Hebron Presbyterian Church is often called "a lively country church" because of the active programs, friendly people and wonderful music program.
The church traces it's history back to the early 1800's, when the families in the area used travelling preachers. In 1810 the original congregation was founded and meetings were held in a schoolhouse or a tent. The first church building, made of stone, was erected in 1816 followed by a brick structure in 1835 and finally, the current frame building in 1869.
Since that time the church has held regular meetings and employed some outstanding ministers. In its position on the western edge of Pittsburgh presbytery Hebron finds itself to be a gathered congregation, with a congregation drawn from three counties and five school districts.
The church office is open Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Free, on-site parking is available for about 70 cars.