We've gone Online!

Join Becca and Jonathan and our musicians for worship online for the next two Sundays. 

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We're Keeping Your Seat Warm

This seat is yours no matter what you're wearing, or how well you're doing today, or how you may have failed this past week. Why? Because Jesus cares about your story, and so do we. So come, find your seat, and let's get started writing more of the story together. 

The chapel service  is a simple service that includes singing  hymns, scripture reading, a sermon from one of our pastors, prayer and the Lord's Prayer. You'll enjoy coffee and donuts as we worship our Lord together!

The 10am service is a traditional service held in the Sanctuary. You can expect a choir (brass and hand bells too on occasion), a children's message, prayers, and monthly elements like Communion. Child care is available.

The 5:05pm service is a contemporary worship service held in the Sanctuary. It is a simple gathering and includes music, prayer, a message, communion, and a blessing each week. Child care is available. 


"Relational poverty is the epidemic of my generation. By engaging with young adults, intergenerational communities are built, and a 'relationally thirsty' generation encounters the Water of Life." - Lydia Bray


Paoli Presbyterian Church is a community of people on a mission to end relational poverty. God created us to be connected, both with God and with one another, so together we seek to bring healing, understanding, and a sense of community through building authentic relationships. Called by God, compelled by the love of Jesus, and empowered by the Spirit, we will cross whatever boundaries need to be crossed (age, class, race, gender, affiliation) to end relational poverty in our area. You can be a part of that, too.  



"In the past few years, I've been a part of a men's group, consisting of 4 other men and myself. We've got less in common than most would think. But maybe that's just it; maybe my own life (and yours too!) requires different perspectives." - Tyler Griffith









 "There is much more we can do to end relational poverty. Each of us can draw on our soul’s deeper spirituality to reach out to someone, make a connection, and nurture a meaningful and faith-filled relationship." - Kayo Nolan   



ADDRESS: 225 S. Valley Rd, Paoli, PA 19301

TEL: 610-644-8250  |  OFFICE@PAOLIPRES.ORG