The Care & Fellowship Committee is planning a “Coates Street Kick off to Summer” barbeque on Wednesday, May 25, 6:00 pm at the Lions Shelter across from Rothwell mini-rail.  The church will provide the meat, buns, drinks, and dinnerware. Members are encouraged to bring sides, salads, and /or desserts.  Feel free to invite friends & family to join us.  Please use the sign-up sheet (located in back of the sanctuary) or call the church office to let us know you plan to attend.

If you or someone you know would like to share their musical talents during the summer months for Special Music, please let us know!

If you would like to purchase the book “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Too Funny!” in which Wallis Landrum wrote a story “This Time in Latin” and is included the book.  The book can be purchased for $15, of which all proceeds from the sale of the book will be donated to the church.  Contact Wally at 660-676-6760 for your copy today!

*** Seeking an Organist to play for us on Sunday mornings. If you or someone you know, would like to play, please contact the church.

Coffee Bar will be ready at 9:20.Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:30Worship with us in person or on Facebook Live at 10:30 AM. This Sunday is Communion Sunday, all that believe are welcome to the table of the Lord.
All are invited and welcome here at Coates Street Presbyterian Church.

Would you like to be involved with the Youth Groups?  Mary is looking for volunteers to help with the groups.  Elementary grades will once again meet Thursday Afternoons 3-5:15pm!  CSPC Bus will pick Up at Gratz Brown, South Park, North Park and St. Pius; Enjoy snacks, games, crafts, Bible lessons and more. The group meets from September to May – during the school months.

Middle School and High School Youth will meet Sundays from 6-8 pm. The group meets from September to May – during the school months.

Lots of fun things are planned and we want YOU to be a part of them!  Invite your friends to join you!

Volunteers needed to help with games, crafts, and snacks.  Call Miss Mary for information.

 The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world and all who dwell in it.    For He founded it upon the seas and established it upon the waters.         Psalm 24:1-2




The new directories are ready and available for pick up. They are in the office and on the piano in the Parlor.   If you would like one mailed to you, please call, or email the office.

Looking ahead:

The next Deacon meeting will be May 9th at 6:00 PM.  

The next Session meeting will be May 25th at 6:30 PM.

Choir Rehearsal is Wednesdays at 5:30 PM.  Choir does not sing during the summer months. 

If you or someone you know would like to share their musical talents during the summer months for Special Music, please let us know!


Deacon’s Minute for Mission

The Deacons are having a general baby shower for Primrose Hill.  If you would like to donate any baby items, blankets, toys, or diapers, please bring them to the church, there is a blue basket in the hallway for you to place your items.

If your contact information has changed, please contact the church office to make sure that we have their most recent info: address, phone numbers, and email.  You can call or email the office, or sign the red folders in the Sanctuary with your information.

Please remember to keep in contact with your loved ones, the elderly and anyone that you know that may need some help in this time of uncertainty.  It may just be as simple as calling to see if they need some groceries or other necessities.  Call the Church office if you need help, or know of someone that does to see if one of our volunteers can help!

Choir Rehearsals are Wednesday’s at 5:30pm, winter months.   Welcome all that love to sing!  

 Deacon’s Meeting is the second Monday every month at 6:00 pm

 Session meets the third Wednesday each month at 6:30 pm

Be sure to get a copy of “These Days, Daily Devotions for Living by Faith” and/or “The Upper Room, Where the world meets to pray”.  Free copies are available on the table in hall.

The Lending Library in the hallway is waiting for you to see what is available!  The Care and Fellowship Committee invites you to TAKE A BOOK, BRING A BOOK and pass them on or return them.  Religious or not!  There are several new additions to the library.  The shelves are full, waiting for you to find your perfect reflection book, bible, nice daily devotional books.  

Do you know someone in the CSPC community who would like to attend Worship, Church events or may need a ride to Doctor appointments, need to go grocery shopping, or have someone pick up your groceries?  Call the Church office to see if one of our volunteers can help!  Pastor Joel is visiting with people that are not always able to come to Church, he can take them Communion also, if they wish.  If you know someone who would like a visit from Pastor Joel, please let the office know, or contact Pastor Joel.


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We Seek to Know Christ’s Love and Minister in His Name


Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.

Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our debts,

as we forgive our debtors; and lead us not into temptation,

but deliver us from evil.  For thine is the kingdom,

and the power, and glory, forever.



MORNING PRAYER:  Holy God, you are light, and in you there is no darkness at all.  Shift my focus today from whatever is false to that which is true; from whatever is vulgar to that which is honorable; from whatever is corrupt to that which is just; from whatever is inauthentic to that which is pure; from whatever is detestable to that which is pleasing; from whatever is insignificant to that which is commendable; that I may live in the light.  Through Christ Jesus I pray.  Amen.

EVENING PRAYER:  God, your love is steadfast and enduring.  May your peace, which surpasses all understanding, hem me in, behind and before, as I lie down to rest.  Amen.

 Question for Reflection:

Where has your trust in God wavered or broken down? 

What would it take for that trust to be restored? 

When have you experienced the peace of God, which passes understanding?





Consider Time, Talent and Stewardship in Your Church.                                                                                                    Time: if you have free time to help with different projects in and around the church, contact the office.                 Talent:  Always looking for talented people to be involved. Do you know someone that would like to play the organ, piano, or other instrument during worship, want to be liturgist, or present Children’s time, let us know!       Stewardship:  Donations and contributions can be made in several different ways. If you come to Worship in Person, you may drop your offering in the offering trays.  If you join us on Facebook live, press the donate button, No Fees applied.  Contact your bank and have automatic payments set up to be mailed.  Continue to mail your offerings per U.S. Post Office.