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WHO IS

STOW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH


We are a congregation that enjoys worshiping and learning about God in a casual atmosphere, with lots of great activities for kids and teens, and many opportunities for you and your family to become active in a caring, Christian community.

We are a church where lives are transformed in Jesus Christ. The cross in our logo signifies the life we have in Him and that He is the foundation of all we do. The leaves represent the five aspects of our mission statement: To help people KNOW Christ and GROW in their faith in order to GO outside our doors and SHOW His love through words and actions to SOW seeds of faith in others.



Summer Bible Study - Tuesday's 10am


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HOW TO

GET INVOLVED


Welcome to Stow Presbyterian Church. It is a real joy for us to meet newcomers and to tell you about all the good things God is doing in our church family. Check out the many ministries offered at Stow Presbyterian Church and get involved! Men, women, youth and children. Also find out about Small Groups. Listen to all our sermons online and check out our other media resources.


ADULT BIBLE FELLOWSHIP



UPCOMING

EVENTS


29Jul

Drive-In Movie Night

Friday, Stow Presbyterian Church 4150 Fishcreek Rd, Stow, OH 44224-2822, United States


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Getting Things Right
Pastor's Blog

Getting Things Right

This weekend, I will watch our oldest child Robert, as he graduates from high school at CVCA. Everyone was right and it “all flew by too fast”. It is hard to let him go, as...

0 / / June 02, 2016
Bulldog Bags
Local Missions, Missions

Bulldog Bags

Local SPC Mission Update! You may have seen some recent articles about Bulldog Bags in the Stow Sentry and Akron Beacon Journal.  Bulldog Bags was started by Laura Root and Jan Mathers from the United...

0 / / April 30, 2016
Stop & Listen
Pastor's Blog

Stop & Listen

Many of my fondest memories of Easter involve coloring eggs with my mom and sister and then having to hunt for them after my dad, the “Stanley Family Easter Bunny” had hidden them with military recision....

0 / / March 25, 2016