Regular Sunday Schedule:


 Sunday School 9:30 AM

Worship 11:00 AM


North Warren Presbyterian Church

200 S State St

North Warren, PA 16365




814 723-5060


Church Office Hours

M, W, & F

8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

North Warren Presbyterian Church

Serving God in North Warren!

We have been in the heart of North Warren for over 100 years!

This is our home and our community!


Hanging of the Greens

The Flower Committee would like to invite everyone to help decorate the Sanctuary for the upcoming Christmas Season. We will be meeting at the church at 10:00 AM on Saturday, December 3rd. We can use tall strong folks who don’t mind ladders to help construct the pre-lit Christmas tree. Putting it together requires a little heavy lifting. We also have our wreaths and garlands to hang, decorations for the tree and our outdoor Nativity in the front yard.


 We welcome all to come and join us as we seek to follow Jesus Christ!


 Our Sunday worship services start at 11:00 am from Labor Day to Memorial Day with Sunday School for all ages  at 9:30 am.  In the summer we worship at 10:00 am but do not have Sunday School. 


 Our Pastor is Rev. Buddy Ward who has been with us since 1997.


 We are also stewards of the Dave Clark Picnic Pavilion and adjacent park which is available for community use.    Many groups also use the church and Community House.


Enchanted Fairy Tale Troupe

Recently, the Enchanted Fairytale Troupe put on their villanous costumes and held a Halloween party for the little ones in our basement. The troupe is a part of the Allegheny Center for the Arts and does parties for children, visits kids in hospitals, and does other charitable events using thier fairy tale centered costumes to entertain and teach little children. Headed up by a dedicated group of adult advisers, the group is now controlled mostly by the teens who put this party together totally on their own, these enthusiastic teens come from a variety of backgrounds, but all are motivated by the desire to serve.

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