Welcome To Hebron Presbyterian Church

A Lively Country Church with Over 200 Years of Serving God and His People.
churchWe are located in Clinton, PA home of the Pittsburgh International Airport. You will find us just past Janoski’s Greenhouse and Country Restaurant on State Route 30. 
 
Are you out for a weekend retreat with nature at Raccoon Creek State Park or the Wildflower Reserve?  No one knows more about nature than the creator, God himself.  We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!
 
Hebron Presbyterian Church
1767 State Route 30
Clinton, PA 15026
724-899-2276 (office)
 
 
 
Feeling moved to help those in need after Hurricane Michael?
 
 
West Allegheny Ministerium CROP Hunger Walk
Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 1:00 PM Findlay Twp. Community Center
Join the community in the CROP Hunger Walk to raise money to end hunger one step at a time.  Click here for the CROP Walk Packet that has all the details including donation sheet as well as examples of how the funds will benefit those in need.
 
 
Angel Tree Information:
Hi, to all the churches who have been part of the Food Pantry’s Angel Tree project.  This is to let you know that since the Food Pantry is not taking charge of the Angel Tree project this year, that St. Columbkille Church is going to do it.  If your church wishes to participate this year, please contact Terri or Carmella at St. Columbkille Church with your contact information-name, email etc. and they will get back to you about the gift tags and all the details.  They have begun to sign up the children so as soon as you know what  your church wants to do, let them know hopefully by mid October.     
 
We are hopeful that when the Food Pantry gets its permanent home, we can get back to our normal schedule. 
 
Thank you to all who have helped in the past and we hope you will continue this year also. 
 
You can contact St. Columbkille by email at stcolumbkilleparish@comcast.net or call 724-695-7325.
 
Judith Bolind, Volunteer
 
 
Picnic Table Sponsors Wanted
Gaven Moore is raising money to build 10 picnic tables for the Hebron Pavilion as his Eagle Scout Project.  Each picnic table is estimated to cost approximately $100 to build.  If you would like to sponsor a table or a portion of a table, please fill out the form provided in the narthex of the church.  Tables can be dedicated “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” a person of your designation.  Any contributions are greatly appreciated!  Cash or check are accepted.  Checks can be made out to Gaven Moore with “Picnic Table” noted in the memo section.
 
 
Dear Church,
 
We are joining resources with Robinson PC to collect items for those suffering from the effects of flooding in NC. Donations can be dropped off in the narthex of Hebron PC. Don’t worry if you missed the Sept 27th drive, a second drive is coming (date will be updated when finalized).  In the meantime, please continue to bring items for those suffering and in need due to effects of the flooding.  No donation is too small and all are appreciated!  Most needed items include the following:
 
  • Non-Perishable Food Items – Snap/Peel Tops Recommended
  • Bottled Water
  • Towels – Cloth and Paper
  • Sheets
  • Cleaning Items
  • Light Blankets
  • Heavy Blankets
  • Hygiene Items – Feminine Hygiene, Incontinent Wear
  • Diapers, Wipes, Formula
  • Tarps
  • Masks
  • Hand Sanitizer
 
As the Lord leads you, please give generously. Thank you friends!
 
 
Community Men’s Bible Study
Daniel Burick will begin leading a Men’s Bible Study on Thursday, September 27 at 6:30 PM.  This study will continue monthly on the last Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM.  The study book that will be used is Men of Prayer and Meditation in the New Testament.  Please bring a Bible and any commentaries that you feel would be helpful in the study.  Everyone is welcome!
 
 
Gracious Giving:
Thank you to all who graciously helped to plan, facilitate and contribute to the wonderful church picnic and combined worship with Robinson PC. And thank you to all who are contributing to the visioning, planning, ordering, and building of the new church pavilion. There is a vision to also build a walking path, prayer stations and a possible prayer labyrinth for the community and the church to find spiritual respite, in the midst of such a busy and noisy world.
 
 
Sunday School Resuming for All Ages:
Beginning Sunday, September 16 at 9:45 AM
The Adult Sunday School class is taught by Pastor Bill Hardie. Adult Sunday School will continue a study on the Beatitudes by John Stott.
 
 
Devotional Book Class – Immortal Diamond:
Beginning Sunday, September 16 at 9:45 AM
The Devotional Book Class will begin covering a discussion of the book Immortal Diamond by Richard Rohr. This book likens True Self to a diamond, buried deep within us, formed under the intense pressure of our lives, that must be searched for, uncovered, separated from all the debris of ego that surrounds it. In a sense True Self must, like Jesus, be resurrected, and that process is not resuscitation but transformation. It shows how to navigate spiritually difficult terrain with clear vision and tools to uncover our True Selves. It also examines the fundamental issues of who we are and helps us on our path of spiritual maturity. Immortal Diamond (whose title is taken from a line in a Gerard Manley Hopkins poem) explores the deepest questions of identity, spirituality, and meaning in Richard Rohr’s inimitable style.
 
 
Clinton Community Game Night
Saturday, October 20 at 6:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall
The Clinton Community Game Night is a fantastic opportunity for family, friends, and members of the surrounding community to get together for fun, fellowship, and food (snacks).
The game night is 100% FREE and ALL ARE WELCOME!
If you would like to register to come (registration not required), you can go to Meetup.com.
You can also bring along your favorite game and a snack to share.  Make sure to take your game and any leftovers home when the evening is over.
 
 
Pictures from Vacation Bible School 2018:
 
Celebrating the Class of 2018 – Congratulations!
 
 
Building Use Requests
UPDATE: The formal process to request and receive approval to use Hebron Presbyterian Church as a facility for your next event has been changed.  Please see, the calendar page for full details.
 
 

Acolyte Opportunity

If your son or daughter is interested in serving as an acolyte, please contact Pastor Lorrie by e-mail or phone to setup a date and time for training.  An acolyte is a ministry in the life of the church that signifies the light of Christ in worship and how we carry the light of Christ out into the world.
 
 

Coffee and Friends…the Perfect Blend
When:  Every Sunday between 10:30 – 10:50 AM. 
Where:  Outside the church office and library.
What:  Coffee, snacks, and fellowship.
 
 
Hebron Presbyterian Church is a part of Christ’s Church.  It is our mission to express our faith in God and Christ through…
  • Worship and Celebration
  • Growth in Faith by Study and Teaching
  • Application of our Faith by Caring and Sharing
  • Sharing our Faith with the Community and the World
 
 

We hope you will join us in worship, fellowship, and service.

 
 
Thinking about becoming a member of Hebron Church?
Contact Pastor Lorrie either by email or phone to set a time to chat about what membership means in the PCUSA and in the Hebron Congregation.  New Member Workshops are being planned now.
Do you sense a call to serve God and the congregation at Hebron Church?
New elders and teams are forming now.  Take some time to review the list of teams and elders and ask God where you might be called to live out your faith.  All contact information for elders and teams is listed on the back of the weekly bulletin.
Would you like to include someone in the weekly prayers?
Please email or call Pastor Lorrie or place a note in the offering plate.  Normally, prayer requests will be listed in the bulletin for two weeks.