We seek to glorify God through Jesus Christ by reverent and joyous worship and faithful service. Inspired by the Holy Word and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we lift up Jesus Christ in our worship; trying to follow His example of love and forgiveness of one another and providing opportunities for spiritual growth in faith. Using the special talents and gifts of our congregation’s members and leaders, we present worship opportunities in a loving and caring atmosphere, providing for the study and instruction of God’s word, ministering to the spiritual and physical needs of the congregationand community, and promoting cross-generational family involvement in the church.

ACHPC is hosting a Community Health Fair Saturday, March 22nd 9a.m.-12p.m..   We will have many vendors present including blood pressure and blood sugar checks, PediaVision (checking eyesight, particularly in children), and Centra's Mended Hearts program.   Dr Floyd, Chiropractic Physician, will be on hand to do foot exams and provide information on feet, back, and neck issues.  We will also have Bonnie Swanson of Evergreen Lavender Farm sharing information on aromatherapy and Pat Evans discussing the benefits of homeopathic remedies.   Ken Swanson, Nurse Practitioner, will also be present to answer any questions you might have about current medications you are taking. We do hope you will join us, all are welcome!

In partnership with the Appomattox Ministerial Association, we will host a Community Holy Week Service on Wednesday, April 16th at noon on our campus.   There will be a brief worship service followed by a simply luncheon.  We give thanks for our partner church in this ministry, Elon Baptist Church.  An offering will be collected to benefit the Benevolence Fund of Appomattox County Ministerial Association.

On Easter morning ACHPC will host an Ecumenical Sunrise Service at the Appomattox Historical National Park in partnership with Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church and Grace Hills Baptist Church.  The service will take place at Clover Hill Tavern and begins at 7a.m. Communion will be served.  An offering will be collected to benefit the Benevolence Fund of Appomattox County Ministerial Association.

Our congregation welcomes you to a pot-luck brunch at 9:30am on Easter morning followed by worship at 11a.m.  Don't forget to bring flowers for the blooming cross!

Camp Peaks Day Camp is coming to Appomattox Court House Presbyterian Church June 23-27. We are offering this exciting program in partnership with the Presbytery of the Peaks Camps Workgroup. Day Camp will run from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm Monday through Friday. Campers do not need to be members of the congregation -Day Camp is open to everyone!!!!! All children entering grades 1-5 can enjoy this taste of camp to be held right here at our church. Bible stories, worship, games, arts and crafts, singing, fellowship, making new friends, nature study, a cookout, field trips and much more will all be included in the Day Camp program! A director and counselors will come from the Presbytery of the Peaks Camps Workgroup to run the program. The cost for the week is $80. This covers all weekly costs; campers bring their own lunches. There are also scholarships available through both the Presbytery of the Peaks and Appomattox Court House Presbyterian Church. Brochures for registration are available now from Appomattox Court House Presbyterian Church. Please contact us today, by phone(434) 352-5119  or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for brochures and more information! We are located at 159 Oakleigh Avenue. 

Information & Registration: 2014_Appromattox_daycamp_flyer.pdf


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Rev. Loren Tate Mitchell

 Rev. Loren Tate Mitchell is a native of Virginia, growing up in Bedford County. Loren graduated from Hollins University in 2006 with a degree in English and Creative Writing. From there, she jumped right into seminary, graduating in May of 2010 from Union Presbyterian Seminary of Richmond with a dual degree in Divinity and Christian Education. ACHPC is Loren’s first call and God certainly knew what God was doing, it is a great fit! Loren is thrilled to be a part of the Presbytery of the Peaks serving on several committees and working with the POP Youth Council. Working in the Appomattox community with the Ministerial Association has been a blessing as well. Loren and her husband Michael live in town with their cat, Atticus who keeps them entertained. You will likely spot Loren around town whether she is serving hot dogs at the Railroad Festival or getting some coffee at her favorite local shop! Loren and ACHPC are committed to serving God in this wonderful community together.

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