McDonough Presbyterian Church is a spirit-filled and Christ-centered community of faith in McDonough, Georgia.

Who we are

McDonough Presbyterian Church (MPC) is a loving community of faith that is deeply rooted in Christ’s love for all of God’s children. As a congregation, we commit ourselves to following out Jesus’ words to “love God and love our neighbor as ourselves.”  

Since our founding in 1827, MPC works to proclaim the good news, minister to those in need, and provide a place of support and encouragement for our community. MPC is a member of the Presbyterian Church (USA), the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States.

What should I expect?

Our Sunday morning worship service is at 10:00 a.m. and features hymns, scripture readings, prayers, and a sermon. Bulletins are provided so that you can follow the order of worship. Our service take place in the Sanctuary and is about an hour long.  

Our goal is to make visitors feel welcomed, not singled out. We have check-in stations just outside the Sanctuary where members can mark their attendance.  Stop by the check-in station and let the Greeter know you're a visitor. They can answer any questions you might have, such as directions to the Nursery or how  to get a hearing assistance device. The pastor is available at the door after each service to greet you and answer questions as well.

What should I wear?

You may see people in everything from jeans to open collar shirts to suits.  You will be welcomed however you choose to dress.

What about my children?

Childcare is available every Sunday at both services for children under 4 years old.  You can ask one of our greeters for information or directions to the Nursery. Children are always welcome to participate in worship. About 15 minutes into the 10:00 service, children ages 4 through 5th grade are invited to the front of the sanctuary for a short message, and then are escorted to their own special service in the Children's Chapel.

10:00 am Service

Childcare available 

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