In accordance with the new guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and the State of North Carolina,

DCPC returned to in-person worship on May 23.  For a list of FAQs (frequently asked questions), click here. 

Lingle Chapel is once again open 24 hours a day.   

Our staff is once again in the building and available from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Please wear a mask in the building if you are unvaccinated, but vaccinated members and guests are welcome to attend all events, inside and outside, without masks.  

In the fall of 2020, the Session of Davidson College Presbyterian Church elected to become a Matthew 25 congregation.  The Matthew 25 movement among Presbyterians is rooted in Jesus’ call to love “the least of these” in Matthew 31-46.  The three foci of the movement are: eradicating systemic poverty, dismantling structural racism and renewing congregational vitality.  You can learn more about the Matthew 25 movement here.

Connection and Support During Pandemic

DCPC is committed to supporting one another at all times but especially during difficult times like a pandemic.

Click here for a list of ways that DCPC supports our member and community.  

For more information about care and support, contact Robert Alexander.

Worship Post-COVID

We invite you to come worship with us in-person, online or by radio (FM 89.9, WDAV)

All of our services are online at our You Tube channel and Facebook.

Formal worship is at 8:30 in the Chapel.

Informal worship is at 9:45 in the Congregation House.

Formal worship is at 11:00, outside, in front of the Sanctuary.


Growing During Pandemic

DCPC has lots of ways to grow in faith virtually.

Click here for a list of our 2021 summer offerings and how to contact leaders.  You can also reach out to John Ryan.

For information about youth ministry, which is meeting in person, contact Matt Wiggins at

For more information about children’s ministry, which has online and in-person activities, contact Jenny Alexander at

If you are new to DCPC Welcome!

Here are some basic questions answered.
Please attend a new member session.

For more info Click Here.

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How can I find a staff member's email?
Each staff person has an email address. Click here to reach the staff directory page.
What is the street address of the church?
The church’s address for package delivery is 100 N. Main St., Davidson, NC 28036. The address of the Congregation House is 218 Concord Rd., Davidson, NC 28036.
What do I do in case of an emergency, e.g. a death?
Call the church office at 704-892-5641. If the emergency occurs after hours, the pastor-on-call number is availble on the church answering machine.
Whom should I call if I want to use the church facilities, e.g. wedding or a funeral?
Contact Rhonda Boggs in the church office at 704-892-5641.
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When is preschool registration?
Preschool registration is held in February of each year for the following fall. For more information about the preschool, click here.
Where do I park?
Along the two main roads that intersect in front of the church (Main Street and Concord Road); in public lots behind the row of businesses on Main Stree; further down Concord Road in lots on the Davidson College campus (one is on your left as you travel east away from the church and the other is on Baker Drive); by the public library; on Lorimer Road. Please be aware that Davidson Police issue parking citations for vehicles that are illegally parked. Many of the parking spaces in Davidson are marked as two-hour spaces. Do not park in the CVS parking lot. They will ticket or tow.

Follow this link to a map which highlights parking areas.

Can I take communion, even if I am not a member of DCPC?
Anyone who trusts in Christ or who wants to trust in him more is welcome to participate in the sacrament of communion.  There is no age requirement. At DCPC, we have communion the first Sunday of each month. The elements (bread and grape juice) usually are brought to you by communion servers as you sit in your pew. You can eat as soon as you are served. You may put your used communion cups in the holding racks directly in front of you in your pew. On occasion, we serve Communion by intinction. If this method is used, the elements will be offered in two or three places at the front of the sanctuary. Celebrants will tear off a piece of bread (or choose a gluten-free cracker) and dip it into a cup of juice. You may eat it immediately or when you return to your seat.
Whom should I contact if I have other questions?
The church office is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Call 704-892-5641. The office staff will be happy to answer your question or direct you to someone who can. Or, send an email to one of our pastors. Staff emails can be found by clicking here. On Sunday mornings, an usher or greeter will be happy to assist you if you have a question.

Finally, to ensure you’re aware of upcoming events or programs, we encourage you to “like” us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and check back here on our website.

You say you are a "welcoming, affirming and inclusive" community of faith. What does welcoming, affirming and inclusive mean?

In 2018, our Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly passed a series of statements about the welcome, inclusion and celebration of our LGBTQ(IA)+ siblings.  You can read them here.  At DCPC we are grateful to share in this welcome, affirmation and celebration of our LGBTQ(IA)+ siblings.