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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTOR

Welcome!  First Presbyterian Church at Greenville, Pennsylvania - gathered in 1825 - has been given a long life and a place of prominence in its community, located in northern Mercer County, halfway between Pittsburgh and Erie, off of Interstate 79. Home to UPMC Horizon Hospital (Greenville Campus),  Thiel College, and St. Paul's Senior Living Complex, First Presbyterian Church serves Christ and the Kingdom in the near neighborhood, and to the ends of the earth.

 Rev. David Dobi


First Presbyterian Church is a member of The Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians (ECO).  We are a member of the

River of Life Presbytery.  Our mission is to share the love of God with people everywhere and to encourage them to build a loving

personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 

Service Times 

Summer hours begin June 16 - Sept. 1

9:00 a.m. Sunday School 

10:00 a.m. Morning Wordhip

Nursery provided during the church hour. 


Regular hours resume Sept. 8

Sunday School for all ages 9:30 a.m.

Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.

Nursery provided both hours


 

First Time Visitors

There is a large parking lot in the back of our church. It is easiest to enter the church through the double glass doors.To locate our  sanctuary take the top left  stairs. Most classrooms are at the bottom right stairs. To locate our church office take the top right stairs.



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UPCOMING EVENTS

 

July 21 - No Sunday School at FirstPres

July 21 - Joint worship at Hillside Presbyterian Church

at 10:00 a.m.

Guest Preacher:

Semyon Lee has been a missionary pastor for over 25 years. Through him the Lord has opened churches in Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia. He has a valuable experience of serving in countries in which Christianity is fiercely persecuted. During the years of his ministry, his family has experienced a terrorist attack on their church, in which they ministered. They were also missionaries in Afghanistan, where they encountered many dangers and served many people through a small church in a remote area.  Today, he is the regional director of the Youth for Christ International in Central Asia, where his ministry is spread out over 8 countries (Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Mongolia, Northwest China, Afghanistan). Since last year, he has been organizing and leading the movement “Caring for the Father’s Heart” ministers, which is aimed at helping and supporting pastors, missionaries and leaders who need help and practical support in both ministry and personal life. He has a master's degree in theology. He has been married for more than 17 years, has 4 children.

 

July 28:  Trip to Cleveland North Presbyterian Church

Leaving at 7:30 am from church parking lot,and returning at 5:30 pm.