With Fall just around the corner and school starting, we begin our regular church year on Sept 8. Beginning at 9am, join us for a light breakfast (doughnuts, yogurt, juice, fruit, etc) and then an inter-generational experience introducing the Mathew 25 Initiative. There will be lots of fun, information, and inspiration for everyone. Then stay for our regular worship time at 11 am.
Following worship, be sure to bring some walking shoes to walk the neighborhood and help distribute post card invitations to our Neighbor-Fest on Sep. 15.
The West Liberty University Singers and Choral Scholars will present a concert of festival music at Suffolk Presbyterian Church at 7 pm. Doors open at 6:30. This concert, by these 34 musicians who are on tour in Virginia and North Carolina, is free and open to the public. Come as you are, bring a friend and enjoy the sounds of exciting choral music. For more information visit www.suffolkpresbyterian.org or facebook.com/suffolkpresbyterian.
SPC welcomes you to attend the many events scheduled for Holy Week as listed below.
….Thursday Apr. 18, Seder Meal – begins at 7 p.m. This is a family friendly time in obseversance of the meal Jesus had shared with his disciples. Please RSVP your participation at (757) – 539-3213 or email: email@example.com.
….Friday Apr. 19 Good Friday – Tennebrae service with Holy Communion – begins at 7 p.m.
….Saturday Apr. 20, Easter Egg Hunt – begins at 10 a.m.
….Sunday Apr. 21, Sunrise Service outside in front of cross. 7. a.m. Stay for coffee, doughnuts and fellowship immediately following the service. In the event of inclement weather, the service will be held in the SPC sanctuary
….Sunday Apr. 21, Easter Sunday Worship and Holy Communion- 11 a.m.
2019 Community Lenten Services
The Churches of Suffolk are offering a Lenten opportunity to worship together at noon each
Wednesday in Lent. Following the 30 minute worship service, you are invited to stay for a
complimentary soup and sandwich lunch.
Ash Wednesday, March 6
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
213 North Main Street
The Very Rev. Dr. Keith Emerson, Pastor
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Madelene Beard
Pastor, Galatians UCC
Wednesday, March 13
Tabernacle Baptist Church
3621 Nansemond Parkway
The Rev. Travon D. Boone, Pastor
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Dave Meadors
Pastor, Holy Neck Christian Church
Wednesday, March 20
West End Baptist Church
105 St. James Avenue
The Rev. Dale Peterson, Pastor
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Robert Hobbs
Pastor, Metropolitan Baptist Church
Wednesday, March 27
Oak Grove Baptist Church
2635 East Washington Street
The Rev. Dr. Anthony Copeland, Pastor
Preacher: The Rev. Rich Meiser
Main Street UMC
Wednesday, April 3
Oakland Christian Church
(Wesley Chapel/St. John’s Episcopal assisting)
5641 Godwin Boulevard
The Rev. Mary Anne Biggs, Pastor
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Steven Blunt
Pastor, First Baptist Church Mahan Street
Wednesday, April 10
East End Baptist Church
1056 Portsmouth Boulevard
The Rev. Wayne D. Faison, Pastor
Preacher: The Rev. Michael Halley
Pastor, Suffolk Christian Church
To register online click on: The Daniel Plan Registration Form
or contact the church office :
ph: (757) 539-3213; or
Was getting in shape mentally and physically one of your New Year’s Resolutions? Are you hoping to find greater focus on God and His purpose for you? Are you ready to connect with others in exploring a new path to better health and a better life? Then join us in The Daniel Plan.
The Daniel Plan is a practical six-week program for people to restore their health and ultimately prepare them to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives. More than just another “diet”, its a lifestyle based on the biblical story of Daniel, who forsook the king’s rich food and way of life in order to honor God and do what was best for him and his friends. Originating from Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church, the Daniel Plan was created with the help of experts Drs. Mehmet Oz (cardiology – yes, THAT Dr. Oz), Daniel Amen (psychiatry), and Mark Hyman (functional medicine) – of different faiths and medical backgrounds. It addresses the Whole Person and is based on the five pillars of health: faith, food, fitness, friends, and focus.
Beginning Sunday, March 10, Suffolk Presbyterian Church will offer a special Lenten study centered around The Daniel Plan. In addition to weekly sermons inspired by Daniel, there will be a 40-day, small group DVD study. Using video and workbook discussions, the meetings will provide fellowship, inspiration, instruction, and useful tips. Each week will bring a different theme, with practical “next steps” to move forward. The study is open to the public, so feel free to invite friends. Afterall, every body needs a buddy, as lifestyle changes are best made within community. Check the Narthex for handouts and a signup sheet. We are also looking for individuals who would like to be a part of the Coordinating Team. See Maryanne Persons for details and more information.
Please register below or contact the church office:
The Daniel Plan Registration Form
Walk to Jerusalem handout:
Walk to Jerusalem Handout
Bring your family and neighbors to share in this special Christmas Eve service in preparation of the Christ Child. The service will feature favorite readings, carols, comunion and special music by our Music Director, Tim Price and Kyle Cook, soloist.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the service will begin at 7:oo pm.
Wednesday, October 31
Halloween is right around the corner! Join us for our annual Trunk or Treat event.
The evening will include candy, popcorn, and a hayride.
Open to the public. Please share the linked flyer with friends and neighbors!
Come and join the fun at Suffolk Presbyterian Church on Saturday, March 31 at 10 am. Hunt for Easter eggs, enjoy stories, and a snack.
Prizes for all! Bring friends and join the fun and fellowship!! Rain or Shine!
410 North Broad St., Suffolk
Sunday, October 1 at 2 pm
Come join us for an afternoon worship service in celebration of our pets. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please make sure to have your pets secured while taking part in the blessing.
Suffolk Humane Society will be bringing adoptable dogs and cats to meet and will have volunteers available to answer any questions on their program.
Donations will be collected for the Humane Society: Food, litter, cleaning supplies, and cash donations.
Donations can also be dropped off at the church office during the hours of 9:30 am and 12:30 pm.