As of March 14, 2014, we now have a new web presence!
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(We'll leave this page up, but not updated, for a while)
Rehoboth Presbyterian was honored to be contacted by the BBC (yes, the British TV folks) who then sent over a TV crew to film one of our services to be included as part of a documentary on the life of Francis Makemie and the Irish Presbyterian heritage. This filming was Sunday, July 1, 2012 at 2:00 PM at our church.
Grace and peace to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ!
Our church is indeed deeply rooted, having been erected about 1706 making us the oldest Presbyterian Church in America. In 2006 we celebrated our sanctuary's 300 year anniversary. We are a part of the mainline denomination known as the Presbyterian Church (USA). Our life together as a community of faith is grounded in our weekly worship which is rich in tradition. Our gratitude to God keeps us continually reaching out to our community both near and far, as we answer Christ's call to serve.
We invite you to come and worship with us! We welcome all to our fellowship and look forward to getting to know you. The Rehoboth Presbyterian Church is a community church with a unique and storied history.
Located just steps from the panoramic Pocomoke River, our community offers so much to each and every person. From fishing the river, sound and bay to the outdoor activities, including hiking, bicycling, camping, canoeing, hunting, crabbing and more. This area is rich in outdoor spendor. Birdwatching, fertile land for growing, and beauty that we cherish daily.
We are located within a half-hour of the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay. Nestled in Somerset County, Maryland, our area is rich in history, agriculture, and people. We are less than 2 hours from Washington, DC or Norfolk-Virginia Beach, Virginia.
When you step in our little church, you will note the barrel ceiling. Once the organ starts up and the first song is sung, you will hear the beautiful acoustics.
Our services are on Sundays at 11:00 AM from Labor Day until Memorial Day. Our summer hours are earlier.
Come visit us at Rehoboth.