• Building Our Future

    As East Liberty changes, it is a vivid reminder of the central role our church plays in our immediate neighborhood. Now is the time to prioritize safety, bring our 80-year-old building up to code, and become more energy efficient.

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  • Cathedral Concerts

    The fifth season of ELPC’s Cathedral Concerts series offers a diverse lineup of free vocal and instrumental performances!

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  • Got Questions?
    So Do We

    Let's explore them together. Read about the weekly worship opportunities we offer, as well as our Sunday morning Christian Education classes for persons of all ages.

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  • More than a Great Building

    Our members and staff seek to put our faith into practice through words, deeds, programs, prayer, worship, and outreach.

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Hope Academy of
Music and the Arts
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Because it is through the arts that we come to know ourselves, and each other, in the fullness of our humanity.

Our Programs

  • Cathedral Concerts

    Please join us throughout this season for an exciting and eclectic mix of organ, piano, brass, and vocal music.  Click here to view the 2015-2016 season!

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  • The Labyrinth At ELPC

    An Ancient Tool For Individual Walking Meditation And Prayers

    Regular Schedule:  Open Early, 7:00 Am to 1:00 Pm On Mondays, And 9:00 Am to 9:00 Pm On Wednesdays. Be Sure To Check The Calendar For Any Schedule Changes Or Updates!

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  • Open Hands Ministries

    ELPC partners with other East End churches to support Open Hands Ministries, which strengthens neighborhoods through moving people from renters to first-time homeowners. Are you willing to join us in this empowering mission? Come and see!

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  • Club One Sixteen

    Youth gather at ELPC for fellowship, study, play, and mission activities on Wednesdays from September through May from 3:30 – 7:30 pm .  Come make friends and make a difference in God’s world!

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  • Connections Dinner

    Sign up to be part of our informal fellowship groups, who meet every 4-8 weeks in one another’s homes for a simple meal and great conversation.

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Cathedral of Hope

We are often asked “Why the Cathedral?” Admittedly, a cathedral is not typical of the Presbyterian faith. That said, we do not have a typical approach to our faith. The Cathedral of Hope is meant to serve as the central hub in the community-a place for people of all beliefs and walks of life to gather and worship, celebrate, hold meetings and events, or simply find a moment’s peace. Our doors and hearts are open to you.

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