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Memorial United Presbyterian Church

The Greatest Commandment:

"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and with all your mind."  This is the first and greatest commandment.

And the second is like it "Love your neighbor as yourself." ... Matthew 22:37-39 NIV

Greetings - MUPC

We are all God’s People!
Come Join US!

We are so glad you found us. On behalf of the Congregation and Staff, we invite you to stay for as long as you like to discover the different ways we seek to follow our Lord here at Memorial Church.

Location and Office Hours

Location: 343 West Ankeney Mill Road
Xenia, OH 45385
(Across from Greene County Fairgrounds)  
Office Phone:
FAX Phone:
(937) 376-9461
(937) 376-4380
Office Hours: Monday thru Friday
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sunday School:
Sunday Worship:
9:15 AM
10:30 AM

October --- The Spoken Word

As the cool days of Autumn arrive, we continue in the liturgical season following Pentecost or Ordinary Time. Pastor Kelley will be preaching from selected Old Testament stories. We will continue following the Narrative Lectionary which tells God’s story and our story.

  • October 4, Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
    • “Holy Ground” Exodus 1:8-14, 3:1-15
    • World Communion Sunday
  • October 11, Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
    • “Hear, O Israel” Deuteronomy 5:1-21; 6:4-9
  • October 18, Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost
    • “Naomi and Ruth” Ruth 1:1-17
  • October 25, Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost
    • “Bone and Flesh” 2 Samuel 5:1-5; 6:1-5; Psalm 150

Appreciation Letter - IHN

Dear Memorial United,

It is with much gratitude that I thank you for your recent financial support of our organization. Without friends like you, we could not accomplish our mission to help those who are most in need in Greene County. A single mother and her daughter came to IHN for housing. She was attending classes full time to become a nurse, had needed services in place but experienced an unexpected circumstance that resulted in the loss of her home. With the support and assistance from IHN she was able to complete her nursing degree, find employment and stable housing. Without donors such as you, this would not have been possible for this young lady. IHN was able to offer her and her daughter a new beginning and hope for an exciting future. The Schneider House of Hope simply could not exist without donors and volunteers. With a vision to grow in order to serve more of our neediest families in Greene County, we are currently recruiting new churches. If you are interested in finding out how you or your faith-based group can take a more active role in our organization, I invite you to contact me. I would love to speak with you. As always, on behalf of our board, our staff and most of all, our guests, thank you so much for making a difference.

With Warmest Thanks,
William Mallernee, Director, IHN 

Stewardship Sunday - November 1st

As a member of the Memorial family, you will be receiving a letter and a pledge card asking you to prayerfully consider your tithe in continued support of the mission God has called Memorial United Presbyterian Church to accomplish. In future weeks, we will offer “Minutes For Stewardship” prior to our presentation of pledges on Sunday, November 1st.

One of the primary avenues for joining God’s mission continues to be our participation in the ministries to which God has called Memorial United Presbyterian Church. Our congregation’s generous support has allowed us to expand our support to local and global missions, Christian education and a rekindled youth ministry, worship and music, and maintenance and upgrades to the church building which has included new carpeting, resurfacing of the church parking lot, and boiler upgrades.

In the next few weeks, our “Minutes For Stewardship” will focus on the impact your stewardship has had in each of these important areas.

Bian and Janine Montgomery
Stewardship Drive Chairpersons

Our October Newsletter/Calendar

Within our newsletter, learn about our Church′s outreach within and ourside to the local community that is supported by our faith mission. 

This newsletter, CLICK TO VIEW THE LATEST EDITION, provides highlights of our vision and mission, church worship services, upcoming events, and many interesting articles about our congregation.  NOTE: To read the newsletter, you must have Adobe Reader installed on your computer.

You can stay involved with the various activities happenings at our Church by receiving our newsletter and periodic special activities. To receive our mailings, CLICK HERE

Also, review our monthly calendar for worship serves, events, and individual committee meetings

To view our calendar CLICK HERE FOR CALENDAR

2015 Vacation Bible School

This year Vacation Bible School was held here at Memorial June 7th-10th.  With the help of First Evangelical Lutheran Church, we welcomed about 40 children each day.  Through music, crafts, stories, games and yummy snacks, the children learn many ways that God provides for us.  As usual, this years’ event was a success due to our wonderful volunteers. 

Everyone had a lot of fun and we are so grateful to everyone for their continued support!!

To view the Vacation Bible School pictures, CLICK HERE.

Read The Memorial Story

Church Scrapbook

Photos from recent activities

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