Our worship is Christ-centered, joyful and traditional, and involves expository preaching, fervent prayer, and regular sacraments. Morning worship is at 9:30 AM, and evening worship is at
We have weekly fellowship immediately after the morning worship service where we invite visitors to get to know us, while enjoying hot coffee and snacks. We also schedule regular events throughout the year, such as game nights, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, anniversary events, mother-daughter banquets, and fellowship lunches after the service.
We have Bible studies in Sunday School for all ages at 11:15 AM on Sunday morning.
Momence Orthodox Presbyterian Church is the home of the Food Pantry for the town of Momence. Every other Wednesday, the Food Pantry feeds approximately 40-60 people from the town of Momence. They also receive the Gospel message in a devotional that Pastor Lane Keister delivers. Diane Rumback is the coordinator for the food pantry. Please contact her at 815-662-7917, if you have any questions about this service.
We have Bible studies in Sunday School for all ages at 11:15 AM on Sunday morning, and we have an adult Bible study every other Wednesday at 7:00 PM that is currently studying the Psalms.
Momence OPC reaches out to members who need meals, such as families who have a new baby, or who are sick.
Pastor Keister is involved with the Momence Ministerial Alliance, which seeks to help the poor and build Christian awareness in the community.
Pastor Keister is a trained counselor, and offers counseling services both to members and to people belonging to the community. Please feel free to contact him at (803) 402-7307 if you are in need of this service.
Momence OPC provides Sunday School for children of all ages. In addition, there is a children's choir that meets before the evening services. We encourage all those who are taking music lessons to participate in special music for the church services.
Momence OPC is delighted to host weddings for members of our church.
Rev. Lane Keister is an ordained minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. From 2005-2017, he served in the Presbyterian Church in America, with calls in North Dakota and South Carolina. He came to Momence OPC in March of 2017. He graduated with a B.Mus. from St. Olaf College in 2000, and an M.Div. from Westminster Theological Seminary, PA, in 2004. He is currently working on a Ph.D. from Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in the field of Old Testament studies. He is married to Sarah, and has five children: Ila, James, Edmund, Arwyn, and Pearl. He enjoys reading, racquetball, chess, music, and board games with his kids.
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