Looking for a new way to celebrate Easter?
Please join us at Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church for a joyful time of worship and fellowship on Easter Sunday!
Bring a mask and a chair to attend one of our outdoor services where COVID-19 protocols will be in place to ensure a safe worship environment.
Whether you want to attend for the day, are looking for a new church home, or belong to a church that isn’t holding in-person services, we’d love to welcome you!
When COVID hit we knew we had a lot of work ahead of us to support our congregation and our community.
As your neighbors, friends, and co-workers, we at TMPC are committed to serving the community during this difficult time.
Our team has worked tirelessly to navigate the world of Zoom, live-streaming, and conducting outdoor services.
In addition to finding creative ways to worship, we’ve stepped up support to local organizations through our mission programs.
In February, we hosted our monthly food drive to benefit local pantries in conjunction with Ash Wednesday.
Pastor Stephanie Templin Ashford found a way to safely observe the occasion by offering a TMPC first – drive-by ashes and DIY home ash kits.
We hope to continue finding creative ways to connect with the community and care for each other, whether outdoors or online.
For the latest information on services and other events including Easter Sunday worship, visit us at tmpc.org.
PHOTO CAP: Loading trunks full of food at Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church are John Donahue, Susan Achenbach, Stephanie Ashford, Ron Cronise, and Marci Capel.