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12-2-18 Advent Coffee

12-12-18 Crismons Program_edited-1Chrismon  Program

December 5, 6:15 pm., Sanctuary

Pastor Burnetta will share the meaning and significance of the Chrismon ornaments that will be on the sanctuary Christmas tree.

12-18 Musical TreeSinging of Christmas Carols

Dec. 12, 6:15 pm, sanctuary.

Come sing your favorite Christmas hymns.

Day Circle's Christmas Tea

All Ladies of he church are invited to our tea.

Thursday Decemter 6 from 12:00-2:00

Carol Ritz's Home

Please RSVP to Carol

St. Margaret's Blue Christmas Service

Sunday, December 16, 4:00PM

You will be welcomed as you are, and togeher we will focus on the Light that overcomes the darkness.


Come Join Us! Wednesday Night Supper 

Wednesday night dinners are back at Carrollton Presbyterian!  

Dinners prepared by our wonderful chef, Bess Stober, are back on your family's menu. Dinner starts at 5:45 pm, only $5 per person.   Adult & Children's programs are from 6:20-7:00 pm, & Adult choir practice starts at 7:00 pm. 

See you there!

Why I sing in the choir?

NotesThat question to me is deeply personal and complex on many different levels.  I was blessed to have been in a musical family.  We all sing.  I have three aunts who formed The Emmanuel Trio in the early 1950s.  They sang in churches, cut several records, and shared their testimony through song all across the southeast.  When I think of why I sing, I am reminded of Jesus’ parable about the master, his talents, and the three servants.  One servant refused to use his talent, and it was taken away from him.  God gives us each unique talents and blesses us when we use them for his glory.  To God and to the Lamb I will sing!
—Phil McGhee
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