• An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

  • An inclusive community of faith, committed to excellence in worship, music and the arts, education and outreach.

A Warm Welcome

Cynthia A. Jarvis Minister

Join The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, an inclusive community on the Hill, for mission, music, and fellowship. If you are reading this as someone willing to come as close to organized religion as reading the first page of a church’s website, please read on.  The church that goes with this website...Read more

SECOND HOUR @ PCCH: Leaving Home Part II
Sunday, September 23, 11:30 am, Reception Room

The United Nations Refugee Agency reports that there are 68.5 million people who have been forced to leave their homes this year, more than any other since World War II. The majority remain homeless in their own countries but 25.4 million have fled to other countries as refugees.

How are people of faith responding to this crisis?

The Adult Education Committee invites you to a conversation with HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society), one of the few faith-based agencies to survive in the face of our nation’s changing attitude toward refugees. And we are also pleased to have David and Marion Brown as our guests. They will speak about First United Methodist Church's decision to be a sanctuary church and how PCCH can be of help.
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This Sunday's Schedule

  • 10:00 a.m. Worship

    "Rules for the Road”
    Cynthia A. Jarvis, preaching

  • Music

    Morning Glory, Starlit Sky, Soaring Music, Scholar’s Truth (Rose)

  • Readings

    James 3:13-4:8a
    Mark 9:30-37