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Memorial United Presbyterian Church

Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ! 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

March - The Spoken Word

As we continue in the holy season of Lent, Pastor Kelley will be preaching from the Revised Common Lectionary Old Testament Covenant passages and companion Epistle passages.

  • March 1.Second Sunday in Lent
  • "Abrahamic Covenant", Genesis 17:1-16 Romans 4:13-25
    Pastor Don Smith & Pastor Kelley Shin, Co-Preachers
    Shared Worship at Westminster (10:15 a.m.)
    Communion Sunday and Lenten School

  • March 8, Third Sunday of Lent
    "Mosaic Covenant", Exodus 20:1-17 & I Corinthians 1:18-25
    Lenten School

  • March 15, Fourth Sunday of Lent
     "Noahic Covenant , Genesis 9:8-17 & I Peter 3:18-22
    Lenten School

  • March 22, Fifth Sunday of Lent
    "New Covenant", Jeremiah 31:31-34 & Hebrews 5:5-10
    Lenten School

  • March 29, Palm Sunday 
    “Covenant People”, Mark 1:9-15 & Genesis 9:8-17

Appreciation Letter

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the FISH Food Pantry, our many volunteers, and then hundreds of Greene County Families we serve, thank you for your generous monetary support on November 24 of $247.50. We are proud to be part of a community of friends who care for their neighbors and express their concern intangible ways. Your support helps us provide nutritious meals to families, the elderly and the very young. In November, the Xenia Area FISH Food Pantry served 1798 adults and 1073 children—and the number of people in need continues to grow. We are grateful to donors like you who make such a meaningful difference in the lives of our  community members during difficult times.

Sincerely, Bob Bosl, Director

Holy Week Worship Service

Sunday, March 29 – Palm Sunday
  9:15 a.m. – Sunday School for all ages
10:30 a.m. –  Worship service with the tradition of the Palms and Youth Choir singing 
One Great Hour of Sharing Offering received ,

Thursday, April 2 – Maundy Thursday 
  7:00 p.m. – we invite Xenia Westminster Presbyterian to join us here at Memorial for Communion & Footwashing 

Friday, April 3 – Good Friday
  7:00 p.m. – we join together at Xenia Westminster Presbyterian for a Service of Tenebrae 

Sunday, April 5 – Easter Sunday 
  8:00 a.m. – Sunrise Service in the Fellowship Hall 
8:30 a.m. – Breakfast in the Fellowship Hall 
9:00 a.m. – Intergenerational Christian Education in the Fellowship Hall 
9:45 a.m. – Easter Egg Hunt – out front (weather permitting) 
10:30 a.m. – Easter Celebration in the Sanctuary

Our March 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

Children's News

Why the Chimes RangThe children presented “Why the Chimes Rang” written by Raymond Alden on Sunday, December 14th. The story was narrated by Kevin Jacobs and the children presented the story and sang a song at the end that they learned from Jill-Ann. It was a wonderful story of a grand old church with beautiful chimes that mysteriously rang out every Christmas Eve supposedly whenever someone placed an especially pleasing gift on the altar as an offering to the Christ Child. The chimes had fallen silent for years and this year we saw how the miracle of two little boy’s faith awakened the long silent bells. 

Additional pictures from the Children’s program are available, CLICK HERE

Read The Memorial Story

Church Scrapbook

Photos from recent activities

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