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Through Jesus Christ, God has given each of us gifts and talents that, when used, seem almost mystical in their power and beauty to transform the world around us.  At Hanover Presbyterian Church, we each seek to understand who God has made us to be, so that we can use our unique gifts, skills, and passions to glorify him by serving others.  Every person is necessary as part of Christ's body.  Every person is a gift.  It takes the whole church to be Jesus' hands and feet in the world.  We hope you find a ministry that calls to you and your special gifts and talents.  


Following the Matthew 25 call to clothe those that don't have all they need, the clothing closet is open to the community the first Thursday of the month from 10 am to 2 pm.



Throughout his ministry, Jesus traveled about from place to place the good news.  For Jesus, the proclamation of the gospel always had two vital aspects: word and deed.  The gospel isn't only about our individual spiritual experience, but also about building God's kingdom of peace, harmony, wholeness, and prosperity for all people.

In rural Ohio, a major barrier in creating God's kingdom is food insecurity. There are far too many of our neighbors going to bed hungry.  To combat this growing problem, Hanover Presbyterian Church is continuing to increase our involvement with local food pantries.

On the first Sunday of every month we encourage the congregation to bring nonperishable items to worship to be donated to the middle school Panther Pantry.  

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