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  • Session

9.29.20

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  • Staff Meeting
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9.30.20

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  • Philippians Bible Study

May, June, 2020

Worship & COVID-19

Due to the coronavirus, our building is closed for worship services and all activities until governmental and health authorities permit large gatherings of people. This includes funerals and weddings. Please join us in the comfort of your home for pre-recorded worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m.

July, 2020

Worship & COVID-19

Due to the coronavirus, our building is closed for worship services and all activities until governmental and health authorities permit large gatherings of people. This includes funerals and weddings. Please join us in the comfort of your home for pre-recorded worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m.

History

Since 1858, Pine Street has been a powerful force for good in the Harrisburg community. From feeding the hungry and homeless of Harrisburg to exalting God through worship, music, and the related arts, the ministries of the church are as strong today as ever.

The Pennsylvania State Capitol
3rd and State Streets
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

1858

Pine Street Presbyterian Church was founded in 1858 as a group of forty-two members led by James McCormick, Jr. They erected an elegant Gothic Revival church designed by Luther M. Simon at Third and Pine streets and laid the cornerstone in 1859. Worship services during the first year were held in various places around town, including the Senate chamber of the Capitol.

The Pennsylvania State Capitol
3rd and State Streets
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Ashbel Green Simonton,
founding member of the congregation

1859

Ashbel Green Simonton was a founding member of the congregation and went on to found the Presbyterian Church in Brazil, which today is even larger than the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), of which Pine Street is a member.

Ashbel Green Simonton,
founding member of the congregation

Bowling at the Boyd Building

1916

The neighboring Boyd Building, which today houses Downtown Daily Bread, Pine Street’s ministry to the homeless and hungry of Harrisburg, was built in 1916. Over the years there have been many activities, including bowling, basketball, football, baseball, a summer camp, motion pictures, checkers, an orchestra, glee club, and drum corp, and much more.

Bowling at the Boyd Building

Ralph Adams Cram,
Famed Architect

1926

Famed architect Ralph Adams Cram led a major expansion in 1926, at which time the Sanctuary took its current form and the Ernest M. Skinner organ began its life of service to the congregation.

Ralph Adams Cram,
Famed Architect

Pine Street has always been a center of mission and ministry, grounded by deep faith and worship to God.

Pine Street is a member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

We Believe

Micah 6:8

What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.

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