About Us

Cook’s Church is a welcoming church where faith and fellowship is very important. New members share that the open-arms feeling they experienced was instrumental in them joining Cook’s. Most of our adult membership are active participates in supporting Cook’s, sharing their time and talents in Session, Deacons and many ministry committees, groups and Circles. Our church is mission focused – providing assistance locally, nationally and internationally. Cook’s provides meeting space for local Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, plus a Playschool for the community four days a week. We also host local Room in the Inn for our homeless twice a month from December through March, and several of our members are active in local schools as tutors. We have vibrant Men of The Church and Presbyterian Women groups who enjoy spiritual fellowship opportunities, and hold fundraising initiatives to support the local community. Other fellowship opportunities range from children’s groups to senior adults.Cook’s also supports local non-profit organizations, as well as national and international initiatives through mission trips.

Join us for Sunday School each Sunday at 9:00am
You are welcome to Sunday Worship at 10:00am

Our mission:  Love God, Love Yourself, Love Your Neighbor and Go Tell Others About Jesus

Vision Statement:  We, the members of Cook’s Memorial Presbyterian Church, are a community on a journey of faith dedicated to spiritual growth and Christ’s teachings. We are committed to be a community of God, open to all people. We pledge to be witnesses for God and to be caring Disciples of Christ.

Sunday School 9:00am-9:45am Adult classes  –  Youth class  –  Children (3rd – 5th grade)   – Children (Kindergarten – 2nd Grade)  –  Nursery (Infant – 4 yrs)

Sunday morning Worship Service – 10am-11:00am Babies and children are always welcome to stay with their parents. For those interested, a nursery (for infants – 3 years old) is provided from 9:00 am – 11:00 am. Children participate at the beginning of our service to involve them in worship, with a separate children’s service following the children’s message for those who enjoy hands-on learning. During the program, children sing, review the children’s message, read from scripture and learn more about faith. This allows parents to focus during the worship service on their faith journey. Children return to the sanctuary prior to the end of the worship service to join their parents.

Youth Group Fellowship: Sunday afternoons as scheduled Kids Club: Wednesday afternoons as scheduled

Music Ministry: Adult Choir Rehersal is held each Wednesday at 6:30pm Youth and Children’s music ministry is developed intheir fellowship meetings.

Our Faith: Visit the following links to receive more information about our faith: Presbytery of Charlotte (http://www.presbyofcharlotte.org) Mid-Atlantic Presbytery (http://www.synatlantic.org) Presbyterian Church USA (http://www.pcusa.org) Our Daily Bread (https://odb.org) Presbyterian Foundation (https://www.presbyterianfoundation.org) Home Grown Faith Activities (http://www.formingfaith.com) Presbyterians Today (https://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/today/)