- Music Ministry
Our music program, under the direction of Muriel Homer, leads worship through music and also reaches out to the community. It consists mainly of the Chancel Choir and the Bell Choir, but also includes special music. Our worship style is reflected in our music, which is eclectic traditional, ranging from Bach organ works to occasional praise band music.
Through such varied music, we want worshipers to experience the roots of the church’s glorious music traditions, through many genres including classical, baroque, Taizé, folk, world and ethnic, spirituals and jazz, into today’s creative and worshipful contemporary styles. We want to enable people to encounter the living Christ and the transforming power of the Holy Spirit through the richness of hymns, psalms and spiritual songs.
read more about our Chancel and Bell Choirs
- Congregational Care Ministries
Each member of the CCM will receive a handful of Congregation Care Friends. Their mission is to contact each "friend" on a quarterly basis, to determine that everything is ok in each friends world. To lend a hand if needed or contact the right people if any help is needed. The meaning of this ministry is to assure each member of the chuch has a "gaurdian" or "friend" to lean on in good and bad times.read more
All women members of Avon Lake Presbyterian Church are members of Presbyterian Women.
There are diverse and frequent opportunties for service, study and fellowship open to all who are interested. Circles generally meet monthly. Some are daytime gatherings while some Circles meet in the evening. Gatherings are generally in homes of members.
Christian Education Ministry
The Christian Education Ministry understands that it is the parents who have the primary role in teaching their children the story of their faith. However, the church family has the responsibility to support them in this considerable task. Sunday school classes are offered for both children and adults.
Youth and Young Adult Ministry
The ALPC Youth Groups consist of three age groups: Young Children's Youth Group (4th and 5th grade), Junior and Senior High (6th -12th grade) and the Young Adult Ministry for ages 18 through 25.
Youth and young adult groups meet throughout the year, usually twice a month, and often get together for events, retreats and mission work.