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Welcome to Ashland Presbyterian Church!
Here – stories of encountering God’s love  are encouraged and told.
Here – love is put into action – love of God, love of neighbor, and love for each other.
Here – people are foolish enough to believe that they can make a difference in this old world so we do those things others say cannot be done!

 We are a teaching and learning congregation. We show our love for God by always wanting to learn more! We love having seminarians as interns in our congregation. They learn about church leadership from us, and we eagerly learn from them as they build confidence in their pastoral skills. We host deep discussions during our Lenten speaker series on a variety of topics. Currently, we sponsor an annual women's retreat, the Ash Grove Women’s Retreat at Richmond Hill.

We are a caring congregation. There is a sense of belonging here. Names are known. Stories are told. And love is at the heart of what we do together. Jesus believed in this concept of deep friendship – and we do too.

We are a serving congregation. Out of gratitude for all God has done for us – we are a congregation that likes to “give back.” You will find Ashland Presbyterians are passionate about how they serve God’s world both inside the church and outside in their lives. We see our building itself as an opportunity to serve the needs of the recovery community in our area – even our property is called upon to serve God’s purposes.

When we Meet

Sunday Morning Worship

11:00 am  - In Person
Available weekly on our Media Page and
Archived on our Facebook Page

Faith Formation, Sunday Mornings

9:30 am

What To Expect


Our worship service is traditional in style, but relaxed in atmosphere.
We believe children learn how to worship by being present in the pews.
They can color or play or listen. We love to see and hear them.
 Since college students are a vibrant part of the Ashland community,
know that we pray for Randloph Macon College, and that we love to see our college friends on Sunday mornings and out around town!
Given that safety around COVID-19 is still a concern, we ask that you wear a mask inside the building, and attend worship online if you aren't feeling well.
For options regarding faith formation for both adults and children,
please check our calendar, and look for special events. 

How To Contact Us

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