Amity Presbyterian Church

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Amity Presbyterian Church
Amity Presbyterian Church is listed in the Churches Presbyterian category in Dravosburg, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Amity Presbyterian Church which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Amity Presbyterian Church on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

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400 Euclid Ave
Dravosburg, PA 15034
(412) 466-0104
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Self-Development of People ministry visits with the people of Belize. ow.ly/bsjy30b3Nqi

"Because of our biblical understanding of who God is and what God intends for humanity, the PC(USA) must stand against, speak against, and work against racism. "
Communication groups aim to inspire conversation and action within local communities


Joyce Lieberman leaving OGA to lead Synod of South Atlantic. ow.ly/KwSq30b3O8h

Fast Fact #5: What are the top food/drinks you should try in St. Louis? (Hint: one of the items is "gooey" and "buttery.")
St. Louis event to engage faith (and flavor) of community


National Caucus of Korean Presbyterian Churches celebrates 46th annual meeting. ow.ly/nUqc30bgCri


ICYMI: Stated Clerk endorses new resource on immigration and sanctuary. ow.ly/dkmL30aOxE1

"Our immigrant American dream is not built on materials, honor or knowledge. No matter how we build and plan well, may we wait for the mercy of the Lord, Jesus Christ. "
The room was filled with sounds of praise and joy as the National Caucus of Korean Presbyterian Churches (NCKPC) celebrated opening worshiping service at its 46th annual meeting April 25. More than 500 people were welcomed to the “motherland” by the Rev. Byeongho Choi, caucus vice moderator and past...

"...the work of the church is on the street; it is in the workplace, at the park and on the beach."
Behind every New Worshiping Community is another community that offers prayer and financial support to these emerging centers of Christian witness.


Presbyterian church leaders visit to Syria/Lebanon includes return to Homs. ow.ly/xTs630aRvLH

“By being a part of this march with a large group of people, physically showing concern for climate jobs and justice, I think we send a message to the world that we care."
More than 100,000 people are expected to take to the streets of Washington, D.C. on April 29 for the People’s Climate March. Thousands of activists, organizations, schools and churches will call on U.S. and other world leaders to do more to protect the environment. Activists have voiced concerns tha...