Presbyterian Church

Church and Community


Jesus said, "Do you love me?......Feed my sheep".     John 21:17

Bible Studies

Evergreen has multiple weekly opportunities for growth in faith. 

Each week there are opportunities for bible study for women, men, children and youth, and mixed groups.

Sunday Morning 9:30

2 Adult Sunday School Classes

5th-6th grade Sunday School



Sanctuary Worship

Children's Worship for Preschool - 5th grade



Tuesday Evening 5:30

Women's Bible and Book Study


Wednesday Evening 5:30

Art in Worship for 3yr old-6th grade

Adult Bible Study



Presbyterian Youth Connection

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are laypeople – Christian men and women – trained to provide one-to-one care

to people experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness,

relocation, or separations due to military deployment. 

If you are experiencing these emotions, this ministry is free to the community.

Stephen Ministers come from all walks of live. Their commonality? A passion for bringing Christ’s love and care

to people during time of need. Since 1975, more than 600,000 people from more than

12,000 congregations and other organizations have been trained as Stephen Ministers.

So . . .Do you recognize pain and suffering in others?
                                        Are you able to listen to the heart-felt words of others?
                                                          Are you willing to help others but may not always know how?

If you can answer “Yes” to any of these questions, then God has given you talents to become a Stephen Minister

in Evergreen’s newly-formed Stephen Ministry—a complete system for training and organizing laypeople to provide

one-to-one Christian care to hurting people in and around our congregation.
If the Holy Spirit has been knocking on your door, please open it and let God in to help you help others.



Feed our souls.

Feed our families.

Feed our community.


"Koinonia" is the Christian fellowship, or body of believers.  It is the intimate spiritual communion and participative sharing in a common religious commitment and spiritual community.  After Pentecost, Peter brought the gospel to these bewildered onlookers who witnessed the disciples’ ability to speak in many different languages.  3,000 witnesses became new believers and were baptized that day. After, these newly baptized believers “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship (koinonia), to the breaking of bread and to prayer” (Acts 2:42).


Evergreen's Koinonia Ministry Team nurtures the congregation with hospital visitation, home bound visitation, and making contact with new attendees.  Koinonia also organizes the pictorial directory for Evergreen every 2-3 years.


A vital part of Koinonia at Evergreen is "feeding our souls and feeding our families" every 1st Sunday of the Month, preparing the communion meal as well as organizing a church-wide potluck lunch for that day.  In addition, we "feed our community" on Communion Sunday by bringing donation bags of food for our Food Pantry resources.   This team also prepares the Wednesday Family Suppers during the school calendar year.


Koinonia feeds our souls, our families, and our community.

Outreach Team





Members of Evergreen Presbyterian Church, through its Outreach Team, faithfully and generously respond to

God’s call to “Feed my Sheep.” 

The Outreach Ministry  provides food for the hungry, funds for those in need, assistance for those who live in substandard houses, and prayers and presence to those

whom the culture ignores.

These things we do because we believe Christ modeled these efforts in His life and ministry. 


The Evergreen Outreach Ministry includes distribution of bags of non-perishable food on Wednesday mornings through the

Feed My Sheep Food Pantry, 

financial assistance each Wednesday morning

to individuals struggling to meet basic obligations,

and purchasing and preparing meals the third week of each month for the homeless and hungry who come to

Mama Tina’s Mission.


Additionally, Evergreen’s compassionate generosity includes  Habitat ministry, the Food Bank’s brown bag program,

the Feed My Sheep Golf Tournament, the Girard Teacher Appreciation Luncheon and Adopt-a-School efforts,

the visitors and new members fellowship; the Touchstone children bringing their donations to the food pantry, and mission trips for adults and young people.