Who We Are

We are women and men.
We are single, married, divorced.
We are Baby Boomers and Tweens
We are dark skinned and white skinned.
We are brown haired, white haired, purple haired and blonde.
We are hopeful.
We have been through war(s).
We are conservative.
We are straight and gay.
We have college educations.
We are Gen-Xers and Millennials
We are dreamers.
We are liberal.
We have GEDs
We grew up with Facebook.
We have questions.

We are all these things.
We are some of these things.

We are the church

Most importantly
We are followers of Jesus Christ.

We gather together as a community who are seeking ways to be God’s people in the twenty-first century. We are re-visioning church – combining the old with the new and learning how to be followers of Christ in our personal, communal and public lives.
We are reformed and always reforming.

We are a mustard seed.

Come Join Us!

b3011900c1382f064420b9b72c9ebe30Holy Week

Observance of the Palms and Passion

Saturday, April 8 at 6:00 pm


The Prayer and Mediation Room and Sanctuary will be open for Prayer Tuesday, April 11 – Thursday, April 17 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday –  Taize Service of Prayer will be held in the sanctuary at 7:00 pm – service is 20 minutes

Holy Week Service (Combined Maundy Thursday and Good Friday) – Friday, April 14 at 7:30 pm


empty-tombEaster Sunday

Service of the Resurrection!

Sunday, April 16 at 11:00 am



Red-on-WhiteMake a difference in our community by Doing Lent Generously through 40acts.

Each day during Lent you will be sent 3 choices of “random acts of kindness and generosity” to benefit the community and make our world a better place.  Join people around the world as we work to make a difference.  To participate send an email to sashabawpresbyterainchurch@gmail.com

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The Need has not stopped!

Sashabaw invites you to join us in supporting the people of Flint through prayer and donations. 

To make a financial contribution we suggest you go to this link The Flint Water Fund of the The United Way of Genesee County who have  set up this fund for the purchase of filters, bottled water, emergency support services and prevention efforts. 100% of the fund is used for these projects and no Administrative Fee is assessed.


or the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance who also use 100% of your donation to provide for the people of Flint.