Welcome to the website of Calvary, a Presbyterian congregation (PCUSA) in the town of Indiana, Pennsylvania.

The congregation was organized in 1807 as the First Presbyterian Church in Indiana. Meeting first in homes and, after 1809, in the County Courthouse, the congregation erected its first building in 1827 on this site — ground donated by George Clymer, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Calvary hums with activity throughout the week as members and people from the wider community gather in our building for worship, study, prayer, fellowship, strength training for seniors, community organization meetings, and seasonal celebrations.

God is sovereign in our lives and we honor the diversity of God’s creation – Many voices united in one Spirit.

You will find a warm welcome in this community of faith. If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to make Calvary yours.

We invite you to visit the following pages for more in-depth information about Calvary: