Welcoming all who seek to know God, Glenshaw Presbyterian Church invites individuals and families to join in our journey of faith as we share the love of Jesus Christ with one another, the community, and the world.
300 Glenn Avenue | Glenshaw, PA 15116 | 412-486-8400 GPC Early Learning Center 412-487-5490
April 8, April 15, April 22, April 29, and May 6
9:30-10:15 AM in the parlor
Christians normally think of the future in terms of heaven, but the promised reality is far greater — a new heaven and a new earth. In these sessions, we will explore the full scope of what the Bible has to say about the world to come and the world that is. What hope does the Gospel hold for this present life, and in what ways does God intend for us to experience that hope as individuals and as a church? Join Pastor Hancock for this conversation about the mission of the church in light of the Good News of Easter.
Self-care is a tricky topic in our time. Within the context of our me-oriented, self-centered American culture, self-care can look like selfishness and entitlement which Jesus spoke against. What does it look like within the other-oriented Christ-centered culture of the church? Is self-care appropriate or important? If so, why? How can it be a spiritual practice? Come join this conversation with Lynn Holden and wrestle with these questions.
Lent is an annual season of spiritual discipline and preparation, beginning with Ash Wednesday. Lent anticipates the celebration of the death and resurrection of Christ. Often during this season, people decide to give up something or change a negative habit.
The Adult Spirituality Team extends a cordial invitation for you to take on a spiritual activity every Wednesday of Lent – a study led by Pastor Trent. We will explore the importance of the events of Holy Week as depicted in the Gospel of Mark.
Please RSVP by Wednesday, February 14 so we can make meal and childcare preparations. You can do so by or calling the church office.