Traditional Service: Sundays @ 8:30am
Sunday School Classes meet at 9:45am (Not in summer)
Contemporary Service: Sundays @11am
WHERE WE MEET
White Clay Creek Presbyterian Church
15 Polly drummond Hill Rd.
Newark, DE 19711
When You Visit
Welcome! We are really glad you have checked us out! We know that coming to a new church can sometimes be uncomfortable, so here’s what to expect. We have two buildings – already sounds confusing, right? The first building you come to is our Nurture building which houses the nurseries for babies up through Kindergarten. Or you are most welcome to have your children accompany you to worship in the sanctuary building. We love kids!
About the sanctuary….. it’s in the other building and it’s upstairs. There is an elevator for your use. Greeters will meet you to help you with questions and directions. Once you are upstairs, an usher will give you a bulletin and help you find a seat. After the worship service, please visit the Welcome Table at the bottom of the stairs to pick up a Welcome packet. Only a few steps away is our Coffee Room where you can have sweets and drinks and meet some of us.
We want you to worship at your comfort level. Sit or stand, sing or not; we gather to praise and listen to God’s Word, to pray and love God, each other and all who come to worship, accepting and welcoming them just as they are. We want all who come to know and follow Jesus.
The “Need to Knows”
Welcome to White Clay Creek! We are so glad you’ve found us, and we hope to meet you soon. Below are some “Need to Knows” that should answer some immediate questions you might have. Feel free to browse around the rest of the website to
One of the distinct things about our church is that we’re an all-generations community of faith. There’s a place for you here, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
to learn more about us. Our church is located at 15 Polly drummond Hill Rd, Newark, DE 19711
Junior high students grades 6-7 have a special program for them designed to explore the core values of what it means to know, love and serve Jesus Christ. Students in 8th grade participate in a special process to help them explore what it means to be a disciple of Christ as a Covenant Partner (member) in the life of the church. On Sunday mornings High school and college students are encouraged to explore their gifts and calling as they are given the opportunity to come alongside others by using their gifts in service or they can participate in one of our adult classes. For more information on all of our programming for certain ages, please click the links below.
DNOW Life Groups
- Come to a worship service on the weekend.
- Look into joining a DNOW Group, and get to know some great people.
- Contact one of the leaders of our various ministries.
intro to White Clay