Join us for worship weekly at 10:00 a.m. in our sanctuary or online on Facebook. Our worship service is a family-friendly experience with wide-ranging musical favorites, both contemporary and traditional. [DIRECTIONS]
Creating connection is a priority at SPC. The moment you walk through our doors, you will know you are welcome. Of course, knowing how things work always helps, too.
Our service is approximately 50-60 minutes. You are always encouraged to come early or stay late to connect, ask questions, and enjoy fellowship.
Where to Park
Our visitor and handicapped parking is located on the right side of the church off Oak Street. There is also street parking and another lot on First Street to the left of the church.
What to Wear
Our services are all about “come as you are” comfort. We want you to feel at home with us.
Seneca Presbyterian Church (USA) orders our time by the seasons of the Church Year. Our Church Year begins four Sundays before Christmas with Advent, a season to prepares us to receive and celebrate the gift of God’s love and teachings through the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. During Advent, we light an Advent candle each Sunday to remind us of the gifts from God of hope, peace, joy, and love. On Christmas Eve we celebrate two special services: one which invites children to reenact the Christmas story and another more traditional service of scripture, carols, candles, and communion.
Forty days before Easter, we celebrate Lent, a season of penitence and preparation that begins on Ash Wednesday and concludes with Holy Week. Holy Week is the week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday when we celebrate that ‘Christ is Risen’.
In addition to the Christmas and Easter celebrations, our church celebrates All Saints Sunday and Kirking of the Tartans. All Saints Sunday (typically the first Sunday in November) is an opportunity to remember the saints of our church family who have died during the previous year. Since Presbyterians have roots in Scotland, we recognize that legacy with a special tradition called Kirking of the Tartans, a day for Scottish pageantry and bagpipes that is celebrated in a worship service every other year.