Christian worship joyfully assigns all praise and honor, glory and power to the Triune God.  In worship, we acknowledge that God is present in the world and in our lives.  As we respond to God’s claim and redeeming love  in Jesus Christ, we are transformed and renewed.  In worship, we offer oursleves to God and are equipped for God’s service in the world.


Sunday morning worship at Cherry Hill is a traditional service with organ, hymns, prayer, sermon, and a children’s message. We celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of the month. Special worship services are scheduled during Advent and Christmas, and also during Lent and Easter

                             SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE FOR FALL  2017                        

September 3 – Communion Sunday                                                                                                      “Don’t Forget the Birdseed” – Isaiah 55: 1-9, John 6: 22-27

September 10 – 75th Anniversary Sunday                                                                                               Rev. James “Jim Russell, Guest Preacher

September 17 – “A Sermon on the 29th Chapter of Acts” – Acts 4: 13-31

September 24 – “Send in the Clowns” – 1 Corinthians 4: 10-21

October 1 – World Communion Sunday “The Family Table” Acts 2: 37-47

October 8 – “Do You Remember Your First Love?” – Revelation 2: 1-7

October 15 – “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” – Luke 10: 29-37

October 22 – Mission to the USA Partner, Leonard Chrystosomos

October 29 – “Why I Am A Presbyterian” – Matthew 16: 13-20

WEDNESDAY EVENING WORSHIP                                                                                        Join for our midweek worship services which are held in the chapel on Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:00 p.m. These thirty-minute worship services which will include singing, prayers, a brief meditation, and communion, will offer a more intimate worship experience in the midst of our hectic lives. This service is in recess for the summer and will resume on Wednesday, September 6.