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  • All are welcome!
  • Historic but a congregation for today!
  • It began as a brush arbor church on the rocks of Ramah grove


*** Celebrating 240 Years ***

Welcome to Ramah Presbyterian Church, serving God in the Huntersville, NC area since 1783.  You are welcome here!

We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA).  Our aim is to share the love of Christ to our community and to the world.

Please join us for worship, Bible study, and one of our many activities.  There is something for everyone at Ramah!

Worship with us live each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. in our beautiful. historic sanctuary. 

Ramah Presbyterian Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  But we don't dwell in the past.  We seek to be a vibrant and active community of believers in today's world, always discerning where Christ is calling us to grow.  Proudly rooted in the Reformed tradition, we are "the church Reformed, always to be Reformed by the Word of God" by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Come check us out.  You'll find warm and open-hearted people ready to welcome you and walk with you on your spiritual journey.


Contact Information

Ramah Presbyterian Church USA

14401 Ramah Church Road
Huntersville, North Carolina 28078
Phone (704)875-6683


  • 240th Anniversary Event - Scan & Reminisce

    Ramah’s 240th Scan and Reminisce Event on Sunday, March 26, 2023 – RSVP at office@ramahpcusa.org or call the church office, 704-875-6683, to reserve a time between 1:00 and 5:00 PM. 

    Bring in photos to scan and videos if possible and we will record some stories you share for our 240th anniversary.  Bring a flash drive to keep your own digital copy.  Anyone in the community, including congregation members, can come and help us preserve this history.  We plan to make a digital presentation.  This is a unique opportunity!  Allan White has graciously offered for people to come to his home, but we need to space the time to give all an opportunity.  We can also scan at the church during the same time frame. 

    Please note, our old church records (1834-1986) are set to be digitized on Ancestry.com this year.  Currently they are housed at the C. Benton Kline Special Collections and Archives in John Bulow Campbell Library at Columbia Theological Seminary.


  • Daily Lenten Devotion

    Would you like to receive a daily devotion during Lent?

    Each day during the Lenten season, we will send a message via email for you to think about or act upon as you journey to Easter.

    If you would like to receive this daily devotion during Lent, please let us know by providing your name and email address on the sign-up sheet on the table in the Narthex or by contacting the church office at office@ramahpcusa.org or 704-875-6683.


  • Lenten Meal and Study

    Each Wednesday during Lent, we will meet for a light meal at 5:30PM in the Fellowship Hall, followed at 6:00PM by a study of the book "Meeting Jesus At The Table" by Cynthia M. Campbell and Christine Coy Fohr.

    We're glad to have the congregation of Meadowlake Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) join us for this study!

    Whether multiplying bread to feed a whole crowd, relaxing with his inner circle, or telling curious elites stories about even greater banquets, Jesus imparts wisdom as he shares the wine and grants forgiveness as he distributes the fish. This eight-chapter resource provides biblical insights along with thought-provoking queries regarding our own time, such as whom should we invite to Sunday dinner and who is left out and left behind in our culture today.

    Come join us!

  • Adult Sunday School / Bible Study

    Please join us as we study Jill J. Duffield's book, "Lent in Plain Sight" on Sunday mornings at 10:00AM in the Ladies' Parlor.

    The author draws readers attention to ten ordinary objects that Jesus would have encountered on his way to Jerusalem: dust, bread, the cross, coins, shoes, oil, coats, towels, thorns, and stones. In each object, readers will find meaning in the biblical account of Jesus final days. Each week, readers encounter a new object to consider through Scripture, prayer, and reflection. From Ash Wednesday to Easter, "Lent in Plain Sight" reminds Christians to open ourselves to the kingdom of God.

    God is often at work through the ordinary: ordinary people, ordinary objects, ordinary grace. Through the ordinary, God communicates epiphanies, salvation, revelation, and reconciliation. It is through the mundane that we hear Gods quiet voice.

    The church has purchased the books, but if you would like to help cover the cost, please consider a contribution of $15.


  • Children's Sunday School

    Children’s Sunday School continues every Sunday morning at 10:00 AM in the Fellowship Hall. Our curriculum is flexible, so all ages are welcome. We are using the “Growing in God’s Love” series, particularly the “Tell Me About God” section. Together we look at some basic but big questions: What is God’s name? What is God like? How close is God? Where does God live? We learn, meet some new friends, and have fun, so come and join us!


  • Ramah Reads

    Ramah Reads will not meet in March since we are attending the Lenten Bible Study on Wednesday evenings.

    We will resume Sunday at 4:00, April 16th.

    Read ahead the book The Maid by Nita Prose which is about Molly Gray, a hotel maid at a posh hotel, struggling with social skills and finding herself caught in a web of deception.

    All ages are welcome and one should plan to read the book beforehand. 

    Come join Ramah Reads!


  • Opportunities to Serve

    If you are open to serving God here at Ramah during our Year of Renewal, we  have several opportunities for you!
    If you would be interested in working on any of our regular committees, please contact a member of the Session. The committees are:
    Building & Grounds - led by Bill Bradford
    Christian Education & Worship - led by Dianne Dulovitz (Christian Education) & Sandi Marts (Worship)
    Missions - led by Robin Helms

    Congregational Life - led by Elaine Self
    Personnel - led by Kay Skipper
    Finance - All Session members
    Another opportunity is to serve as a Lay Reader during worship services. If this is of interest to you, please contact Kay Skipper.

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