RPCNA | Presbytery of the Alleghenies | 606 Thompson Run Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15237, USA

Established: 1928

Session: Rev Harry Metzger, Rev Martin Blocki, Rev Matthew Ma (Teaching Elders), Mr Luke O’Neill, Mr Sam Spear, Mr Bill Weir (Ruling Elders)

Membership: 134 communicant members and 37 baptized members.

We are blessed to have a diverse congregation with members from Russia, Peru, Ivory Coast, and China. We also are blessed with elderly saints, middle-aged families, young families, RPTS students, college students, and singles all who are seeking after the Lord.

History
Our church came from the joining of the Central  Allegheny and the Eighth Street RP congregations and they became the Central Pittsburgh RP Church in 1928. We daughtered the Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church in Gibsonia in 2009.

Current Ministries
Our church has a large Chinese ministry with a service in Mandarin on Sunday mornings, and a Chinese New Year Celebration. Other ministries include Titus 2 small groups and book study, Saturday Night Alive (youth group) and a yearly youth trip, Iron man retreat, women’s retreat, Celebrate Recovery, and a Trail Life Troop. Family events include: ONE (An evening family VBS), Pizza and Game Night, annual summer picnic, and a Christmas party.

Pray

  • Please pray for wisdom and the Lord’s direction as we seek to elect elders.
  • Please pray that the Lord would continue to sustain our pastors and elders as they continue to shepherd the congregation and faithfully proclaim the Word.
  • Please pray for more outreach opportunities for our congregation and that God would be blessing our current outreach efforts and be giving us opportunities to share the gospel in our community.
  • Please pray that the Lord would continue to grow our members in their knowledge of Him, conform their hearts to His Word, and that they would faithfully serve His kingdom.

Juliana Mee is a member of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North Hills as well as a wife, busy mom of 3 littles, and a nurse. She enjoys spending time with other believers, reading and discussing God’s Word, and playdates with other moms and their children.

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