McKeesport
Presbyterian Church
God's Lighthouse of Hope
 

Sunday Services:


8:30 Worship
9:30 Sunday School 

(all ages)
10:30 Worship
11:30 Friendship Time

Summer hours
Worship at 8:30 and 10 AM



Youth Group:

Meets the 2nd and last Saturdays of each month @ 6:30 pm

History
McKeesport Presbyterian Church was formed in a merger of Immanuel United Presbyterian Church and Central Presbyterian Church on July 1, 2009. The worship site chosen for all activities was the former Central building on Versailles Avenue. The former Immanuel building was sold to another religious organization. Both historic congregations have had a long and productive presence in McKeesport with an interconnected history. Immanuel United Presbyterian Church can trace its history to the founding of the city. It was created as a merger of the First Presbyterian Church and the Walnut United Presbyterian Church in 1968, worshiping at the site of the First Presbyterian Church. That property was reserved for a house of worship by John McKee, the founder of McKeesport, in 1795. Central Presbyterian Church was organized in 1891 as a mission Sabbath school outreach by the First Presbyterian Church. The present building was built in three stages. The Chapel area was completed in 1893; the Sanctuary was completed in 1917; and the Educational Wing was completed in 1955. We are an outreach and mission church sponsoring many programs throughout the community and our Presbytery.


McKeesport Presbyterian Church welcomes you! We are a caring and diverse group who are united in Jesus Christ. We seek to serve our community and share the love of God in both word and deed.

Won't you join us?