Welcome to Connellsville Presbyterian Church (EPC)
We are a multi-generational church, located in Connellsville PA, in Fayette County. Connellsville Presbyterian began as a small church in 1829, had its own building by 1849, and merged with other Connellsville Presbyterian churches in 1879 and 1963. For over 180 years, CPC has ministered to the residents of Connellsville and surrounding communities. Connellsville Presbyterian has recently become a full member congregation of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church and is a member of the Presbytery of the Alleghenies, which currently consists of 75 congregations.
The Rev. Suzanne Brown Zampella, Pastor
Communial Worship on Hiatus Due to Pandemic
As the U.S. goes through this difficult time, we pray that all our members, friends, and citizens stay safe, and conform to the request for Social Distancing as expressed by the President, and the Governor.
In the meantime, please meditate on this new video teaching from Rev. Suzanne,
and remember, God IS in Control.
Call for Prayer and Fasting
“Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28).
The whole world is in the throes of a coronavirus pandemic that is spreading death, illness, economic turmoil, unemployment, isolation, panic, and fear. In such desperate times, the people of God should humble themselves and pray to almighty God for His grace, mercy, and love to heal us, restore us, and relieve us from this crushing burden of disease.
In response to the ravages of this historic plague, the EPC, the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), and the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) have united for the first time in an historic, ecumenical event to pray for God’s mercy and healing.
The Call: For all believers in Christ in the EPC, PCA, and ACNA to set aside Good Friday, April 10, as a day of prayer and fasting to cry out for God’s help in addition to a day of worship.
The goal is for all 550,000 members of these three churches to have the opportunity to participate. Since the announcement was made on March 31, the National Association of Evangelicals, the Christian Reformed Church in North America, the Christian and Missionary Alliance, ECO: A Covenant Order of Presbyterians, and others have joined in this emphasis. Together, more than one million Christians worldwide will join their hearts in prayer on Good Friday.
Three resources are available on the Evangelica Presbyterian Church's website. Let’s all humble our hearts and unite in prayer to God on Good Friday!
God IS in Control
Praise the Lord, all nations!
Extol him, all peoples!
2 For great is his steadfast love toward us,
and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever.
Praise the Lord!
-- Psalm117 (ESV)