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McClellandtown Presbyterian Church is a member congregation within the Presbytery of Redstone in the Presbyterian Church, (U.S.A.) in McClellandtown, PA in Fayette County.
We hope you find our web site useful whether you are a visitor or church member. Your suggestions are welcome. McClellandtown Presbyterian Church is also on Facebook and we would appreciate your visiting our Facebook page and liking it. (Link to Facebook at top right of each web page.)
Our web site is still evolving and we want it to help our community come to appreciate our ministry and learn more about living out our lives as disciples of Jesus Christ. Check back often to see what we have added and what new activities and events are planned.
Some other information available on our web site and links to those pages are:
2018 Vacation Bible School has been scheduled for Sunday, June 10, 2018 until Thursday, June 14, 2018 beginning Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m. Daily schedule is 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with Closing Program on Thursday evening at 8:00 p.m. Visit page VBS 2018 for more information and Registration Form
175th Anniversary Celebration. McClellandtown Presbyterian Church was officially organized in 1839 and during 2014 we had several events celebrating this our 175th Anniversary. We have created a page (under Events) with photos, videos and other material from these celebration events. You will find a PDF file of our church's history on this page, check out the 175th Anniversary Page.
We have started to include some of Rev. McDermott's sermon as audio files you can listen to on our Worship page at the bottom of the page.
Rev. McDermott will post regularly on his blog "The Ordinary Means of Grace" comments about his past and future sermons, readings, thoughts, and other information important to our spiritual formation.
We have information about our Monthly Food Bank on the First Wednesday.
Some background about Rev. McDermott who began his ministry here on March 1, 2013.
Plus, you can find photos of activities around McClellandtown Presbyterian Church during the past year.