Ministries within Venice Church

Venice Presbyterian Church is committed to making an impact for Christ by reaching out to our congregation, our community, and our world through prayerful witnessing, fellowship, and benevolence.


At Venice Presbyterian Church, we approach discipleship primarily through Christian education and mentorship. We offer various opportunities for Bible study, classes for both adults and youth, and training. Contact the Church Office for our current listing of Sunday School classes and Bible studies.

Men's Ministries

The Venetian Army is a men’s group that focuses on fellowship, food and fixing things. 

Women's Ministries

Dorcas Circle

This group meets the third Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm. Their main focus is to pray for missions and raise funds to help support missions, while striving to nurture their faith through prayer and Bible study, building an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the church and witness to the promise of God’s kingdom.  All women are welcome to attend meetings!

Women's Bible Study

Women’s Bible studies are available periodically at Venice Church. For a list of current Bible Studies, check the Bible Studies Calendar Category.

Youth Ministries

Venice offers programming for children and teens through a variety of programs

Other Ministries & Groups

Cecil Homeschool Co-op

This private co-op of parents and children meets every Wednesday from 9:45 am to 3:00 pm, September through April. Homeschooling families come together to provide Christ-centered and Biblically based education, fellowship and encouragement for one another. Opportunities are provided for children to grow in faith and discipleship of Jesus Christ. If you are interested in learning more about homeschool co-ops in the Cecil area, please contact the office at 724-745-8362 or visit

Narcotics Anonymous

Men and women come together every Sunday evening at 7:00 pm to offer each other encouragement and support in achieving a healthy lifestyle. To learn more about this program, visit