ESPC Ministries

  • Small Groups

    Eastern Shore Presbyterian Church’s small group ministry is aimed at fostering deep relationships that serve to encourage you toward maturity as a follower of Christ, better equipped to love God, love others and reach out to our community. Although we seek to be careful not to create yet-one-more-thing to do during an already busy week, small groups are a vital means of cultivating genuine relationships in the body of Christ that help us “flesh out” life as followers of Jesus Christ.  Read more...

  • The Youth Ministry of ESPC is dedicated to establishing and equipping the youth in the essentials of the faith within the context of the whole Church family to promote life long mature disciples of Christ.  


  • Bayshore Christian School

    Bayshore Christian School is College Preparatory Classical Christian School, providing a biblical worldview education, inspiring and impacting its community. In keeping with a Classical and Christian approach to education, we aspire to teach our students how to learn, so that they will be equipped to intelligently and articulately engage their world from a Christian worldview. We strive to nourish their minds and souls on truth, beauty, and goodness; building on the foundation of the Word of God and the classical liberal arts. 


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  • Growing kids in Christ, equipping them to serve.


    In Children’s Ministry we seek to partner with families in shepherding children in a maturing faith, equipping them for works of ministry to walk in the truth by faith.

    Nursery is provided during the 8:30 & 11:00 worship services and also during the Sunday school hour for ages birth-3 years.


    We also provide an optional Children's Church during the sermon of the 8:30 & 11:00 worship services for children ages PreK to 5K.

    Sunday School for ages 3  year-6th grade is available each week, as well as special events throughout the year.  See what's going on in children's ministry.

  • Women's Ministry

                 Our mission is to glorify God and exalt Him together

              through encouraging and equipping women of all ages in

                   Loving God, Loving Others, and Reaching Out.           


    We welcome and encourage all ladies to participate.  Find out more...

  • Sojourners (senior adults)

    Sojourners, our senior adult ministry meets on the third Thursday of the month for food, fellowship and Bible study. We also have additional outings during the year. Join us for our next meeting or contact Newt Blackerby for more information.

  • Missions

    From monthly supporting our missionaries around the world to taking taking teams to serve them in person, sharing the Gospel around the world is central to who we are as a church.


    Contact us to find out more about the next mission adventure. Recent trips include Ecuador, Guadalajara, Mexico, London, England to visit our missionaries there.

  • English as a Second Language (ESL)

    The ESL team is made up of trained tutors who have a passion to help the ever growing population of immigrants who have come to the Eastern Shore, live here and are working to adapt to their new home and culture. The goal is simple: to provide friendship, English fluency and share the love of God.


    We use classroom settings with tutor teams to help our people to grasp English. These settings provide a wonderful place for people to make new friends and to connect with other people from their ethnic group. 


    Programs are offered at ESPC on Wednesday nights from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. with nursery provided. If you’re interested in learning more about our English as a Second Language program please contact us.

  • Trail Life

    Trail Life is an intentionally Christian scouting organization for boys in grades K-8. All are welcome! More information is available at www.traillifeusa.com or from Troop master Steve Gifford. Walk Worthy!

  • Cooking for the Community

    We desire to be the kind of church that puts our faith into action showing the love of Jesus.

    Cooking for the Community desires to bring together people who desire to serve others in our community, and together share the love of Christ, building relationships and providing assistance to those in need.  


    Check out the dedicated website at www.cookingforthecommunity.org