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Third Sunday of Advent

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Join us for worship service with Christmas Cantata on Sunday December 16th at 10:15am


Welcome!  On this third Sunday in Advent, let us rejoice in God’s great love revealed to us in Christ. We have received “glad tidings of great joy.” Therefore let us show our joy by sharing this glorious news with one another in a spirit of love, peace and friendship.


Thank you for visiting the website for the Elk Grove Presbyterian Church!  Hopefully this site will give you enough information and interest to join us in worship on Sunday!

Our community of faith has been sharing the Gospel of Christ for fifty years and we are just as excited about the Good News now as when the church was first formed!

We are a small congregation of about 75 members of all ages.  Our worship services are traditional with periodic (and sometimes humorous) surprises along the way.  We are small enough to truly care about one another and enjoy the blessings of new people coming our way.  We are large enough to enjoy a diversity of beliefs and challenge ourselves to be open and grow from one another.

If as you make your way through this website, you have a sense that God is calling you to visit us, please know you will be welcomed as a beloved child of God.

Elk Grove Presbyterian Church Choir Christmas Cantata

“Tell the News!”

This year’s cantata is dedicated to

the memory of Arlene Dean and George McKillop

 “Tell the News”

arranged by Mary McDonald

 “I Heard the Bell on Christmas Day”

arranged by Roy Ringwald

 “Prepare Ye the Way” (Solo)

Night of Miracles      John Peterson

 “Born in Bethlehem”

arranged by Mary McDonald

 “What We All Want For Christmas”

words by Joel & Susie Raney

 “O Come to Set Us Free”

arranged by Mary McDonald

 “Fear Not” (Solo)

Night of Miracles     John Peterson

“No Room” (Solo)

Night of Miracles     John Peterson

      “The Hands That First Held Mary’s Child”

          lyrics by Thomas Troeger   music by Dan Forrest

 “Fall on Your Knees”

Pepper Choplin

 “Sleep Holy Child” (Duet)

Night of Miracles      John Peterson

“We are the Wise Men” (Solo)

Night of Miracles      John Peterson

“Go and Search” (Solo)

Night of Miracles     John Peterson

“Amen! Tell It on the Mountain!”

arranged by Mary McDonald


*Val Heller                      Helen Robles


                              Cindy Goodwin               Megan Heller                        


              *Mead Killion          *Barbara Singelmann


           *Mark Barnett                 *Bert Clarbour    

          Bob Miezio                      Bob Russow

                           Director: Mead Killion                         

                                                                   Narrative Written by:  Barbara Singelmann

                                                                                    Narrator:  Barbara Britton

                                                                                           Piano: Cindy Lam

                                                                                    Drums:  Bob Rummage

                                                                                       Bass:  Rich Armandi

                           Anthems Chosen by:   Mark Barnett       Val Heller        Barbara Singelmann

                                                                                   *Indicates solos or duets


Lectionary Readings for Sunday December 16, 2018

Zeph. 3:14-20             Isa. 12:2-6

Phil. 4:4-7                  Luke 3:7-18


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Our PCUSA Office of Peacemaking has developed helpful guidelines in how to disagree – without being disagreeable:

Seeking to be Faithful Together: Guidelines for Presbyterians During Times of Disagreement.



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For those seeking God’s blessing, comfort and love, all are welcome. Our church is an open church. We consider diversity to be God’s gift and blessing. Believe GOD LOVES YOU and so we invite you to join us in becoming part of one very special family……..

The Family of Elk Grove Presbyterian Church!



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