A Message from our Church
In the fall of 1800, the Plain City Presbyterian Church was formed. This congregation began over two hundred years ago. But, really it began when Jesus said to those early followers, “Plain City go make disciples…and when you make disciples, then baptize them, and when you baptize them, teach them to observe all that I command you.” There is our vision that is our purpose. This is why we were born: “To go to the world and make disciples, and then to equip these new disciples so that they can go back into the world. We invite you to join us in this mission and ministry remembering that together on the foundation of Jesus Christ we have been called to work, play, pray, worship and share our varied talents and gifts in order to glorify God. May the grace and peace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you!
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Issues Appeal for Nepal
Thousands are dead and unjured in Nepal from the effects of the 7.8 massive earthquake which struck just west of the captial of Kathmandu on April 25. The quake, the worst in more than 80 years, along with many serious aftershocks, has caused damage in parts of India and Bangladesh. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is providing emergency relief and short-term recovery in impacted areas with their partner, ACT Alliance and its members who are already on the ground. Immediate response will help provide needed food, water, supplies and medicine to the impacted towns and villages. As long term recovery plans are developed, PDA will accompany and further financially support partners in the area to insure that a comprehensive recovery is sustained. Visit pcusa.org to learn how you can help. Presbyterians are called to Give, Act and Pray!