Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church

A Light for Chirst into the Town of New London, NH New London, NH
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church
Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church

Who We Are

PLEASE NOTE: The Google Map does not show us in the correct location. Drive 1 mile to the east of Exit 11 on I-89 (right off ramp coming from south, left off ramp coming from north) and we are on the left.

Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church and has grown to become the 2nd largest PC(USA) congregation in northern New England.

We have active children's and youth programs, adult studies for all ages, and opportunities for women's and men's fellowship.

Our mission and outreach efforts are effective and extensive.

Our worship services are traditional but relaxed in nature. Our motto for our early service is "Come in Jeans at 8:15!"

About Us

Vibe
Multigenerational, Casual, Young families, Lots of kids, Traditional Liturgy

Programs
Community Service, Children's Ministry, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Food Pantry

Music
Traditional Hymns, Contemporary

Denomination
Presbyterian (PCUSA)

Networks

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1988

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
82 King Hill Rd
New London, NH 03257-6101

Phone
603-526-4800

Website

Directions
Get directions on Google Maps

Our Services

What are services like?
Our 8:15 a.m. services is relaxed and informal. We serve communion every week. There is a great deal of impromptu interaction between those gathered and the pastor. The 10:00 a.m. service is traditional in nature but relaxed in feel. Sunday School for children through 8th grade occurs during part of this hour. The adult choir sings at this service. We also have a Hand Bell Choir and an occasional Praise Band.

What is the community like?
We are a friendly, warm, and caring congregation. We are large enough to offer a variety of program and mission opportunities, but small enough to support each other in times of need. We believe that Jesus is our Savior and the hope for the world. We look to the Bible as God's Word, and follow it as our guide for faithful living in the 21st century.

What if I'm not a Christian?
We welcome those who are seeking faith in God and wish to become a disciple of Jesus Christ. We will do our best to help nurture your faith and help in your growing understanding of the of the Bible. We will be supportive of your questions and responsive to your doubts and questions.

Leadership View all

Bob Merrill

Bob Merrill

Pastor Bob has served Kearsarge Community Presbyterian Church since 2001. Prior church service was in Georgia, Kentucky and New Jersey. He attended seminary in Princeton, NJ and Louisville, KY.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • I started coming to KCPC in 1985. We are a small fellowship with a mighty vision of mission, fellowship and faith. I knew I was "home" the day I walked into the midst of the congregation. KCPC remains my home, and the congregation - my family.
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