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 Colonial Presbyterian Church

Roanoke, VA

Some of our Ministries:

Worship, Discipleship, Fellowship, Presbyterian Women, Outreach

Worship Ministry

Making God first in our lives

  • Sunday Mornings 11:00 a.m. (10:00am in June, July and August)
  • using different musical styles to glorify God
  • for all generations and ages

Communion/Lord's Supper

  • First Sunday of each month during morning worship



  • From birth to 2 years old Toddlers
  • From 3 years old to pre-kindergarten Sanctuary
  • In the sanctuary, rocking chairs are available for new mothers and babies


Hand Bells

  • Practice times are Wednesdays at 5:50 p.m. (September - May) 
    Celebration Team

  • Practice times are Sunday at 10 a.m.
    Specials / Instrumental
  • Practice times are Sunday at 9:45 a.m.


Other worship offerings include Celtic services, devotions, seminars, small groups, Community Worship, and Celebratory services.

Ministry of Discipleship

Learning who HE is

Christian Education has, and always will be a priority at Colonial Presbyterian. Our church views our faith as an on-going process in which you never stop learning. God wants us to meditate on Him day and night, and study His Word. It is with humility and praise that Colonial makes available multiple Adult and Youth Sunday School programs, in addition to offering special topical studies (such as the Prodigal God, in which over 100 of our family took part in small group studies).


Sunday School

  • 9:45 am -10:40 am (September - May)

  • Child Care is available during Sunday School We offer classes for the following ages:
  • 2nd to 5th grade
  • Youth: Middle and High School
  • 2 Adult classes: The Present Word and Christian Life

Youth Group

  • 5:00pm - 6:00pm Sunday evenings at Colonial Avenue Baptist Church for a meal.

  • 6:00pm - 7:00pm Bible Study

Youth Group is a time of fellowship and fun.

Areas of service by the youth: Manna Ministries and Rescue Mission (both monthly)

Youth also attend "Passport Camp" every summer.

Our discipleship program for youth is about developing the whole person, not just one aspect of a student's life. We want to see young people who are well prepared in their Christian faith and who have developed a solid Biblical foundation. God asks that we love Him with our whole heart, soul, mind, and strength. Based on this command, we at Colonial desire to train young people not simply to learn about Christianity, but to live Christianity.


  • 8th Graders- Area of Study: Bible, Prayer, History of Church, Communion, Holy Spirit, Lord's Prayer, etc.

Vacation Bible School

  • Every Summer (Partner with Colonial Avenue Baptist Church)


  • Children and Adults - Open Sunday Mornings and during office hours with Fiction/Nonfiction Books, Commentaries, DVDs, & Videos.

Ministry of Fellowship

Interaction with our fellow believers

After Worship

We offer many after worship fellowship events throughout the year.

Colonial Club

A group of Colonial Presbyterian women, men and friends who gather for social time, eating out, or visiting a regional site of interest

Men's Breakfast Club

Every two weeks, a group of men from Colonial meet at The Roanoker restaurant at 8am on Saturday to discuss a Christian book we are reading, and catch up on each other's lives.

Presbyterian Women

Strengthening our church

Rooted in faith (depicted by the Bible) the outline of the central figure forms a cross and stands in praise to God through Christ. The right figure holds a book to guide her reading, studying, praying and meditating. The left figure reaches out to care for others as she shares, nurtures and heals. The circle represents the church worldwide where women offer their gifts and talents.

PURPOSE OF Presbyterian Women


To nurture our faith through prayer and Bible study,

To support the mission of the church worldwide,

To work for justice and peace, and

To build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (USA) and witnesses to the promise of God's kingdom.

Ministry of Outreach

To the least of these

Global Missions

Our Church helps support Missionaries in the Dominican Republic and in Africa. The Hilgeman family; Jason, Pam with their sons Tyler, Zach,

and Sammy have dedicated their mission life to building a school in the Dominican Republic to help the people become more independent and get out of the circle of poverty. The Brown family; Steve, Nancy, and their two sons have been working to bring Christianity and water to the nomadic tribes of Niger in Africa. We have been able to help sponsor several Mission Trips for all ages.

Our church travels to visit our Dominican missions every two years. On our trip to the Dominican Republic we help the Hilgeman's and their growing team teach bible school as well as English classes with the adults and children of the Batey's in their goal to establish and English speaking Christian school, as well as aiding in construction projects.

Local Missions

One trip was to Covington, VA during the Men's Presbyterian Missions Week started by our own Rev. Brent Williams. Ramps were built, porches rebuilt,along with painting, electrical wiring, chain-sawing, cleaning, and helping those in need. We have also traveled on Mission Trips to Atlanta working with the homeless and to Mississippi with the youth working with Youth Works, an organization that teaches bible school and helps the children learn discipline and respect for others.

We are helping support the Presbyterian Community Center, Roanoke Area Missions, The Rescue Mission, The Blanket Fund, One Great Hour of Sharing, Presbyterian Children's Home in Lynchburg, West End Community Center, Ronald McDonald House, SERRV, Presbytery Synod and General Assembly programs. Also, Roanoke Area Ministries, Mana Ministries in Vinton, LOA, Habitat for Humanity, Heifer International, Operation Christmas Child, and The Salvation Army.

This support may be through volunteering, donations, monetary and otherwise, serving a meal, answering a phone, to ringing bells at Christmas. But most importantly through constant prayer.

Christian Community Action

Food is collected the first Sunday of each month for the Presbyterian Community Center. Donations can be brought in at any time and put in the basket inside the closet off the narthex.