We are West Granville.

West Granville Presbyterian Church and members of the congregation.

West Granville is an open and living congregation which believes that each person bears a reflection of the image and likeness of our Creator. Within the church family we are encouraged to share our insights, feelings and reflections freely. We treasure deeply held values and yet teach tolerance and respect. There is a true freedom from being accepted in a community of faith while being challenged to grow deeper in our walk with God.

West Granville’s Welcoming Statement

Unanimously adopted by the West Granville Session: August 23, 2004

The Apostle Paul tells us in Galatians that we are all one in Christ Jesus.

Recognizing that God’s Grace is available to everyone, we open our doors and strive for full participation for all believers regardless of their gender, age, ethnicity, sexual identity, physical or mental ability, social status, or family structure.

Guide our steps as we work toward unity.

Worship Schedule

  • 02 Oct 10:30

    World Communion Sunday
    10:30 Worship Service
    Welcoming New Members
    Baptism of Jarvis Fred Ntaba Jr.
    Music Ministry from the Church Mice and the Adult Choir

  • 09 Oct 10:30

    28th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    10:30 Worship Service
    Welcoming Guest Pastor Barb Jordan

  • 16 Oct 10:30

    29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    10:30 Worship Service
    Congregational Meeting for the election of Officers

  • 23 Oct 10:30

    30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
    10:30 Worship Service
    Baptism of Theodore Stone
    Lon Crane Memorial Flu Shot Clinic during coffee hour

Latest News / Events

  • Sunday, October 2nd

    Adult Bible Study meets at 9:15 a.m.

    With life under pressure and a changing world, the Book of Hebrews encourages Christians to continually remain faithful. All are welcome!

  • October 4th - November 16th

    Breast Cancer: A Journey of Spirit
    Tuesday evenings 6:30-8:30

    A support group open to all women, whether newly diagnosed or long term survivors.