Pastor Randy Shannon joined our church after nearly 27 years teaching history and drama at Marshall High School. He is the emcee for the
Marshall Municipal Band in the summer and loves to catch a Cardinal's or Royals Baseball Game in his off time. You can access more information via the Leadership tab above.
We offer two worship services at Cumberland:
Sunday: Sunday School 9:30a Worship 10:30a
Tuesday: The Well 6:30p
NURSERY AND CHILDREN'S CHURCH NOW AVAILABLE DURING WORSHIP SERVICES!
We are looking forward to our church's 150th birthday celebration in 2021. Brenda Guthrie is heading the committee which is planning the event. All input is welcome and participation from as many as would like to help is wanted.
When we say “church family” to describe Marshall Cumberland Presbyterian Church we mean it in the very best sense of the phrase. Our congregation is warm and inviting, gifted, active, compassionate and caring. We have a heart for loving God and loving our neighbors in His name…whether they are across the street or across the globe. Our desire is to fulfill God’s Great Commission (Matthew 28: 19-20) and God’s Great Commandment (Matthew 22: 36-40). We are active in ministries to needy people in our community and mission outreach in far-off lands. Our calling is to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with those who have never believed or heard it before and to help all believers find their place to best serve in the Body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12: 7). Our services are informal and personal. Music and drama are integral to our worship experiences. You are always welcome at Cumberland….We’re small enough to know you, large enough to serve you.
Large Enough to Serve You
Our beliefs are summarized in a document called "Confession of Faith for Cumberland Presbyterians." These beliefs are based on our interpretation of Scripture. Our Confession of Faith says: "God's words and actions in creation, providence, judgment, and redemption are witnessed to by the covenant community in the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. God inspired persons of the covenant community to write the scriptures. In and through the scriptures God speaks about creation, sin, judgment, salvation, the church and the growth of believers. The scriptures are the infallible rule of faith and practice, the authoritative guide for Christian living." (COF 1.04 and 1.05)
Read about the governmental structure of Marshall CPC under the Leadership tab above
Small Enough to Know You
Marshall Cumberland Presbyterian Church