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About Our Church

Our History

Elmira Chapel was organized in 1891. It was named for Elmira Castleberry, the mother of two of the first elders, R. W. Castleberry and J. R. Castleberry. The first building was constructed in 1897 and included a school for the children in the community of Spring Hill. In 1998, the church was approved for a Texas Historical marker. Read more here.

Today, we continue to be a place for education and spiritual formation. Elmira Chapel is proud of our heritage and optimistic about our future. 

What We Believe

We meet each other where we are and all are welcome at Elmira Chapel CPC. 

We are a member of Trinity Presbytery of Mission Synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian denomination.

Online Confession of Faith

Printed copies are available free of charge at the church.

Questions? Please use the contact form, give us a call, or come visit a service or event. We would love to hear from you.

Our Vision

It is an exciting time to be at Elmira Chapel. Our vision is under construction!

We are having lots of conversations about and praying for God's guidance about what kind of church we are and what kind of church we will be. We believe that, just as each person is unique and special, each congregation is unique and special. We are working together to determine just what we are called to do together.


Check back regularly to see where we are headed - or join us and be part of what God is doing at Elmira Chapel!

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