Welcome to Old South Church
Join us each Sunday for worship at 10am. We offer Children's Church and full Nursery Care.
Whether you live in Newburyport's South End, or you're visiting from across the country, we welcome you to historic Old South.
For over 250 years Old South has been the spiritual home for many in Newburyport. While we cherish our history, we also look to the future. We are expanding our mission, working to preserve our historic worship space, and seeking to grow in Christ.
We invite you to join us for worship or for one of our many special events held throughout the year. We look forward to seeing you soon at "Old South Church."
Old South Church's Interim Pastor,
The Rev. Dr. Ron Fritts
Take a moment and learn about our history and George Whitefield!
Our Mission Statement
We are a biblically grounded Presbyterian Church seeking to be true to our rich historical heritage by providing a community of worship for all who wish to embrace a faith-centered life in the Christian tradition. We work to:
provide a welcoming and nurturing environment for families and individuals of all ages;
offer worship, service, and educational opportunities to deepen our understanding of what God is calling us to be; and
minister to the wider community.
Old South Church is thrilled to announce that they have received certification as an Earth Care Congregation. Please read our press release for more information!
We are now part of the Clipper Heritage Trail! Visit www.clipperheritagetrail.com and use your smartphone to load the mobile tour!
Pastor Ron Fritts: 978-358-8055; email@example.com
Office Phone: 978-465-9666
Address: 29 Federal Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950
Sophia Lyons, Church Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Church Office Hours
Monday - Friday: 9am – 1pm
Please call the church office at 978-465-9666 to schedule an appointment or tour, and leave a message if someone is not there. Your call will be returned as quickly as possible.
is a PCUSA church
Old South is a proud participant in these historical organizations: