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To Our Church Family and Friends

In light of the Covid-19 crisis, a Session meeting was called. After much prayer and consideration, the Session decided to comply wholeheartedly with the CDC recommendations,in order to do our part in combating the spread of the virus.  We are convinced that this is what we must do in order to love our neighbors as ourselves.  It was decided to cancel all of our Bible Studies, Youth Groups, Choir and Sunday School.  


We will not be conducting worship services in the church building.  At the present time, we are developing a worship service that can be conducted at home.  There will be online resources for this service and an order of worship available to you.  These materials should be ready for you by Saturday and posted on our website, www.pioneerpca.org  and on the church Facebook page.  


We recognize this is not an ideal circumstance for worship for the church as a whole.  In the current circumstance, it is what we can do.  We will make adjustments to this service as we learn.  


Please be in prayer for one another and patient with us as we find our way through this crisis.  Please keep the leaders of the church in your prayers and the leaders of our nation, as well.  


As always, please reach out to an Elder with any questions.  


Thank you.  


In Christ,

Rev.  Dave Kenyon  

About Our Church


Our services are:

Sunday Worship - 11:00am

Sunday School (all ages) - 9:45am

Sunday evening service - 6:00pm

Please join us for worship!

We are Pioneer Presbyterian Church, part of the Presbyterian Churches of America.  Our church belongs to the Pittsburgh Presbytery.



We have Sunday School for all ages.  We have Youth Club which meets on Wednesdays for elementary age students through 6th grade.

We have Bible studies for women and men, youth group for teens and a young adult group.  

Contact Information
240 West Main St
Ligonier, PA  15658
David R Kenyon
Associate Pastor
 Dr Jack Kinneer


Our Missionaries

Conroy, Dennis and Rhonda (children: Hannah, Daniel, Elizabeth, Abigail)

Dennis has been trained as a desktop publisher with Wycliffe Bible Translators.  The Conroys have completed two term with MTW/WBT in Davao, Philippines where Dennis has typeset New Testaments, a variety of Scripture portions, and has done computer mapping of language data.

McNeill, Don and Fran (children: Anna, Nathan, Seth, Silas)

Having already served as short-term missionaries to Uganda, the McNeills are preparing to return as long-term missionaries.  Don will continue to serve on a team at the Uganda Bible Institute which equips native pastors with the skills to understand and teach the bible more effectively.  Fran will continue to work with both women and children in the areas of Bible study, evangelism and education. (www.christcommunitystudycenter.org)

Ponomarev, Alex and Irena (children: Marina, Mila)

the Ponomarev's Ministry of Outreach to Slavic Tribes involves work in both the United States and Russia.  Here in the states, the Ponomarevs evangelize and teach English to Russian-speaking immigrants in Columbia, South Carolina.  They train missionaries preparing to go to Russia in both Russian culture and language.  They also travel to Russia and Ukraine to take part in church planting, theological training, translating Christian literature and support work.

Wood, Kenton and Adriana (children:Jennifer,John, James, Jessica)

The Woods are laboring in Guadalajara, Mexico.  Their vision is to impact this city of 6,000,000 by establishing a large church that would spawn other churches throughout the region.  They are also involved in training local church leaders with the goal of someday turning over the congregation to their care.