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 65 congregations.
The Rev. Suzanne Brown Zampella, Pastor
Vacation Bible School 2017
Connellsville Presbyterian's 2017 Vacation Bible School, Living Proof!, will be held on June 26th thru 30th, for kids from 3 years old to 6th grade.
Each evening at 5:30pm, all children will be provided a light dinner.
Then from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, the kids will learn about God and the Bible, while sharing music, stories, games, and crafts.
Online registration is open. We ask that all parents register their children online, so that we have an idea of how many children will be attending, and parents can avoid having to wait in line on Monday to register. Online registration will close on June 23rd.
For more information, please call the church office at 724-628-4401 on Tues, Thurs, or Fri from 9am to 2pm.
FAQs about the EPC.
What is unique about the EPC?
We are unique among American Presbyterians with our self-conscious attempt to balance essential and non-essential matters within a confessional framework. We are unified in our commitment to the essentials of the historic Christian faith taught in the Bible, but allow liberty of conscience on those matters which are not so plain in—or central to—the Bible’s teaching.
What is the EPC's view of the Bible?
We believe that the Bible is fully inspired by God the Holy Spirit to lead people to a saving knowledge of God and to help them understand their world rightly. By its very nature, the Bible is infallible. It is the supreme authority that orders our doctrine and mission.