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Mission and History
Our Cemetery

Silver Spring Presbyterian Church's richest history can be found in its cemetery. The "Burying Ground" dates to the early 1700's and the earliest surviving cemetery map was completed in 1892. The cemetery contains the resting places of Central Pennsylvanians throughout much of America's history, including many wars.

We have compiled comprehensive information about our cemetery, free for download, on our resource page.

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OUR MISSION STATEMENT AND BELIEFS

MISSION STATEMENT

"Silver Spring Presbyterian Church–the people of God's Meeting House on a journey to meet and to know Christ, one another, and our better selves through worship, fellowship, and discipleship."
 

OUR BELIEFS

As a Presbyterian congregation our beliefs are informed by the Presbyterian and Reformed tradition. You can find out more about what Presbyterians believe by visiting the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).  website.

We at Silver Spring welcome all people to join us in the journey, discerning what it means to be faithful to the living God as revealed in Jesus Christ, always remembering that, through the prophet Isaiah, God has said,"My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are you ways my ways... For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts." (Isaiah 55.8)

 

Last Published: June 27, 2017 11:41 AM
Our Cemetery

Silver Spring Presbyterian Church's richest history can be found in its cemetery. The "Burying Ground" dates to the early 1700's and the earliest surviving cemetery map was completed in 1892. The cemetery contains the resting places of Central Pennsylvanians throughout much of America's history, including many wars.

We have compiled comprehensive information about our cemetery, free for download, on our resource page.

cemetery cropped
 

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