Presbyterian Church
Planted by God to Grow and Go
How can I help?

Pray! Please pray for generous hearts and open pocketbooks so that the campaign is successful.

Help! There are numerous committees working on the many tasks that the campaign requires, sign up for a committee and lend a hand!

Eat! Join us for campaign kick-off Sunday on May 20 for a time of celebration. We will share a meal and remember the wonderful history of McKeesport Presbyterian Church from the viewpoint of it's two merged congregations--Central and Immanual.

Donate! This campaign depends on your donation. Your gift can be a one-time donation or a gift over the next three years. Donate generously!

Worship! A vibrant congregation is one that worships together. We invite you to join us for worship each Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30. Summer worship begins in June with worship times at 8:30 and 10:00.

Preserve to Serve
Christ. Church. Community

This capital campaign is to enable McKeesport Presbyterian Church to continue its mission to be “God’s Lighthouse of Hope” in a distressed world by being a vital and culturally diverse congregation which models Christ’s love in our neighborhood and around the globe.

McKeesport Presbyterian Church provides more than $125,000 per year in goods and services to house these community programs:

  • Ventures in People (VIP) - Free After School Program for children in Grades 1-5,
  • Head Start - Two Classrooms operated by the Allegheny Intermediate Unit
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Valley Voices
  • Music Club
  • A Second Chance Inc.
  • McKeesport 7th Ward Community Group
  • Christian Community Connection

Why do a capital campaign now?

Our entire building is a sanctuary, not just the chamber with the altar.

There comes a time when all buildings require costly maintenance. Our church is no exception. Leaking water and loose plaster are a distraction from a “sanctuary”. The improvements to be financed by the campaign will continue to provide those programs currently using our building and another generation of the community and our members with the same safe haven that we have enjoyed. The exterior improvements will also provide the community a strong visual example of the vitality possible through a commitment to our location.

Work to be done:

  • Replace the mortar between the stones and cleaning of exterior stones ($150,000)
  • Replace old windows in the educational wing used by Head Start ($60,000)
  • Repair plaster cracks and repaint the sanctuary ($27,000)
  • Replace exterior signs ($15,000)
  • Repairing interior water damage and repaint educational wing ($20,000)