Memorial Presbyterian Church

Committed to making flourishing disciples of Jesus Christ West Palm Beach, FL
Memorial Presbyterian Church

Who We Are

We are a multi-generational worshiping community in downtown West Palm Beach. We exist to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed to our city and our world.

About Us

Traditional Liturgy, Friendly, Multigenerational, Young families, Lots of kids, Downtown, Historic

Children's Ministry, Choir, Missions, Nursery, Social Justice, Adult Education, Community Service

Traditional Hymns, Contemporary, Organ, Passionate Reverent

Presbyterian (PCUSA)




Plan Your Visit



1300 S Olive Ave
West Palm Beach, FL 33401-6724



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Our Services

What are services like?
Regular Sunday services are about an hour long. You will experience a liturgical service with a mix of contemporary and traditional music styles centered around the reading and preaching of God's word, along with regular celebration of the Lord's Supper. Children worship with parents for the first part of the service and then are dismissed to children's church.

What is the community like?
We are a mix of retirees, baby boomers, young families, singles and students. Our church is known for being a caring and welcoming community of people who love Jesus.

What if I'm not a Christian?
No matter your beliefs or where you are on your faith journey you are welcome. MPC is a place where it's safe to ask the hard questions about God, faith and doubt.

Leadership View all

Randy Bare

Randy graduated from U.C. Berkeley with a degree in history and then joined the staff of Inter- Varsity as a campus minister. He was the founder and first National Director of Inter- Varsity’s Graduate Student Ministry from 1988-1996. Randy has taken graduate courses at Regent College, U.C.L.A. and the University of Minnesota. He graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary (with a Master of Divinity degree, 1990) and was ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA). He served as Co-Pastor of Bethany Presbyterian Church in Minneapolis and then was called to be Presbyterian Campus Pastor at U.C. Berkeley where he served for 12 years before coming to MPC in 2009. Randy is a film buff and has taught college courses in Theology and film and religious studies. Randy served on the Board of John Stott Ministries for ten years, and currently serves as President of the Board of the Consortium of Christian Study Centers USA. Randy and his wife, Carrie live in West Palm Beach; they have two grown sons and are thrilled to be part of the Memorial family.

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