JOIN US

We are an open-minded, open-hearted community of believers with a commitment to serve the justice and peace of God, as revealed to us through Jesus Christ. We value learning, growth, exploration and service. If you are new to our community, we hope that you feel a warm welcome to share in the joy of this community of faith.

Please explore our website to learn about the ministries and mission of our church. Whether you are interested in insightful sermons, programs for children and youth, mission, music, education, fellowship, or are simply looking for a new place to call home, we are glad you‘re here.

HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER?

Membership classes are held several times a year. Anyone wishing to join the church may attend. Conducted by the pastor and other church leaders, the class will give prospective members a(n):

  • Introduction to Presbyterian Church of Easton, its history, and its ministries and mission
  • Orientation to the beliefs, history, and governance of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
  • Opportunity to meet pastor and members and share how you came to PCOE
  • Overview of ways to participate in the life of PCOE utilizing your interests and talents
  • Time to be received into membership and officially welcomed
    Membership within the Presbyterian Church involves an affirmation of Christian faith and a commitment to actively participate within the life of the congregation. Membership is open to all men and women, regardless of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, nationality or any other characteristic that divides the human community.
    Please contact the church office (410-822-3324) or church@pceaston.org if you are interested in becoming a member.

WHO ARE THE PRESBYTERIANS?

The Presbyterian Church is a protestant Christian denomination. The root word of Presbyterian is “Presbyteros”, which means “elder” in Greek. Our elders are elected by the congregation and serve the church along with our pastors. We have a rich history stemming back to the 1500’s. There is a more detailed history and much more information at the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s website.