Please dress up and bring your favorite pie to share after Worship!
“Old Time Service” - On June 11th the Sunday morning church service will be based on what a service might have been like back in 1828 - the year our first church building was built. There will be no bulletins, no screens, no organ, and as few lights as possible. Hymns will be ones that would have been written by that time. Wine and grape juice will both be available for communion. Women and girls are asked to wear long skirts or dresses, shawls or aprons, and bonnets (which can be picked up in the narthex that Sunday) - no pants of any length. Men and boys should wear long cotton (like khaki) pants, vests or suspenders, and cravats or if you will be out milking your cows before coming to church that day you can wear long pants and suspenders or coveralls with your work shirt. Raid your closet, your parents' closet, your neighbor's closet or even the thrift store and do the best you can to dress as if we lived in 1828. It should be fun if we all participate. In fact, let’s make it a contest with a prize for the most authentically dressed man and woman. And if you ride your horse to church you will definitely win a prize. There is also a rumor that there will be pies and lemonade after the service. Just like today, food brought people together in 1828.
July 2nd - Dr. William Payn and 27 Ringers of Sharon Alumnae
They will be performing as part of the worship service. Following the service, you will have the opportunity of meet with the alumnae and their families at the Annual Sharon Picnic to be held inside and outside Fellowship Hall.
August 20th – Celebratory Recognition of the 200th Year
We will delay our Sunday service until 3:00PM when several invited guests and dignitaries will participate in a very special celebratory recognition of the 200th year since the founding of Sharon Community Presbyterian Church. A dinner will follow. Watch for more details in upcoming newsletters/worship announcements.