“What I love about Chadbourn Presbyterian Church is   .   .   .”

Pete Floyd:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because the people are friendly and love God.  They are compassionate, caring and loving.  I care very much for each of them.  We have a very good Pastor.  He is a true friend.”


Willie Mae Moore:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because I have felt warmly accepted and welcomed.  I enjoy the ladies Circle very much.  We have a good Sunday School class with good teachers.  We hear God’s word each Sunday.”


Jane Shaw:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because I grew up in this beautiful church and was nurtured, ministered to and grew spiritually.  I also enjoy our chimes each day, and the proximity of living near the church is such a blessing.”


Alice Miller Cooke along with husband, Hubert E. Cooke:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because it is my home.  I was born into this church and watched it grow from the little wood church with the pot belly stove to the beautiful church it is today.  We have watched people come and go.  They are all our church family, and we love all of them.  This church is so beautiful and peaceful, and you know this is God’s house.  We are so blessed to be a part of Chadbourn Presbyterian Church for so long.  We have helped celebrate the 50th anniversary and the centennial.  I have been so blessed to have my family in Chadbourn Presbyterian Church.”


Dr. Eugenia Q. Blake:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because I always feel as if I’ve ‘come home.’”


John Milton Blake, Sr.:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church and have since becoming a member in August of 1951.  I love it because of the fellowship.”


Mickie Elliot:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church (CPC) because it has become a big part of my life since moving to Chadbourn in late 2007.  I use to visit CPC with my mother-in-law (the late Dorothy Bailey and longtime member) and never really felt part of the church.  However, since moving here it has become ‘my church family.’  It is a safe place for me, and I know the people really care about each other.  I invite everyone to join us and enjoy our church like we do.” 


John and Kathy Blake:  “We love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because it exemplifies the power and the presence of God in our lives – through the people, the place and the activities of the church.”


Peyton Sasser:  “I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because everyone is friendly.  It’s not a big church, but as a small church it makes you feel like you are going to see your second family.  My brother Brock and I have been blessed to be brought up in such a loving church and to be taught how to love God and be grateful for what we have.”


Brock Sasser:  I love Chadbourn Presbyterian Church because everyone is kind, and the church is really pretty.”