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New Day Assembly of God
701 Circle Dr, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
New Day Assembly of God is located near Route 19. The Church has a family-friendly atmosphere and is open to anyone.More Sunday service is at 10:00am, and an adult study series is offered on Wendesdays at 7:00pm. The Church also has a number of other programs, including activities for children.
South Hills Community Baptist Church
2400 Old Washington Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
South Hills Community Baptist Church is conveniently located right off of Washington Road (Route 19). The church holds aMore worship service every Sunday at 10:30am, using a wide variety of music, ranging from traditional hymns to modern songs. Organizers hope the church provides a place where members can learn more about the Bible and a place where members can find support and comfort. Pre-school programs are also available.
Christian & Missionary Alliance Church
2510 Old Washington Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
The Christian & Missionary Alliance Church is very close to Route 19 along Old Washington Road. The church offersMore Sunday school at 10:45 a.m. and a Sunday service at 11 a.m. every week. The service is described as contemporary and blended with a few hymns. Child care is available during Sunday school and the worship service with qualified workers. A number of study groups and programs are also available for the congregation. Groups are targeted to all ages, from middle school children to adults.
Upper St. Clair Volunteer Fire Department
2001 Washington Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
The Upper St. Clair Volunteer Fire Department works out of two stations. The main station is located on WashingtonMore Road/Route 19. A substation is located on Morton Road. It provides service to the southern portion of Upper St. Clair. The VFD has been providing fire protection and emergency services since 1939. It responds to about 300 calls each year.
Faith Lutheran Church
80 Bartley Rd, Upper St Clair, PA 15241
Faith Lutheran Church is a family-oriented congregation located behind Norman Center near the intersection of Route 19More and North Highland Road. Established in 1949, this mid-sized congregation is made up of a variety of age groups and backgrounds. Liturgy is lead by the Reverend Ronald Weryha. In addition to Sunday service, the church has a Christian education program that offers two adult discussion groups, a Sunday school program and small group ministries. The congregation also has an adult choir, a youth choir and a handbell choir.