7:00 – 8:15 PM in the Parlor Starting Wednesday, September 21 Join us on Wednesday evenings as we delve into the rich tapestry of Genesis, […]
Thanks for visiting our web site. We are grateful for the opportunity to share with you some of what God is doing in and through Glenshaw Presbyterian Church.
As a Presbyterian Church within the Reformed Tradition of the Christian faith, we believe our highest purpose in life is “to love God and enjoy God forever”—starting here and now—in all that we do and with all that we are and have. A vibrant and creative congregation, GPC is always busy in many ways, all of which are for the glory of God.
The most important thing happening at GPC, we believe, is that the Spirit of God is at work in each of us, equipping all of us to live out our life-long vocation, which the Lord Jesus Christ summarized:
“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength. You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Mark 12:30-31
In that spirit, we welcome you, and invite you to become part of what God is doing in and through this community of faith we affectionately call GPC.
The Peace of Christ be with you.
Trent A. Hancock
The Neighborhood Table, part of the Roots of Faith Ministry in Sharpsburg, is a free community dinner that is held on the first and third […]
By Chuck Parker Dulcie, my daughter, was between jobs and getting quite bored. Deb Vita, my fellow choir member, knew that Dulcie had been to […]
This summer, from July 9 through July 16, members of our GPC youth group traveled to Baltimore, MD for their summer mission experience. These faithful […]
The GPC Book Club is an informal group that meet monthly to discuss a book we have read and enjoy a dessert. We welcome all […]
The Adult Fellowship Committee is holding a Bunco Night on Friday, November 4 at 6:30 PM in the church parlor. All members and friends of GPC are […]
Dear Friends, On Rally Day, we dedicated the first in a series of new paraments for our sanctuary. Our current paraments, which have served us […]