Elmira Chapel

A congregation with a heart for service and missions.

Elmira Chapel in Longview,TX 75605-2809

Who We Are

Organized in the late 1800s, Elmira Chapel has a long history of Christian service in Longview and around the world. The congregation works with Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, Highway 80 Mission, Newgate Mission, Rusk State Hospital, and Camp Gilmont Presbyterian Camp.
In addition, members work in disaster relief in the United States, with the Lakota and Choctaw Indians, plus share in mission trips to Colombia, Haiti, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. At least twenty-five percent of income is dedicated to outreach ministries.

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What to Expect

What are services like?

Worship is traditional, but casual.


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A place where everybody knows your name.


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The congregation seeks to be welcoming of all people, recognizing we are all sinful people saved by the grace of God.

Our Services

Sunday: 10:00am and 11:00am

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3501 Elmira Drive
Longview, TX 75605-2809
(903)759-2069

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About Us

Denomination:
Presbyterian

Language:
English, Spanish

Size: Small

Music:
Traditional Hymns

Vibe:
Traditional Liturgy, Conservative, Friendly, Casual

Programs:
Preschool, Community Service, Nursery, Choir, Missions, Food Pantry

Founded:
1896





Our Services

Sunday 10:00am: Sunday School
Sunday 11:00am: Worship

Church Leader

James Cantey

Dr. Cantey is a graduate of Bethel University (BS), Columbia Presbyterian Theological Seminary (MDiv), and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary (DMin).