Community Engagement Opportunities

We want to be a beacon of hope and a place of refuge for our community.  We host a variety of activities and programs throughout the year.  Our activities are open to all members of our community.  If an activity is of interest to you, feel free to join in at anytime.  


SOS Support Group

Success Over Self Esteem Support Group







This summer, Third Presbyterian

along with Second Presbyterian Church

will offer a summer support group entitled:


Self Esteem Facts: 


75% of girls with low self esteem report engage in negative activities such as cutting themselves, binge eating, and abusing substances. 


74% of women feel under pressure to please everyone.


70% of girls report they do not feel they are good enough.   


52% of women over the age of 13 are “unhappy with their bodies.” 


Men also struggle with poor self-worth, poor self-acceptance, and poor self-image.


The group will meet four times on Wednesdays

from Noon to 1:00 pm

On June 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th


The group will be led by a National Certified Counselor.

The group is free. 

All are encouraged to attend.


The Zoom Link for the Weekly Group is below:


Registration is not required, but for planning purposes please email Larry

at that you want to attend.

Life Changers Book Club

"The Hiding Place" on Thursday, August 5th, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm


  • Feeling like you need a boost? 

  • Need a fresh perspective?

  • Looking for inspiration to change your life? 

  • Ready for some excitement? 


If you answered “yes” to any of the questions, above then you will want to be part of the Third Presbyterian Church’s Life Changers Book Club. 


The club will meet approximately 3-4 times a year. 

Each selection will be readable and relevant to your life.  


The summer selection is one of the most powerful

Christian stores of the 20th Century. 

The book is "The Hiding Place", and features the life of

Corrie ten Boom, her family’s their decision to secretly protect Jews,

and then her deportation to a Nazi Concentration Camp

during World War II after she was caught. 


Her story is unbelievable, gripping, and electrifying. 

Her story will touch you and move you as

she experiences God’s miraculous intervention

in one of the most horrific places on earth again, and again!

The Book Club plans to hold both in-person and a virtual meeting to discuss the book,

"The Hiding Place" on Thursday, August 5th, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm


The in-person meeting location will be at Third Presbyterian Church  

and include some especially tasty goodies!


The Meeting Link for the Book Club is:


For more information about the book club and the summer’s book selection, please contact

Pastor Larry at