First Presbyterian Church

Currently Closed
  • Address: 145 Main St, 19460, Phoenixville, United States
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Community And Government, Religious, Churches

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  • First Presbyterian Church Address: 145 Main St, 19460, Phoenixville, United States
  • First Presbyterian Church Timing: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • First Presbyterian Church Price: Free
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  • I had a great time at the Octoberfest Breakfast on Sunday, October 15th! It was obvious that great care went into preparations for the event. Everything from the food, to the decorations, to the entertainment was simply fun and family friendly. I'm looking forward to the next get together! (Pictures are compliments of J. Baker)

  • I grew up in this church - literally. From the time I was born til I was a junior in high school, I attended First Presbyterian. My parents became members of this church shortly after they were married and moved to Phoenixville. My brothers and I were baptized here and eventually went through the catechism classes to become members. I even recall some of the pastors of my younger days as well. Of course I remember Rex Pedlow, possibly the longest serving pastor, or at least in my lifetime. I remember 2-3 others by face but can't recall their names at the moment.

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