Pilgrim PCA is a congregation within the Potomac Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America, and was formally organized in 1975.  The first worship service at our present location was held on July 2, 1978.

Carved Wooden Cross - IHSWe desire to have a believing fellowship whose purpose is to worship God in Spirit and truth.  It is through Jesus who lived and was crucified, then raised and ascended that sinners are justified, sanctified, and will be glorified.  This compels us to love and witness to all, while discipling in Biblical Christianity and the tradition of  the Westminster Confession of Faith.

Sunday School for all ages begins at 9:15 am and Sunday Morning Worship begins at 10:30 am. Our Weekly Worship Bulletins provide more information about our worship services and our Calendar provides more information about church activities.

Sunday Morning Worship

The worship service begins at 10:30 am At Pilgrim PCA Worship is at the very center of our life as a church involving all that we are – our attitudes, emotions, actions, and will.  In worship we recognize and adore God, as He is revealed in the person of Jesus Christ, our Redeemer.  All that we do in worship, we seek to…

What We Believe

Isaiah 40:28 “Do you not know? Have you not heard?” Everyone needs salvation because we have all sinned. Romans 3:10-12, 23 The price (or consequence) of sin is death. Romans 6:23 Jesus Christ died for our sins. He paid the price for our death. Romans 5:8 We receive salvation and eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ. Romans 10:9-10,13 Salvation through Jesus…

Denomination

Isaiah 40:28 “Do you not know? Have you not heard?” Read the denominational presentation of the Good News.   The PCA was founded on December 4, 1973, and has grown to over 1450 churches and missions throughout the USA and Canada.  There were over 306,000 communicant and non-communicant members as of December 2000. “Reformed” defines the doctrinal beliefs of the PCA, which…

Our Philosophy of Ministry

The vision of Pilgrim Presbyterian Church is to effectively articulate the biblical teaching of God’s grace through preaching, teaching, worship, service, and fellowship that both edifies and encourages this community of believers to know and understand God’s grace in Christ, as well as practice it in a way that makes the saving work of Christ and the continuing work of this body…

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