Coffee Fellowship

Held the 2nd Sunday of each month following the Sunday morning service.  A time of fellowship and reflection along with enjoying good food. Bring a food item to share. Donuts, sticky buns, breakfast casserole or an item of your choice.

Christian Formation

Sunday after worship from Fall to Spring Christian Formation classes are held Sunday’s after worship. The program will resume in the Fall and some exciting things are planned. Following the successful completion of the “Deeper Connection: The Prayers of Jesus” series, we will begin a new series called “The Domino Effect,” which rips the bandage off of the issue of evil. This intensely personal initiative prompts life-changing discussion and discovery. It gives us a behind the scenes look at God's thoughts toward good and evil, and it introduces God's solution to the problem of evil-redemption. It helps us enter into the story of good and evil that we find not just in history, but all around us. What will we do with the evil that invades our lives and our world? Were we set up to be messed up? Is our world a problem of evil or an opportunity for goodness?

We will also be taking a look at the NOOMA Video series. NOOMA are a series of short films featuring storyteller Rob Bell. The name NOOMA comes from a phonetic spelling of the Greek word pneuma meaning ‘wind,’ ‘spirit,’ or ‘breath.’ Each film is about 10 to 14 minutes of teaching related to real-life situations. Each short story covers a specific topic, usually by relating various experiences from a Christian perspective.

  Upcoming Events

Invasion of the Pumpkin People

An annual event in Taneytown, we are looking forward to participating next year, after placing second in 2007. Please click the link below for pictures from last year.

Community-Wide Carol Sing

For the last several years, Taneytown Presbyterian Church has hosted a Community-Wide Carol Sing in mid-December. We have been joined in this seasonal celebration by the First Presbyterian Church of Westminster Choir, under the direction of Tom Walker.

A wonderful way to prepare for Christmas and to remind us of the real ‘reason for the season,’ we extend a warm welcome to the community to enjoy our beautifully decorated church and experience an evening of singing or just listening to well-known/seasonal hymns.

The evening's offering is donated to the Taneytown Caring and Sharing Ministries, an ecumenical faith-based group that serves many important needs in the Taneytown area.