to Edgcumbe Presbyterian Church

We are an active, intimate fellowship seeking to be faithful disciples through celebration, study, prayer and service.

We are an inclusive community where all persons of differing backgrounds and life situations are welcome.

We are a committed people who serve Jesus Christ through outreach and community involvement, worship and study.


Our mission:
By encountering Christ in our church, we
share God’s Word in the community to heal
and change lives

Youth Service 14.January.2018

Our location: Edgcumbe Road 1 block west of South Snelling Avenue and immediately west of Highland High School. Click the map above to see an interactive map.

Edgcumbe Presbyterian Church
Midweek Update – May 23, 2018

In worship this Sunday, May 27, we will celebrate the power of music to articulate and deepen our faith. Besides listening to music and singing together, we will also tell stories about how music in our lives or at EPC has shaped who we are. Come, let us worship together!

Last week we submitted our grant request to the Presbytery for about $16,000 to help pay for trees and other improvements for our backwoods meditative pathways project. We hope to hear back from them in late July or August. This coming Sunday after church, Pastor Julie will meet with anyone who wants to talk about next steps, including conversations with our immediate neighbors, who are starting to notice that something is happening in the woods behind their houses. All are welcome.

An artist forum will be held at First Presbyterian Church in South St. Paul, tomorrow, Thursday, May 24, at 11:00 am. Jimmy Reagan is a local artist who was diagnosed with regressive complex autism at age 2 ½. Although Jimmy is not able to communicate through words, he has found a way to express himself by creating art - influenced by van Gogh, Picasso, Mid-Century artists and Expressionism. Some of his work is currently on display at FPC-SSP. Jimmy and his mother, Peg Schneeman Reagan, will be at FPC-SSP tomorrow to share his story and his inspiration, and for a walk-through of the exhibit. The address of the church is 535 20th Ave. North, South St. Paul. For more information about Jimmy and his art, visit his website

From the prayer of ordination that we prayed last Sunday:
In the walk of faith and for our service in the world, give to your servants gladness and strength, discipline and hope, humility, humor, and courage, and an abiding sense of your presence. We pray this in the name of Jesus and through the power of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

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