Lebanon Presbyterian Church is one of southwestern Pennsylvania's oldest churches with roots dating back to 1776 when a local man named John McMillan held services at the home of Oliver Miller, a settler who immigrated to America from Northern Ireland.
The current church building was constructed in 1965 with many improvements being made in recent years. The latest upgrades include a state of the art sound system and updated electrical system, both of which were completed in 2003.
In addition to Sunday worship, the church hosts a number of community events including: Bible studies, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troop meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous, Weight Watchers, Women's Health Initiative, and the local West Mifflin chapter of AARP.
The office is open Tuesday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Free, on-site parking is available.