Central Presbyterian Church

Massillon, Ohio

 5th Annual Central Presbyterian Golf Outing 2021  

Calling all Central Presbyterian Golfers 

When: Sunday August 22nd beginning at 1 PM 

Where: The Legends of Massillon for 18 holes of golf scramble

Located at 2700 Augusta Dr. SE Massillon Ohio 44646


Cost: $60.00 per person includes 18 holes of golf and To Go box dinner from Carolina BBQ.  

If interested in playing golf please submit your team members names and payment for each golfer by August 12 

to the church office.  There will be assigned Tee times for each team and you will be notified of your Tee time. 

A To Go box dinner will be available at the end of the play. 

Winners of the scramble and other awards will be announced the following day during worship service.  

Registration form at the bottom. 

Come join us for an afternoon of fellowship, fun and golf.  

Click here for Golf Registration form

Our Garden is Blooming  and it needs some Grooming  

Garden Clean up Day 

Saturday May 1  from 9:30 to 12 noon 

Weeding, raking, pruning, and laying down of new mulch in the Garden and Playground area. 

Lunch provided so Please RSVP to Nancy McEwen by text, email or message 

Lets get our garden ready for summer.

Youth Sunday School - Opportunities for children of all ages:

Gateway /Compass Sunday School Classes have resumed in-person on Sunday Morning with social distancing

and required masks to be worn. 

Meet with Nancy Aguon following children Chat in the upstairs  class room 



A gift to the Pentecost Offering helps the church encourage, develop, and support its young people,

and also address the needs of at-risk children.

40% of the Pentecost offering can be retained by individual congregations wanting to make

an impact in the lives of young people within their own community. 

Outreach Ministry decided to offer Central Presbyterian Church portion of

40% of the Pentecost Offering to the

Support "Massillon Area Resources for Kids" (MARK) project which offers groceries and

other supplies to the students and families of the Massillon City schools. 

The remaining 60% is used to support children-at-risk, youth, and young adults through ministries of the

Presbyterian Mission Agency.