scripture and sermon (which would have been the subject of last Sunday’s service, if we could have been here) onto our Facebook page yesterday.  It is an open page, so anyone with internet can visit, not just those with their [...]

Message from Rev. Rodger concerning stay at home directive

By |March 22nd, 2020|Announcements|

3.21.2020 Hi congregation. So now we are into “shelter in place” in Illinois through April 7, prompting another new development in church operations. Jeanette and I had no luck convincing the governor that we are “essential work personnel” so the church offices will be closed during this period. Here are a couple things it might [...]

Services Cancelled through April 1, 2020

By |March 19th, 2020|Announcements|

March 19, 2020:             Session of The Presbyterian Church of Paris has decided, in light of health concerns, to cancel all in-person worship services and other group activities at the church through Wednesday, April 1, including the Wednesday Noon Lent worship services and luncheons.               We are looking into alternative ways we can provide [...]

March 16, 2020 statement:  church operations in light of coronavirus

By |March 16th, 2020|Announcements|

Developments keep happening every day, including new state of Illinois regulations and Center for Disease Control recommendations.  As for now, March 16, at least as long as there are no reports of cases in Edgar County, Paris Presbyterian Church continues its normal operations, including Sunday morning worship at 10:30, and Wednesdays at Noon community worship. [...]

Lent Worship and Lunch

By |March 10th, 2020|Announcements|

   We are once again hosting a Wednesdays-in-Lent series of worship services and luncheons this year, for the entire Paris community. Worship runs from Noon to 12:30 and lunch is served promptly and quickly, in case you need to return to work or other projects. The next service is this Wednesday, March 11. Rev. Mark [...]