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Welcome to Slifers

Slifers Presbyterian Church - Where God’s people love… and it shows.

A member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Slifers features a friendly congregation of faithful people from all walks of life who serve Christ together in mission.

Located on the corner of Clayton and Chicken Bristle roads in Farmersville, Ohio, Slifers features a newly refurbished sanctuary hallowed by 100 year-old stained glass windows.

You'll find Slifers people at church on Sundays at 10 a.m. but also in the community volunteering and making music together on Wednesday evenings. Join us. 

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Virtual Worship - VIDEOS

We are offering virtual worship from the Slifers Facebook page , starting at about 10:15 a.m. on Sundays. Viewers will join the service for the scripture and sermon. If you missed any of the live sessions, please review our archive below.  December 27 Virtual Worship - December 27 Posted by Slifers Presbyterian Church on Sunday, December 27, 2020 December 24 Christmas Eve Service Posted by Slifers Presbyterian Church on Thursday, December 24, 2020 December 20 Virtual Worship - December 20 Posted by Slifers Presbyterian Church on Sunday, December 20, 2020 December 13 December 6 Virtual Worship- Dec. 6 Posted by Slifers Presbyterian Church on Sunday, December 6, 2020

Worship Photos - 200th Anniversary

Our 200th anniversary worship service featuring  participation by former pastors and members in ministry, including Rev. Jason Bantz, Rev. Dr. Karel Hanhart, Rev. Kirk Miller, Rev. Ron Miller, Rev. Floyd Rhoades, Pastor Eric Wharton and current pastor Rev. Angie Schenck.

Historical Marker Unveiling Photos

We unveiled our Ohio History Connections historical marker on April 27, 2019. Thanks to the pastors and members of the Farmersville Ministerium for their support. And thanks to Ohio History Connections representative David Simmons, State Representative Todd Smith, Montgomery County Commissioner Debbie Lieberman, Farmersville Mayor and Historical Society President Daryl Weller and Jackson Township Trustee Randy DeVilbiss for your kind words and proclamations!