Thinking about joining us one of these weekends? Here’s what to expect, and some helpful tips for your first visit.

Visiting a new church can bring great excitement as well as anxiety. We’ve all been there. Part of that excitement and anxiety is finding your place in the life of a new church. This website is just one part of welcoming you into our church family, helping you understand our beliefs, worship, and life together.

What time are the services?

Sunday Worship - 9a & 11a 

Adult Sunday School - 10:15a (Kids Care provided)

Evening Bible Study - Wednesdays at 6p (Adults in the Sanctuary, Kids in the Kids Club room)

Next Gen Kids Club - 9:20a & 11:20a (during the Sermon)

What are your services like?

Most people would not consider the worship services at Keystone Heights Presbyterian Church to be formal. However, what we do on Sundays is grounded in the historic tradition of the Protestant Reformation. We sing, pray, read and preach the Bible, bring offerings, and administer the sacraments.

We strive for corporate worship that is both doctrinally rich and deeply felt. We sing the best of historic and new hymns. Each week we are served faithfully by a variety of musicians who play such instruments as piano, guitar, percussion & drums.

At times we confess our faith by making use of the church’s historic creeds and confessions. The Bible takes center stage in our services for this is the means by which God has promised to speak to us. Therefore, we are committed to the systematic and passionate preaching of God’s Word. In all of this our goal is to glorify God.

What should I wear?

You will find everything from jeans to ties on Sundays at KHPC. That said, you should feel free to dress as casual or as formal as you desire. You will find brothers and sisters at KHPC who dress just like you do.

What do children and young families do during worship services?

Jesus told his disciples: “'Let the little children come to me. Don’t stop them, because the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Truly I tell you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.' After taking them in his arms, he laid his hands on them and blessed them." (Mark 10:16-17 csb)

Just as Jesus modeled, we also believe that children of every age are a part of the church and we want them to have many opportunities to love God and love others.

  • During the sermon of our 9am and 11am services we offer "Next Gen Kids Club" for children to learn and grow
  • During the 10:15 Sunday School we provide Kids Care (outside in our playground; weather permitting)
  • During Wednesday Night Bible Study we provide a video driven kids Bible Study
How do I get involved?