September 10 – May. . . .
Sunday School
10:15 on 2nd – 5th Sundays

Primary Class
Children K through 2nd graders
Leaders to be determined

Intermediate Class

3rd through 6th graders 
Leaders to be determined.
Will leave the Worship Service in the sanctuary following the Message to Young Christians and attend Junior Worship in the two different  classrooms.
On Communion Sundays the children will remain in the Worship Service with their parents so they may partake of communion.



The Youth Class for young adults from 6th thru high school is taught by John Whitney and will continue to meet at 9 a.m. so the teens can attend the Worship Service.

Nursery During Worship
Volunteers provide nursery care for preschoolers during Worship Service so parents may worship in peace.  If you are willing to assist with this program, please call Molly Blevins, 740-225-2640.

7 p.m. Thursday, August 31

Sunday School and Bible school curriculum are under the leadership of the Christian Education Committee.

2017 Christian Education Committee is chaired by Pam Sheets with Grant Bartlett as secretary and Responsible Elder.  

Sunday School Programs for Teens Youths 7th grade plus
with John Whitney
Sunday at 9 a..m.
September thru May

       Class for Adults
Adult Class meets at 9 on Sundays from September thru May.  They will decide in September  and has chosen to study articles from the magazine, Presbyterians Today, with  focus on present day missions around the world.  The class offers support to members seeking better lives for themselves and/or their families  as well as good fellowship.


 will meet 5-7 Sunday
October 1
in the Fellowship Hall
for lesson, games, crafts, music and a light meal

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Window to honor 

Enoch Watson Condit

Enoch was the son of Joseph Smith and Asenath Condit.  He came New Jersey to Delaware County with his parents, brothers and sisters in 1835.  His father died a few weeks after moving here from New Jersey and one week after joining this church.


Enoch married Adeline Dawson in 1865.  They had no children when she died in 1868.
In 1876 Enoch married Mary E. Adams and had three children by her: Clara M.(1877-1954), Edgar M.P.(1878-1946) and Grace E.(1882-1970).  They lived on what is now known as Locust Lane where Enoch farmed.  He was elected an elder of the church in 1856.  Enoch died in 1898 and Mary in 1925.  All are buried in Trenton Cemetery.