Hebron Presbyterian Church is known as a lively country church. It is located near the Pittsburgh International Airport, is close to the Wildflower Reserve and Raccoon Creek State Park and is just past Janoski’s Country Restaurant on Route 30 in Clinton, PA.
Hebron Presbyterian Church – a Lively Country Church – 200 Years of Serving God and His People.
The mission of Hebron Presbyterian Church is to:
Express our faith in God and His Son Jesus through worship and celebration
Grow in faith by studying and teaching
Apply our faith by caring and sharing
Share our faith with the community and the world
We hope you will join us in worship, fellowship, and service.
Setting an Example for Nurturing a Habit of Life Long Prayer
Hebron cherishes its children and what better gift to give than to teach and encourage them to develop a life long habit of talking with God. To do this, each season of Lent adults form prayer partnerships or “prayer buddies” with each child in the congregation. Every child completes a questionnaire telling their prayer buddy a little about themselves and especially what their concerns are. The child does not know who their prayer buddy is and this “secret” becomes a big part of the excitement. Each week the adult and child prayer buddies write brief notes to each other telling what they have prayed for during the past week and perhaps a few other interesting details about their lives. Of course, the children all want their buddies to give clues so they can guess the identity of their prayer buddy. The excitement reaches its height on the last Sunday when following the worship service a Prayer Buddy Reception is held and the prayer buddies are revealed. (see the “Prayer Buddies At Hebron” Photo Gallery at the right for photos of many of this year’s prayer buddies)
Hebron Fulfills Its Promise
Promise Camp, a local camp that ministers to at-risk children and youth from urban areas, was in need of some spring cleaning help. Hebron’s mission committee identified Promise Camp as a new mission initiative and made a “promise” to lend a helping hand. The “Hebron Mulching Team” came to the rescue and spent a Saturday morning clearing weeds and mulching around the camp’s beautiful activity center. Take a look at the photos of the project in the photo gallery to the right. It’s labeled “Hebron Helps At Promise Camp”.
Sermon Text from Sunday, May 5th, 2013 Home of the Saints 5.5.13