Christ Presbyterian Church in Georgetown, Texas – Come Join Us Sundays at 10am!

Over the past 17 months or so, my family and I have been involved in helping to start Christ Presbyterian Church in Georgetown, Texas.  We started with a small handful of families and individuals, and we have grown to about 75 people now (roughly 55-60 adults).  We are a PCA church.  If you aren’t sure what that means, feel free to visit this page for more:

We meet every Sunday at 10am at the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, which is at 100 Stadium Drive.  It’s about a block north of the intersection of Austin Avenue and Williams Drive.  There are more detailed directions and a highly accurate map here:

Our pastor, Whit Anderson, gives timely, relevant and biblical messages in a relatable, laidback style.  The music is a nice blend of traditional hymns and more modern worship songs.  We do take communion every week at the end of the service, and I have appreciated this, since it serves as a nice reminder of why we are there in the first place.  

Services last until around 11:15 or 11:20 most weeks, and the preschool and nursery age kids are taken care of until 11:35am during our refreshment time, if parents prefer to wait to get them for a few minutes while they hang out and talk.  

The kids’ programs have expanded to include most elementary schoolers, and we’re hoping to have the resources to grow this further relatively soon.

I’m in charge of our connection ministry, meaning that it’s my job to help newbies feel welcome.  Most visitors that I have spoken with have noted how friendly and likeable our group is, and how much they enjoyed the time immediately following the service, too.  I have to admit that it’s not necessarily conducive to dieting, though, since the snacks are often delicious and fattening.  🙂 

If you like, you can visit our Facebook page and learn more about us at 

Feel free to contact me anytime with questions, or you can call Whit at 512-784-5868 (cell).

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