9:00 AM
Traditional Service
in the historic sanctuary
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10:00 - 10:15 AM
Fellowship Time
10:20 - 11:10 AM
Adult and Youth Sunday School

11:15 AM- 12:15 PM
"The Back Door Church"
a contemporary service
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Occasionally we will have only one service, for example, on Palm Sunday at 9 AM, when the choir presents its annual cantata, or the Sunday after Christmas when we traditionally have a Carol Sing.

Always check our home page and calendar for the current week's schedule.


Though we would love to see you in church, please use common sense in making your decision to come.  You may be able to get here but have difficulty going home.  When in doubt, stay home.  

As of March 2015 we are implementing a "Robo Call" system that will automatically call a number you select to give you a message about cancellations and other important Donegal Church information. It will usually be the voice of the Pastor or the Clerk of Session. If you have caller-ID on your phone it will show up as "CALLING POST" The system will call you up to 5 times until it makes a connection with you, your answering machine or your voice call box.

The decision whether or not to cancel or postpone worship is made by the Pastor, or in his absence, by the Clerk of Session.  This is usually done before 7 a.m.  The unavailability of television airtime and recent radio reception at that early hour has led us to the above suggestions.

If you are not sure then call your Deacon no earlier than 8 a.m.  If you can’t reach your Deacon then call any Deacon.  (Lydia Cleis 492-1711, Steve Douple 653-6337, Kristi Elkner 426-1594, Missy Foltz 653-0642, Dianna Wills 426-3131, Bill Latimore 361-8735, Linda Bayer 285-2511, Jeri Culbertson 367-8816, Annie Ritsch 413-5442)

The home page for this website will be updated as soon as possible after the decision is made to cancel.Our Facebook page will likely also be updated.

Another tip, if you call the church at 653-1943, and no one answers by 8:30 a.m., your instincts are probably correct.