The Presbyterian Church (USA) is a church of great diversity unified by our beliefs and traditions. At the core of our beliefs is the sovereignty of God, the authority of Scripture, justification by grace through faith and the priesthood of all believers. We confess our beliefs through statements contained in the Book of Confessions. We believe …find out on the PC(USA) website.
the right-hand door located under the “Mechanicsburg Presbyterian
Church” lettering at the parking lot entrance to the Breezeway.
Handicapped accessible doors are on the left of this entrance. The
button to open the door is on the left. There are signs in the
Breezeway to the office and other locations. There
is a sign on the wall at the portico “Sanctuary Entrance”. This door
under the portico offers a level entrance to the Sanctuary.
Everyone is welcome to participate in the Sacrament of the
Lord’s Supper. You don’t have to be Presbyterian or a member of any
church. Children are encouraged to participate with guidance from those around them.
provide programs for children and teens to help them enjoy their MPC
experience. A Safe Church policy and screening of volunteers insure the
well being of our children and teens. For more information explore our
menu pages for Children and Teens.
Wear what is comfortable for you. There is no dress code – some people dress up, some come in casual clothes, some wear shorts or jeans.
Flash photography can be distracting so we ask that photography that requires flash wait until we can stage the moment after the service. We do not allow flash pictures during our worship services. If you have questions regarding videotaping or photography, especially for a funeral or baptism, contact the office or one of the pastors.
you have visited Mechanicsburg Presbyterian Church and feel at home
here, we encourage you to become a member. Some of our members are new
believers and some are life-long Presbyterians. Many come from other
protestant denominations and from other faiths. All are brought
together in Christ through fellowship, study, and service.
at MPC begins with attending the “Inquirers’ Classes”. The purpose of
these classes is to help people deepen their understanding of what it
means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ and how following Jesus is
expressed through membership in the Presbyterian Church.
Speak with Rev. Johnston or call the office (717-697-0351).Office hoursMonday – Thursday: 9 – 4:30 PM Fridays: closed
Mechanicsburg Presbyterian Church300 East Simpson Street | Mechanicsburg, PA 17055717-697-0351