Welcome! This website is designed for church members and for those wanting to know more about us. Our church building is located in the heart of residential Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania (a northern suburb of Pittsburgh), but our congregation is drawn from across the region, and our ministry happens everywhere our people go. The Gospel. Our church’s foundation is the unmovable commitment to this Good News: that Jesus Christ died to atone for broken, imperfect people’s sins, and through faith alone we are made righteous before God. Jesus is the Savior we follow. The Word. We also believe that engaging God’s written word is the most effective way to learn, live, and grow as disciples of Jesus. The Holy Spirit actively meets us as we hear, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest the verses of the Bible. Anglican. Our church’s historical and liturgical heritage comes from the Church of England. While certainly not the only way, we believe that being an Anglican Christian is a very reliable way of being Christian. Together. We are not alone. We are a part of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) in the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh. Our sister churches include Grace Anglican Church in […]
Our Mission & Purpose OUR PURPOSE The purpose of this church shall be the advancement of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. It shall seek to attain this end by the public worship of God, the preaching of the Gospel, consistent Christian living by its members, evangelism, discipleship, and Christian education. MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Second Baptist Church is contained in the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19-20. The church shall seek to attain this end by the public worship of God, preaching of the Gospel, mature Christian living through discipleship and evangelism. With this end as our mission, the two great pillars of the SBC are contained in making mature disciples and evangelism.
BOARDMAN Pastor Mark & Charon Cuprik Service Times: Sunday: 10:30am Wednesday: 7:00pm 8590 Hitchcock Road Boardman, OH 44512 Office: 330.758.6655 www.vccboardman.com COLUMBIANA Pastor Randy & Sheri Morocco Service Times: Sunday: 10:30am Wednesday: 7:00pm 350 State Rt7 Columbiana, OH 44408 Office: 330.482.3577 www.vcccolumbiana.com LIBERTY Pastors Lock P. Jr. and Gloria Beachum Service Times: Sunday: 10:00am (Liberty High School) Wednesday: 7:00pm 114 E. Liberty St. Liberty, OH 44505 Office: 330.759.2900 www.vccliberty.com NEW CASTLE Pastor Alonzo and Jodi Waters Service Times: Sunday: 11:00am Tuesday: 7:00pm 2009 North Mercer Street New Castle, PA 16105 Office: 724.598.8190 www.vccnewcastle.com NEW WILMINGTON Pastors Rob and Mickey Cypher Service Times: Sunday: 10:00am 22 Victory Lane New Wilmington, PA 16142 Office: 724.946.8706 www.vccnewwilmington.com VIENNA Pastor Harold and Danielle Burgess Service Times: Sunday: 10:30am Wednesday: 7:00pm 5000 Warren Sharon Rd Vienna, OH 44473-9687 Office: 330.394.1473 www.vccvienna.com WARREN Pastors Mikel & Toni Lagaras Service Times: Sunday: 8:30am & 11:00am Mid-Week Life Groups (call church for info) Last Wednesday of each month: 7:00pm “Encounter Night” 4257 Tod Avenue NW Warren, OH 44485-1259 Office: 330.898.5539 www.vccwarren.com Victory Christian Center Main Office 330 536-2127 15 Bedford Rd Lowellville, Ohio 44436 www.vcconechurch.com
Sunday School/Small Groups/Youth Adult Bible Class – Sundays: 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Patti Shawger for more information. 724-573-4709. Adult Discussion Group – Sundays, 9:30 a.m. in the Meeting Room: Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti. Contact Karl Marshall for more information: 724-573-1132 Sunday School Couples Small Group – 1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month. Contact Bob Tellish 724-573-9974 or Lynn Baker 724-573-4157 for more information. Mens Bible Study – 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month, Fellowship Hall, 7:00 p.m. Contact Rich Bailey 724-462-8495. Womens Bible Study – 1st & 3rd Thursday of each month, Fellowship Hall, 6:00 p.m. Contact Ethel Smith […]
About “All glory to him who alone is God, our Savior through Jesus Christ our Lord. All glory, majesty, power, and authority are his before all time.
We have come to know that Jesus Christ is the Answer to all life’s problems and all we hope to do is draw attention to Him. It is our calling and privilege to share our Savior as often as we can to as many as possible. Psalms 84:1,2 “How lovely are Your dwelling places O Lord of hosts! My soul longed and even yearned for the courts of the Lord; My heart and my flesh sing for joy to the living God.” The saints of Restoration Church have always been faithful stewards of the wonderful facilities God has provided. A comfortable and peaceful place to worship the Lord and fellowship together.
Everyday Church is a gathering of everyday people, facing everyday life, who believe that God is big enough to meet us where we are everyday. If you aren’t a part of a church or once was, but just haven’t done the “church thing” recently, then this just may be a great place for you to connect with some everyday people just like yourself.
At Word of Life Christian Worship Center, we are committed to serving God and the needs of you and your family. Our hope is that you will feel at home and experience God’s love as soon as you enter through our doors. Our goal is to empower you through God’s word which will enable you to reach your God given purpose and destiny and allow you to experience a life of forgiveness, power, peace and abundance. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, at Word of Life you will find a loving body of believers who will uplift and encourage you along the way. We aspire to strengthen each person’s confidence and trust in Jesus Christ at every point in their life, and encourage personal and spiritual growth through prayer, bible study and active service in our church and community. If you would like to become a member of our congregation, we invite you to come visit us- we look forward to meeting you!
The passion of Greenville First Baptist Church is to become a humble and transparent expression of God’s grace, to live our lives within an intimate and accountable community and to transform our city and the nations by offering the healing of Christ to all people. The purpose of our church is to minister through worship, proclamation, Christian education and service to carry out the great commission as set forth in Matthew 28: 19-20. We believe that all scripture in the Bible is God-breathed (2 Timothy 3:16-17). We believe there is only one way to the Father, through Jesus Christ (John 14: 6). We believe in baptism by immersion (Matthew 3: 16-17).
Trauger Mennonite Church is an outreach church in Westmoreland County, PA from Weavertown Amish Mennonite Church in Lancaster County, PA. The church building was formerly known as the Forty Martyr’s Catholic Church. After being bought by the Weavertown congregation it was dedicated in April and the first families began to move out in July of 2012. Currently there are five families who have moved into the community and two more have plans to join them in the 2013. A school has also been established with two teachers and twelve students ranging in grades from 1-11.
About We are a church youth group (JR. UMYF is 5th grade to 7th and UMYF is 8th – 12th) that meets every other Sunday in Toronto. JR. UMYF start at 4pm and then UMYF starts at 6pm If you would like to join just shoot us a message and we’ll tell you how.
A Place To Come Home To! We are a Full Gospel Non-denominational Church Teaching and Preaching the Word with the Power and Demonstration of the Holy Ghost.
Mercy Baptist Church is a located on Pennsylvania Ave. It is a church dedicated to serving the community and reaching the lost of Weirton.
Our History In the fall of 2003, Pastor Bob & Tracey Mazeroski visited a tiny church by the name of Grace Community in Weirton, WV to hear a friend preach. As they walked into the building they were astonished to see only 6 to 8 members of the church. As Pastor Bob sat through the service, looking at the empty pews, the Lord began gripping his heart to ask the question, “Why can’t these pews be filled?” From that moment on, God continued to burden him for the tiny church known as Grace Community. He found out that the small church was about to close its doors for multiple reasons: bills couldn’t be paid, attendance was dwindling, and there was no pastor. Shortly after the visit and filling in the pulpit on several occasions, the Potomac District of the Assemblies of God asked Pastor Bob to pastor the struggling church. To Pastor Bob & Tracey there were many obstacles that had to be overcome; Pastor Bob wasn’t credentialed at the time, he was working for a large estate, and they were living a comfortable and happy life in McMurray, PA. After a series of God events and confirmations, they knew […]
Who We Are What We Believe Included in this Statement of Faith are brief descriptions and scriptural references for a variety of theological issues that provide the framework for our preaching, teaching and leadership at Peters Creek Baptist Church. THE NATURE OF GOD We believe in the one, living and eternal God who is the Creator of all. He is holy, perfect, and loving in nature. God is personal in that He concerns Himself with the affairs of all people. God has revealed Himself as God the Father, Jesus Christ the virgin-born Son, and the Holy Spirit, all of whom are the same essence though distinct in personality. Deuteronomy 6:4; John 1:1-13 THE INSPIRATION OF SCRIPTURE We believe that each word as well as the whole of the message of scripture was inspired by God. Therefore, we affirm that the Bible is the sole authority for Christian faith and practice. 2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21 THE EXISTENCE OF SATAN We acknowledge the existence of Satan and his demons, the enemies of God and humankind, who seek unlawful dominion through the overthrow of God’s gracious rule. Genesis 3:1 4; John 8:44 ORIGINAL SIN We believe that Adam’s original sin resulted […]
We are a family with open arms and we’d like to welcome you to Bethel. We have imperfect, messy lives, but we are pursuing and experiencing a transforming relationship with Jesus and with each other. Everyone is welcome here, whatever your story, your questions, doubts or struggles. We’re all about doing life together in community, being intentional about our growth as believers and serving one another and our broader community along the way.
An important part of the mission of the Beaver Valley Church of God is being an agent of change in the perception of the church. Many people perceive the church as being a place of legalisms. As a result of legalism, the emphasis of the church is often a list of things that Christians “don’t” do. Instead, we believe that Christ frees us to “live” life to its fullest. We believe in the Trinitarian God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We also believe that the Bible is God’s divine Word given to us for teaching, preaching, learning, and guidance for our lives. More importantly, the Bible continually demonstrates God’s faithfulness, compassion, grace, and mercy to peoples of all generations: past, present, and future. Therefore, change in one’s life comes from God the giver of life, not through the legalisms of the church. Casual dress is the norm at the Beaver Valley Church of God. One’s spiritual condition is a matter of the heart. Put another way, our focus is not on the outward appearance of those who join in a time of worship. We focus on allowing the presence and power of God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit to transform our lives. The worship gatherings offer a time of praise through […]
New Beginnings Christian Church is an assembly of born-again Christian believers wishing to serve the community through a number of ministries. Young and old, married and single, parents and children, and people from all walks of life- have one thing in common, a desire to serve God and share His blessings with everyone! Our Pastor Our Pastor, Rev. Tom Ciccarella, and his wife, Zoraima, have been in the ministry for 34 years. They both are graduates from Zion Bible College and have been working in churches since 1977. They ministered in a number of churches both in the United States and Canada. Rev. Tom Ciccarella has been a credential holder through the International Fellowship of Christian Assemblies since 1974. Pastor Tom and his wife have been in Greenville, Pennsylvania since July 2001. International Fellowship of Christian Assemblies New Beginnings Christian Church is affiliated with the pentecostal movement called International Fellowship of Christian Assemblies, formerly known as the Christian Church of North America, with its headquarters located in Transfer, PA. How we began New Beginnings Christian Church began on May 8, 2002 with 30 persons, including children, under the leadership of Rev. Tom Ciccarella, the current pastor. A new hope and […]
We at Christian Assembly are dedicated to the purpose of providing Christ’s total gospel for the total deliverance and total development of the total man. Our vision is to provide a facility where God’s children can learn experience and enjoy the fullness of the blessings of the gospel of Christ where they can grow spiritually and learn how to take their place in the Father’s family as a productive fruit-bearing branch in the vine. Our objective is to get the lost saved, the saved established, the established trained and the trained sent out. Our prayer is that we all speak the same thing and there be no division; but that we be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgement. History Christian Assembly dates back to June 1930 when it had its beginning in the Midland area. A few workers from New Brighton, Pennsylvania came to Midland and brought the testimony to the community. Antonio and Rose Coratto received the Gospel and decided to open their home for services which was located at 207 Midland Avenue. The church services were hosted in their home until 1935. From 1930 until 1933 several ministers shared in the responsibilities […]
Berean is part of a larger denomination known as the Presbyterian Church in America. This denomination was founded in 1973 but has its roots in the Protestant Reformation. This denomination came into existence because of a need for a strong scriptural, evangelical and reformed witness to Christ. It is a denomination which affirms the Scriptures as the infallible Word of God. It is a denomination committed to evangelism and Christian education. The birth of the local church, Berean, goes back to 1981 when a group of people saw a need for this type of witness in the Ellwood City area. The name Berean came from a church mentioned in the Book of Acts (17:11) which received the Word of God with eagerness and was daily diligent in the study of His Word. Salvation through faith in Christ alone is the focal point of our ministry. The church is composed of a warm, friendly group of people who love the Lord and desire to minister to one another as they serve the Him. The church is united first through Christ. We welcome all to come and worship with us and learn about our Wonderful Savior who is Jesus Christ the Lord.
We are so glad you stopped by because YOU are a major reason for what Christian Assembly does as a church. It is our desire to serve those whom God directs into our lives and that includes YOU and those YOU love! We believe in sharing with our friends, the God who is personal, compassionate, relevant and who cares about YOU. Because our family is a wide variety of ages, ethnicities and occupations, we know YOU will feel very comfortable with us. Join us in our discovery of the amazing God who wants to become personally involved in each of our lives, including YOURS! Pastor Dale Russo
We Worship God every day. On Sunday’s we do it together. It is not complicated. God has an eternal plan, it is all about His Son, Jesus Christ. You are included in the plan. Love Jesus One body, one Spirit, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one calling, one foundation. Love the Lord, and love one another. Do it with all your heart. It is not complicated, just impossible. Do you already love Jesus? Then we are family. Is Jesus your Lord? Then we are taking orders from the same Commander. Do you want to follow Him all the way? Then we are walking on the same narrow road. Do you love His Word, then we are reading the same book. Do you struggle with willful mistakes (sin) and need help (grace) and forgiveness (mercy)? Then we are made of the same stuff. Do you know that no one can live the Christian life except Christ Himself? Then you need Him as much as we do. Do you want to tell Him so with all you are worth? Do you want to say “Yes and Amen!” with us as we do the same? Come this Sunday (why wait?) Gathering 10:30 […]