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Mission Statement To worship and rejoice, to teach and to continue to be reformed, so as to sight, signal, support and celebrate the coming of God's kingdom. To spread the gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ, as witnessed in the Bible, in worship and in the life of our congregation, to a doubting world. To support people in their needs including children, older adults, the homeless, refugees, gays and lesbians. To encourage creativity, gratitude and wonder so that the congregation and the larger community might better love and care for all creation.
After being devastated in the earthquake of 1906, the Presbyterian Church moved to its new site in 1907 where it was congregated and established. Since then the church has stood witness to the historical events and has been a place of worship. The Communion is held every second Sunday of the month and is open to all. Sunday school classes for children are held to educate children about the heroes of the Bible and God. It is also home to John Brombaugh's Opus 20 organ, reflecting the organ building principles of the Presbyterians over 150 years. - wcities.com